Quantum mechanics

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(3/-1) Einstein won a Nobel prize for the photoelectric effect, which he explained using light particles, known by this name.7568
(6/-2) This German theoretician's uncertainty principle states that a particle's energy and position can't be simultaneously measured precisely.8117
(9/-3) This Austrian physicist (and possible cat owner) devised a famous equation relating a particle's energy to its energy operator (Hamiltonian).8216
(12/-4) This discoverer of the quantized nature of energy names a fundamental physical constant, approximately 6.63 × 10^-34 joule-seconds.67418
(15/-5) Although this Austrian-Swiss theoretician is best known for his eponymous exclusion principle, he anecdotally could break experimental equipment merely by being nearby.35252

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