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Rosenkranz, Ze’ev The Einstein Scrapbook. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2002.

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Rosenfeld, Leon Niels Bohr in the Thirties. Consolidation and extension of the Conception of Complementarity / In: Rozental, 1967.

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Многие годы у меня на стене висела фотография участников V Сольвеевского конгресса (Брюссель, октябрь 1927 года). Глядя на нее, я думал, что она может послужить прекрасной отправной точкой рассказа об истории кванта. Когда я наконец написал издателю заявку на “Квант”, мне очень повезло, что она попала к Патрику Уолшу. Благодаря его энтузиазму проект сдвинулся с мертвой точки. И снова удача: талантливый научный редактор и издатель Питер Толлак стал моим агентом в компании “Конвилл и Уолш”. Я приношу ему сердечную благодарность за то, что все годы, потребовавшиеся на сочинение этой книги, он был мне и другом, и агентом. Питер терпеливо преодолевал все трудности, возникавшие из-за моего нездоровья. Джейк Смит-Босанке служил мне связующим звеном с издательствами, решившими опубликовать “Квант” на иностранных языках. Я хочу выразить свою признательность Джейку и вообще сотрудникам “Конвилл и Уолш”, особенно Клэр Конвилл и Сью Армстронг, за постоянную поддержку и помощь. Я рад, что имею возможность поблагодарить Майкла Карлайла и Эмму Перри, потрудившихся над публикацией книги в США.