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The Basics of Physics

by Richard L. Myers

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An introduction to the basics of physics. This volume introduces students to the science of physics, and its applications to everyday life. Tracing its development from antiquity to the present, the author examines all aspects of physics including motion, work, energy, heat, matter, light and electricity. Quantum and nuclear physics are also included. A chapter with instructions for experiments in physics assists students in projects, and a chapter on physics as a career helps students to explore the various options for working in this field of science. A glossary, conversion table, and list of the Nobel Prize winners in physics provide additional tools for students.… (more)

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