Rosenfeld obtained a "PhD at the "University of Liège in 1926, and he was a close collaborator of the physicist "Niels Bohr. He did early work in quantum electrodynamics that predates by two decades the work by "Dirac and "Bergmann. Rosenfeld contributed to a wide range of physics fields, from statistical physics and quantum field theory to astrophysics. Along with "Frederik Belinfante, he derived the "Belinfante-Rosenfeld stress-energy tensor. He also founded the journal "Nuclear Physics and coined the term "lepton.
In 1933, Rosenfeld married Dr. Yvonne Cambresier, who was one of the first women to obtain a Physics Ph.D from a European university. They had a daughter, Andrée Rosenfeld (1934–2008) and a son, Jean Rosenfeld.
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