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shaken by the French physicist Louis de Broglie, who suggested in his doctoral dissertation that the wave-particle duality applies not only to light but to a particle as well. De Broglie proposed that any object has wavelike properties. In particular, he showed that the orbits and energies of the hydrogen atom: The laws of quantum mechanics. Louis-Victor de Broglie () PARIS. A translation of: RECHERCHES SUR LA THE´ORIE DES QUANTA (Ann. de Phys., 10e serie,´ t. III (Janvier-F´evrier ). by: A. F. Kracklauer c AFK, Contents List of Figures iii Preface to German translation v Introduction 1 Historical survey 2. Abstract In his famous doctoral dissertation, de Broglie assumed that a mas- sive particle is surrounded in its rest frame by a standing wave. He argued that as observed from another inertial frame this wave becomes the superluminal wave now known as the de Broglie wave.

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shaken by the French physicist Louis de Broglie, who suggested in his doctoral dissertation that the wave-particle duality applies not only to light but to a particle as well. De Broglie proposed that any object has wavelike properties. In particular, he showed that the orbits and energies of the hydrogen atom: The laws of quantum mechanics. Louis-Victor de Broglie () PARIS. A translation of: RECHERCHES SUR LA THE´ORIE DES QUANTA (Ann. de Phys., 10e serie,´ t. III (Janvier-F´evrier ). by: A. F. Kracklauer c AFK, Contents List of Figures iii Preface to German translation v Introduction 1 Historical survey 2. Abstract In his famous doctoral dissertation, de Broglie assumed that a mas- sive particle is surrounded in its rest frame by a standing wave. He argued that as observed from another inertial frame this wave becomes the superluminal wave now known as the de Broglie wave.

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shaken by the French physicist Louis de Broglie, who suggested in his doctoral dissertation that the wave-particle duality applies not only to light but to a particle as well. De Broglie proposed that any object has wavelike properties. In particular, he showed that the orbits and energies of the hydrogen atom: The laws of quantum mechanics. Louis-Victor de Broglie () PARIS. A translation of: RECHERCHES SUR LA THE´ORIE DES QUANTA (Ann. de Phys., 10e serie,´ t. III (Janvier-F´evrier ). by: A. F. Kracklauer c AFK, Contents List of Figures iii Preface to German translation v Introduction 1 Historical survey 2. Abstract In his famous doctoral dissertation, de Broglie assumed that a mas- sive particle is surrounded in its rest frame by a standing wave. He argued that as observed from another inertial frame this wave becomes the superluminal wave now known as the de Broglie wave.

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shaken by the French physicist Louis de Broglie, who suggested in his doctoral dissertation that the wave-particle duality applies not only to light but to a particle as well. De Broglie proposed that any object has wavelike properties. In particular, he showed that the orbits and energies of the hydrogen atom: The laws of quantum mechanics. Louis-Victor de Broglie () PARIS. A translation of: RECHERCHES SUR LA THE´ORIE DES QUANTA (Ann. de Phys., 10e serie,´ t. III (Janvier-F´evrier ). by: A. F. Kracklauer c AFK, Contents List of Figures iii Preface to German translation v Introduction 1 Historical survey 2. Abstract In his famous doctoral dissertation, de Broglie assumed that a mas- sive particle is surrounded in its rest frame by a standing wave. He argued that as observed from another inertial frame this wave becomes the superluminal wave now known as the de Broglie wave.

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Abstract In his famous doctoral dissertation, de Broglie assumed that a mas- sive particle is surrounded in its rest frame by a standing wave. He argued that as observed from another inertial frame this wave becomes the superluminal wave now known as the de Broglie wave. shaken by the French physicist Louis de Broglie, who suggested in his doctoral dissertation that the wave-particle duality applies not only to light but to a particle as well. De Broglie proposed that any object has wavelike properties. In particular, he showed that the orbits and energies of the hydrogen atom: The laws of quantum mechanics. Louis-Victor de Broglie () PARIS. A translation of: RECHERCHES SUR LA THE´ORIE DES QUANTA (Ann. de Phys., 10e serie,´ t. III (Janvier-F´evrier ). by: A. F. Kracklauer c AFK, Contents List of Figures iii Preface to German translation v Introduction 1 Historical survey 2.