Physicist Paul Dirac was a contemporary of Albert Einstein and shared the 1933 Nobel prize with Erwin Schrodinger for his contributions to quantum theory, but his equation is a little more complex than what was covered in your high school physics class.
Dirac's equation married Einstein's special theory of relativity, concerning behavior of objects at light speed, with quantum mechanics, which describes the activity of very small particles.
By finding the equation explaining how electrons spin when they approach light speed, Dirac made the first steps in what we now know as quantum field theory and predicted the existence of antimatter.
This embroidered beauty has a snug fit that ensures you're going to feel cozy and warm doing your outdoor experiments.
• 60% cotton, 40% acrylic
• Breathable cotton blend
• Form-fitting shape
• One size fits most
|A (inches)||17 ⅜-17 ⅞|
|B (inches)||8 ⅛|
|C (inches)||2 ½|
|D (inches)||8 ¼|