Exclusion Principle And Quantum Mechanics

@inproceedings{Pauli1947ExclusionPA,
  title={Exclusion Principle And Quantum Mechanics},
  author={Wolfgang Pauli},
  year={1947}
}
The history of the discovery of the exclusion principle, for which I have received the honor of the Nobel Prize award in the year 1945, goes back to my student days in Munich. While, in school in Vienna, I had already obtained some knowledge of classical physics and the then new Einstein relativity theory, it was at the University of Munich that I was introduced by Sommerfeld to the structure of the atom — somewhat strange from the point of view of classical physics. I was not spared the shock… 
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