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gebundene Ausgabe 563 Seiten Gebundene Ausgabe Das hier angebotene Buch stammt aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und trägt die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Der Buchzustand ist ansonsten sehr ordentlich. Acknowledgments Preface Part 1 A Remarkable Person in a Very Special Epoch Chapter 1 H. A. Kramers: Why a Biography? Chapter 2 The Classical Synthesis: Lorentz Chapter 3 The Unraveling of Classical Physics: Planck and Einstein Chapter 4 Conflicts and the Basic Incompatibility Chapter 5 Bohr: Success and Ambiguity in a Period of Transition Chapter 6 Bohr, the Photon, and Kramers Chapter 7 The Bohr Institute: Pauli and Heisenberg Chapter 8 From Virtual Oscillators to Quantum Mechanics Chapter 9 The Revolution in Progress Notes for Part 1 http://d-nb.info/871015560Xll Part 2 Living Through a Revolution Chapter 10 A Hesitant Start with an Unusual Twist I. Youth and General Background II. The Leiden Years (1912-1916) III. The Arnhem Interlude Chapter 11 The Early Copenhagen Years: From Student to Apostle I. Summary: Between Leiden and Copenhagen II. The Initial Contacts Between Kramers and Bohr III. Elaboration and Extensions of the Bohr Theory IV. Kramers' Contribution to the Bohr Theory: The Thesis V. The Changing Status of Kramers VI. How Parsimonious the Emotions? Chapter 12 From Apostle to Prophet: Hints of Trouble to Come I. Helium: The First Failure II. More Problems: What Is the Right Direction? III. The "Virtual" Encounter of Kramers and Heisenberg IV. The Gospel According to Kramers and Hoist V. The Great X-Ray Paper: The Last Success Chapter 13 The Multifarious Consequences of a Desperation Revolution I. The Struggle About the Photon II. The Kramers Dispersion Theory: Not a Consequence but a Success A. The Unreliability of Chronology B. Dispersion Theory: Background and Basic Ideas C. The Kramers Derivation III. The Bohr-Kramers-Slater Theory A. Background: Slater's Ideas B. Bohr-Kramers-Slater: The Interplay of Personalities C. The Bohr-Kramers-Slater Theory: Basic Ideas D. The BKS Theory: Reflections and Second Thoughts E. The Compton Effect in the BKS Theory F. The Intellectual Framework of Kramers' Physics G. Kramers' Personal Elaborations H. The Reception of the Theory I. The Crash IV. The Road to Quantum Mechanics: The Changing of the Guard A. The Kramers-Heisenberg Dispersion Theory Paper: Background and Chronology B. General Approach Between Virtual Oscillators and Matrices C. Technical Matters: The Old Method and New Puzzles D. From Virtual Oscillators to Matrices: Heisenberg Goes It Alone E. The Personalities of Pauli, Heisenberg, and Kramers: The Strange Path from Deference to Ridicule to Doubt Contents xiii F. The Changing Patterns 276 G. Why Didn't Kramers Discover Quantum Mechanics? 285 Chapter 14 The Curious Copenhagen Interlude 289 I. The Events 289 II. Recollections and Some Documentation 291 III. Conclusions 295 Notes for Part 2 299 Part 3 Waiting for a Revolution That Did Not Happen Chapter 15 The Search for Identity in Changing Times 311 I. The Move to Utrecht 311 II. The Change in Style and Mood 314 III. The Scope of Kramers'Activities 319 IV. Kramers' Contributions to Statistical Mechanics 321 Chapter 16 The Recurrent Theme: Electrons and Radiation 325 I. Kramers' Approach: The Legacy of Lorentz and Bohr 325 A. Lorentz's Influence 325 B. Kramers' Uneasiness with the Dirac Radiation Theory 332 C. The Chronology of an Obsession 338 II. The Struggle Toward a Consistent Theory 344 A. The Construction of the "First" Kramers' Hamiltonian 344 B. Further Elaborations of Kramers'Ideas 357 III. The Story of Two Conferences: Shelter Island and Solvay 372 A. The Pre-Shelter Island Status: The April 1944 Lecture 372 B. The Shelter Island Conference: Kramers' Presentation 379 C. The Solvay Report: Culmination and Termination of Kramers' Program 391 D. Culmination or Oblivion: Van Kampen's Thesis 402 IV. Retrospect: The Postponed Recognition 410 A. The Lamb Shift: How High the Stakes 410 B. The Convoluted Recognition 421 C. What Went Wrong? Can One Be Too Principled? 426 Notes for Part 3 - 433 Part 4 Kramers as a Person and a Scientist: Conflict or Harmony? Chapter 17 Personality and Style 441 I. The Assessments: Public and Personal 441 II. The Conundrum of the Near Misses 446 A. The Role of Near Misses 446 B. The Litany of Near Misses 449 xiv Contents C. Interlude: Near Miss Number 9—The S Matrix Incident 453 D. Near Misses Concluded: Omissions and Style 458 III. Elements of Kramers'Scientific Style 461 A. The Role of Fear and Courage 461 B. Characteristics of Kramers' Scientific Style 464 C. The Role of Mathematics, Structures, Abstractions 466 IV. Personal Matters 470 A. Some Personal Traits 470 B. The Surroundings 474 C. The Interpersonal Relations 477 D. Fear and Decency 484 Chapter 18 Obligation and Duty 488 I. 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The Arnhem Interlude Chapter 11 The Early Copenhagen Years: From Student to Apostle I. Summary: Between Leiden and Copenhagen II. The Initial Contacts Between Kramers and Bohr III. Elaboration and Extensions of the Bohr Theory IV. Kramers' Contribution to the Bohr Theory: The Thesis V. The Changing Status of Kramers VI. How Parsimonious the Emotions? Chapter 12 From Apostle to Prophet: Hints of Trouble to Come I. Helium: The First Failure II. More Problems: What Is the Right Direction? III. The "Virtual" Encounter of Kramers and Heisenberg IV. The Gospel According to Kramers and Hoist V. The Great X-Ray Paper: The Last Success Chapter 13 The Multifarious Consequences of a Desperation Revolution I. The Struggle About the Photon II. The Kramers Dispersion Theory: Not a Consequence but a Success A. The Unreliability of Chronology B. Dispersion Theory: Background and Basic Ideas C. The Kramers Derivation III. The Bohr-Kramers-Slater Theory A. Background: Slater's Ideas B. Bohr-Kramers-Slater: The Interplay of Personalities C. The Bohr-Kramers-Slater Theory: Basic Ideas D. The BKS Theory: Reflections and Second Thoughts E. The Compton Effect in the BKS Theory F. The Intellectual Framework of Kramers' Physics G. Kramers' Personal Elaborations H. The Reception of the Theory I. The Crash IV. The Road to Quantum Mechanics: The Changing of the Guard A. The Kramers-Heisenberg Dispersion Theory Paper: Background and Chronology B. General Approach Between Virtual Oscillators and Matrices C. Technical Matters: The Old Method and New Puzzles D. From Virtual Oscillators to Matrices: Heisenberg Goes It Alone E. The Personalities of Pauli, Heisenberg, and Kramers: The Strange Path from Deference to Ridicule to Doubt Contents xiii F. The Changing Patterns 276 G. Why Didn't Kramers Discover Quantum Mechanics? 285 Chapter 14 The Curious Copenhagen Interlude 289 I. The Events 289 II. Recollections and Some Documentation 291 III. Conclusions 295 Notes for Part 2 299 Part 3 Waiting for a Revolution That Did Not Happen Chapter 15 The Search for Identity in Changing Times 311 I. The Move to Utrecht 311 II. The Change in Style and Mood 314 III. The Scope of Kramers'Activities 319 IV. Kramers' Contributions to Statistical Mechanics 321 Chapter 16 The Recurrent Theme: Electrons and Radiation 325 I. Kramers' Approach: The Legacy of Lorentz and Bohr 325 A. Lorentz's Influence 325 B. Kramers' Uneasiness with the Dirac Radiation Theory 332 C. The Chronology of an Obsession 338 II. The Struggle Toward a Consistent Theory 344 A. The Construction of the "First" Kramers' Hamiltonian 344 B. Further Elaborations of Kramers'Ideas 357 III. The Story of Two Conferences: Shelter Island and Solvay 372 A. The Pre-Shelter Island Status: The April 1944 Lecture 372 B. The Shelter Island Conference: Kramers' Presentation 379 C. The Solvay Report: Culmination and Termination of Kramers' Program 391 D. 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gebundene Ausgabe 563 Seiten Gebundene Ausgabe Das hier angebotene Buch stammt aus einer teilaufgelösten wissenschaftlichen Bibliothek und trägt die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Der Buchzustand ist ansonsten sehr ordentlich. Acknowledgments Preface Part 1 A Remarkable Person in a Very Special Epoch Chapter 1 H. A. Kramers: Why a Biography? Chapter 2 The Classical Synthesis: Lorentz Chapter 3 The Unraveling of Classical Physics: Planck and Einstein Chapter 4 Conflicts and the Basic Incompatibility Chapter 5 Bohr: Success and Ambiguity in a Period of Transition Chapter 6 Bohr, the Photon, and Kramers Chapter 7 The Bohr Institute: Pauli and Heisenberg Chapter 8 From Virtual Oscillators to Quantum Mechanics Chapter 9 The Revolution in Progress Notes for Part 1 http://d-nb.info/871015560Xll Part 2 Living Through a Revolution Chapter 10 A Hesitant Start with an Unusual Twist I. Youth and General Background II. The Leiden Years (1912-1916) III. The Arnhem Interlude Chapter 11 The Early Copenhagen Years: From Student to Apostle I. Summary: Between Leiden and Copenhagen II. The Initial Contacts Between Kramers and Bohr III. Elaboration and Extensions of the Bohr Theory IV. Kramers' Contribution to the Bohr Theory: The Thesis V. The Changing Status of Kramers VI. How Parsimonious the Emotions? Chapter 12 From Apostle to Prophet: Hints of Trouble to Come I. Helium: The First Failure II. More Problems: What Is the Right Direction? III. The "Virtual" Encounter of Kramers and Heisenberg IV. The Gospel According to Kramers and Hoist V. The Great X-Ray Paper: The Last Success Chapter 13 The Multifarious Consequences of a Desperation Revolution I. The Struggle About the Photon II. The Kramers Dispersion Theory: Not a Consequence but a Success A. The Unreliability of Chronology B. Dispersion Theory: Background and Basic Ideas C. The Kramers Derivation III. The Bohr-Kramers-Slater Theory A. Background: Slater's Ideas B. Bohr-Kramers-Slater: The Interplay of Personalities C. The Bohr-Kramers-Slater Theory: Basic Ideas D. The BKS Theory: Reflections and Second Thoughts E. The Compton Effect in the BKS Theory F. The Intellectual Framework of Kramers' Physics G. Kramers' Personal Elaborations H. The Reception of the Theory I. The Crash IV. The Road to Quantum Mechanics: The Changing of the Guard A. The Kramers-Heisenberg Dispersion Theory Paper: Background and Chronology B. General Approach Between Virtual Oscillators and Matrices C. Technical Matters: The Old Method and New Puzzles D. From Virtual Oscillators to Matrices: Heisenberg Goes It Alone E. The Personalities of Pauli, Heisenberg, and Kramers: The Strange Path from Deference to Ridicule to Doubt Contents xiii F. The Changing Patterns 276 G. Why Didn't Kramers Discover Quantum Mechanics? 285 Chapter 14 The Curious Copenhagen Interlude 289 I. The Events 289 II. Recollections and Some Documentation 291 III. Conclusions 295 Notes for Part 2 299 Part 3 Waiting for a Revolution That Did Not Happen Chapter 15 The Search for Identity in Changing Times 311 I. The Move to Utrecht 311 II. The Change in Style and Mood 314 III. The Scope of Kramers'Activities 319 IV. Kramers' Contributions to Statistical Mechanics 321 Chapter 16 The Recurrent Theme: Electrons and Radiation 325 I. Kramers' Approach: The Legacy of Lorentz and Bohr 325 A. Lorentz's Influence 325 B. Kramers' Uneasiness with the Dirac Radiation Theory 332 C. The Chronology of an Obsession 338 II. The Struggle Toward a Consistent Theory 344 A. The Construction of the "First" Kramers' Hamiltonian 344 B. Further Elaborations of Kramers'Ideas 357 III. The Story of Two Conferences: Shelter Island and Solvay 372 A. The Pre-Shelter Island Status: The April 1944 Lecture 372 B. The Shelter Island Conference: Kramers' Presentation 379 C. The Solvay Report: Culmination and Termination of Kramers' Program 391 D. Culmination or Oblivion: Van Kampen's Thesis 402 IV. Retrospect: The Postponed Recognition 410 A. The Lamb Shift: How High the Stakes 410 B. The Convoluted Recognition 421 C. What Went Wrong? Can One Be Too Principled? 426 Notes for Part 3 - 433 Part 4 Kramers as a Person and a Scientist: Conflict or Harmony? Chapter 17 Personality and Style 441 I. The Assessments: Public and Personal 441 II. The Conundrum of the Near Misses 446 A. The Role of Near Misses 446 B. The Litany of Near Misses 449 xiv Contents C. Interlude: Near Miss Number 9—The S Matrix Incident 453 D. Near Misses Concluded: Omissions and Style 458 III. Elements of Kramers'Scientific Style 461 A. The Role of Fear and Courage 461 B. Characteristics of Kramers' Scientific Style 464 C. The Role of Mathematics, Structures, Abstractions 466 IV. Personal Matters 470 A. Some Personal Traits 470 B. The Surroundings 474 C. The Interpersonal Relations 477 D. Fear and Decency 484 Chapter 18 Obligation and Duty 488 I. The Equivocal Role of Religion 488 II. Obligation and Duty 490 III. The Special Role of Teaching 491 IV. Duty: The War and Its Aftermath 498 A. The Wartime 498 B. Kramers' Work in the United Nations 501 Chapter 19 Kramers' Self-image 506 I. Kramers and the Psychology of Physicists 506 II. Kramers' Lecture on Debye: What Is an Ideal Scientific Biography? 512 III. Fragments from Notebooks and Diaries 516 A. From the Notebooks: Science and Scientists 516 B. From the Diaries: The Person and His Demons 520 C. From the Diaries: Personal Entanglements 523 D. The Story of Camilla 528 E. The Poems 532 Chapter 20 Epilogue: Does One Know Better—Understand More? 536 I. The Objective Recognition: Prizes and Awards 536 II. Finale 539 Appendix: Poems 542 Notes for Part 4 546 Index 553, [PU:Springer-Verlag]

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The Arnhem Interlude Chapter 11 The Early Copenhagen Years: From Student to Apostle I. Summary: Between Leiden and Copenhagen II. The Initial Contacts Between Kramers and Bohr III. Elaboration and Extensions of the Bohr Theory IV. Kramers' Contribution to the Bohr Theory: The Thesis V. The Changing Status of Kramers VI. How Parsimonious the Emotions? Chapter 12 From Apostle to Prophet: Hints of Trouble to Come I. Helium: The First Failure II. More Problems: What Is the Right Direction? III. The "Virtual" Encounter of Kramers and Heisenberg IV. The Gospel According to Kramers and Hoist V. The Great X-Ray Paper: The Last Success Chapter 13 The Multifarious Consequences of a Desperation Revolution I. The Struggle About the Photon II. The Kramers Dispersion Theory: Not a Consequence but a Success A. The Unreliability of Chronology B. Dispersion Theory: Background and Basic Ideas C. The Kramers Derivation III. The Bohr-Kramers-Slater Theory A. Background: Slater's Ideas B. Bohr-Kramers-Slater: The Interplay of Personalities C. The Bohr-Kramers-Slater Theory: Basic Ideas D. The BKS Theory: Reflections and Second Thoughts E. The Compton Effect in the BKS Theory F. The Intellectual Framework of Kramers' Physics G. Kramers' Personal Elaborations H. The Reception of the Theory I. The Crash IV. The Road to Quantum Mechanics: The Changing of the Guard A. The Kramers-Heisenberg Dispersion Theory Paper: Background and Chronology B. General Approach Between Virtual Oscillators and Matrices C. Technical Matters: The Old Method and New Puzzles D. From Virtual Oscillators to Matrices: Heisenberg Goes It Alone E. The Personalities of Pauli, Heisenberg, and Kramers: The Strange Path from Deference to Ridicule to Doubt Contents xiii F. The Changing Patterns 276 G. Why Didn't Kramers Discover Quantum Mechanics? 285 Chapter 14 The Curious Copenhagen Interlude 289 I. The Events 289 II. Recollections and Some Documentation 291 III. Conclusions 295 Notes for Part 2 299 Part 3 Waiting for a Revolution That Did Not Happen Chapter 15 The Search for Identity in Changing Times 311 I. The Move to Utrecht 311 II. The Change in Style and Mood 314 III. The Scope of Kramers'Activities 319 IV. Kramers' Contributions to Statistical Mechanics 321 Chapter 16 The Recurrent Theme: Electrons and Radiation 325 I. Kramers' Approach: The Legacy of Lorentz and Bohr 325 A. Lorentz's Influence 325 B. Kramers' Uneasiness with the Dirac Radiation Theory 332 C. The Chronology of an Obsession 338 II. The Struggle Toward a Consistent Theory 344 A. The Construction of the "First" Kramers' Hamiltonian 344 B. Further Elaborations of Kramers'Ideas 357 III. The Story of Two Conferences: Shelter Island and Solvay 372 A. The Pre-Shelter Island Status: The April 1944 Lecture 372 B. The Shelter Island Conference: Kramers' Presentation 379 C. The Solvay Report: Culmination and Termination of Kramers' Program 391 D. Culmination or Oblivion: Van Kampen's Thesis 402 IV. Retrospect: The Postponed Recognition 410 A. The Lamb Shift: How High the Stakes 410 B. The Convoluted Recognition 421 C. What Went Wrong? Can One Be Too Principled? 426 Notes for Part 3 - 433 Part 4 Kramers as a Person and a Scientist: Conflict or Harmony? Chapter 17 Personality and Style 441 I. The Assessments: Public and Personal 441 II. The Conundrum of the Near Misses 446 A. The Role of Near Misses 446 B. The Litany of Near Misses 449 xiv Contents C. Interlude: Near Miss Number 9-The S Matrix Incident 453 D. Near Misses Concluded: Omissions and Style 458 III. Elements of Kramers'Scientific Style 461 A. The Role of Fear and Courage 461 B. Characteristics of Kramers' Scientific Style 464 C. The Role of Mathematics, Structures, Abstractions 466 IV. Personal Matters 470 A. Some Personal Traits 470 B. The Surroundings 474 C. The Interpersonal Relations 477 D. Fear and Decency 484 Chapter 18 Obligation and Duty 488 I. The Equivocal Role of Religion 488 II. Obligation and Duty 490 III. The Special Role of Teaching 491 IV. Duty: The War and Its Aftermath 498 A. The Wartime 498 B. Kramers' Work in the United Nations 501 Chapter 19 Kramers' Self-image 506 I. Kramers and the Psychology of Physicists 506 II. Kramers' Lecture on Debye: What Is an Ideal Scientific Biography? 512 III. Fragments from Notebooks and Diaries 516 A. From the Notebooks: Science and Scientists 516 B. From the Diaries: The Person and His Demons 520 C. From the Diaries: Personal Entanglements 523 D. The Story of Camilla 528 E. The Poems 532 Chapter 20 Epilogue: Does One Know Better-Understand More? 536 I. The Objective Recognition: Prizes and Awards 536 II. Finale 539 Appendix: Poems 542 Notes for Part 4 546 Index 553, 563 Seiten gebundene Ausgabe

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