Georgi Nadjakov


Georgi Nadjakov

Georgi Nadjakov (December 26, 1896 - February 24, 1981) was a famous Bulgarian physicist. He became a member of the USSR Academy of Sciences in 1958. Nadjakov worked with Paul Langevin and Marie Curie. In 1937 he performed experiments on the photoelectric effect, which led to the invention of the photocopier by Chester Carlson.

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* [http://www.issp.bas.bg/lab/ephi/Museum/acad_GNadjakov/GN11-page1.html "Academician George Stefanov Nadjakov"] , on the site of the Institute of Solid State Physics (Bulgaria) of the Bulgarian Academy of Sciences


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