**Essential Graduate Physics**

by Konstantin K. Likharev

**Publisher**: Stony Brook University 2013**Number of pages**: 562

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The main goal of the courses was to make students familiar with the basic notions and ideas of physics, and the main effort was to organize the material in a logical sequence the students could readily follow and enjoy. Topics: Classical Mechanics, Classical Electrodynamics, Quantum Mechanics, Statistical Mechanics.

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