Early Work (1905 - 1911), Volume 1

1st Edition

Editors: J.R. Nielsen
Hardcover ISBN: 9780720418019
eBook ISBN: 9780080870991
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st January 1972
Page Count: 607
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Table of Contents

General introduction. Foreword. Abbreviated titles of periodicals. Niels Bohr: Biographical sketch. Part I: Surface tension of water. Part II: Electron theory of metals. Part III: Selected family correspondence 1909-1916. Inventory of manuscripts in the Niels Bohr archive. Index. ``His Collected Works will stand as one of the very greatest documents in the history of science and of human thought.'' (Physics Bulletin)

Description

The influence of Niels Bohr's work, of his approach to research, both practical and theoretical, is widely felt today. His contributions to our knowledge of the atomic constituents of matter and to our view of science, remain of fundamental importance.

The publication of his collected works will give historians of science and scientists easy access to a life-work entirely devoted to the rational analysis of the laws of nature and of the singular character of their meaning for us.

In addition to Bohr's published papers, the series includes unpublished manuscripts and a wide selection of letters and other documents, with explanatory notes.


Details

No. of pages:
607
Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1972
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9780080870991
Hardcover ISBN:
9780720418019

Reviews

@qu:The papers involving such a person are bound to be exceedingly valuable... This first volume... marks the beginning of a series attempting to publish the most relevant of that material which is not already generally available.' @source:Physics Bulletin


About the Editors

J.R. Nielsen Editor