The joy of insight: passions of a physicist

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Basic Books, 1991 - Biography & Autobiography - 336 pages
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Chronicles the life of the man who came of age as a physicist in prewar Europe, was at the forefront of particle physics research, and became one of the early advocates of nuclear responsibility

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As part of a series aimed at encouraging public understanding of science, this book presents the fascinating story of a distinguished scientist known for his seminal contributions to quantum ... Read full review

Contents

Becoming a Theoretical Physicist in Gottingen
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Near the Founders of Quantum Mechanics
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FIVE
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