Foundations of Physics

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Dover Publications, 1957 - Physics - 542 pages
A bridge between semipopular works for the general reader and technical treatises written for specialists, this excellent work discusses the foundational ideas and background of modern physics. It is not a text on theoretical physics, but a discussion of the methods of physic description and construction of theory. As such, it is especially valuable for the physicist with a background in elementary calculus who is interested in the ideas which give meaning to the data and tools of modern physics.

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CHAPTER I
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CHAPTER II
59
CHAPTER III
79
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