See Article History Alternative Title: Julius Robert Oppenheimer J. Accusations of disloyalty led to a government hearing that resulted in the loss of his security clearance and of his position as adviser to the highest echelons of the U.
Julius came to America with no money, no baccalaureate studies, and no knowledge of the English language. He got a job in a textile company and within a decade was an executive with the company. Ella was from Baltimore. His father had been a member of the Society for many years, serving on its board of trustees from to To help him recover from the illness, his father enlisted the help of his English teacher Herbert Smith who took him to New Mexico, where Oppenheimer fell in love with horseback riding and the southwestern United States.
He compensated for his late start by taking six courses each term and was admitted to the undergraduate honor society Phi Beta Kappa. In his first year, he was admitted to graduate standing in physics on the basis of independent study, which meant he was not required to take the basic classes and could enroll instead in advanced ones.
He was attracted to experimental physics by a course on thermodynamics that was taught by Percy Bridgman. He graduated summa cum laude in three years. Oppenheimer is in the second row, third from the left.
InOppenheimer was informed that he had been accepted into Christ's College, Cambridge. He wrote to Ernest Rutherford requesting permission to work at the Cavendish Laboratory. Bridgman provided Oppenheimer with a recommendation, which conceded that Oppenheimer's clumsiness in the laboratory made it apparent his forte was not experimental but rather theoretical physics.
Rutherford was unimpressed, but Oppenheimer went to Cambridge in the hope of landing another offer. Thomson on condition that he complete a basic laboratory course. While on vacation, as recalled by his friend Francis FergussonOppenheimer once confessed that he had left an apple doused with noxious chemicals on Blackett's desk.
While Fergusson's account is the only detailed version of this event, Oppenheimer's parents were alerted by the university authorities who considered placing him on probation, a fate prevented by his parents successfully lobbying the authorities. Many of his friends described him as having self-destructive tendencies.
A disturbing event occurred when he took a vacation from his studies in Cambridge to meet up with Fergusson in Paris. Fergusson noticed that Oppenheimer was not well.
To help distract him from his depression, Fergusson told Oppenheimer that he Fergusson was to marry his girlfriend Frances Keeley. Oppenheimer did not take the news well. He jumped on Fergusson and tried to strangle him. Although Fergusson easily fended off the attack, the episode convinced him of Oppenheimer's deep psychological troubles.
Throughout his life, Oppenheimer was plagued by periods of depression,   and he once told his brother, "I need physics more than friends". He was known for being too enthusiastic in discussion, sometimes to the point of taking over seminar sessions.
Born left it out on his desk where Oppenheimer could read it, and it was effective without a word being said. He was on the point of questioning me. He and Born published a famous paper on the Born—Oppenheimer approximationwhich separates nuclear motion from electronic motion in the mathematical treatment of molecules, allowing nuclear motion to be neglected to simplify calculations.
It remains his most cited work. Bridgman also wanted him at Harvard, so a compromise was reached whereby he split his fellowship for the —28 academic year between Harvard in and Caltech in Both the collaboration and their friendship were nipped in the bud when Pauling began to suspect Oppenheimer of becoming too close to his wife, Ava Helen Pauling.
Once, when Pauling was at work, Oppenheimer had arrived at their home and invited Ava Helen to join him on a tryst in Mexico. Though she refused and reported the incident to her husband,  the invitation, and her apparent nonchalance about it, disquieted Pauling and he ended his relationship with Oppenheimer.
Oppenheimer later invited him to become head of the Chemistry Division of the Manhattan Projectbut Pauling refused, saying he was a pacifist. There he was given the nickname of Opje,  later anglicized by his students as "Oppie". Oppenheimer respected and liked Pauli and may have emulated his personal style as well as his critical approach to problems.
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J. Robert Oppenheimer was born on April 22, , in New York City, to German Jewish immigrants. After graduating from Harvard University, Oppenheimer sailed to England and enrolled at the University of Cambridge, where he began his atomic research at the Cavendish Laboratory in Born: Apr 22, J. Robert Oppenheimer, in full Julius Robert Oppenheimer, (born April 22, , New York, New York, U.S.—died February 18, , Princeton, New Jersey), American theoretical physicist and science administrator, noted as director of the Los Alamos Laboratory (–45) during development of the atomic bomb and as director of the .
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