The left hand of the electron

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Doubleday, 1972 - Science - 225 pages
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I read this as a teenager. Asimov explains why the molecules of life are left-handed. Among other things, Asimove inspired a lasting interest in particle and sub-particle physics. Essays: - The ... Read full review

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Asimov has a gift for bringing the abstract and bizarre world of quantum mechanics into laymen's terms the non-physicist can understand and conceptualize.

Contents

1ODDS AND EVENS
3
2THE LEFT HAND OF THE ELECTRON
14
3SEEING DOUBLE
26
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