Bohr, Niels. Commemoration of Niels Bohr on his 60th Birthday. Lancaster: American Physical Society, 1945. 1st printing. Entire issue of Review of Modern Physics, vol 17, combined numbers 2 and 3, containing pages 97-350 . Original orange wrappers. Very nice copy. Contributions by Einstein, Pauli, Meitner, Chandra, Hevesy, Gamow, Dirac, Heitler, Born, Franck, Feynman, Chandrasekhar, Wheeler, and others. Sold.
This entire issue is devoted to the Bohr commemorative with tremendous content by a near-alphabet of the early- and mid-century physicists. (Alphabetically) included in the publication are:
Beck, Guido; Field Concepts in Quantum Theory. Pp. 187-194; Bhabha, H. J. , Relativistic Wave Equations for the Elementary Particles. Pp. 200-216; Bloch, F. and I. I. Rabi, Atoms in Variable Magnetic Fields. Pp. 237-244; Born, Max, On the Quantum Theory of Pyroelectricity. Pp. 245-251; Chandrasekhar, S. , The Formation of Absorption Lines in a Moving Atmosphere. Pp. 138-156.; Casimir, H. B. G. On Onsager's Principle of Microscopic Reversibility. Pp. 343-350; Dirac, P. A. M., On the Analogy Between Classical and Quantum Mechanics. Pp. 195-199; Einstein, Albert and Ernst G. Straus, The Influence of the Expansion of Space on the Gravitation Fields Surrounding the Individual Stars, pp. 120-124; .Franck, James, Photosynthetic Activity of Isolated Chloroplasts. Pp. 112-11; Gamow, G. and G. Keller. A Shell Source Model for Red Giant Stars. Pp. 125-137; Goudsmit, S. Random Distribution of Lines in a Plane. Pp. 321-322; Graham, Gordon A. R. and Hans Halban, Jr. On the Angular Distribution of Neutrons in the Photo-Disintegration of the Deuteron. Pp. 297-304. Heitler, W. and P. Walsh, Theory of Cosmic-Ray Mesons. Pp. 252-262; Hevesy, George, On the Effect of Roentgen Rays on Cellular Division. Pp. 102-111; Hulthén, Lamek, Comments on the Difficulties of the Meson Theory. Pp. 263-266; Klein, O. and J. Lindhard. Some Remarks on the Quantum Theory of the Superconductive State. Pp. 305-309; London, F., Planck's Constant and Low Temperature Transfer. Pp. 310-322; Meitner, Lise, An Attempt to Single Out Some Fission Processes of Uranium by Using the Differences in Their Energy Release. Pp. 287-291; Pauli. Wolfgang, Niels Bohr on His 60th Birthday. Pp. 97-101; Pauli, W. and N. Hu, On the Strong Coupling Case for Spin-Dependent Interactions in Scalar- and Vector-Pair Theories. Pp. 267-286; Thomas, L. H., Relativistic Invariance. Pp. 182-186; Turner, Louis, . The Missing Heavy Nuclei. Pp. 292-296; Vleck, J. H. Van and V. F. Weisskopf, On the Shape of Collision-Broadened Lines. Pp. 227-236; Wheeler, John Archibald and Richard Phillips Feynman, Interaction with the Absorber as the Mechanism of Radiation. Pp. 157-181; Wang, Ming Chen and G. E. Uhlenbeck, On the Theory of the Brownian Motion II. Pp. 323-342; Williams, E. J., Application of Ordinary Space-Time Concepts in Collision Problems and Relation of Classical Theory to Born's Approximation. Pp. 217-226.