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Rutherford essay competition Bohr was awarded a doctorate in physiology from the University of Copenhagen in and in he became a Privatdozent at the university. Late in the same year he married Ellen, who was the daughter of David Adler, a Jewish politician with a high standing in Danish political and commercial life.
Rutherford essay competition and Ellen had three children.
The eldest was Jenny born in in the mansion which David Adler had owned opposite Christiansborg Castle where the Danish Parliament sat. Ellen's mother had continued to live in this house after her husband David Adler died in and Ellen had gone back to her mother' home to have her child.
Two years later Niels was born on his mother's 25th birthday in the same stately home, Ellen again having returned to her mother's house for the birth of her child.
The third child of the family, who went on to become a famous mathematician, was Harald Bohr who was two years younger than Niels. When Niels was only a few months old his father Christian had been appointed as a lecturer to fill a post left vacant by the death of Peter Panum, the professor of physiology at the University of Copenhagen, and a short while later the family moved into the Panum's professorial house in Copenhagen.
Kennedy writes in : In October Niels entered the Grammelholms school. He attended this school, as did his brother Harald, for his complete secondary education taking his Studenterexamen in He did well at school without ever being brilliant, usually coming third or fourth in a class of about 20 students.
If he really excelled at a subject it was, perhaps surprisingly, physical education. He was an excellent soccer player, yet not as good as his brother Harald who won a silver medal playing soccer for Denmark.
Niels made some good friends while at school but his best friend throughout his life was his brother Harald. During his last two years at school Niels specialised in mathematics and physics.
There is certainly some evidence that he soon realised that the mathematics teacher did not have as good a grasp of the topic as he should have had and that he became somewhat frightened of his exceptional pupil Bohr.
In physics too Bohr studied texts ahead of the class finding errors in them. It was his father, more than his school teachers, who inspired him in his studies of mathematics and physics.
He wrote in Bohr studied at the University of Copenhagen which he entered in He studied physics as his main subject but took mathematics, astronomy and chemistry as minor subjects.
He was taught physics by Christian Christiansen and philosophy by Harald Hoffding. He had known both of them for many years since they were close friends with his father and had met as pert of a regular discussion group with both brothers Niels and Harald Bohr taking part as soon as they were old enough to contribute.
Bohr was taught mathematics at university by Thorvald Thiele. At university Bohr could not carry out physics experiments since there was no physics laboratory. However his father had a physiology laboratory and his first paper describes experimental work in physics which he carried out in that laboratory.
He dictated the paper to his brother Harald. A fellow student wrote of Niels and Harald: I have never known people to be as close as they are. This paper is the only one that Bohr wrote describing experiments which he had carried out.
With it he won the Gold Medal for from the Royal Danish Academy of Sciences for his analysis of vibrations of water jets as a means of determining surface tension.
He received his Master's degree from the University of Copenhagen in and his doctorate in May for a thesis entitled Studies on the electron theory of metals. It was a thesis based on classical physics and as such necessarily failed to explain certain effects. Bohr wrote in this work: Bohr dedicated his thesis to the memory of his father who had died from a heart attack a few months earlier in February By this time Bohr was engaged to Margrethe Norlund.
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