Modern Introductory Physics

"Modern Introductory Physics" by Charles H. Holbrow, James N. Lloyd, Joseph C. Amato, and Enrique Galvez
Springer | 658 pages | English | 2010 | ISBN: 0387790799 | File type: PDF | 8,8 mb

This innovative text for first-semester college and university physics students presents the principal elements of physics needed to answer the question: "Why do we believe in atoms and their properties?" Pursuing the theme of the nature of the atom, the book offers a sound introduction to basic physics of the nineteenth and twentieth century, including discussion of important ideas of quantum mechanics. The revised and improved second edition includes two new chapters about the nature of photons and quantum entanglement


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