By Hideki Yukawa,L M Brown,R Yoshida
This is Yukawa's autobiography of his early years, written in eastern whilst he was once fifty years outdated. It describes his relatives historical past and the schooling and adventure, either social and highbrow, that helped to shape his personality and direct his occupation. specifically important to the historian of technology are his discussions of medical relationships along with his colleague Sin-Itiro Tomonaga, along with his instructor Yoshio Nishina, and along with his scholars (who later turned his collaborators): Sakata, Taketani, and Kobayashi. the tale ends with the writing of his first medical paper in English, being the delivery of the meson concept of nuclear forces.
Also incorporated are the unique paper of the meson idea by means of Prof H Yukawa and an advent via Prof L M Brown.
- Introduction: Hideki Yukawa and the Meson
- The domestic of Knowledge
- My Father
- “Iwan” (I will not Say)
- A Voyage
- The Wave and the Wind
- The slender Gate
- A Turning Point
- Meson idea by way of H Yukawa