By E. U. Condon, Halis Odabasi
Professor E. U. Condon's the idea of Atomic Spectra was once the 1st finished publication at the electron constitution of atoms, and has develop into a world-renowned vintage. initially released in 1980, Atomic constitution used to be the overdue Professor Condon's ultimate contribution to the literature of this box. accomplished via his colleague and previous pupil Halis Odabşi, this e-book was once one of many first built-in debts of the topic to incorporate such advancements as workforce concept strategies and Racah equipment. furthermore, Professor Condon provides necessary history details at the historical past and improvement of quantum conception. Atomic constitution presents a superb survey of the sector and Professor Condon's exact own insights will make the publication beautiful either to training physicists and complex undergraduate scholars.
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His preferred or at least ‘cheapest’ solution  was to return to the Irish electromagnetic tradition of Fitzgerald and Larmor, with whose names he coupled those of Lorentz and Henri Poincaré. The first sign of this view was the publication of his paper ‘How to teach special relativity’ in 1976 . In this article, he argues that, without making any reservation about the power and precision of Einstein’s approach to special relativity, he thinks that there is an advantage in emphasising the continuity with the earlier years rather than just the radical break.
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