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FEYNMAN, RICHARD P.
"TWO PARTICLES OF MOMENTA... COLLIDE. THEY PRODUCE FINAL STATES OF MOMENTA... THIS IS THE SQUARE OF THE MAX AVAILABLE ENERGY... THE QUESTION IS HOW "HARD" IS THE COLLISION?", CA EARLY 1950S.
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FEYNMAN, RICHARD P.
"TWO PARTICLES OF MOMENTA... COLLIDE. THEY PRODUCE FINAL STATES OF MOMENTA... THIS IS THE SQUARE OF THE MAX AVAILABLE ENERGY... THE QUESTION IS HOW "HARD" IS THE COLLISION?", CA EARLY 1950S.
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FEYNMAN, RICHARD P.
"TWO PARTICLES OF MOMENTA... COLLIDE. THEY PRODUCE FINAL STATES OF MOMENTA... THIS IS THE SQUARE OF THE MAX AVAILABLE ENERGY... THE QUESTION IS HOW "HARD" IS THE COLLISION?", CA EARLY 1950S.
Autograph manuscript, 3 pp (8 x 10 1/2 in), in pencil on plain white paper, creases where previously folded. 
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