The Resource Physics 1942-1962 : nobel lectures : including presentation speeches and laureates' biographies

Physics 1942-1962 : nobel lectures : including presentation speeches and laureates' biographies

Label
Physics 1942-1962 : nobel lectures : including presentation speeches and laureates' biographies
Title
Physics 1942-1962
Title remainder
nobel lectures : including presentation speeches and laureates' biographies
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Physics 1942 - 1962 presents Nobel Lectures on physics from 1942 to 1962. This book is 20 chapters that cover various Nobel physics subjects. The opening chapters deal with the topics of molecular ray methods, exclusion principle, quantum mechanics, the ionosphere, development of the Meson theory, interaction between high-speed nucleons and atomic nuclei, and the artificial production of fast particles. Other chapters discuss the principle of nuclear induction, research in nuclear magnetism, the discovery of phase contrast, statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics, the hydrogen atom str
Cataloging source
E7B
Dewey number
530
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
QC23
LC item number
.P497 1964eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Label
Physics 1942-1962 : nobel lectures : including presentation speeches and laureates' biographies
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes indexes
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  • net
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover ; Physics 1942 -- 1962; Copyright Page; Foreword; Publisher's Note; Table of Contents; Chapter 1. Physics 1942 Prize not awarded.; Chapter 2. Physics 1943 and 1944; Physics 1943 and 1944; The method of molecular rays; Biography; Biography; Chapter 3. Physics 1945 WOLFGANG PAULI; Physics 1945; Exclusion principle and quantum mechanics; Biography; Chapter 4. Physics 1946 PERCY WILLIAMS BRIDGMAN; Physics 1946; General survey of certain results in the field of high-pressure physics; Biography; Chapter 5. Physics 1947 Sir EDWARD VICTOR APPLETON; Physics 1947; The ionosphere; Biography
  • Chapter 10. Physics 1952 FELIX BLOCH EDWARD MILLS PURCELLPhysics 1952; The principle of nuclear induction; Biography; Research in nuclear magnetism; Biography; Chapter 11. Physics 1953 FRITS ZERNIKE; Physics 1953; How I discovered phase contrast; Biography; Chapter 12. Physics 1954; Physics 1954; MAX BORN The statistical interpretation of quantum mechanics; Biography; WALTHER BOTHE The coincidence method; Biography; Chapter 13. Physics 1955 ; Physics 1955; Fine structure of the hydrogen atom; Biography; The magnetic moment of the electron; Biography; Chapter 14. Physics 1956; Physics 1956
  • Chapter 6. Physics 1948 PATRICK MAYNARD STUART BLACKETTPhysics 1948; Cloud chamber researches in nuclear physics and cosmic radiation; Biography; Chapter 7. Physics 1949 HIDEKI YUKAWA; Physics 1949; Meson theory in its developments; Biography; Chapter 8. Physics 1950 CECIL FRANK POWELL; Physics 1950; The cosmic radiation; Biography; Chapter 9. Physics 1951 Sir JOHN DOUGLAS COCKCROFT ERNEST THOMAS SINTON WALTON; Physics 1951; Experiments on the interaction of high-speed nucleons with atomic nuclei; Biography; The artificial production of fast particles; Biography
  • General characteristics of radiations emitted by systems moving with super-light velocities with some applications to plasma physicsBiography; Chapter 17. Physics 1959; Physics 1959; The early antiproton work; Biography; Properties of antinucleons; Biography; Chapter 18. Physics i960; Physics 1960; Elementary particles and bubble chambers; Biography; Chapter 19. Physics 1961; Physics 1961; The electron-scattering method and its application to the structure of nuclei and nucleons; Biography; Recoilless nuclear resonance absorption of gamma radiation; Biography; Chapter 20. Physics 1962
  • Semiconductor research leading to the point contact transistorBiography; Transistor technology evokes new physics; Biography; Surface properties of semiconductors; Chapter 15. Physics 1957; Physics 1957; The law of parity conservation and other symmetry laws of physics; Biography; Weak interactions and nonconservation of parity; Biography; Chapter 16. Physics 1958; Physics 1958; Radiation of particles moving at a velocity exceeding that of light, and some of the possibilities for their use in experimental physics; Biography; Optics of light sources moving in refractive media; Biography
Control code
ocn899010298
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (636 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781483222493
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations
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.b34655554
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)899010298
  • ebl1483222497

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