Popular Category:Experimental physicists

This page includes the name of Experimental physicists. Experimental physicists are scientists who engage in experimental physics research or study a field contained within the category of experimental physics. Many early experimental physicists were also theoretical physicists. Experimental physicists have discovered particles such as Proton, Neutron, Electron, Muon, Pion, Kaon, etc. They have also invented several devices. The works of Experimental physicists have a major impact on sub-disciplines of Physics such as Nuclear physics, Particle physics, Solid state physics, Astrophysics, etc.

Pages in category "Experimental physicists"

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