By Dong-Won Kim
After a concise biographical advent, the booklet examines Nishina's relatives, his early stories, the construction of RIKEN, and the higher eastern physics neighborhood within the early 20th century. It then specializes in Nishina's paintings on the Cavendish Laboratory and on the collage of Göttingen in addition to his extra fruitful learn at Niels Bohr's Institute of Theoretical Physics in Copenhagen. The e-book additionally describes the institution of the Nishina Laboratory at RIKEN, the collaboration among its experimentalists and theoreticians, and the cosmic ray learn of its scientists. The final chapters talk about Nishina's arguable development and operation of 2 cyclotrons at RIKEN in addition to his presidency at RIKEN after international struggle II.
Navigating Nishina's complete lifestyles via quite a few views, this easy-to-read biography can assist you turn into good conversant in this attention-grabbing physicist.
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Yoshio Nishina: Father of Modern Physics in Japan by Dong-Won Kim