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Fri Mar 21 17:11:11 2014 UTClccn-n800381300.06Max Planck0.620.93Max Planck als Philosoph34487615Max_Planckn 80038130420225Planck, MaxPlanck, Max K.Planck, Max K. 1858-1947Planck, Max Karl Ernst LudwigPlanck, Max Karl Ernst Ludwig, 1858-1947.Planck, Maximilian Karl Ernst Ludwig 1858-1947Plank, M. 1858-1947Plank, Maks.Plank, Maks, 1858-1947Планк, Макс, 1858-1947프랑크, 1858-1947.プランク, マクスlccn-no2011072446Ogg, Alexandertrledtcrelccn-n79022889Einstein, Albert1879-1955auiviaf-258018360Johnston, Walter Henry1895-trlcrelccn-n85802027Brose, Henry L.(Henry Leopold)1890-trllccn-n79006489Heilbron, J. L.lccn-n83239384Lorentz, H. A.(Hendrik Antoon)1853-1928hnrlccn-n86125305Murphy, James Vincent1880-1946trledtlccn-n50002905Schrödinger, Erwin1887-1961lccn-n87118380Przibram, Karl1878-comedtlccn-n97080531Duck, Ian1933-Planck, Max1858-1947BiographyRecords and correspondencePlanck, Max,PhysicsPhysicistsPhysics--PhilosophyThermodynamicsScience--PhilosophyGermanyHeat--Radiation and absorptionFree will and determinismCausationQuantum theoryElectromagnetic wavesEinstein, Albert,ScienceElectric wavesGermany (West)GasesWave mechanicsRealityLaue, Max von,Rosenthal-Schneider, Ilse,FriendshipScientistsPasteur, Louis,Faraday, Michael,Darwin, Charles,Spectral energy distributionHeatPhysical opticsDeformations (Mechanics)MagnetismElectricityMathematical physicsDynamicsKafka, Franz,Discourse analysisMechanics, AnalyticLiterature and scienceMendel, Gregor,Fermi, Enrico,Force and energyScience--MethodologyPositivismNewton, Isaac,Lavoisier, Antoine Laurent,EuropePolitical scienceAnti-Nazi movementNational socialism and scienceIrreversible processes18581947185918661874187618771879188018811884188618871889189118921893189418951896189718981899190019011902190319041905190619071908190919101911191219131914191519161917191819191920192119221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013254269472691536.7QC311ocn007284967ocn007285202ocn001902414ocn013128993ocn310858868ocn006855985ocn028444513ocn609745926ocn610331084ocn174912970ocn299889627ocn313310425ocn258258496ocn552228791ocn845907676ocn838297826ocn551494033ocn705595338ocn315505221ocn299889633ocn072537425ocn072573051ocn073618696ocn720253144ocn072435576ocn072483301ocn719248939ocn719167646ocn723082828ocn440292726ocn174710704ocn442544102ocn439998568ocn459240853ocn470805524ocn314274430ocn442413533ocn248286055ocn720998988ocn460300429ocn246594724ocn246594276ocn870902406ocn775730305166674ocn000682903book19030.56Planck, MaxTreatise on thermodynamicsThis classic by the Nobel Laureate is still recognized as one of the best introductions to thermodynamics. A model of conciseness and clarity, it covers fundamental facts and definitions, first and second fundamental principles of thermodynamics, applications to special states of equilibrium, and much more. Numerous worked examples. 1917 edition+-+K628111395109840ocn000542838book19140.63Planck, MaxThe theory of heat radiation+-+624036833532485113ocn000670445book19360.56Planck, MaxThe philosophy of physicsMax Planck, the physicist who originated the quantum theory, turns in this volume to a definition of the philosophy of physics, analyzing the task of that science and scrutinizing its achievements in the light of its goals. He deals most exhaustively with a basic problem common to both physics and philosophy, the problem of causality in nature--not because he hopes to solve it at last, but because he feels he cannot avoid it: "Placed at birth in the middle of life, and in order to find our way through this live which is ours whether we want it or not, we try to introduce order into our experience." He discusses the characteristics of a "scientific" idea, its origin and effect, and in closing makes some extremely shrewd remarks on the familiar subject of science versus faith83538ocn000330680book19320.63Planck, MaxWhere is science going?+-+1779753645793101ocn012404120book18970.76Planck, MaxVorlesungen über thermodynamikBiography5463ocn000537663book19670.59Przibram, KarlLetters on wave mechanics: Schrödinger, Planck, Einstein, LorentzRecords and correspondence54619ocn000308109book19600.56Planck, MaxA survey of physical theory (formerly titled: A survey of physics)+-+421321139550329ocn000400299book19490.56Planck, MaxScientific autobiography, and other papersIn this fascinating autobiography from the foremost genius of twentieth-century physics, Max Planck tells the story of his life, his aims, and his thinking. Published posthumously, the papers in this volume were written for the general reader and make accessible his scientific theories as well as his philosophical ideals, including his thoughts on ethics and morals. Max (Karl Ernst Ludwig) Planck was a German physicist and philosopher known for his quantum theory, for which he won the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1918. Planck was born in Kiel, Germany, in 1858 to an academic family, and he valued education from a young age. He attended the Universities of Munich and Berlin to study physics under the great scientific leaders Kirchhoff and Helmholtz. His early work mainly focused on the study of thermodynamics, and in 1900 he published a paper on his quantum theory that would change the face of modern physics. Planck worked as a professor at Berlin University his entire life, and he also served as the president of the Kaiser Wilhelm Society for the Promotion of Science. During World War II, Planck experienced great hardships while he remained in Germany but openly opposed the Nazi regime. One of his two sons was executed during this time for an unsuccessful attempt on Hitler's life, and Planck's home in Berlin was eventually bombed. He continued to write on physics and philosophy until his death in 194746317ocn001948586book19310.76Planck, MaxThe universe in the light of modern physics45443ocn003339008book19060.81Planck, MaxVorlesungen über die theorie der wärmestrahlung3508ocn000532239book19720.70Planck, MaxOriginal papers in quantum physics30944ocn010657907book18870.79Planck, MaxDas Princip der Erhaltung der Energie30315ocn000937023book19320.76Planck, MaxThe mechanics of deformable bodies, being volume II of "Introduction to theoretical physics"3029ocn000939706book19320.70Planck, MaxTheory of heat, being volume V of "Introduction to theoretical physics"30010ocn000958604book19320.76Planck, MaxTheory of light; being volume IV of "Introduction to theoretical physics"29715ocn002486863book19320.73Planck, MaxIntroduction to theoretical physics2949ocn000942288book19320.73Planck, MaxTheory of electricity and magnetism, being volume III of "Introduction to theoretical physics"2868ocn000939746book19330.73Planck, MaxGeneral mechanics, being volume I of "Introduction to theoretical physics"27554ocn006893504book19290.63Planck, MaxDas Weltbild der neuen Physik27046ocn001463450book19490.66Planck, MaxVorträge und ErinnerungenReligion / Naturwissenschaft9233ocn012808573book19860.37Heilbron, J. LThe dilemmas of an upright man : Max Planck as spokesman for German scienceHistoryBiographyMax Planck came to prominence after proposing the quantum idea in 1900 and rose steadily to the forefront of scientific leadership in Germany, which retained its lead in science especially in physics, chemistry, and mathematics during the first several decades of the 20th century. A close colleague of Einstein and most major continental scientists of his period, Planck fought a losing battle against overwhelming odds by defying the Nazi regime. Heilbron's biography carefully details the life of this courageous, humane, and brilliant scientist5912ocn826660260com20000.53Duck, Ian100 years of Planck's QuantumHistoryBiographyThis invaluable book takes the reader from Planck's discovery of the quantum in 1900 to the most recent interpretations and applications of nonrelativistic quantum mechanics. The introduction of the quantum idea leads off the prehistory of quantum mechanics, featuring Planck, Einstein, Bohr, Compton, and de Broglie's immortal contributions. Their original discovery papers are featured with explanatory notes and developments in Part 1. The invention of matrix mechanics and quantum mechanics by Heisenberg, Born, Jordan, Dirac, and Schrödinger is presented next, in Part 2. Following that, in Part 3+-+K4589756345472ocn014676418book19490.63Planck, MaxScientific autobiography, and other papers4784ocn006222962book19800.59Rosenthal-Schneider, IlseReality and scientific truth : discussions with Einstein, von Laue, and PlanckRecords and correspondence2842ocn022308216book19900.84Greenberg, Valerie DTransgressive readings : the texts of Franz Kafka and Max PlanckCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+23065672952802ocn808340692com20110.39Newton, Roger GWhy science? to know, to understand, and to rely on resultsBiographyPopular worksThis volume is based on lectures given at the highly successful three-week Summer School on Geometry, Topology and Dynamics of Character Varieties held at the National University of Singapore's Institute for Mathematical Sciences in July 2010. Aimed at graduate students in the early stages of research, the edited and refereed articles comprise an excellent introduction to the subject of the program, much of which is otherwise available only in specialized texts. Topics include hyperbolic structures on surfaces and their degenerations, applications of ping-pong lemmas in various contexts, introductions to Lorenzian and complex hyperbolic geometry, and representation varieties of surface groups into PSL(2, R) and other semi-simple Lie groups. This volume will serve as a useful portal to students and researchers in a vibrant and multi-faceted area of mathematics2051ocn746940521com20060.06Means, RichardMax PlanckJuvenile worksBiographyDalibor Paar presents a brief biographical sketch of German physicist Max Planck (1858-1947). Planck originated and developed the quantum theory2024ocn000870743book19590.86Planck, MaxMax-Planck-Festschrift 1958Articles by: H. Alfvén, D.I. Blochinzew, N. Bohr, L. de Broglie, S. Chandrasekhar, J.L. Destouches, P.A.M. Dirac, V. Fock, L. Infeld, C. Møller, L. Pauling, L. Rosenfeld, W. Rubinowicz, F. Zwicky a.o1899ocn006047040book19380.70Hartmann, HansMax Planck als Mensch und DenkerBiography1422ocn003241123book19770.92University of California, BerkeleyMax Planck : a bibliography of his non-technical writings1261ocn044090567book20000.53Heilbron, J. LThe dilemmas of an upright man : Max Planck and the fortunes of German scienceHistoryBiography+-+14895592151102ocn003495199book19610.79Vogel, HeinrichZum philosophischen Wirken Max Plancks; seine Kritik am Positivismus1092ocn006168105book19670.93Kretzschmar, HermannMax Planck als Philosoph1062ocn001105201book19730.70Hermann, ArminMax Planck in Selbstzeugnissen und BilddokumentenBiography1021ocn056400996visu20030.25Gregory, FrederickHistory of science, 1700-1900HistoryIn the period 1700-1900, kings and empires rose and fell, but science conquered all, taking the world by storm. Yet, as the 1700s began, the mysteries of the universe were pondered by "natural philosophers" whose explanations couldn't help but be influenced by religious thought, and political and social contexts shaping their world. The ideas of the Enlightenment were especially important and influential, and the work of these natural philosophers prepared the way for the more familiar world of science recognized today. The main themes are inquiries into the history of the cosmos and the realm of living things; the attempt to break from occult explanations of chemical phenomena and their persistence in explaining natural phenomena; the proliferation of physical forces discovered and investigated; and the recurring theme of the relationship of God to nature842ocn244701994book20090.06Weir, JaneMax Planck : revolutionary physicistHistoryJuvenile worksBiographyMax Planck didn't listen to his teachers when they told him that science wasn't worth studying and went on to do groundbreaking research in physics, the science that studies matter and energy. His research into heat and how it moves led to his Nobel Prize-winning discovery of the quantum theory, which explains the movement inside atoms. It changed the way scientists understood the world+-+4825901025773ocn239356484book20080.37Hoffmann, DieterMax Planck : die Entstehung der modernen PhysikHistoryBiographyKurzbiografie zu dem weltberühmten Ausnahme-Physiker (1858-1947)752ocn064399533book20060.73Pufendorf, Astrid vonDie Plancks : eine Familie zwischen Patriotismus und Widerstand682ocn166763819book20070.32Fischer, Ernst PeterDer Physiker : Max Planck und das Zerfallen der WeltHistoryBiography644ocn001192480book19480.79Planck, MaxWissenschaftliche Selbstbiographie, mit einem Bildnis und der von Max von Laue gehaltenen TraueranspracheBiography+-+1779753645+-+1779753645Fri Mar 21 16:01:04 EDT 2014batch63080