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common errors to avoid
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Paul Dirak
Head of man in his thirties with tousled hair sticking up and a small mustache
Tavalludi 8-avgust 1902-yil(1902-08-08)
Bristol, Angliya
Vafoti 20-oktabr 1984-yil(1984-10-20)
(82 yoshda)
Tallahassi, Florida, AQSH
Istiqomat joylari Birlashgan Qirollik, Qoʻshma Shtatlar
Vatani Birlashgan Qirollik
Sohasi Fizika (nazariy)
Ish joylari Kembridj Universiteti, Florida Davlat Universiteti
Alma mater Bristol Universiteti, Kembridj Universiteti
Akademik rahbarlari Ralf Fovler
Mashhur shogirdlari Homi Bhabha, Harish Chandra Mehrotra, Dennis Sciama, Behram Kurşunoğlu, John Polkinghorne, Per-Olov Löwdin
Mashhur ishlari Kvant mexanikasiga samarali ulush qoʻshgan
Mashhur sovrinlari Fizika boʻyicha Nobel mukofoti (1933)
{{Olim bilgiqutisi
| nomi              = Paul Dirac
| tasvir            = Dirac_4.jpg
| alt               = Head of man in his thirties with tousled hair sticking up and a small mustache
| caption           = <!--(not needed as image is straightforward portrait)-->
| birth_date        = {{birth date|1902|8|8|mf=y}}
| birth_place       = [[Bristol]], [[England]]
| death_date        = {{death date and age|1984|10|20|1902|8|8}}
| death_place       = [[Tallahassee]], [[Florida]], [[United States|USA]]
| residence         = [[United Kingdom]], [[United States]]
| nationality       = [[United Kingdom]]
| fields            = [[Physics]] ([[Theoretical physics|theoretical]])
| workplaces        = [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge University]], [[Florida State University]]
| alma_mater        = [[University of Bristol]], [[University of Cambridge|Cambridge University]]
| doctoral_advisor  = [[Ralph Fowler]]
| doctoral_students = [[Homi J. Bhabha|Homi Bhabha]], [[Harish-Chandra|Harish Chandra Mehrotra]], [[Denis Sciama|Dennis Sciama]], [[Behram Kurşunoğlu]], [[John Polkinghorne]], [[Per-Olov Löwdin]]
| known_for         = Seminal contributions to [[quantum mechanics]]
| awards            = [[Nobel Prize in Physics]] (1933)


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