Zeeman, Pieter (1865–1943) Dutch physicist. He shared the 1902 Nobel Prize in physics with Hendrik Lorentz for their discovery (1896) of the Zeeman effect. Zeeman also detected the magnetic fields at the surface of the Sun.
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