References for: General relativity


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  1. A Ashtekar, Chandrasekhar's contributions to general relativity, Current Sci. 70 (9) (1996), 800-804.
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  9. J Earman and C Glymour, Einstein and Hilbert : two months in the history of general relativity, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 19 (3) (1978/79), 291-308.
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  12. D Howard, Einstein and Eindeutigkeit : a neglected theme in the philosophical background to general relativity, in Studies in the history of general relativity (Boston, MA, 1992), 154-243.
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  14. J Illy, Einstein teaches Lorentz, Lorentz teaches Einstein : Their collaboration in general relativity, 1913-1920, Archive for History of Exact Sciences 39 (3) (1989), 247-289.
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  17. A J Kox, Einstein, Lorentz, Leiden and general relativity, Les Journées Relativistes, Classical Quantum Gravity 10 (1993), S187-S191.
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  19. A Lichnerowicz, Mathematics and general relativity : a recollection, in Studies in the history of general relativity (Boston, MA, 1992), 103-108.
  20. M De Maria, The first reactions to general relativity in Italy : the polemics between Max Abraham and Albert Einstein (Italian), Italian mathematics between the two world wars (Bologna, 1987), 143-159.
  21. J Mehra, Origins of the modern theory of gravitation : the historical origins of the theory of general relativity from 1907 to 1919, Bull. Soc. Roy. Sci. Liège 43 (1974), 190-213.
  22. A Mercier, General relativity at the turning point of its renewal, in Studies in the history of general relativity (Boston, MA, 1992), 109-121.
  23. F Morgan, Calculus, planets, and general relativity, SIAM Rev. 34 (2) (1992), 295-299.
  24. J Norton, Einstein's discovery of the field equations of general relativity : some milestones, Proceedings of the fourth Marcel Grossmann meeting on general relativity (Amsterdam-New York, 1986), 1837-1848.
  25. A Pais, 'Subtle is the Lord...' The Science and the life of Albert Einstein (Oxford, 1982).
  26. J M Sánchez-Ron, The reception of general relativity among British physicists and mathematicians (1915-1930), in Studies in the history of general relativity (Boston, MA, 1992), 57-88.
  27. J J Stachel, How Einstein discovered general relativity : a historical tale with some contemporary morals, General relativity and gravitation (Cambridge-New York, 1987), 200-208.
  28. C Vilain, Spherical coordinates in general relativity from 1915 to 1960 : a physical interpretation, in Studies in the history of general relativity (Boston, MA, 1992), 419-434.
  29. C M Will, General relativity at 75 : how right was Einstein?, in The Sixth Marcel Grossmann Meeting (River Edge, NJ, 1992), 769-786.

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