The Cassell Dictionary of Physics

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Cassell, 1998 - Science - 216 pages
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An A-Z of hundreds of key terms from mound the world of physics.

The Cassell Dictionary of Physics provides clear, concise explanations of hundreds of key terms from physics and related subjects. Designed to meet the particular needs of school and university students, it will also prove invaluable to non-scientists keen to gain a better understanding of the way the world works From acceleration to atoms, heat and light to nucleons and photons, radios to relativity and x-rays to y-plates, The Cassell Dictionary of Physics forms both an invaluable general introduction to the subject and a detailed work of reference.

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