Otto Wilhelm Madelung

Otto Wilhelm Madelung (May 15, 1846, Gotha – July 22, 1926, Göttingen) was a German surgeon who was a native of Gotha. His son, physicist Erwin Madelung (1881–1972), discovered the Madelung constant.

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