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German physisist born in 1868 in Rostock and died in 1957 in Freiburg im Breisgau in Germany. He studied natural science and mathematics in  Rostock and Heidelberg. He obtained his doctate in 1891 in Heidelberg. From 1892  to 1902 he was an assistent at the Physics Institute at the Technical University  of Karlsruhe. In 1897 he obtained his Habilitation for theoretical physics. In  1902 he became a special professor (Extraordinarius) at the University of  Greifswald where he wrote his famous paper on particle light scattering. In 1917  he became Professor at the University of Halle and in 1924 he joined the University of Freiburg.



[1] Gustav Mie: Beiträge zur Optik trüber Medien, speziell kolloidaler Metallösungen. Annalen  der Physik, Vierte Folge, Band 25, 1908, No. 3, p 377-445.

[2] G. Mie: Contributions to the optics of turbid media, particularly of colloidal metal solutions. Royal Aircraft Establishment, Library Translation 1873, 1976, RAE-Lit-Trans-1873.

[3] G. Mie: Contributions on the optics of turbid media, particularly colloidal metal solutions --- Translation. Sandia Laboratories, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1978, SAND78-6018. National Translation Center, Chicago, ILL, Translation 79-21946.

All Library of Congress holdings for the National Translation Center have een transferred to the Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical nformation in Ottawa, Canada. This material can be obtained from CISTI. The translation does not seem to be included in the electronic catalogue.