Lehrbuch der Experimentalphysik/ 4, Bestandteile der Materie by Ludwig Bergmann, Clemens Schaefer, Herausgegeben Von Wilhelm

By Ludwig Bergmann, Clemens Schaefer, Herausgegeben Von Wilhelm Raith, Mit Beitragen Von H. Kleinpoppen, N. Risch, M. Fink

Bergmann L., Schaefer C., Herausgegeben Von Wilhelm Raith., Mit Beitragen Von H. Kleinpoppen., Risch N., Fink M. Lehrbuch Der Experimentalphysik.. Band 4.. Bestandteile Der Materie (Walter De Gruyter Inc, 2004)(ISBN 3110168006)

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A s this is a sort o f close-up sketch, for the purpose o f bringing the personality o f the author o f the quantum theory vividly before the mind o f the reader, I shall conclude with a few remarks on Planck’s per­ sonal standing among his colleagues. H e is undoubtedly the most popular figure in the academic world o f G er­ many. Indeed one may say without the slightest fear o f exaggeration that he is the beloved o f his colleagues. Professor Som m erfeld o f M unich, whose name is also renowned in the realm o f quantum physics, wrote o f Planck some time ago: “ H is doctor’s diploma (in 1879) bore the superscription Summa Cum L aude.

W hile doing this I shall take into account also the cooperative work done by scientists in other countries. And if I mention certain names, while leaving out many others quite as eminent if not more so, these names w ill be cited merely as land­ marks to indicate a particular stage or turning-point, without any suggestion whatsoever o f making a personal valuation o f the work done by the scientist mentioned. L et us take the year 1880 as our starting-point. A t that time four great names shone out above all others to illum inate the direction along which physical inquiry was advancing.

A nd indeed, though a scientist and a perfectly practical man o f the world and an up-to-date gentleman in manner and dress and also a sportsman, who climbed the Jungfrau to cele­ brate his seventy-second birthday a few years ago— still one often thinks o f him in conjunction with Beethoven, I don’t know why, and one remembers that at the beginning o f Planck’s career there was a question whether he would develop the musical side o f his genius or the scientific side. H e developed the latter. But he could not develop the one without en­ riching the other also, because the pursuit o f theoretical science demands as its first prerequisite the construc­ tive imagination o f the artist.

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