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Lecture of Paul A. M. Dirac on quantum physics presented in France
Foundations of Quantum Mechanics
Non-commutative algebra in the physical world
Notes from Lecture of Paul A. M. Dirac at 1971 Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
Basic Beliefs and Prejudices in Physics
Pretty Mathematics
How the idea of antimatter arose
God and the Big Bang
Notes from Lecture of Paul A. M. Dirac given in India
Road that Led to Antimatter
Paul Dirac's handwritten answers to a mathematics exam
University of Bristol. Faculty of Engineering.Terminal Examinations. Dec: 1920.
Paul Dirac's handwritten solutions to mathematical equations
Philosophical writing on science learning
Fourier's Series.
Dirac's handwritten mathematical notes
Relation Between Classical and Quantum Mechanics
Elements of Quantum Mechanics
Alternative Method
Group Theory
La Theorie Mathematique de la Nouvelle Mecanique
Heisenberg and Pauli
principles of quantum mechanics, Chapter 1
principles of quantum mechanics, Chapter 2
principles of quantum mechanics, preface and table of contents
Dissertation of Paul A. M. Dirac for Ph.D. degree
Electrons and the Vacuum
Theory of the Positron
Lecture of Paul A. M. Dirac at the Solvay Conference on Physics, 1927
Use of projective geometry in physical theory
Thermodynamics.
Body Falling through a Resisting Medium.
Electron Exchange
Theory and Systematique of Molecular Forces
Relativity
Heisenberg Theory
Heisenberg's Analysis of Spectroscopic Data
Exercise Book
Dirac equation
Solution of general cubic and quartic equations
"All given identities are normal": Observations and Identities
"The deduction could be written": Continuation of a problem
Theory of Magnetic Poles
Conditions for Statistical Equilibrium Between Atoms, Electrons and Radiation
Atomic Space
Paul Dirac's complete Answer-Book and attached supplementary pages for a University of Bristol mathematics exam
Letter to Paul Dirac from P. J. Spicer including a letter to The Clarendon Press of Oxford University
Letter to Paul Dirac from M. J. Desai regarding the acceptance of the invitation to India
Letter to Paul Dirac from M. L. Gupta
Letter to Paul Dirac from S. Shanmugadhasan

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