Ferdinand Braun in Leipzig
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- Schreier, W. NTM N.S. (2000) 8: 201. doi:10.1007/BF02914193
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Nobelprizewinner Ferdinand Braun worked as a teacher for three years (1874–1977) at the Leipzig Thomas School. In this time, essential for him, he developed his most important discovery: the effect of semiconductivity. Furthermore he demonstrated his pedagogical talent as a teacher and wrote an approval, popularized book for young people. The experiences of that time had a influence upon his future work.