doppler, christian johann

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Doppler   (dŏp'lər)  Pronunciation Key 
Austrian physicist and astronomer who in 1842 explained the effect, now named for him, of variations in the frequency of waves as a result of the relative motion of the wave source with respect to the observer.
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