Berlin: Julius Springer, 1925.
1925-26. First edition. Three extremely influential papers marking the theoretical foundation for modern quantum mechanics and defining the discipline: "Uber quantentheorestische Umdeutung kinematischer und mechanischer Beziehungen" by Werner Heisenberg; "Zur Quantenmechanik" by Max Born and Pasqual Jordan; and "Zur Quantenmechanik II" by Born, Heisenberg and Jordan. In Zeitschrift fur Physik, Vols. 33, total pp.879-950 (Heisenberg paper pp. 879-893); Vol. 34, total pp. 795-953, lean to spine; (Born, Jordan paper 858-888); Vol. 35, total pages pp. 557-722; (Born, Heisenberg, Jordan pp 557-615). In publisher's original wrappers with new spines, ink stamp to top right of front wrappers, minor creasing and soiling to wraps. Heisenberg received the Nobel Prize for physics in 1932 for his establishment of quantum mechanics. Item #140940045