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Richard Phillips Feynman

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Feynman, Richard Phillips (1918–88), U.S. physicist. He shared the 1965 Nobel Prize for physics for work on quantum electrodynamics. He worked on the development of the atomic bomb, developed a system of notation (the Feynman diagram) for recording and calculating subatomic reactions, and, with Murray Gell-Mann, explained the interactions of weak nuclear force.

See also: Quantum electrodynamics.

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