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DATE

1960

AUTHORS

C. Truesdell , R. Toupin

ABSTRACT

Today matter is universally regarded as composed of molecules. Though molecules cannot be discerned by human senses, they may be defined precisely as the smallest portions of a material to exhibit certain of its distinguishing properties, and much of the behavior of individual molecules is predicted satisfactorily by known physical laws. Molecules in their turn are regarded as composed of atoms; these, of nuclei and electrons; and nuclei themselves as composed of certain elementary particles. The behavior of the elementary particles has been reduced, so far, but to a partial subservience to theory. Whether these elementary particles await analysis into still smaller corpuscles remains for the future. More... »

PAGES

226-858

Book

TITLE

Principles of Classical Mechanics and Field Theory / Prinzipien der Klassischen Mechanik und Feldtheorie

ISBN

978-3-540-02547-4
978-3-642-45943-6

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-45943-6_2

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