# Scientific namesakes

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This page is for scientific terms named after famous people.

- ohm - unit of electrical resistance named after Georg Ohm
- volt - unit of electrical force named after Alessandro Volta
- ampere - unit of electrical current name after Andre-Marie Ampere
- curie - unit of radiation named after Madame Curie, who discovered the radioactive element radium.
- curium - an element, also named after Curie.
- newton - unit of force named after Sir Isaac Newton, famous for the equation F = ma (force = mass × acceleration
- roentgen - for Wilhelm Roentgen

- Einsteinium
- Darwinism
- Pasteurization
- Freudian slip
- Kepler's Laws
- The Galilean moons
- Maxwell's equations
- Maxwell's demon
- Heisenberg uncertainty principle
- Schrodinger's cat
- Tycho (crater)
- Planck's constant
- Laplace transform
- Hubble space telescope
- Fermilab
- Euler's formula
- Gauss's law
- gauss (unit)
- Kirchhoff's laws
- Euclidean geometry
- Mendelian inheritance
- Linnaean taxonomy
- Hawking Radiation