Dictionary of Science

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Dorling Kindersley, 1994 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 192 pages
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"Using a thematic approach, the colorfully illustrated Dictionary of Science explains two thousand key words in physics and chemistry....A usage guide, biographies of scientific pioneers, and an index add to the book's value". -- Appraisal: Science Books for Young People

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Contents

Atoms are the buihling blocks of matter
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force to overcome the 31 t I a er ranspor a
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How we see objects colors and images and how we make
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HEAT 9097
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SOUND 9899
98
ELECTRONICS S1 COMPUTING 1 14123
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1 3 1
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Paper chromatography page 156
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in flower petals Chromatography is a method I
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1 7 6
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ABBREVIATIONS I 77
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About the author (1994)

Neil Ardley has written more than 100 books on science and technology. His skill at demystifying modern technology and explaining science with simple and exciting activities has made many of his books very popular. A man of diverse interests, Neil Ardley is also an accomplished musician and jazz composer and has produced a number of music books and records. At home in the Peak District, England, Neil Ardley combines writing and music with walking.

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