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Max Planck Und Die Moderne Physik

Max Planck Und Die Moderne Physik (Hardback)

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Max Planck (1858-1947) zahlt zu den herausragenden Physikern des zwanzigsten Jahrhunderts. Seine Quantenhypothese aus dem Jahre 1900 wurde zur Grundlage fur die Entwicklung der Quantentheorie und bildet eine der zentralen Saulen der modernen Physik. Obwohl heute fast nur noch als Vater der Quantentheorie wahrgenommen, ist Plancks physikalisches Wirken damit keineswegs erschopfend charakterisiert. Seine Beitrage zur Thermodynamik und insbesondere zum Entropiebegriff begrundeten seinen Ruf als einer der fuhrenden theoretischen Physiker seiner Zeit und schlugen zugleich die Brucke zu seinen Untersuchungen zur Theorie der Warmestrahlung, die ihn zum Planckschen Wirkungsquantum und zur Quantenhypothese fuhren sollte. Daruber hinaus haben aber auch noch viele andere Gebiete der theoretischen Physik wichtige Impulse von ihm empfangen. So gehorte er zu den fruhen Forderern der Relativitatstheorie und des jungen Einstein, hat er mit der Fokker-Planck-Gleichung eine der Grundgleichungen fur die Physik stochastischer Systeme geliefert.Mit dem vorliegenden Buch, das auf ein Symposium des Fachverbandes Geschichte der Physik der Deutschen Physikalischen anlasslich des 150. Geburtstage von Max Planck zuruck geht, versuchen anerkannte Physikhistoriker das gesamte Spektrum von Plancks physikalischem Schaffen herauszuarbeiten und seine Bedeutung fur die Entwicklung der modernen Physik umfassend zu wurdigen."

Art, Fashion & Photography Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg GmbH & Co. KG Publication Date: 17/03/2010 ISBN-13: 9783540878445  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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