Intégration : Chapitres 1-4 by N. Bourbaki

By N. Bourbaki

Les ?‰l?©ments de math?©matique de Nicolas BOURBAKI ont pour objet une pr?©sentation rigoureuse, syst?©matique et sans pr?©requis des math?©matiques depuis leurs fondements. Ce best quantity du Livre d Int?©gration, sixi??me Livre du trait?©, est consacr?© aux fondements de los angeles th?©orie de l int?©gration, il comprend les chapitres : In?©galit?©s de convexit?© ; Espaces de Riesz ; Mesures sur les espaces localement compacts ; Prolongement d une mesure. Espaces Lp. Il contient ?©galement une notice historique. Ce quantity est une r?©impression de l ?©dition de 1965.

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Furthermore, the law implies that the greater the opacity of a body, the more complete its spectrum, and that the true emission spectrum of a substance is obtained in its gaseous state. ’’ Kirchhoff and Bunsen became celebrities overnight. Subsequent scientific developments did full justice to the elation of the moment. Spectroscopy turned out to be the magic key to a great number of practical discoveries, and half a century later it ushered in the era of modern atomic physics. In a sense, Kirchhoff’s great success in spectroscopy drew attention away from his varied contributions to every branch of physics.

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