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Handbook of Physics by Walter Benenson, John W. Harris, Horst Stocker, Holger Lutz
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Handbook of Physics written by
Walter Benenson , Department of Physics, Cyclotron Laboratory, Michigan State University, East Lansing,MI 44844, USA,
John W. Harris , Department of Physics, 272 Whitney Avenue, Yale University, New Haven, CT06520, USA,
Horst Stocker , Institut for Theoretische Physik, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat, Robert Mayer Strasse 8-10 D-60054 Frankfurt am Main Germany,
Holger Lutz , Fachhochschule Gieben Friedberg Fachbeich Elektrotechnik II, Wilhelm-Leuschner-Strasse 1361169 Friedberg, Germany.
Applications of physics can be found in a wider and wider range of disciplines in the sciences and engineering. It is therefore more and more important for students, practitioners, researchers, and teachers to have ready access to the facts and formulas of physics.
Compiled by professional scientists, engineers, and lecturers who are experts in the dayto-day use of physics, this Handbook covers topics from classical mechanics to elementary particles, electric circuits to error analysis.
This handbook provides a veritable toolbox for everyday use in problem solving, homework, examinations, and practical applications of physics, it provides quick and easy access to a wealth of information including not only the fundamental formulas of physics but also a wide variety of experimental methods used in practice.
Each chapter contains all the important concepts, formulas, rules and theorems, numerous examples and practical applications, suggestions for problem solving, hints, and cross references Mmeasurement techniques and important sources of errors as well as numerous tables of standard values and material properties.
Access to information is direct and swift through the user-friendly layout, structured table of contents, and extensive index. Concepts and formulas are treated and presented in a uniform manner throughout: for each physical quantity defined in the Handbook, its characteristics, related quantities, measurement techniques, important formulas, SI-units, transformations, range of applicability, important relationships and laws, are all given a unified and compact presentation.
This Handbook is based on the third German edition of the Taschenbuch der Physik published by Verlag Harri Deutsch. Please send suggestions and comments to the Physics Editorial Department, Springer Verlag, 175 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10010.
Dictionary of the Physical written by
Walter Benenson, John W. Harris, Horst Stocker, Holger Lutz
cover the following topics.
Part I Mechanics
1. Kinematics
2. Dynamics
3. Rigid bodies
4. Gravitation and the theory of relativity
5. Mechanics of continuous media
6. Nonlinear dynamics, chaos and fractals
7. Tables on mechanics
Part II Vibrations andWaves
8. Vibrations
9. Waves
10. Acoustics
11. Optics
12. Tables on vibrations, waves, acoustics and optics
Part III Electricity
13. Charges and currents
14. Electric and magnetic fields
15. Applications in electrical engineering
16. Current conduction in liquids, gases and vacuum
17. Plasma physics
18. Tables on electricity
Part IV Thermodynamics
19. Equilibrium and state variables
20. Heat, conversion of energy and changes of state
21. Phase transitions, reactions and equalizing of heat
22. Tables on thermodynamics
Part V Quantum physics
23. Photons, electromagnetic radiation and light quanta
24. Matter waves—wave mechanics of particles
25. Atomic and molecular physics
26. Elementary particle physics—standard model
27. Nuclear physics
28. Solid-state physics
29. Tables in quantum physics
Part VI Appendix
30. Measurements and measurement errors
31. Vector calculus
32. Differential and integral calculus
33. Tables on the SI
Index
Natural constants in SI units
Thermodynamic Formulas
Periodic Table
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