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    The understanding and prediction of the properties of matter at the atomic level represents one of the great achievements of twentieth-century science. The theory developed to describe the behaviour of electrons, atoms and molecules differs radically from familiar Newtonian physics, the physics governing the motions of macroscopic bodies and the physical events of our everyday experiences. The discovery and formulation of the fundamental concepts of atomic physics in the period 1901 to 1926 by such men as Planck, Einstein, de Broglie and Heisenberg caused what can only be described as a revolution in the then-accepted basic concepts of physics.

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