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{{Infobox scientist
| name = Hans Bethe
| image = Hans Bethe.jpg
| caption = Hans Bethe
| birth_date = {{Geboortedatum|1906|7|2}}
| birth_place = [[Strasbourg]], [[Duitse Keiserryk]]
| death_date = {{Sterfdatum en ouderdom|2005|3|6|1906|7|2}}
| death_place = [[Ithaca, New York|Ithaca]], New York, VSA
| nationality = Duits <br /> Amerikaans
| citizenship = [[Duitsland]]<br />[[Verenigde State van Amerika|VSA]]
| known_for = Teller–Ulam-ontwerp<br />sellulêre outomatisering<br />Monte Carlo-berekeningsmetode<br />Fermi–Pasta–Ulam–<br />Kernpulsaandrywing<br />Waterstofbom
| alma_mater = Johann Wolfgang Goethe-universiteit (Frankfurt)<br />Universiteit van Munich<br />
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'''Hans Albrecht Bethe''' ( [[2 Julie]] [[1906]] – [[6 Maart]] [[2005]]) was 'n Duits-Amerikaanse kernfisikus wat belangrike bydraes gelewer het tot [[astrofisika]], kwantumelektrodinamika en vaste toestand fisika, en wat in 1967 die [[Nobelprys vir Fisika]] gewen het vir sy werk oor die teorie van sterre kernsintese.<ref name=frs>{{cite journal |doi=10.1098/rsbm.2007.0018 |title=Hans Albrecht Bethe. 2 July 1906 -- 6 March 2005: Elected ForMemRS 1957 |date=2007 |last1=Lee |first1=S. |last2=Brown |first2=G. E. |journal=Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the Royal Society |volume=53 |pages=1|doi-access=free }}</ref><ref>{{cite journal |doi=10.1038/scientificamerican1092-32 |title=Illuminator of the Stars |date=1992 |last1=Horgan |first1=John |journal=Scientific American |volume=267 |issue=4 |pages=32–40|bibcode = 1992SciAm.267d..32H }}</ref> Die grootste deel van sy loopbaan was Bethe professor aan die [[Cornell-universiteit]].<ref name="Keck1947">Available at www.JamesKeckCollectedWorks.org [http://www.jameskeckcollectedworks.org] {{Webarchive|url=https://web.archive.org/web/20190509175534/http://www.jameskeckcollectedworks.org/ |date=9 Mei 2019 }} are the class notes taken by one of his students at Cornell from the graduate courses on Nuclear Physics and on Applications of Quantum Mechanics he taught in the spring of 1947.</ref>
 
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