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Time reversal : an autobiography / Anatole Abragam
Bib ID 1701777
Format BookBook
Author
Abragam, A
 
Uniform Title De la physique avant toute chose. English
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Description Oxford [England] : Clarendon Press ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1989 
373 p., [8] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 0198539266
Full contents
  • Machine derived contents note: PART I: A Russian Childhood
  • 1. PART II: France, Childhood, Adolescence, Youth
  • 2. Mademoiselle Bertin
  • 3. Les Cinq Glorieuses
  • 4. A False Start
  • 5. Masters and Examinations
  • 6. In Search of Research
  • PART III: Man's Estate
  • 7. Armageddon or the Gaieties of the Squadron
  • 8. The Verdigris Years
 
Notes

Translation of: De la physique avant toute chose.

Subjects Abragam, A.  |  Physicists -- Biography.  |  Physicists -- France -- Biography.

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