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Eight Lectures on Theoretical Physics

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Eight Lectures on Theoretical Physics
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Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0486697304
Number of pages: 99

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Landmark lectures (1909) by discoverer of quantum theory present revolutionary developments occasioned by application of quantum hypothesis to blackbody radiation. Also, how statistical mechanics transformed understanding of chemical physics; principle of least action, theory of relativity. Important for Planck's rethinking of his original discovery of quantum theory.

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