Norman Ramsey Dies at 96; Work Led to the Atomic Clock

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Norman Ramsey Dies at 96; Work Led to the Atomic Clock

Dr. Ramsey received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1989 for his invention of a laboratory technique to measure the frequencies of electromagnetic radiation most readily absorbed by atoms and molecules.

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