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In April 1932, about forty mostly young scientists attended Niels Bohr's Copenhagen Institute for their week-long once-a-year freewheeling physics conference.

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Type Non-Fiction
Genre Biography
Title Faust In Copenhagen
Author Gino Segre
All Authors Gino Segre
EAN 9781845951313
Publisher Pimlico
ISBN 184595131X

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Listed on Ciao since 30/07/2009

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