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Section II

Old Quantum Theory and Statistics

Session Chair: Arne Schirrmacher, Christoph Lehner
Speakers: Matthew Konieczny, Michael Eckert, C. Gearhart, M. Badino and B. Friedrich, Enric P. Canals and T. Sauer

Michael Eckert

Sommerfeld's Munich Quantum School

Sommerfeld's Munich Quantum School

Although no history of quantum physics fails to mention Arnold Sommerfeld as one of its major architects (Bohr-Sommerfeld-model, Sommerfeld’s More Sommerfeld's Munich Quantum School

Clayton Gearhart

Fritz Reiche's 1921 Quantum Theory Textbook

Fritz Reiche's 1921 Quantum Theory Textbook

“Astonishing successes.” “Bitter disappointment.” With these words, the German physicist Fritz Reiche (1883–1969) summed up the state of quantum theory More Fritz Reiche's 1921 Quantum Theory Textbook

Enric Perez Canals, Tilman Sauer

Einstein's Quantum Theory of the Monatomic Ideal Gas: Non-statistical Arguments for a New Statistics

Einstein's Quantum Theory of the Monatomic Ideal Gas: Non-statistical Arguments for a New Statistics

In 1924-1925 Einstein made an important step in the quantization of the ideal gas, i.e. of a system of More Einstein's Quantum Theory of the Monatomic Ideal Gas: Non-statistical Arguments for a New Statistics

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