Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Volume 2
Physics for Scientist and Engineers is intended to serve the student who is taking the standard two- or three- semester introductory course for science and engineering majors who have completed an introductory course in calculus. This text is also available in a combined package with Modern Physics for Scientists and Engineers for those students who require a solid grounding in the areas beyond classic physics.
The Quantized Atom
SI Base Supplementary
Photo and Illustration Credits
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