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Market: Those interested in the development of 20th-century science. A modest scientific review begun by Cornell University in 1893, The Physical Review is today the most prestigious and wide-ranging collection of archival journals of American physics. To celebrate the centenary of this influential publication, Cornell professor Paul Hartman provides an informal, anecdote-rich history of the journal. This book offers readers a special opportunity to meet the scientists who initiated and nurtured the magazine and revisit landmark papers, abstracts from meetings of the American Physical Society, and articles that chronicled advances in world physics.Hartman, Paul is the author of 'Memoir on the Physical Review A History of the First Hundred Years' with ISBN 9781563962820 and ISBN 1563962829.
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