The Theory of Almost Everything: The Standard Model, the Unsung Triumph of Modern PhysicsThe most successful and important theory in physics today, fully explained to general readers
Robert Oerter teaches physics at George Mason University. He received his Ph.D. from the University of Maryland. He has done research in the areas of supergravity, especially as applied to superstring theories, and in the quantum mechanics of chaotic systems. He lives in Maryland. 
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Table des matières
Introduction  1 
The First Unifications  13 
Einsteins Relativity and Noethers Theorem  29 
Droits d'auteur  
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