John S. Rigden

John S. Rigden is Adjunct Professor of Physics, Washington University in St. Louis.

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Cover: Einstein 1905: The Standard of GreatnessEinstein 1905: The Standard of GreatnessRigden, John S.PAPERBACK04/30/2006$24.00
Cover: Hydrogen: The Essential ElementHydrogen: The Essential ElementRigden, John S.PAPERBACK11/30/2003$28.50
Cover: Rabi, Scientist and Citizen: With a New PrefaceRabi, Scientist and Citizen: With a New PrefaceRigden, John S.PAPERBACK11/15/2000$38.00
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