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Matter and Radiation*

Nature volume 128, pages 290292 (22 August 1931) | Download Citation



THE title of this lecture might suggest a discussion of the greater part of physical and chemical science. It is proposed, however, to confine the following remarks to a consideration of certain views and theories concerning the reciprocal inter-conversion of matter and radiant energy.

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