



Atoms, Molecules, and Compounds (Essential Chemistry)
"Atoms, Molecules, and Compounds" goes behind the scenes of daytoday chemistry to explore the atoms that govern chemical processes. In clear language, this exciting book shows how the interactions between simple substances such as salt and water are crucial to life on Earth and how those interactions are predestined by the atoms...   Quantum Optics (Oxford Graduate Texts)Quantum optics, i.e. the interaction of individual photons with matter, began with the discoveries of Planck and Einstein, but in recent years, it has expanded beyond pure physics to become an important driving force for technological innovation. This book serves the broader readership growing out of this development by starting with an elementary...   Reinventing Gravity: A Physicist Goes Beyond Einstein"At last John Moffat's book is out! The voice of dissent in a sad world where every young scientist is sucking up to the dusty establishment. If you don't want to hear the same old things repeated yet again this is just the book for you. A mindboggling foray into the odd world of gravity, straight from the mouth of the master... 

The Pythagorean Theorem: A 4,000Year History
By any measure, the Pythagorean theorem is the most famous statement in all of mathematics, one remembered from high school geometry class by even the most mathphobic students. Well over four hundred proofs are known to exist, including ones by a twelveyearold Einstein, a young blind girl, Leonardo da Vinci, and a future president of the...     The Physical Tourist: A Science Guide for the TravelerTypical travel guides have sections on architecture, art, literature, music and cinema. Rarely are any sciencerelated sites identified. For example, a current travel guide for Germany contains one tidbit on science: Einstein is identified as the most famous citizen of Ulm. By contrast, this travel guide walks a tourist through Berlin and... 

A Course in Theoretical Physics
This book is a comprehensive account of five extended modulescovering the key branches of twentiethcentury theoretical physics,taught by the author over a period of three decades to students onbachelor and master university degree courses in both physics andtheoretical physics.
The modules cover nonrelativistic quantum mechanics,...   Space And Time
SPACE AND TIME BY EMILE BOREL Honorary Director of LEcole Normalc Supcrieure Professor of the Faculte des Sciences of Paris Member of the Institute BLACKIE SON LIMITED LONDON AND GLASGOW 1926 Preface The reader will not find here a didactic account of Einsteins theories. Such an account requires the use of the formulas of mathematical physics...   Black Holes, Wormholes & Time Machines
Do you know: · What might happen if you fall into a black hole? · That the Universe does not have an edge? · That the reason it gets dark at night is proof of the Big Bang? · That cosmic particles timetravel through the atmosphere defying death? · That our past, present and future might all coexist... 

Statistical ThermodynamicsNobel laureate’s brilliant attempt to develop a simple, unified standard method of dealing with all cases of statistical thermodynamics (classical, quantum, BoseEinstein, FermiDirac, etc.). Discussions of Nernst theorem, Planck’s oscillator, fluctuations, the nparticle problem, problem of radiation, much more.
The object...   The Fundamental Constants: A Mystery of PhysicsThe speed of light, the fine structure constant, and Newton's constant of gravity  these are just three among the many physical constants that define our picture of the world. Where do they come from? Are they constant in time and across space? In this book, physicist and author Harald Fritzsch invites the reader to explore the mystery of the...   


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