Subtle Is the Lord: The Science and the Life of Albert Einstein

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Name Index
Note: An asterisk (*) after a name indicates that it receives a fuller treatment in the Subject Index.
Abraham, Max ( 1875-1922), 155-157, 159, 204, 211, 229-232, 234, 235
Adler, Friedrich ( 1879-1960), 11
Allen, Woody ( 1935- ),18
Ampère, André-Marie ( 1775-1836), 246
Arago, Dominique François Jean ( 1786- 1853), 118, 318
Arons, Leo ( 1860-1919), 318
Arrhenius, Svante ( 1859-1927), 504, 508, 510
Aurivillius, Christopher ( 1853-1928), 503, 510
Avenarius, Richard ( 1843-1898), 318
Avogadro, Amedeo ( 1776-1856), 81
Bach, Johann Sebastian ( 1685-1750), 16
Bacher, Robert ( 1905- ), 475
Balmer, Johann Jakob ( 1825-1898), 361
Balzac, Honoré de ( 1799-1850), 16
Bamberger, Edgar ( 1883-1952), 452
Bargmann, Valentin ( 1908- ), 147, 152, 275, 334, 335, 347, 451, 463, 466, 467, 496
Barkla, Charles Glover ( 1877-1944), 506
Barnett, Samuel Jackson ( 1873-1956), 246, 248, 249
Bateman, Harry ( 1882-1946), 435
Becquerel, Jean ( 1878-1953), 163
Beethoven, Ludwig von ( 1770-1827), 16, 38, 183
Ben Gurion, David ( 1886-1973), 11, 315
Bergmann, Peter Gabriel ( 1915- ), 268, 334-336, 341, 347, 496
Bergson, Henri ( 1859-1941), 12, 28, 163, 510
Berlin, Isaiah ( 1909- ), 13
Berliner, Arnold ( 1862-1942), 318
Bernoulli, Daniel ( 1700-1782), 82
Bernstein, Aaron ( 1812-1884), 520
Besso, Michele Angelo ( 1873-1955), 41, 48, 114, 139, 164, 173, 185, 189, 201, 210, 257, 282, 299-301, 303, 405, 411, 452, 467, 473, 477, 483, 485, 521, 530
Bethe, Hans ( 1906- ), 475, 491
Bianchi, Luigi ( 1856-1928), 276
Bloom, Harold ( 1930- ), 170
Blumenfeld, Kurt ( 1884-1963), 315, 476, 525
Bohr,* Niels Henrik David ( 1885-1962), 6-8, 15, 20, 24, 28, 144, 190, 247, 326, 360- 363, 384, 385, 414, 416-421, 425, 441- 448, 454-456, 462, 505, 506, 508, 510, 511, 526, 530
Bois, Henri du, ( 1863-1918), 245, 487
Boltzmann*, Ludwig ( 1844-1906), 19, 44, 55, 56, 59-68, 72-74, 82, 83, 100, 365, 368, 371, 377, 392-394, 424, 426, 430, 488
Bork, Alfred ( 1926- ), 121
Born*, Max ( 1882-1970), 141, 167, 168, 172, 214-216, 232, 302, 306, 316, 397, 405, 412, 420, 421, 442, 443, 460, 461, 464, 467, 515, 518
Bose*, Satyendra Nath ( 1894-1974), 59, 361, 377, 423-431, 435, 438, 441
Bothe, Walther ( 1891-1957), 421, 435, 518
Boyd, Julian ( 1903-1980), 147
Bragg, William Henry ( 1862-1942), 505
Bragg, William Laurence ( 1890-1971), 505
Braginsky, Vladimir, 217, 278, 279
Brahms, Johannes ( 1833-1897), 16
Braun, Ferdinand ( 1850-1918), 505
Brecht, Bertolt ( 1898-1956), 16
Briand, Aristide ( 1862-1932), 320
Brill, Alfred ( 1885-1949), 154, 318
Brillouin, Léon ( 1889-1969), 435
Brillouin, Marcel ( 1854-1948), 505, 510
Broch, Hermann ( 1886-1951), 16, 513, 518
Broglie, Louis de ( 1892- ), 20, 357, 361, 421, 435-439, 444, 515, 516
Broglie, Maurice de ( 1875-1960), 435
Brown, Herbert Runham ( 1879-1949), 12, 516
Brown, Robert ( 1773-1858), 86, 93
Brunschvicg, Léon ( 1869-1944), 163
Brush, Stephen ( 1935- ), 121
Bucherer, Alfred ( 1863-1927), 159
Buchner, Friedrich ( 1824-1899), 520
Bucky, Gustav ( 1880-1963), 477, 483, 495

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