Einstein: His Life and Universe (Walter Isaacson)

@inproceedings{Schwartz2008EinsteinHL,
  title={Einstein: His Life and Universe (Walter Isaacson)},
  author={A. Truman Schwartz},
  year={2008}
}
Albert Einstein is, at least in the public mind, the quintessential scientist, and three of the four major papers written in his annus mirabilis of 1905 exerted a profound influence on chemistry. 
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