Light and Life

@article{Bohr1933LightAL,
  title={Light and Life},
  author={N. Bohr},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1933},
  volume={131},
  pages={457-459}
}
  • N. Bohr
  • Published 1933
  • Nature
  • THIS revision of the foundations of mechanics, A extending to the very question of what may be meant by a physical explanation, has not only been essential, however, for the elucidation of the situation in atomic theory, but has also created a new background for the discussion of the relation of physics to the problems of biology. This must certainly not be taken to mean that in actual atomic phenomena we meet with features which show a closer resemblance to the properties of living organisms… CONTINUE READING
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