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Annalen Der Physik

Thermodynamic fluctuations and statistical physics Albert Einsteins first paper submitted in 1900 to Annalen de...


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The Annus Mirabilis in Physics - Albert Einstein and the Year 1905

The Annus Mirabilis in Physics - Albert Einstein and the Year 1905. An on this very day, June 30 1905, Albert Einstein delivered his third paper in this year "Zur Elektrodynamik bewegter Körper" (On the Electrodynamics of Moving Bodies) at the editorial department of the Annalen der Physik. It was the most important paper of the four papers of the Annus Mirabilis and laid the foundations of his special theory of relativity.


13 Early papers by Albert Einstein, in 8 vol. of Annalen der Physik...c.1902-1906

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On this day in 1905, Albert Einstein published his special theory of relativity in Annalen der Physik, a major physics journal. His revolutionary ideas sparked the scientific community and others throughout the world, becoming the basis for modern physics. This easy to understand animation explains all of Einstein's theory, covering both special and general relativity.

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14 Rare Photos Of Albert Einstein That You've Probably Never Seen Before

On 25 November 1915, in the journal Annalen der Physik, Albert Einstein published the theory which would make him famous.


Annalen der Physik Special Issue: Dark Matter

September 27, 1905 – The journal Annalen der Physik received Albert Einstein's paper introducing the equation E=mc².

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