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Karl Ferdinand Braun
Born (1850-06-06)6 June 1850
Fulda, Electorate of Hessen, Germany
Died 20 April 1918(1918-04-20) (aged 67)
Brooklyn, New York, U.S.
Nationality German
Fields Physics
Institutions University of Karlsruhe,
University of Marburg,
University of Strassburg,
University of Tübingen,
University of Würzburg
Alma mater University of Marburg,
University of Berlin
Doctoral advisor A. Kundt,
G. H. Quincke
Doctoral students L. I. Mandelshtam,
A. Schweizer
Known for Cathode ray tube, Cat’s whisker diode
Notable awards Nobel Prize in Physics (1909)

In the summer of 1902, I was able to erect two experimental stations on two forts at Strasbourg for the purpose of closer study.
Karl Ferdinand Braun
Considering the greater amounts of energy which can be collected and stored in suitable experimental form in capacitors, one could expect to deliver radiated energy for some time from them.
Karl Ferdinand Braun
Elementary considerations led me to the conclusion that a medium, composed of layers of different dielectric constants, must behave as a uniaxial crystal if it is assumed that the layer thicknesses are only a fraction of a wave-length.
Karl Ferdinand Braun