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by George Gamow

  • Author: George Gamow
  • ISBN: 013672535X
  • ISBN13: 978-0136725350
  • ePub: 1826 kb | FB2: 1906 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Physics
  • Publisher: Prentice-Hall; 3rd edition (1976)
  • Pages: 605
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 999
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Physics: Foundations and frontiers ePub download

This book is probably one of the best presentations of key ideas in physics that I have come across.

This book is probably one of the best presentations of key ideas in physics that I have come across.

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Physics: Foundations & Frontiers (1960) coauthor John M. George Gamow was the inspiration for Professor Gamma in the Professor Gamma series of science fiction books by Geoffrey Hoyle and his father astronomer Sir Fred Hoyle.

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Nikobar
Excellent reference book for high school and college students. I recommend this book (third edition) as an unforgettable gift for every child interested in Science. It has the exceptional virtue of being able to accompany him from the age of 10 to 20. And when it has to be replaced by other reference books of higher level, it will remain in a shelf of the personal library occupying a place of honor, next to the text of Resnick and Halliday .
Whitehammer
George Gamov is one of the authors. So I don't have to say much. I have very fond memories of this book. My dad bought this for me 20 years back when I was a high school student planning for a BS degree in Physics. I read it from the front page to the last page which covers all the standard physics topics. The illustrations are so beautiful. It is like reading a comics with the additional benefit of learning physics. Topics discussed are centuries old. So there is no question of this book becoming outdated. Even after 300 years from now, it will still be useful.This would be a wonderful present for any high school kid or freshmen physics majors. For me it is a collectible.
Blackredeemer
Arrived in excellent condition.
Winail
I concur with Anand.

I got this book when I was in 5th grade. It was given to me as a present for my birthday and it was the first "physics" book I had seen.

I absolutely loved it. I used kept reading this book for almost three years - until that is - someone handed me a copy of "Surely you are joking" by Richard Feynman. After that I put the book down.

This book is probably one of the best presentations of key ideas in physics that I have come across. I found it hugely useful when shaping my thinking on this stuff at an early age.

I recommend it to educators as a starting point for physics discussions with younger audiences.

I have been looking at textbooks in US Schools recently and I found them very distracting. I think this book is better in that sense.
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