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Under Born, Göttingen became one of the world's foremost centres for physics. Born not only recognised talent to work with him, but he "let his superstars stretch past him; to those less gifted, he patiently handed out respectable but doable assignments." Delbrück, and Goeppert-Mayer went on to win Nobel Prizes. Official Web Site of the Nobel Prize. Born,.; Jordan,. 95 96 Optik: Ein Lehrbuch der elektromagnetische Lichttheorie (Springer, 1933) The book was released just as the Borns were emigrating to England. In a letter to Born on 4 December 1926, Einstein made his famous remark regarding quantum mechanics: Quantum mechanics is certainly imposing. This edition reprinted the authors' articles on matrix mechanics published in Zeitschrift für Physik, Volumes 26 and 33 35, 19241926. The second volume was to deal with Erwin Schrödinger's wave mechanics. His fellow physicists had never stopped nominating him.
108 Briefwechsel 19161955, kommentiert von Max Born with Hedwig Born and Albert Einstein (Nymphenburger, 1969) The BornEinstein Letters: Correspondence between Albert Einstein and Max and Hedwig Born from 19161955, with commentaries by Max Born (Macmillan, 1971). Born is second from the right in the second row, between Louis de Broglie and Niels Bohr. 49 On 25 November 1933, Born received a letter from Heisenberg in which he said he had been delayed in writing due to a "bad conscience" that he alone had received the Prize "for work done in G?ttingen in collaboration. On 23 October Born presented his habilitation lecture on the Thomson model of the atom. Born and Sommerfeld collaborated with experimental physicists to test and advance their theories.