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Identify CV Raman and his works ?

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Asked by khabardar, 01 May '12 10:05 am
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In 1930, C. V. Raman was the first `non-white', Asian and Indian to receive the Nobel prize in physics for his work on scattering of light and discovery of the Raman effect. The documents were obtained from the Nobel Committee connected with the proposal and selection of C. V. Raman for the Nobel prize and the results of the studies are reported in this paper.

The Nobel prize is one of the prizes known to a great part of the non-scientific public and is considered as the highest honour to be awarded to scientists. A short life sketch of the founder and the foundation of the Nobel prize is included in this article. The Statutes of the Nobel Foundation (SNF) which were approved by the Crown on 29 June 1900 had been decreed by the Swedish Government on 27 April 1995. The rules and regulations quoted here are taken from these statutes.

Raman received the Nobel prize in a record time of two years after his prize- winning discovery. Several questions have been raised about not sharing ...more
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Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman

The Nobel Prize in Physics 1930 was awarded to Sir Venkata Raman "for his work on the scattering of light and for the discovery of the effect named after him".
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 02 May '12 04:16 pm

 
  
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Honored with Nobel Prize in Physics for his discovery of the "Raman" effect in 1930.
Chandrashekar Venkat Raman fm Tamil Nadu;
Raman's celebrated discovery, the Raman Effect, experimentally demonstrated that the light-quanta and molecules do exchange energy which manifests itself as a change in the colour of the scattered light.
he was the first Indian Nobel Laureate in science. Till date Raman remains the only Indian to receive a Nobel Prize in science.
( Har Gobind Khurana and Subrahmanyan Chandrasekhar ar US Citizens )
Answered by Rose, 01 May '12 10:08 am

 
  
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