|Titre :||Advanced physics|
|Auteurs :||Steve Adams ; Jonathan Allday|
|Type de document :||texte imprimé|
|Editeur :||Oxford : O.U.P, 2000|
|Collection :||A New mainstream text for the new specifications|
|Format :||1 Vol. (639 p.) / ill., couv. ill. / 30 cm|
|Index. décimale :||530 (Physique)|
Written by experienced authors and members of the Editorial Board of the "I.O.P.", "Advanced Physics" maintains the rigors of physics at the highest levels in a style that makes it accessible to a wide range of students. It is increasingly acknowledged that many of the problems students experience with A-Level Physics are associated with the mathematics involved. "Advanced Physics" deals with the problem head-on with full support for mathematics in physics. 'Maths boxes' have been created within the text to pull out the mathematics needed to grasp a particular concept. A complete appendix at the end of the book has also been added to offer the extra mathematical support needed. The key points are: objectives stated clearly at the beginning of every spread; full color illustrations; and graduated questions and practice.
|Note de contenu :||
1- The scope of physics.
2- Tools of measurement.
4- Electricity and magnetism.
8- Modern physics.
9- Physics of particles.
10- Physics of the body.
11- Physics of space.
12- Physics of materials.
13- Physics of communications.
14- Mathematics toolbox.
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