Feynman • Leighton • Sands
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mainly mechanics, radiation, and heat
mainly electromagnetism and matter
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Richard Feynman talking with a teaching assistant after the lecture on The Dependence of Amplitudes on Time, Robert Leighton and Matthew Sands in background, April 29, 1963.
Photographs by Tom Harvey. Copyright © California Institute of Technology.
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