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# Einstein's Struggles with Quantum Theory: A Reappraisal by Dipankar Home, Andrew Whitaker โ Free book

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- Author:
**Dipankar Home, Andrew Whitaker** - Year:
**2007** - Publisher:
**Springer** - Language:
**English** - ISBN:
**0387715193,978-0-387-71519-3,978-0-387-71520-9**

- File size:
**3 582 450** - Format:
**pdf**

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