A Life in ScienceBook - 1994
The dishevelled figure of Albert Einstein is prominent in 20th-century history. This book attempts to elucidate his special and general theories of relativity, as well as electromagnetism, space-time and other mysteries. It aims to enable readers to appreciate the great physicist's achievements by laying out the context in which he developed his theories and the way that they were received. It also links Einstein's political and personal life with the turbulent history of his time, giving readers the background and an insight into this remarkable man.
Publisher: London ; Toronto : Simon & Schuster, 1994
Edition: Rev. ed
Branch Call Number: 530/.092/Einst/-W/1994 359401 1
Characteristics: viii, 279 p. ; 20 cm