[an-derz joh-nuh s;; Swedish ahn-duh rs-yoo-nahs] /ˈæn dərz ˈdʒoʊ nəs;; Swedish ˈɑn dərsˈyu nɑs/ (Show IPA), 1814–74, Swedish astronomer and physicist.
Anders Jonas (ˈandərs ˈjuːnas). 1814–74, Swedish physicist, noted for his work on spectroscopy and solar physics
Swedish physicist and astronomer who pioneered the use of the spectroscope in the analysis of radiation. By studying the spectrum of visible light given off by the Sun, Ångström discovered that there is hydrogen in the Sun’s atmosphere. The angstrom unit of measurement is named for him.
Anders Leonhard [ahn-duh rs ley-aw-nahrd] /ˈɑn dərs ˈleɪ ɔˌnɑrd/ (Show IPA), 1860–1920, Swedish painter, etcher, and sculptor. Historical Examples “He has gone to the store,” announced Zorn, who uncovered his teeth an extra inch, in compliment to his own humor. Our Young Aeroplane Scouts in Germany Horace Porter Zorn chuckled as he relieved the “merchant” […]
Hans Christian [hanz] /hænz/ (Show IPA), 1805–75, Danish author, especially of fairy tales. Contemporary Examples “Women are warming up to getting used to doing something like this and using our services,” Andersen adds. More Rich, High-Powered Women Are Turning to Matchmakers to Find Love Paula Froelich August 14, 2012 So popular is Andersen in China […]
- Andersen nexo
. noun See Nexø
- Andersen’s disease
andersen’s disease Andersen’s disease An·der·sen’s disease (ān’dər-sənz) n. See type 4 glycogenosis.