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The brilliant offbeat guide to tackling Oxbridge's infamously challenging interview questions
Covering all the basics including fractions, equations, primes, squares and square roots, geometry and fractals, Dr Richard Elwes will lead you gently towards a greater understanding of this fascinating subject. Even apparently daunting concepts are explained simply, with the assistance of useful diagrams, and with a refreshing lack of jargon.
* An engaging, accessible and fascinating look at science's 'best bits' by popular comedian and particle physicist Ben Miller
Soon to be a major motion picture starring Eddie Redmayne as Hawking and Felicity Jones as his wife Jane. It chronicles their relationship, from his early development of ALS to his success in physics.
The intriguing lives and key works of the ten physicists who most profoundly transformed our understanding of the physical world in which we live
New Scientist's brilliant million-selling Christmas book comes of age, exploring everything from the science of bubbles to whether cats are better than dogs
A unique textbook, aimed at undergraduate students, containing large numbers of spectra, problems and marginal notes, specifically chosen to highlight the points being discussed.
Offers solutions to problems given in the book by A Das and T Ferbel. This manual discusses the problems in detail, aimed at helping both the student and teacher get a better grasp of the issues brought up in the text and in the associated problems.
This new edition of Catch up Chemistry is essential reading for anyone starting a life or medical sciences degree. It will help you become comfortable with chemical terms and principles, and offers lots of questions (and answers) to test your understanding.
This text contains detailed solutions to 483 questions/problems on atomic, molecular, nuclear and particle physics, as well as experimental methodology. The problems are appropriate for advanced undergraduates and graduates, and blend understanding of physical principles with application.
Presents a comprehensive overview of the advances seen in atomic physics. This book explains how such progress was possible by highlighting connections between developments that occurred at different times. It is suitable for students, teachers and researchers in quantum and atomic physics.
Devoted to the key role played by light and electromagnetic radiation in the universe, this title introduces readers to philosophical hypotheses such as the economy, symmetry and the universality of natural laws, and are then guided to practical consequences such as the rules of geometrical optics and more.