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Johann Christian Andreas Doppler/Definition

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A definition or brief description of Johann Christian Andreas Doppler.

(29 November 1803 - 17 March 1853) Austrian mathematician and physicist, who in 1842 discovered the 'Doppler effect', where the observed frequency of a wave depends on the velocity of the source relative to the observer.