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Jean-Baptiste Alfred Perot (1863 - 1925)

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Jean-Baptiste Alfred (Alfred) Perot
Born in Metz, Francemap
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Died in Paris, Francemap
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Jean-Baptiste Alfred Perot was a French physicist.

Together with his colleague Charles Fabry he developed the Fabry–Pérot interferometer in 1899.

The French Academy of Sciences awarded him the Janssen Medal for 1912. The Royal Society awarded Fabry and Perot the Rumford medal in 1918.


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