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  1. Felix Bloch

  2. Felix Bloch • Born on October 23,1905 • Born in Zurich, Switzerland • Parents: Gustav Bloch and Agnes Bloch

  3. After one year of studying engineering switched to physics • 1928-received degree of Doctor of Philosophy in • 1934-accepted job position offered at Stanford University

  4. Realized the magnetic moment of the neutrons could be obtained through observation of scattering iron • 1936- wrote paper that worked out details of phenomenon • Led experiment, carried out with L.W. Alvarez at the Berkeley cyclotron

  5. was engaged in the early stages of work on atomic energy at Stanford University • new method: combining it with essential elements of earlier work on magnetic moment of the neutron, to remeasure this important quantity • 1946-Bloch & E.Purcell independently introduced nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR).

  6. His more recent theoretical work dealt primarily with problems which have arisen in conjunction with experiments carried out in his laboratory • 1961-received an endowed Chair by appointment as Max Stein

  7. 1954-Bloch took leave of absence to serve one year as first Director General of CERN • return to Stanford University & continued his investigations on nuclear magnetism

  8. investigations begun after return to Stanford in the fall of 1945 • resulted shortly afterward in collaboration with W.W. Hansen and M.E. Packard • new method of nuclear induction, a purely electromagnetic procedure for the study of nuclear moments in solids, liquids, or gases

  9. Bloch married in 1940 Dr. Lore Misch • Dr. Lore Misch was a refugee from Germany • Died September 10, 1983 in Zurich

  10. Works Cited Page http://nobelprize.org/nobel_prizes/physics/laureates/1952/bloch-bio.html