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David J. Griffiths


Born
in The United States
December 05, 1942

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“As long as we are engaged in this orgy of unnecessary terminology and notation…”
David J. Griffiths, Introduction to Electrodynamics

“Calculate the fine structure constant from first principles.”
David J. Griffiths, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics

“The fine structure constant is undoubtedly the most fundamental pure (dimensionless) number in all of physics. It relates the basic constants of electromagnetism (the charge of the electron), relativity (the speed of light), and quantum mechanics (Planck's constant).”
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