An Elementary Introduction to Physics: Descriptive, Experimental and Historical

    Abstract

    A BOOK from Australia is to be welcomed, as it is likely to put forward fresh points of view which give hints to teachers of elementary physics in Great Britain. This book is quite elementary in character and practical in type, and the author has avoided the mistake of introducing the ideas of modern physics at this early stage.

    An Elementary Introduction to Physics: Descriptive, Experimental and Historical.

    Edgar

    Booth

    By. Pp. 465 + xvi. (Glebe, N. S. W.: Australasian Medical Publishing Co., Ltd.; London: H. K. Lewis and Co., Ltd., 1933.) 5s. net.

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