Melvin Schwartz

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Melvin Schwartz
Born November 2, 1932(1932-11-02)
New York City, New York
Died August 28, 2006(2006-08-28) (aged 73)
Twin Falls, Idaho
Nationality American
Fields Particle physics
Institutions Brookhaven National Laboratory
Stanford University
Columbia University
Alma mater Columbia University
Known for neutrinos
Notable awards Nobel Prize in Physics (1988)
This person won a Nobel Prize

Melvin Schwartz (November 2, 1932 – August 28, 2006) was an American physicist. He shared the 1988 Nobel Prize in Physics with Leon M. Lederman and Jack Steinberger for their development of the neutrino beam method and their demonstration of the doublet structure of the leptons through the discovery of the muon neutrino.[1]

Schwartz died on August 28, 2006 in Twin Falls, Idaho from Parkinson's disease and hepatitis C, aged 73.

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