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I. I. Rabi

I. I. Rabi (1898–1988)
Nobel Prize–Winning Physicist
PhD 1927, Faculty 1929–67, Sc.D. 1968 (hon.)

Numerous information exists about Rabi on the Internet.Try Google. I'm surprised that Physics hasn't nominated him. One of Columbia's Nobel laureates. World famous during World War II among the group of physicists that helped win the war. His work also led to developments in medicine , including nuclear magnetic resonance and, eventually, magnetic resonance imaging ( MRI ).

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