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Nobel Prizes for Research That Used or Significantly Affected the Development of High Magnetic Fields

Year

Field

Recipients

Citation

2003

Medicine

P. Lauterbur, P. Mansfield

Magnetic resonance imaging

2003

Physics

A. Abrikosov, V. Ginzburg, A. Leggett

Type II superconductors, superfluidity

2002

Chemistry

K. Wuthrich

NMR spectroscopy of biological macromolecules in solution

1998

Physics

R. Laughlin, H. Stormer, D. Tsui

Fractional quantum Hall effect, theory and experiment

1996

Physics

D. Lee, D. Osheroff, R. Richardson

Superfluidity of helium-3

1991

Chemistry

R. Ernst

High-resolution Fourier transform and 2D NMR

1987

Physics

J. Bednorz, K. Muller

High-Tc superconductivity

1985

Physics

K. von Klitzing

Quantum Hall effect

1982

Physics

K. Wilson

Critical phenomena, phase transitions

1977

Physics

P. Anderson, N. Mott, J. van Vleck

Theory of magnetic and disordered systems

1973

Physics

L. Esaki, I. Giaever, B. Josephson

Superconducting tunnel junctions

1972

Physics

J. Bardeen, L. Cooper, J. Schrieffer

Theory of superconductivity

1970

Physics

L. Neel

Antiferromagnetism, ferrimagnetism

1955

Physics

P. Kusch

Precision measurement of the electron’s magnetic moment

1952

Physics

F. Bloch, E. Purcell

NMR in condensed matter

1944

Physics

I. Rabi

NMR of isolated atoms and molecules, using molecular beams

1943

Physics

O. Stern

Magnetic moment of the proton

1922

Chemistry

F. Aston

Mass spectrograph

1913

Physics

K. Onnes

Superconductivity



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