6 0 4 D O C U M E N T 3 8 6 O C T O B E R 1 9 2 6 ALS. [79 198]. Written on letterhead “Collège de France Laboratoire de physique expérimentale.” There are perforations for a loose-leaf binder at the top of the document. [1]Einstein had asked Langevin whether he would cooperate with Anschütz in acoustical scanning of the seabed in his letter of 18 August 1923 (Vol. 14, Abs. 150). [2]Most likely a reference to the continued exclusion of German scientists from international sci- entific associations (see Doc. 246). [3]Louis de Broglie’s ideas about matter waves, developed in Broglie 1925. Einstein had been much impressed by them (see, e.g., Einstein to Paul Langevin, 16 December 1924 [Vol. 14, Doc. 398]). [4]A reference to Erwin Schrödinger’s wave mechanics.
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