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Physics

Author : Jim Breithaupt
ISBN : 0748762434
Genre : Science
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This third editions of Key Science: Physics has been revised to meet the requirements of all 2001 GCSE specifications. It is suitable for middle-ability students, but has material for higher achievers, including in-depth content for all Separate Science specifications. Topics are differentiated between core material for Double/Single science and extension material for the Separate sciences.

Rudiments Of Physics

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ISBN : 8189781472
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The Physics Of Time Asymmetry

Author : P. C. W. Davies
ISBN : 0520032470
Genre : Space and time
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Philosophy Of Physics

Author : Lawrence Sklar
ISBN : 9780198751380
Genre : Physics
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This accessible and engaging book gives a broad overview of contemporary philosophy of physics.

Physics For You

Author : Keith Johnson
ISBN : 0748762361
Genre : Science
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The most popular series for GCSE has been updated to offer comprehensive coverage of the revised GCSE specifications. Physics for You, has been updated in-line with the revised National Curriculum requirements.

The Trouble With Physics

Author : Lee Smolin
ISBN : 0547348487
Genre : Science
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“A splendid, edifying report from the front lines of theorectical physics” (San Francisco Chronicle). In this illuminating book, renowned physicist Lee Smolin argues that fundamental physics—the search for the laws of nature—is losing its way. Ambitious ideas about extra dimensions, exotic particles, multiple universes, and strings have captured the public’s imagination—and the imagination of experts. But these ideas have not been tested experimentally, and some, like string theory, seem to offer no possibility of being tested. Even still, these speculations dominate the field, attracting the best talent and much of the funding, while creating a climate in which emerging physicists are often penalized for pursuing other avenues. The situation threatens to impede the very progress of science. With clarity, passion, and authority, Smolin offers an unblinking assessment of the troubles that face modern physics, and an encouraging view of where the search for the next big idea may lead. “The best book about contemporary science written for the layman that I have ever read.” —The Times (London)

Many Particle Physics

Author : Gerald D. Mahan
ISBN : 9781475757149
Genre : Science
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The first, second, and third editions of this book seem to occur at ten year intervals. The intent is to keep the book up-to-date. Many-body theory is a field which continually evolves in time. Journals only publish new results, conferences only invite speakers to report new phenomena, and agencies only fund scientists to do new physics. Today's physics is old hat by tomorrow. Students want to learn new material, and textbooks must be modified to keep up with the times. The early chapters in this book teach the techniques of many-body theory. They are largely unchanged in format. The later chapters apply the techniques to specific problems. The third edition increases the number of applications. New sections have been added, while old sections have been modified to include recent applications. The previous editions were set in type using pre-computer technology. No computer file existed of the prior editions. The publisher scanned the second edition and gave me a disk with the contents. This scan recorded the words accurately and scrambled the equations into unintelligible form. So I retyped the equations using LaTeX. Although tedious, it allowed me to correct the infinite numbers of typographical errors in the previous edition. The earlier typesetting methods did not permit such corrections. The entire book was edited sentence-by sentence. Most old sections of the book were shortened by editing sentences and paragraphs.

For The Love Of Physics

Author : Walter Lewin
ISBN : 9781451607130
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Largely autobiographical account of the author's life as one who fell in love first with physics and then with teaching physics to students.

Surprises In Theoretical Physics

Author : Rudolf Ernst Peierls
ISBN : 0691082421
Genre : Science
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Problems in theoretical physics often lead to paradoxical answers; yet closer reasoning and a more complete analysis invariably lead to the resolution of the paradox and to a deeper understanding of the physics involved. Drawing primarily from his own experience and that of his collaborators, Sir Rudolf Peierls selects examples of such "surprises" from a wide range of physical theory, from quantum mechanical scattering theory to the theory of relativity, from irreversibility in statistical mechanics to the behavior of electrons in solids. By studying such surprises and learning what kind of possibilities to look for, he suggests, scientists may be able to avoid errors in future problems. In some cases the surprise is that the outcome of a calculation is contrary to what physical intuition seems to demand. In other instances an approximation that looks convincing turns out to be unjustified, or one that looks unreasonable turns out to be adequate. Professor Peierls does not suggest, however, that theoretical physics is a hazardous game in which one can never foresee the surprises a detailed calculation might reveal. Rather, he contends, all the surprises discussed have rational explanations, most of which are very simple, at least in principle. This book is based on the author's lectures at the University of Washington in the spring of 1977 and at the Institut de Physique Nucleaire, University de Paris-Sud, Orsay, during the winter of 1977-1978.

Electronic Structure And The Properties Of Solids

Author : Walter A. Harrison
ISBN : 9780486141787
Genre : Science
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This text offers basic understanding of the electronic structure of covalent and ionic solids, simple metals, transition metals and their compounds; also explains how to calculate dielectric, conducting, bonding properties.

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