Physics of Particles and Nuclei

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Works by D. I. Blokhintsev and the development of quantum physics

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In connection with the 100th anniversary since the birth of D. I. Blokhintsev (January 11, 1908–January 27, 1979), a brief survey is given of the development of quantum physics in the period in which he formulated his views on physics and science as a whole. Studies by Blokhintsev in the fields of solid state and statistical physics and related problems are considered in the context of modern development of these fields of physics. His studies devoted to interpreting quantum physics and general problems in the development of science are touched upon briefly.

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03.65.-w 03.65.Ta 01.60.+q 01.30.Rr 

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