September 27, 1905 – The physics journal Annalen der Physik received Albert Einstein's paper "Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy Content?", introducing the equation E=mc².
September 27, 1905. On this date, while he was employed at a patent office, Albert Einstein published a paper titled “Does the Inertia of a Body Depend Upon Its Energy-Content?” It was the last of four papers he submitted that year to the journal Annalen der Physik. The first explained the photoelectric effect, the second offered experimental proof of the existence of atoms, and the third introduced the theory of special relativity.
13 Early papers by Albert Einstein, in 8 vol. of Annalen der Physik...c.1902-1906
Today in #History, 1905: The physics journal Annalen der Physik Einstein's paper introducing the equation E=mc².
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On 25 November 1915, in the journal Annalen der Physik, Albert Einstein published the theory which would make him famous.
In 1900, Einstein was granted a teaching diploma by the Federal Polytechnic Institute. Then, even prior to his days as a clerk in the patent office, he submitted his very first paper for publication to the prestigious Annalen der Physik, which published it.
September 27, 1905 – The journal Annalen der Physik received Albert Einstein's paper introducing the equation E=mc².
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slickwhippet: Johann Christoph Stelzhammer, “Ueber die Flugmaschine des Uhrmachers Jakob Degen in Wien/On the flying machine of the watchmaker Jakob Degen in Vienna,” from the Annalen der Physik und der Physikalischen Chemie (1808). The pilot of the “Degen Ornithopter” operated a pair of movable wings, which flapped up and down like a bird’s wings.