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Conceptual Physics by Benjamin Crowell

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Conceptual Physics
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Publisher: Lightandmatter.com
Number of pages: 185

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This is a nonmathematical physics textbook, designed so that it can be used either for a semester-length course of the type popularized by Hewitt, or for a shorter course of 8 or 10 weeks. The book covers conservation of mass and energy, conservation of momentum, conservation of angular momentum, relativity, electricity, fields, the ray model of light and waves.

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