Introduction to Modern Physics

Introduction to Modern Physics

Introduction to Modern Physics
by Charles W Fay

Publisher: Ferris State University 2011
Number of pages: 157

Presents the fundamental topics in modern physics to students who have already completed a full year of introductory physics. The concepts and practical applications of special relativity, quantum physics, atomic and subatomic structure, and solid state physics will be presented.

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