Lecture 2

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By the 1920s, physicists were driving to synthesize early quantum ideas into a consistent theory. In Lecture 2, Professor Bethe relates the exciting theoretical and experimental breakthroughs that led to modern quantum mechanics. Professor Bethe offers personal anecdotes about many of the famous names commonly associated with quantum physics, including Bohr, Heisenberg, Born, Pauli, de Broglie, Schrödinger, and Dirac.
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The slides accompanying this video were taken verbatim from Professor Bethe's transparencies. In a few instances, editorial clarifications have been added. The footage was taped by Cornell Information Technologies (CIT) Distributed Learning Services. Michael Allmendinger was producer/director; Edward Hershey of Cornell Communication and Marketing Services, executive producer; and Dale Corson, technical advisor.
Run time: 43 minutes.
The contents of the "Quantum Physics Made (Relatively) Simple" were originally presented alongside a website, and are intended to both present the lectures in context online, and to facilitate the creation of DVDs of this material.
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1999-05-13
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Internet-First University Press
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quantam physics; Hans Bethe
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