Science and the Human Imagination: Albert Einstein : Papers and Discussions
Professor Bernstein discusses Einstein's work through the year 1905, focusing on the invention of the special theory of relativity, while Dr. Feinberg traces Einstein's contributions to the quantum theory from that year to his death in 1955. The second set of papers focuses on the status of chemical research and chemical education in the state of New Jersey. Dr. Hass cites several chemical achievements of the state, and Dr. Bose suggests ways of encouraging the blossoming of chemical talent in the state.
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A Jeremy Bernstein
B Gerald Feinberg
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A Henry B Hass
B A K Bose
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