Historical Studies in the Physical Sciences is a continuing series of volumes comprising articles that elucidate the intellectual and social history of the physical sciences from the eighteenth century to the present. The articles offered in Volume 5 share a common theme: a concern with modern physics and its relation to other scientific disciplines and to its cultural and material context.
Originally published in 1975.
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Table of Contents:
- Frontmatter, pg. i
- Editor's Foreword, pg. viii
- Contents, pg. 1
- Introduction, pg. 3
- A. Number of Academic Physicists, pg. 10
- B. Personal Income, pg. 40
- C. Laboratory Expenditures, pg. 57
- D. New Plant, pg. 90
- E. Productivity, pg. 115
- Bibliography, pg. 129
- Notes on Contributors, pg. 187
Other Princeton books authored or coauthored by Russell McCormmach: