Directions in Physics

Directions in Physics
Publisher: John Wiley Sons Inc | ISBN: 0471029971 | edition 1978 | File type: PDF | 108 pages | 10,4 mb
It is difficult to think of a person more qualified or better suited than Professor Dirac to describe both the triumphs and problems of modern physics. A foremost pioneer in the development of quantum mechanics, he still remains very active in this and other frontier fields of physics. In addition, he has the uncanny facility of presenting very complex problems in a readily understandable way, so that a large group of people, comprising not only scientists, engineers, or teachers but also educated laymen, can gain valuable insight from his exposition.

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