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Ernst Mach
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Ernst Mach (1838–1916)
Born Ernst Waldfried Josef Wenzel Mach
18 Februar 1838
Brno, Moravie, Austrick Empire (present day Czech republic)
Died 19 Februar 1916(1916-02-19) (aged 78)
Munich, German Empire
Residence Austrick Empire, German Empire
Naitionality Austrick
Citizenship Austrick
Alma mater Varsity o Vienna
Kent for Mach number
Mach's principle
Shock waves
Mach waves
Mach reflection effects
Mach band
Creeticism o Isaac Newton's bucket argument[1]
Mach diamonts
Scientific career
Fields Pheesicist
Institutions Varsity o Graz
Charles Varsity (Prague)
Varsity o Vienna
Doctoral advisor Andreas von Ettingshausen
Doctoral students Heinrich Gomperz
Ottokar Tumlirz
Ither notable students Andrija Mohorovičić
Influences Andreas von Ettingshausen[2]
Gustav Fechner[3]
Carl Ludwig[4]
Influenced Vienna Circle
Russian Machism
Ludwig Boltzmann
Albert Einstein
Wolfgang Pauli
William James
Wilhelm Kienzl[5]
Pierre Duhem[6]
Signatur Ernst Mach Signature.svg
He wis the godfaither o Wolfgang Pauli. The Mach–Zehnder interferometer is named efter his son Ludwig Mach, that wis an aw a pheesicist.

Ernst Waldfried Josef Wenzel Mach (German: [ˈɛɐ̯nst max]; 18 Februar 1838 – 19 Februar 1916) wis an Austrick[7] pheesicist an filosofer, noted for his contreibutions tae pheesics sic as study o shock waves.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Mach, E. (1960 [1883]), The Science of Mechanics, LaSalle, IL: Open Court Publishing, p. 284.
  2., Ernst Waldfried Josef Wenzel Mach
  3. Jagdish Mehra, Helmut Rechenberg, The Historical Development of Quantum Theory, page 47
  4., Ernst Mach First published Wed May 21, 2008; substantive revision Tue Apr 28, 2009, Mach interest in physiology, Johannes Peter Müller and his students, Ernst Brüke and Carl Ludwig, started a new school of physiology in 1840s.
  5. John T. Blackmore, Ernst Mach: His Work, Life, and Influence, 1972, p. 44.
  6. John T. Blackmore, Ernst Mach: His Work, Life, and Influence, 1972, p. 196.
  7. "Ernst Mach". Encyclopædia Britannica. 2016. Retrieved January 6, 2016.