Phonons--The Quantization of Sound (And Kant's Second Antinomy

Philosophy of Science 35 (2):179 - 184 (1968)
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The recent extension of quantum theory to sound waves in solids is briefly outlined and then discussed from a specific philosophic (Kantian) perspective
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