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There are lots of nice graphics; UF, they are poorly explained (in one case, not at all).
Amir Aczel's book "Entanglement" is a great introduction to the subject for the non-physicist, or the future physicist, in my case.
I will have to go through some of the experiments in better detail to fully understand them but I must say that I learned a lot.
This is an excellent description about some complicated ideas. It is very interesting and discusses the work of many well known people. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael J.
The author provides good explanations of a challenging topic. By the way he manages to integrate physical theories with the biographies of those scientist who made substantial... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Klaus Causemann
Definitely not as good as the first Aczel book I read, on the Aleph. Read more
I have read many of Aczel's books and this one shows his fine style and ability to weave biography with accomplishments and physics. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Dr. R.P. Forsberg
This is yet another of Amir Aczel's books on the popularization and explanation of physical and mathematical concepts. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Dr_PhysBabe
I'm writing this address after 15 min. searching because nowhere on the site can I find an email or phone #.
I spent over 15 min looking. Read more
Entanglement for me was really a story about quantum mechanics. It is a history of the subject and the battles that have been fought about the meaning of quantum mechanics, many... Read morePublished 22 months ago by A. Menon
The book bounces between amusing personal anecdotes, and terribly superficial scientific explanations. Read morePublished on August 8, 2012 by JG
Like Aczel's other books "entanglement" goes unusually deep into the subject. Most popular books on physics patronize the reader and consider they have done their job if they have... Read morePublished on July 5, 2011 by George B. Purdy