This undergraduate textbook aims to teach the fundamentals of the subject. Its primary goal is to expose the basic properties of the atom. The author focuses on the description of the experiments and data that were used to establish the principles of physics.
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Designed to teach fundamental ideas as opposed to physics by formula. The primary goal is to expose basic properties of the atom, focusing on the description of experiments and data, both historical and current, used to establish physics principles. Contains 250 carefully worked single concept problems which demonstrate the thinking behind the answer and yield numerically significant results. Prerequisites include some exposure to classical mechanics and electromagnetism.Review:
Instructor's Manual and Solutions Manual with Transparencies available. -- The publisher, John Wiley & Sons
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