Debye (disambiguation)

Debye may refer to:

  • Peter Debye (1884–1966), Dutch physicist, physical chemist and Nobel laureate in Chemistry
    • Debye, a non-SI unit of electric dipole moment, 3.33564×10−30 C·m, named after Peter Debye
    • Debye (crater), a lunar crater named after Peter Debye
    • 30852 Debye, a main-belt asteroid named after Peter Debye

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