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Physics: Fundamental Laws and Principles with Problems and Worked Solutions

Nature volume 130, page 457 (24 September 1932) | Download Citation



THIS volume, which is of a good intermediate standard, is divided into two main sections. The first part consists of thirty-six chapters, and expounds the fundamental principles and laws of physics in a series of clear statements which are driven home by means of a large number of illustrative problems, of a mixed bookwork and rider type.

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