Voyage Through Time: Walks of Life to the Nobel Prize
World Scientific, 2002 - Počet stran: 287
From a beginning in an Egyptian delta town and the port of Alexandriato the scenic vistas of sunny southern California, Ahmed Zewail takesus on a voyage through time his own life and the split-secondworld of the femtosecond. In this endearing expos(r) of his life andwork until his receipt of the Nobel Prize in 1999, he draws lessonsfrom his life story so far, and he meditates on the impact which therevolution in science has had on our modern world in bothdeveloped and developing countries.
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First Steps On the Banks of the Nile
The Gate to Science The Alexandria Years
The American Encounter Independence in Philadelphia
Califoinia Gold From Berkeley to Pasadena
The Invisible Atom Closeup at Caltech
The Race against Time Six Millennia to Femtotime
Time and Matter The Femtouniverse in Perspective
On the Road to Stockholm Festivities and Fairy Tales
A Personal Vision The World of the HaveNots
Walks to the Future My Hope for Egypt and America
Success Is There a Formula?
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able achievements Ahmed Alexandria American Arab asked atoms award base become began believe Berkeley bond building Cairo California called Caltech chemical chemistry City coherence complex concepts continued contributions course culture developed direct discovery Egypt Egyptian energy excited experience faculty femtosecond field four friends future gave give given graduate honor hope human important Institute knowledge laboratory laser later learned lectures light living means molecular molecules motion move nature needed Nile Nobel prize observation person physics position possible President problem Professor pulse quantum mechanics reaction received result scale scientific scientists society structure studies success things thought tion took transition understand United University walks young Zewail