The Britannica Guide to Relativity and Quantum MechanicseBook - 2010
"The oft-referenced "E = mc2" may perhaps be one of the world's most famous equations, but it actually represents only one aspect of the complex branch of physics known as relativity. Together, relativity and quantum mechanics explain both the most cosmic and most elementary relationships and processes of the universe. The profound place that relativity and quantum mechanics occupy in subverting longstanding notions about space, time, matter, and more and the brilliant individuals who advanced study in these fields are the subjects of this volume."-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Chicago, IL USA: Britannica Educational Publishing, 2010
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