Introductory Magnetism and Electricity


    IN writing this small volume, the author has provided mainly for those preparing to enter one of the technical branches of the Services. It should be very suitable for cadets in the Air Training Corps. The subject-matter admirably covers all that is necessary in pre-service training. In this, it fulfils one of the two objects stated in the preface. It might not be, however, so successful in achieving the other, which is to stimulate further reading in the subject. It is too condensed and ‘heavy-going’ to be inspiring to the beginner.

    Introductory Magnetism and Electricity

    By T. M. Yarwood. Pp. vii + 159. (London: Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1944.) 2s. 6d.

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    Introductory Magnetism and Electricity. Nature 154, 193 (1944) doi:10.1038/154193c0

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