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Report on Radiation and the Quantum-Theory (Classic Reprint)
by:James Hopwood Jeans
La Theorie du Rayonnement et les Quanta. (G authierV illars, Paris, 1912.) Reports presented to the firstS olway Congress of Physics at Brussels (O ctober, 1911), with the discussion thereon. [R eports presented by Lorentz, Jeans, Warburg, Rubens, Planck, Knudsen, Perrin, Nernst, Kamerlingh-O nnes, Sommerfeld, Langevin andE instein, nearly all dealing...
La Theorie du Rayonnement et les Quanta. (G authierV illars, Paris, 1912.) Reports presented to the firstS olway Congress of Physics at Brussels (O ctober, 1911), with the discussion thereon. [R eports presented by Lorentz, Jeans, Warburg, Rubens, Planck, Knudsen, Perrin, Nernst, Kamerlingh-O nnes, Sommerfeld, Langevin andE instein, nearly all dealing with the Quantum-T heory. Comments and discussion by the foregoing, and also by Poincare, Lord Rayleigh, Wien, Rutherford, Brillouin, Mme. Curie, Hasenohrl, De Broghe and Lindemann.] Vortrage ilber die Kinetische Theorie derM aterie und derE lcktrizitat ;M athematische Vorlesungen ander Universitat Gottingon. (T eubner, Leipzig, 1914.) [R eports by Planck, Debye, Nernst, v. Smoluchowski, Sommci fcid, Lorentz and others, largely concerned with the developments of the Quantum-T heory.] Report of theB ritish Association (1913) at Birmingham. Section A. Discussion on Radiation; pp. 376-386. [D iscussion by Lorentz, Pringsheim, Love and Larmor. Opening by Jeans.] Max Planck: A cht Vorlesungen liber Theoretische Physik. (S. Hirzel, Leipzig, 1910.) [T he fifth and sixth lectures deal with Planck sform of the Quantum-T heory.] Jlenri Poincare: Dernieres pensees. (F lammarion, Paris, 1913.) [A nessay, entitled Lhypothese des Quanta, gives in a non-technical form Poincare sfinal judgment on the Quantum-T(Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)About the Publisher Forgotten Books is a publisher of historical writings, such as: Philosophy, Classics, Science, Religion, History, Folklore and Mythology.Forgotten Books' Classic Reprint Series utilizes the latest technology to regenerate facsimiles of historically important writings. Careful attention has been made to accurately preserve the original format of each page whilst digitally enhancing the aged text.
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