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Cover: QBism: The Future of Quantum PhysicsQBism: The Future of Quantum Physicsvon Baeyer, Hans ChristianHARDCOVER10/03/2016$24.95
Cover: The Perfect Wave: With Neutrinos at the Boundary of Space and TimeThe Perfect Wave: With Neutrinos at the Boundary of Space and TimePäs, HeinrichHARDCOVER02/10/2014$30.50
Cover: 101 Quantum Questions: What You Need to Know About the World You Can't See101 Quantum Questions: What You Need to Know About the World You Can't SeeFord, Kenneth W.PAPERBACK10/22/2012$20.00
Cover: Nuclear Forces: The Making of the Physicist Hans BetheNuclear Forces: The Making of the Physicist Hans BetheSchweber, Silvan S.HARDCOVER06/18/2012$35.00
Cover: Objectivity, Invariance, and Convention: Symmetry in Physical ScienceObjectivity, Invariance, and Convention: Symmetry in Physical ScienceDebs, Talal A.
Redhead, Michael L. G.
HARDCOVER02/15/2007$58.00
Cover: Information: The New Language of ScienceInformation: The New Language of Sciencevon Baeyer, Hans ChristianPAPERBACK11/30/2005$24.50
Cover: The Quantum World: Quantum Physics for EveryoneThe Quantum World: Quantum Physics for EveryoneFord, Kenneth W.PAPERBACK10/15/2005$28.50
Cover: Time and ChanceTime and ChanceAlbert, David ZPAPERBACK02/28/2003$33.00
Cover: Rabi, Scientist and Citizen: With a New PrefaceRabi, Scientist and Citizen: With a New PrefaceRigden, John S.PAPERBACK11/15/2000$37.00
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