Can anyone recommend some good book(s) on the Evolution of Quantum Theory, focusing on history, not necessarily on explaining the technical/math part?
The books I have read so far,
- "Quantum: Einstein, Bohr, and the Great Debate about the Nature of Reality" by Manjit Kumar
- "Uncertainty: Einstein, Heisenberg, Bohr, and the Struggle for the Soul of Science" by David Lindley
- "Quantum Enigma: Physics Encounters Consciousness" by Bruce Rosenblum
- Entanglement: The Greatest Mystery in Physics by Aczel, Amir D
They all did a good job in explaining some part of the history, but not the overall history. So if I were to recommend just ONE book I won't recommend any of them.
Actually, I find "Introducing Quantum Theory A Graphic Guide" does a decent job of that but I was hoping to find a more detailed version of it.
Someone recommends "The Quantum Story A History in 40 Moments" but I have not read it. Any other recommendations?
I am looking for a book about 300 pages (or less) and costs less than 30$ (I think that is a reasonable price for a book around 300 pages). All the books I list here fit in this category.
BTW, I added this "requirement" after seeing the recommendation from the comments and the answer I got so far.