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Intellectual Mastery of Nature: Theoretical Physics from Ohm to Einstein. Volume 1, The Torch of Mathematics, 1800-1870; volume 2, The Now Mighty Theoretical Physics, 1870-1925
We may not be able to make you love reading, but intellectual mastery of nature theoretical physics from ohm to einstein vol 2 will lead you to love reading starting from now. Book is the window toExpand
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Historical Studies In The Physical Sciences
The Description for this book, Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences, Volume 6, will be forthcoming.
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Night Thoughts of a Classical Physicist
It is the end of an historical epoch, but to an old professor of physics, Victor Jakob, sitting in his unlighted study, eating dubious bread with jam made from turnips, it is the end of a way ofExpand
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Historical studies in the physical sciences
The Description for this book, Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences, Volume 6, will be forthcoming.
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The now mighty theoretical physics, 1870-1925
"A majestic study of a most important epoch of intellectual history."--Brian Pippard, "Times Literary Supplement" "Superbly written and exhaustively researched."--Peter Harman, "Nature"Winner of theExpand
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The atomic theory of John William Nicholson
The English mathematical physicist John William Nicholson1 proposed a theory of atomic structure in 1911, and for several years he explored its exact implications for stellar spectroscopy and for theExpand
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Henry Cavendish: A Study of Rational Empiricism in Eighteenth-Century Natural Philosophy
H ENRY CAVENDISH, by reason of the accuracy and the extent of his knowledge, was regarded by his contemporaries as one "possessed of talents confessedly superior."' From the posthumous publication ofExpand
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The torch of mathematics, 1800-1870
Christina Jungnickel and Russell McCormmach have created in these two volumes a panoramic history of German theoretical physics. Bridging social, institutional, and intellectual history, theyExpand
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