Erwin Schrodinger and the Quantum Revolution

Erwin Schrodinger and the Quantum Revolution by John Gribbin 1118299264 9781118299265
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A lively, fascinating biography of the father of quantum mechanics by the bestselling author of the science classic, In Search of Schrdingers Cat

Erwin Schrdinger, best known for his famous "Schrdingers Cat" paradox, is one of the most famous physicists of the early twentieth century and a member of a new generation of quantum physicists, including Werner Heisenberg, Paul Dirac, and Niels Bohr. Yet Schrdingers scientific discoveries only scratch the surface of what makes him so fascinating. More rumpled than Einstein, a devotee of eastern religion and philosophy, and infamous for his alternative lifestyle, his major contribution to physics--and the work for which he received the Nobel Prize in 1933--was to some extent a disappointment to him. Regardless, Schrdingers masterpiece became an important part of the new physics of his time. This book tells the story of Schrdingers surprisingly colorful life during one of the most fertile and creative moments in the history of science.

  • The first accessible, in-depth biography of the Nobel Prize-winning Austrian physicist Erwin Schrdinger
  • Takes you into the heart of the quantum revolution and explains the captivating world of quantum mechanics, which underpins all of modern science
  • Written by bestselling author John Gribbin, one of todays greatest popular science writers whose other books include In Search of Schrdingers Cat , In Search of the Multiverse, and Alone in the Universe

Author: John Gribbin

Language: English

Edition: 1

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 336

Publisher: Wiley

Publication Date: 2013-04-01


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