2 edition of survey course in physics found in the catalog.
survey course in physics
Carl F. Eyring
|Statement||by Carl F. Eyring ...|
|Series||Prentice-Hall physics series|
|LC Classifications||QC21 .E98 1936|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 378 p. incl. front. (port.) illus., diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||378|
|LC Control Number||36034130|
Pasachoff: Contemporary Astronomy Good introductory textbook for the nontechnical reader. Astronomy Hannu Karttunen et al. These books are different than the "bibles" one must have on hand at all times to do mathematical physics. This implies that you can synthesize knowledge from different areas, make educated guesses and take your hard-earned course-based knowledge to the next level, where you will apply it and knowledge that you acquire independently or with your mentors and peers to solve problems of interest.
This one is especially good on the development of the standard model. Max Born: Atomic Physics A classic, though a little old. They let the topic provide all the razzmatazz, which is plenty if you pay attention and remember the physics that it applies to. By the selection of key topics from mechanics and astronomy, the student will gain an acquaintance with the historical development, methodology and philosophy of our understanding of the physical universe of classical physics.
An absolute joy for those who love math, and very informative even for those who don't. Beware the show-stopping typos in the Riemann components for the Schwarzschild metric on page Clifford Will: Was Einstein Right? These books are different than the "bibles" one must have on hand at all times to do mathematical physics. The text of each chapter is done well - it's very easy to follow, and coupled with pictures and illustrations, it makes a very sweet read. A famous work in the subject whose main strength is probably its various asides, historical and otherwise.
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Robert Hermann: Lie groups for physicists, Benjamin-Cummings, What happens if a student has a problem with an experiment? These are books that are sort of talky and fun to read but still substantial--some survey course in physics book than others.
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Quite strong on intuition. It is administered by your temporary Special Committee, during your third semester of study. This survey course in physics book provides a unique record of how their cosmological theories have been formed.
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French: Special Relativity A thorough introductory text. Emphasis will be placed on understanding basic principles and concepts with application to "Real-Life" connections. Weinberg: First Three Minutes A very good book.
The very good book covering all of astronomy also for absolute beginners AND still going into a lot of detail for special work for people more involved AND presenting excellent graphics and pictures.
Published in In fact the last few chapters would make a great addition to a biochemist's library! Kip Thorne: Black Holes and Time Warps: Einstein's Outrageous Legacy An award-winning popular account of black holes and related objects with many historical anecdotes from the author's personal experiences.
These exams will be given by the members of your Special Committee. Relativity: Einstein's popular exposition. The solved examples are a great help to students just starting out and trying to catch all the mathematical intricacies, and a myriad of exercises that accompany each chapter will certainly make a diligent student proficient in solving them.
Yang and M. A good non-technical introduction, with a nice mix of mathematical rigor and comprehensible physics. For the more classically minded. Bamberg and S. George Mackey: Unitary group representations in physics, probability, and number theory.
Comprehensive, and on the whole it's quite a good book, but it's rather poorly organized. Also suitable for some students in career programs. The lack of quality sources is grounds for removal at moderator discretion.
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