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Intermediate Physics

Nature volume 131, page 532 (15 April 1933) | Download Citation



FROM the point of view of science teaching, a physics textbook of intermediate standard is of great importance because for so many students it represents the end of their acquaintance with physics, the basic experimental science. The present volume is carefully written and is well illustrated with clear diagrams and references to the applied sciences. In view of the general teaching of calculus in schools, the author has not hesitated to use the notation and occasionally the methods of the calculus. At the end of each chapter is a good selection of numerical and other examples to be worked by the student.

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