Modern Physics

McGraw-Hill, 1992 - 517 páginas
Designed for the one-term modern physics course taken primarily by science and engineering majors, this text adopts a calculus-based approach and introduces the student to both quantum and nuclear physics. The book covers the major topics of modern physics but also provides a survey of earlier work that paved the way for modern physics.

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