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    Max Planck Autograph Letter Signed. One page on his imprinted letterhead, 5.5" x 7"; Berlin; October 7, 1937. A letter in German, untranslated. A mathematician and theoretical physicist, Planck, most known for his contributions to thermodynamics, was a founder of quantum theory and quantum physics who established a unit of electromagnetic radiation known as Planck's constant. He received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1918.

    Condition: Evenly toned with flattened folds. Writing in red wax pencil at top and several words underlined. Light creasing throughout. A one inch cut at bottom margin does not affect any text.


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    November, 2020
    12th Thursday
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