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Albert Abraham Michelson: Father of the Interferometer

In this issue, OPN begins a series of biographies that highlight the careers of outstanding personalities in the history of optical science. These men and women, many of them Nobel Prize winners, are towering figures in 20th century physics. The first article profiles Albert Abraham Michelson (1852-1931), the first American to win the Nobel Prize in physics.

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