C.V. Raman: A Biography

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Penguin Books India, 2011 - Physicists - 274 pages
The compelling story of a trailblazer of modern science In 1921, while on a voyage to England, Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was amazed by the spectacular blue of the Mediterranean Sea.
 

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Contents

01Chap01
1
02Chap02
19
03Chap03
27
04Chap04
40
05Chap05
52
06Chap06
64
07Chap07
72
08Chap08
91
16Chap16
169
17Chap17
181
18Chap18
188
19Chap19
196
20Chap20
206
21Chap21
216
22Chap22
226
23Chap23
231

09Chap09
101
10Chap10
108
11Chap11
116
12Chap12
132
13Chap13
141
14Chap14
149
15Chap15
159
24Chap24
236
25Epilogue
244
26Milestone
245
27Notes
249
28Selected Bibliogrphy
261
29Index
263
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Uma Parameswaran was born in India and lives in Canada. Her publications include the award-winning What Was Always Hers (short stories), The Sweet Smell of Mother's Milk-Wet Bodice (novella), Mangoes on the Maple Tree (novel), A CYCLE OF THE MOON (novel), Sisters at the Well (poems), and Riding High with Krishna and a Baseball Bat & Other Stories. She has also published a play, Rootless But Green Are the Boulevard Trees.

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