Inspired by the Eyewitness "lexigraphic" approach, the definitive text, detailed captions, and labels combine with many full-color graphics, photos, and 3-D models to show the landmark experiments, the complex equipment, procedures, and concepts in all fields -- from relativity to genetics to ecology.
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