By Walter E Thirring

Mathematical Physics, Nat. Sciences, Physics, arithmetic

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One of these is connected with the spin spectrum--the internal angular momentum of elementary particles. /2 = h/4n. Does this not mean that spin is truly the fundamental quantity, and action only a vestige of classical physics? The second context is the famous Heisenberg uncertainty principle. Quantum models define a partition of the classical system of quantities into conjugate pairs: position, projection of momentum), (coordinate of (energy, time). A product of conjugate quantities has the dimension of action.

The speed of light c can be declared a natural unit only within a new theory which postulates its particular role as the upper limit of the speed of propagation of material bodies (unattainable) or signals (attainable), as an invariant relative to a change of inertial system of coordinates, etc. In a similar way, Planck's unit of action h became the coat of arms of a new physical theory--quantum mechanics. In the Newtonian group D, both c LT- I have completely determined dimensions: ML 2T- I for n.

Note: (Translator's See also a paper by F. ) ~ (1978), 54-64 for some further inter- Diederik Johannes Korteweg was born in Holland in 1848 and died there in 1941. He was a well-known scientist, and several obituaries were dedicated to his memory. None of the obituaries even mentions the now famous paper in which the soliton was discovered. That paper was in essence a fragment of the dissertation of Gustav de Vries, completed under the guidance of Korteweg and defended on December 1, 1894. de Vries was a high school teacher, and almost nothing is known about him.