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Kapitza in Cambridge and Moscow

life and letters of a Russian physicist

by P. L. KapitНЎsa

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Published by North-Holland, Sole distributers for the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, NY, USA .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Soviet Union
    • Subjects:
    • Kapit͡sa, P. L. 1894-,
    • Physicists -- Soviet Union -- Biography,
    • Physicists -- Soviet Union -- Correspondence

    • Edition Notes

      Statementcompiled and edited by J.W. Boag, P.E. Rubinin, D. Shoenberg.
      ContributionsBoag, J. W., 1911-, Rubinin, P. E., Shoenberg, D.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsQC16.K25 A4 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvi, 429 p. :
      Number of Pages429
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1882161M
      ISBN 100444987533, 0444987495
      LC Control Number90042875

      Kapitza in Cambridge and Moscow: life and letters of a Russian physicist / compiled and edited by J.W. Boag, P.E. Rubinin, D. Shoenberg Kapit︠s︡a, P. L. (Petr Leonidovich), [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 17 libraries. University of Cambridge. Department of Physics. Clerk Maxwell Student and obtained PhD in Physics (). Resources Archival Resources Author. Petr L. Kapitsa papers, Institute of Physical Problems. ul. A. N. Kosygina 2, Moscow , Russia. Piotr Leonidovich Kapitza papers, Archives Centre. Churchill College. Cambridge CB3.

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      Kapitza: scientist, survivor and scourge of the bureaucrat Kapitza in Cambridge and Moscow. Life and Letters of a Russian Physicist eds J W Boag, P R Rubinin and D Shoenberg North-Holland pp £hb £pb 'PETER Kapitza was a legendary figure both in Rutherford's Cambridge of the s and s and subsequently in Moscow to the. in the University Library at Cambridge, England,Badashprovesthatundersome lamps one can still find something of value. The role played by Kapitza in the developmentofSovietphysics wasboth practical and symbolic. As the director ofMoscow's Institute ofBasic Physical Problems Kapitza was the founder of one ofthe world's best centers oflow-.


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In Cambridge he was a protegé of Rutherford. Buy Kapitza in Cambridge and Moscow by J.W. Boag, etc. from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: His wife and two children died in the flu epidemic of He subsequently studied in Britain, working for over ten years with Ernest Rutherford in the Cavendish Laboratory at the University of Cambridge, and founding the influential Kapitza club.

He was the first director (–34) of Born: Pyotr Leonidovich Kapitsa, 8 July. Product Type: Book Edition: 1 Volume: 2 First Published: Hardcover: eBook: in Kapitza in Cambridge and Moscow (North-Holland, pp£23). Petr Kapitza was a Russian physicist, a Nobel prizewinner, who had an amazing career spent in Cambridge and Moscow.

F.B. Kedrov's book ignores the fact of Kapitza's involuntary stay ill Soviet Union. His book begins with the ambiguous senitence, "In a rumour started among journalists that P.L Kapitza was in Moscow, that he would not return to Rutherford in England but would stay in the USSR." Justifiably, Kedrov could argue (though he does not) that by mid.

KAPITSA (OR KAPITZA), PETR LEONIDOVICH (b. Kronstadt, Russia, 8 July ; d. Moscow, U.S.S.R, 8 April ), physics of low temperatures, solid-state physics, engineering. Kapitsa contributed to the development of low-temperature physics. His s studies on liquid helium earned a Nobel Prize (). Pyotr Leonidovich Kapitsa or Peter Kapitza (Russian Пётр Леонидович Капица) (8 July [O.S.

26 June] 8 April ) was a leading Soviet physicist and Nobel laureate. Kapitsa was born in Kronstadt, Russian Empire to Leonid Petrovich Kapitsa, a military engineer who constructed fortifications/5. Pyotr Kapitsa Biographical P jotr Leonidovich Kapitsa was born in Kronstadt, near Leningrad, on the 9th Julyson of Leonid Petrovich Kapitsa, military engineer, and Olga Ieronimovna née Stebnitskaia, working in high education and folklore research.

Kapitsa began his scientific career in A.F. Ioffe’s section of the Electromechanics Department of the Petrograd Polytechnical Institute. In tbis splendid collection of the articles and addresses of P.

Kapitza, the author remarks on the insight of the 18th century Ukrainian philosopher Skovoroda who wrote: "We must be grateful to God that He created the world in such a way that everytbing simple is true, and everything compli cated is untrue. " At another place, Kapitza meditates on the roles played by instinct, imagination.

Kapitza in Cambridge and Moscow. Edited by J. Boag P. Rubinin and D. Schoenberg. Elsevier: Pp Hbk $77, Dfl ; pbk$38 50, DflCited by: 2. In tbis splendid collection of the articles and addresses of P.

Kapitza, the author remarks on the insight of the 18th century Ukrainian philosopher Skovoroda who wrote: "We must be grateful to God that He created the world in such a way that everytbing simple is true, and everything compli cated is untrue. " At another place, Kapitza meditates.

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At the time I had never contributed to the problem of liquid The book begins in Peter Kapitza’s laboratory in Moscow, in the period not mention this until later in the book.David Shoenberg. Physicist at Cambridge.

Birthplace: Pinsk, Belarus Location of death: Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England Cause of death: Stroke. Gender: Male Religion. Physicist David Shoenberg studied under Ernest Rutherford and Pyotr Kapitsa, and became was one of the 20th century's foremost experts on superconductivity (near-perfect Born: