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[Science Physics Quantum ] Louis Of Broglie 1/130 Ex. Eo 1937 Central Biblio
1937. [MODERN ILLUSTRIES - SCIENCES - SOCIETE DES CENTRAUX BIBLIOPHILES] Louis de BROGLIE 1892-1987 Louis de Broglie Mathematics, physics Nobel Prize in Physics (1929) Max-Planck Medal (1938) CNRS Gold Medal (1955) Louis Victor de Broglie, prince, then duke of Broglie (pronounced de Breuil), born August 15, 1892 in Dieppe and died on 19 Mars 1987 to Louveciennes is a French mathematician and physicist. At only 37, he became the winner of the 1929 Nobel Prize in physics "for his discovery of the wave nature of electrons". - We are selling here a luxurious and very rare publication, due to the initiative of the Société de Bibliophiles: Bibliophile Central Offices in 1937 "New discoveries and conceptions of Contemporary Physics" Book decorated with a beautiful portrait by Louis de Broglie on the frontispiece Very beautiful work, very neat typography in two tones, on the Frazier-Soye presses with the original characters of Firmin-Didot (property of the Deberny and Peignot foundries) Ornaments (bands) engraved on wood in colors, in chapter headers and in dead ends and some scientific photographs reproduced at the end of the volume - The progress of contemporary Physics - Quanta and wave mechanics - The recent crisis in wave optics - Old ways and new perspectives in Light Theory - Can we reconcile relativity and quanta? - Determinism and causality in contemporary physics - Simultaneous representation of possibilities in new physics - new ideas introduced by quantum mechanics - Physical reality and idealization - Nobel Lecture, delivered in Stockholm, December 12, 1929 - Paris, Le … [Click Below for Full Description]
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