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 The Quantum of Action and the Description of Nature (1929).
 The Atomic Theory and the Fundamental Principles underlying the Description of Nature (1929).
 As quoted in Aage Petersen, ‘The Philosophy of Niels Bohr’, Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1963, Volume 3, Issue 19.
 As quoted in Defense Implications of International Indeterminacy (1972) by Robert J. Pranger, p. 11, and Theorizing Modernism : Essays in Critical Theory (1993) by Steve Giles, p. 28
 As quoted in Physics and Beyond (1971) by Werner Heisenberg
 Quantum postulate and the recent development of atomic theory Nature. 121: 580-591.