## Sources of Quantum MechanicsSeventeen seminal papers, dating from the years 1917-26, in which the quantum theory as we now know it was developed and formulated. Among the scientists represented: Einstein, Ehrenfest, Bohr, Born, Van Vleck, Heisenberg, Dirac, Pauli and Jordan. All 17 papers translated into English. |

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### Contents

Introduction Part I | 1 |

Uber die Streuung | 9 |

Kramers dispersion theory | 14 |

The final text of paper 12 | 27 |

Zttr Quantentheorie der Strahlung Phy | 63 |

Adiabaiic Invariants and the Theory of | 79 |

1916 p 412 | 93 |

Danske Vid Selsk Skr nat math Afd 8 Raekke IV 1 | 139 |

The law of dispersion and Bohrs theory | 177 |

stande ausgehenden Absorptionslinien Z Phys 33 | 198 |

The quantum theory of dispersion | 199 |

Öber quantentheoretische Umdeutung | 261 |

Phys 34 p 858 received Sept 27 1925 Abridged | 307 |

tum Mechanics Proc Roy Soc A 109 p 642 received | 321 |

Z Phys 35 p 557 received Nov 16 1925 | 336 |

received Jan 17 1926 | 417 |

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a-priori probability according adiabatic invariant amplitudes analogy angular momentum application assume assumption Bohr Bohr's Born Born's c-numbers calculation canonical classical mechanics classical theory coefficients conditionally periodic system connection consider considerations constant coordinates correspondence principle degree of freedom denotes derived determined diagonal matrix differential discussion dispersion Ehrenfest Einstein electric electrodynamics electron emission and absorption emitted equal equations of motion expression external field follows formula Fourier series function fundamental given harmonic oscillators Heisenberg hydrogen integral intensity interaction introduce Jordan Kramers Ladenburg letter light limit linear mathematical means molecule multiplication obtained orbit paper particle Pauli perturbation theory phenomena Phys physical Planck's possible problem quantities quantum conditions quantum mechanics quantum numbers quantum theory quantum-theoretical radiation field relation resonator result satisfy scattered radiation separation of variables solution Sommerfeld spectra spectral lines spectrum stationary statistical theory of radiation transformation transition processes values vector virtual oscillators waves

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Orthomodular Structures as Quantum Logics: Intrinsic Properties, State Space ... Pavel Pták,Sylvia Pulmannová No preview available - 1991 |