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Physics of Amorphous Materials
Physics of Amorphous Materials

Physics of Amorphous Materials
Publisher: Longman 1984 | 404 Pages | ISBN: 0582446368 | DJVU | 7 MB

This book was written to be an introduction to the science of amorphous materials. It is aimed at final year undergraduates, beginning graduate students and researchers in solid-state physics or chemistry, materials science or engineering.
Luminescent Materials
Luminescent Materials
Luminescent Materials
232 pages | Dec 12, 2008 |ISBN: 0387580190 | PDF | 7.5 Mb

When starting work on luminescent materials, everyone is faced with the lack of introductory books. Two renowned researchers introduce the reader to luminescence and its applications. They describe the principles of the luminescence processes in a simple, but clear way and deal not only with physics, but also with the chemistry of systems.
Experimental and Computational Techniques in Soft Condensed Matter Physics
Experimental and Computational Techniques in Soft Condensed Matter Physics

Experimental and Computational Techniques in Soft Condensed Matter Physics by Jeffrey Olafsen
Cambridge University Press | 2010 | ISBN: 0521115906 | 338 pages | PDF | 15 MB


Soft condensed matter physics relies on a fundamental understanding at the interface between physics, chemistry, biology, and engineering for a host of materials and circumstances that are related to, but outside, the traditional definition of condensed matter physics. Featuring contributions from leading researchers in the field, this book uniquely discusses both the contemporary experimental and computational manifestations of soft condensed matter systems.
Physics (2nd Edition)
Physics (2nd Edition)

Physics (2nd Edition)
McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math | 2009 | ISBN: 0077270673, 0073404535 | 1250 pages | PDF | 80MB

Physics 2nd edition is an alternate version of the College Physics 3rd edition text by Giambattista/Richardson/Richardson.
Physics: Vibrations and Waves by MIT
Physics: Vibrations and Waves by MIT


Physics: Vibrations and Waves by MIT
English | MP4 | 320x240 | MPEG Visual 221 Kbps | AAC 65Kbps | 3.24Gb
Genre: eLearning

Physics Ebooks Collection 2011
Physics Ebooks Collection 2011

Physics Ebooks Collection 2011 English | 2011 | PDF + DJVU | 135 Books | 675MB
Physics, 2nd Edition
Physics, 2nd Edition
Physics, 2nd Edition
Mg..,H | 2009 | ISBN: 0077270673, 0073404535 | 1250 pages | PDF | 80 MB

Physics 2nd edition is an alternate version of the College Physics 3rd edition text by Giambattista/Richardson/Richardson. The key difference is that Physics covers kinematics and forces in the more traditional organization of beginning with Kinematics and proceeding to forces. (College Physics takes an integrated approach to forces and kinematics, introducing forces and interweaving kinematics.).
College Physics, 9 edition
College Physics, 9 edition

College Physics, 9 edition by Raymond A. Serway, Chris Vuille
B--ks C,le | 2011 | ISBN: 0840062060 | 1152 pages | PDF | 83 MB

While physics can seem challenging, its true quality is the sheer simplicity of fundamental physical theories--theories and concepts that can enrich your view of the world around you.
College Physics, Ninth Edition
College Physics, Ninth Edition
College Physics, Ninth Edition
Publisher: Brooks Cole; 9 edition | ISBN: 0840062060 | 2011 | PDF | 1152 pages | 83MB

While physics can seem challenging, its true quality is the sheer simplicity of fundamental physical theories--theories and concepts that can enrich your view of the world around you.
Project Physics Text
Project Physics Text
Project Physics Text
637 pages | Aug 31 2010 |ISBN:0030551412 | PDF | 65.5 Mb

Background The Project Physics Course is based on the ideas and research of a national curriculum development project that worked in three phases. First, the authors - a high school physics teacher, a university physicist, and a professor of science education - collaborated to lay out the main goals and topics of a new introductory physics course. They worked together from 1962 to 1964 with financial support from the Carnegie Corporation of New York, and the first version of the text was tried out in two schools with encouraging results.