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Walther Bothe
Walther Bothe, Stuttgart 1935
Walther Bothe, Stuttgart 1935
Mibait Eneru 8, 1891
Oranienburg, Germany
Mete February 8, 1957
Heidelberg, Germany
Bangsa Germany
Alma Mater University of Berlin
Talausuk Academia Max Planck
Bantug a Magaral Hans Ritter von Baeyer
Bantug Coincidence circuit
Bangsa Germany

I Walther Wilhelm Georg Bothe (Eneru 8 1891 inyang OranienburgPebreru 8 1957 king Heidelberg) metung yang Aleman nuclear physicist.

Inyang 1913, mekiabe ya keng bayung lalang a Laboratory para Radioactivity king Reich Physical ampong Technical Institute (PTR), nung nu menatili ya anggang 1930, king tauling banua bilang director ning laboratoriu. Sinuyu ya keng military inyang Mumunang Pangyatung Guerra I maniabt 1914 at kilung de reng Russians, mibalik ya Germany inyang 1920.

Libru sinulat nang Bothe[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Walther Bothe Der Physiker und sein Werkzeug (Gruyter, 1944)
  • Walther Bothe and Siegfried Flügge Kernphysik und kosmische Strahlen. T. 1 (Dieterich, 1948)
  • Walther Bothe Der Streufehler bei der Ausmessung von Nebelkammerbahnen im Magnetfeld (Springer, 1948)
  • Walther Bothe and Siegfried Flügge (editors) Nuclear Physics and Cosmic Rays (FIAT Review of German Science 1939 – 1945, Volumes 13 and 14 (Klemm, 1948) ][1]
  • Walther Bothe Theorie des Doppellinsen-b-Spektrometers (Springer, 1950)
  • Walther Bothe Die Streuung von Elektronen in schrägen Folien (Springer, 1952)
  • Walther Bothe and Siegfried Flügge Kernphysik und kosmische Strahlen. T. 2 (Dieterich, 1953)
  • Karl H. Bauer and Walther Bothe Vom Atom zum Weltsystem (Kröner, 1954)

Akaltan[mag-edit | edit source]

  • Beyerchen, Alan D. Scientists Under Hitler: Politics and the Physics Community in the Third Reich (Yale, 1977) ISBN 0-300-01830-4
  • Walther Bothe The Coincidence Method, The Nobel Prize in Physics 1954, Nobelprize.org (1954). Due to Bothe's illness, this lecture was not delivered orally.
  • Hentschel, Klaus (editor) and Ann M. Hentschel (editorial assistant and translator) Physics and National Socialism: An Anthology of Primary Sources (Birkhäuser, 1996) ISBN 0-8176-5312-0. [This book is a collection of 121 primary German documents relating to physics under National Socialism. The documents have been translated and annotated, and there is a lengthy introduction to put them into perspective.]
  • Kant, Horst Werner Heisenberg and the German Uranium Project / Otto Hahn and the Declarations of Mainau and Göttingen, Preprint 203 (Max-Planck Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, 2002)
  • Macrakis, Kristie Surviving the Swastika: Scientific Research in Nazi Germany (Oxrord, 1993)
  • Mehra, Jagdish, and Helmut Rechenberg The Historical Development of Quantum Theory. Volume 1 Part 2 The Quantum Theory of Planck, Einstein, Bohr and Sommerfeld 1900 – 1925: Its Foundation and the Rise of Its Difficulties. (Springer, 2001) ISBN 0-387-95175-X
  • Mehra, Jagdish and Helmut Rechenberg The Historical Development of Quantum Theory. Volume 6. The Completion of Quantum Mechanics 1926-1941. Part 2. The Conceptual Completion and Extension of Quantum Mechanics 1932-1941. Epilogue: Aspects of the Further Development of Quantum Theory 1942-1999. (Springer, 2001) ISBN 978-0-387-95086-0
  • Walker, Mark German National Socialism and the Quest for Nuclear Power 1939–1949 (Cambridge, 1993) ISBN 0-521-43804-7

Notes[mag-edit | edit source]

  1. There were 50-odd volumes of the FIAT Reviews of German Science, which covered the period 1930 to 1946 – cited by Max von Laue in Document 117, Hentschel, 1996, 393-395. FIAT: Field Information Agencies, Technical.

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