Louis De Broglie
A FRENCH PHYSICIST
* Prince Louis-Victor-Pierre-Raymond, 7th Duc de Broglie, otherwise known as Louis De Broglie, was a French physicist that came from a well grounded family, went to pursue his dreams, earned a Nobel prize, took time to go into the army, and discovered the wave nature of matter all in his life time. Louis De Broglie was the son of Pauline D’Armille and Louis Alphonse Victor de Broglie. De Broglie was the youngest of his family, including two older sisters and two older brothers. Phillippe de Broglie, Maurice de Broglie was a distinguished physicist who made many contributions to the study of X-rays. He was a member of a Piedmontese royal family which has been significant in both the world of science and the history of France, Albertine de Broglie de Luppe who and Laure Marie Pauline de Broglie de Pange. His family was not poor, but was not rich either. After his father died when Louis was fourteen, he received a scholarship to college, and during middle school and high school was home schooled. Broglie’s father, Louis Alphonse Victor de Broglie was a French Aristocrat and his mother, Pauline D’Armille was a stay at home mom who cared, cooked, home schooled, and cleaned for her husband and children. * Louis de Broglie was born on August 15,1892,in Dieppe, France, and died in March 19,1987 at the age of 94 in Louvecinnes, France. The nationality of Louis de Broglie was French. De Broglie studied at Sorbonne, and the University of Paris for college, and he was homeschooled by his mother and offline when he was in grade school and high school. Louis de Broglie was known for the wave nature of electrons, and de Broglie wavelength. He is best known as the father of wave mechanics, a far-reaching achievement that changed modern physics remarkably, and led him to win the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1926. * De Broglie did not get married, however his brother helped to keep him in line after his father died, and was there...
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