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Die Jagd nach dem kleinsten Baustein der…
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Die Jagd nach dem kleinsten Baustein der Welt.

by Gerhard Staguhn

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Quali sono i più piccoli elementi che costituiscono il mondo, dai quali si sono formati il cosmo, la nostra terra e tutta la vita? Gerhard Staguhn racconta la storia della chimica e della fisica nucleare, in particolare lo sviluppo impressionante degli ultimi cento anni. Che cosa succede in una scissione nucleare? Come funziona un raggio laser? Che cosa sono i quark? Che cosa accade nelle accelerazioni di particelle con le quali attualmente si cerca di trovare la materia originaria del cosmo?
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