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 2nd edition.  Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2023]
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 Book — 1 online resource (lxix, 1415 pages) : illustrations (some color)
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 Units and Constants
 Part A: Mathematical Methods
 Part B: Atoms
 Part C: Molecules
 Part D: Scattering Theory
 Part E: Scattering Experiment
 Part F: Quantum Optics
 Part G: Applications.
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 Boljanovic, Vukota.
 Second edition.  South Norwalk, Connecticut : Industrial Press, Inc., 2015.
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Annotation The new and revised version of this comprehensive pocket reference guide is ideal for anyone who deals with physics, chemistry, mathematics, finance, and computer systems and needs to review or quickly refresh their memory of what they studied in school. It covers the fundamentals of arithmetic, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and analytical geometry, and statistics, and presents the application of differential equations and integral calculus. It reveals the comparative advantages of binomial distribution, standard distribution, Poisson distribution, and normal distribution, and includes most used definitions and formulas of kinematics, dynamics, statics, mechanics of fluids, thermal variable of state, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, light, and atomic and nuclear physics. It also presents applications and solutions to problems concerning simple interest, compound interest, effective rate, annuity, amortization of loans, and sinking fund payments.FeaturesA quick reference for engineers, technicians, toolmakers, machinists, students, and teachers.Includes more than 1,300 formulas, definitions, and figures used in mathematics and physics, plus complete coverage of S.I., metric, and U.S. customary units.New to this revised edition are sections on arithmetic, mathematical fundamentals of computer science, units of measure in precious metals, and more.Key topics have been clarified, and more than 150 line illustrations have been improved.The index has been expanded to help guide readers through this informationpacked reference."
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3. Courtroom use and misuse of mathematics, physics and finance : cases, lessons and materials [2013]
 Mathematics, physics and finance for the legal profession
 Lipson, Ashley S., author.
 Durham, North Carolina : Carolina Academic Press, [2013]
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 Book — xv, 534 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
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 Introducing numbers to the legal profession
 Math basics
 Logic and set theory
 Probability theory
 Statistics
 Graphs and diagrams
 Classical physics
 Modern physics
 Accounting and finance.
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 L'Annunziata, Michael F.
 3rd ed.  San Diego : Elsevier Science, 2012.
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 Book — 1 online resource (1419 p.)
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 1. Radiation Physics and Radioisotope Decay.
 2. Gas Ionization Detectors.
 3. Solid State Nuclear Track Detectors.
 4. Semiconductor Detectors.
 5. Alpha Spectrometry.
 6. Liquid Scintillation Analysis: Principles and Practice.
 7. Sample Preparation Techniques for Liquid Scintillation Analysis.
 8. Environmental Liquid Scintillation Analysis.
 9. Radioactivity Counting Statistics.
 0. Environmental Radioactivity Monitoring.
 11. Radioactive Aerosol Analysis.
 12. Marine Radioactivity Analysis.
 3. Inorganic Mass Spectrometry of Radionuclides.
 4. Radionuclide Standardization.
 5. Cherenkov Counting.
 6. Solid Scintillation Analysis.
 17. Flow Scintillation Analysis.
 18. Automated Radiochemical Separation, Analysis and Sensing.
 19. High Resolution Beta Imaging for Quantitative Autoradiography.
 20. Analytical Techniques in Nuclear Safeguards.
 21. Nuclear Forensic Analysis. Appendix. Index.
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 Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, c2011.
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 Book — xxviii, 1097 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
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 MATHEMATICS Arithmetic and Elementary Algebra Elementary Functions Elementary Geometry Analytic Geometry Algebra Limits and Derivatives Integrals Series Functions of Complex Variables Integral Transforms Ordinary Differential Equations Partial Differential Equations Special Functions and Their Properties Probability Theory PHYSICS Physical Foundations of Mechanics Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics Electrodynamics Oscillations and Waves Optics Quantum Mechanics. Atomic Physics Quantum Theory of Crystals Elements of Nuclear Physics ELEMENTS OF APPLIED AND ENGINEERING SCIENCES Dimensions and Similarity Mechanics of Point Particles and Rigid Bodies Elements of Strength of Materials Hydrodynamics Mass and Heat Transfer Electrical Engineering Empirical and Engineering Formulas and Criteria for Their Applicability SUPPLEMENTS Integrals Integral Transforms Orthogonal Curvilinear Systems of Coordinates Ordinary Differential Equations Some Useful Electronic Mathematical Resources Index References appear at the end of each chapter.
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 Lowrie, William, 1939
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
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 Preface
 Acknowledgements
 1. Mathematical background
 2. Gravitation
 3. Gravity
 4. The tides
 5. Earth's rotation
 6. Earth's heat
 7. Geomagnetism
 8. Foundations of seismology
 Appendix A. Magnetic poles, the dipole field, and current loops
 Appendix B. Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism
 References
 Index.
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 2.3.1 Outside a solid sphere, using Laplace's equation
 2.3.2 Inside a solid sphere, using Poisson's equation
 2.4 Laplace's equation in spherical polar coordinates
 2.4.1 Azimuthal (longitudinal) solution
 2.4.2 Polar (latitudinal) solution for rotational symmetry
 2.4.3 Radial solution
 2.4.4 Solution of Laplace's equation for rotational symmetry
 2.4.5 General solution of Laplace's equation
 2.5 MacCullagh's formula for the gravitational potential
 2.5.1 Gravitational potential of a spheroid
 2.5.2 MacCullagh's formula and the figure of the Earth
 Further reading
 3 Gravity
 3.1 The ellipticity of the Earth's figure
 3.2 The geopotential
 3.2.1 Gravitational potential
 3.2.2 Centrifugal potential
 3.3 The equipotential surface of gravity
 3.3.1 Relationship of J2, J4, f, and m
 3.3.2 Inferred increase of density with depth in the Earth
 3.4 Gravity on the reference spheroid
 3.4.1 Polar component of gravity
 3.4.2 Radial component of gravity
 3.4.3 Variation of reference gravity with geocentric latitude
 3.4.4 Clairaut's formula
 3.5 Geocentric and geographic latitude
 3.5.1 Normal gravity on the reference ellipsoid
 3.6 The geoid
 3.6.1 The potential of a geoid undulation
 3.6.2 Stokes' formula for the height of the geoid
 3.6.3 Evaluation of the function F(θ)
 Further reading
 4 The tides
 4.1 Origin of the lunar tideraising forces
 4.2 Tidal potential of the Moon
 4.2.1 Significance of individual terms in the lunar potential
 Potential W0
 Potential W1
 Potential W2
 Potential W3
 4.2.2 The lunar tideraising acceleration
 4.2.3 The solar tideraising acceleration
 4.3 Love's numbers and the tidal deformation
 4.3.1 Tidal height
 4.3.2 Tidal gravity anomaly
 4.3.3 Tidal deflection of the vertical
 4.3.4 Satellitederived values for k, h, and l.
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 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2011.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xiii, 281 pages) : illustrations Digital: data file.
 Summary

 Preface
 Acknowledgements
 1. Mathematical background
 2. Gravitation
 3. Gravity
 4. The tides
 5. Earth's rotation
 6. Earth's heat
 7. Geomagnetism
 8. Foundations of seismology
 Appendix A. Magnetic poles, the dipole field, and current loops
 Appendix B. Maxwell's equations of electromagnetism
 References
 Index.
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 2.3.1 Outside a solid sphere, using Laplace's equation
 2.3.2 Inside a solid sphere, using Poisson's equation
 2.4 Laplace's equation in spherical polar coordinates
 2.4.1 Azimuthal (longitudinal) solution
 2.4.2 Polar (latitudinal) solution for rotational symmetry
 2.4.3 Radial solution
 2.4.4 Solution of Laplace's equation for rotational symmetry
 2.4.5 General solution of Laplace's equation
 2.5 MacCullagh's formula for the gravitational potential
 2.5.1 Gravitational potential of a spheroid
 2.5.2 MacCullagh's formula and the figure of the Earth
 Further reading
 3 Gravity
 3.1 The ellipticity of the Earth's figure
 3.2 The geopotential
 3.2.1 Gravitational potential
 3.2.2 Centrifugal potential
 3.3 The equipotential surface of gravity
 3.3.1 Relationship of J2, J4, f, and m
 3.3.2 Inferred increase of density with depth in the Earth
 3.4 Gravity on the reference spheroid
 3.4.1 Polar component of gravity
 3.4.2 Radial component of gravity
 3.4.3 Variation of reference gravity with geocentric latitude
 3.4.4 Clairaut's formula
 3.5 Geocentric and geographic latitude
 3.5.1 Normal gravity on the reference ellipsoid
 3.6 The geoid
 3.6.1 The potential of a geoid undulation
 3.6.2 Stokes' formula for the height of the geoid
 3.6.3 Evaluation of the function F(θ)
 Further reading
 4 The tides
 4.1 Origin of the lunar tideraising forces
 4.2 Tidal potential of the Moon
 4.2.1 Significance of individual terms in the lunar potential
 Potential W0
 Potential W1
 Potential W2
 Potential W3
 4.2.2 The lunar tideraising acceleration
 4.2.3 The solar tideraising acceleration
 4.3 Love's numbers and the tidal deformation
 4.3.1 Tidal height
 4.3.2 Tidal gravity anomaly
 4.3.3 Tidal deflection of the vertical
 4.3.4 Satellitederived values for k, h, and l.
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8. Elementos de física aplicada y biofísica [2010]
 Herráez Domínguez, José Vicente, author.
 Edición digital.  València : Publicacions de la Universitat de València, 2010.
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 Book — 1 online resource (202 pages)
9. Problemi di Fisica [2008]
 Fazio, Michelangelo, 1936
 Milan : SpringerVerlag, ©2008.
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 Book — 1 online resource
 Summary

 Introduzione
 Vettori
 Cinematica
 Dinamica del punto
 Lavoro ed energia
 Quantità di moto. Centro di massa. Dinamica impulsiva
 Meccanica relativa
 Dinamica dei corpi rigidi
 Meccanica dei fluidi
 Gravitazione
 Termologia
 Teoria cinetica dei gas perfetti
 Primo principio della termodinamica
 Secondo principio della termodinamica. Cicli. Entropia
 Gas reali. Potenziali termodinamici
 Oscillazioni e onde armoniche
 Teoria degli errori
 Calcolo dimensionale.
 Boljanovic, Vukota.
 New York : Industrial Press, ©2007.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xxii, 361 pages) : illustrations
 Summary

 International system of units
 Metric units of measurement
 U.S. units of measurement
 Tables of equivalents
 Algebra
 Geometry
 Trigonometry
 Analytical geometry
 Mathematics of finance
 Calculus
 Statistics
 Mechanics
 Mechanics of fluid
 Temperature and heat
 Electricity and magnetism
 Light
 Wave motion and sound.
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 New York : Springer, ©2006.
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 Book — 1 online resource (lviii, 1504 pages) : illustrations
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 Units and Constants. Part A Mathematical Methods: Angular Momentum Theory. Group Theory for Atomic Shells. Dynamical Groups. Perturbation Theory. Second Quantization. Density Matrices. Computational Techniques. Hydrogenic Wave Functions. Part B Atoms: Atomic Spectroscopy. High Precision Calculations for Helium. Atomic Multipoles. Atoms in Strong Fields. Rydberg Atoms. Rydberg Atoms in Strong Static Fields. Hyperfine Structure. Precision Oscillator Strength and Lifetime Measurements. Ion Beam Spectroscopy. Line Shapes and Radiation Transfer. Thomas  Fermi and Other DensityFunctional Theories. Atomic Structure: Multiconfiguration Hartree  Fock Theories. Relativistic Atomic Structure. ManyBody Theory of Atomic Structure and Processes. Photoionization of Atoms. Autoionization. Green's Functions of Field Theory. Quantum Electrodynamics. Tests of Fundamental Physics. Parity Nonconserving Effects in Atoms. Atomic Clocks and Constraints on Variations of Fundamental Constants. Molecular Structure. Molecular Symmetry and Dynamics. Radiative Transition Probabilities. Molecular Photodissociation. TimeResolved Molecular Dynamics. Nonreactive Scattering. Gas Phase Reactions. Gas Phase Ionic Reactions. Clusters. Infrared Spectroscopy. Laser Spectroscopy in the Submillimeter and FarInfrared Region. Spectroscopic Techniques: Lasers. Spectroscopic Techniques: CavityEnhanced Methods. Spectroscopic Techniques: Ultraviolet. Part C Scattering Theory: Elastic Scattering: Classical, Quantal, and Semiclassical. Orientation and Alignment in Atomic and Molecular Collisions. ElectronAtom, ElectronIon, and ElectronMolecule Collisions. Positron Collisions. Adiabatic and Diabatic Collision Processes at Low Energies. Ion Atom and Atom  Atom Collisions. Ion  Atom Charge Transfer Reactions at Low Energies. Continuum DistortedWave and Wannier Methods. Ionization in High Energy Ion  Atom Collisions. Electron  Ion and Ion  Ion Recombination. Dielectronic Recombination. Rydberg Collisions: Binary Encounter, Born and Impulse Approximations. Mass Transfer at High Energies: Thomas Peak. Classical Trajectory and Monte Carlo Techniques. Collisional Broadening of Spectral Lines. Part D Scattering Experiments: Photodetachment. Photon  Atom Interactions: Low Energy. Photon  Atom Interactions: Intermediate Energies. Electron  Atom and Electron  Molecule Collisions. Ion  Atom Scattering Experiments: Low Energy. Ion  Atom Collisions:High Energy. Reactive Scattering. Ion  Molecule Reactions. Part E Quantum Optics: Light  Matter Interaction. Absorption and Gain Spectra. Laser Principles. Types of Lasers. Nonlinear Optics. Coherent Transients. Multiphoton and StrongField Processes. Cooling and Trapping. Quantum Degenerate Gases: Bose  Einstein Condensation. De Broglie Optics. Quantized Field Effects. Entangled Atoms and Fields: Cavity QED. Quantum Optical Tests of the Foundations of Physics. Quantum Information. Part F Applications: Applications of Atomic and Molecular Physics to Astrophysics. Comets. Aeronomy. Applications of Atomic and Molecular Physics to Global Change. Atoms in Dense Plasmas. Conduction of Electricity in Gases. Applications to Combustion. Surface Physics. Interface with Nuclear Physics. ChargedParticle  Matter Interactions. Radiation Physics.
 About the Authors. Subject Index.
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 Book — lviii, 1,503 p. : ill.
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 Units and Constants. Part A Mathematical Methods: Angular Momentum Theory. Group Theory for Atomic Shells. Dynamical Groups. Perturbation Theory. Second Quantization. Density Matrices. Computational Techniques. Hydrogenic Wave Functions. Part B Atoms: Atomic Spectroscopy. High Precision Calculations for Helium. Atomic Multipoles. Atoms in Strong Fields. Rydberg Atoms. Rydberg Atoms in Strong Static Fields. Hyperfine Structure. Precision Oscillator Strength and Lifetime Measurements. Ion Beam Spectroscopy. Line Shapes and Radiation Transfer. Thomas  Fermi and Other DensityFunctional Theories. Atomic Structure: Multiconfiguration Hartree  Fock Theories. Relativistic Atomic Structure. ManyBody Theory of Atomic Structure and Processes. Photoionization of Atoms. Autoionization. Green's Functions of Field Theory. Quantum Electrodynamics. Tests of Fundamental Physics. Parity Nonconserving Effects in Atoms. Atomic Clocks and Constraints on Variations of Fundamental Constants. Molecular Structure. Molecular Symmetry and Dynamics. Radiative Transition Probabilities. Molecular Photodissociation. TimeResolved Molecular Dynamics. Nonreactive Scattering. Gas Phase Reactions. Gas Phase Ionic Reactions. Clusters. Infrared Spectroscopy. Laser Spectroscopy in the Submillimeter and FarInfrared Region. Spectroscopic Techniques: Lasers. Spectroscopic Techniques: CavityEnhanced Methods. Spectroscopic Techniques: Ultraviolet. Part C Scattering Theory: Elastic Scattering: Classical, Quantal, and Semiclassical. Orientation and Alignment in Atomic and Molecular Collisions. ElectronAtom, ElectronIon, and ElectronMolecule Collisions. Positron Collisions. Adiabatic and Diabatic Collision Processes at Low Energies. Ion Atom and Atom  Atom Collisions. Ion  Atom Charge Transfer Reactions at Low Energies. Continuum DistortedWave and Wannier Methods. Ionization in High Energy Ion  Atom Collisions. Electron  Ion and Ion  Ion Recombination. Dielectronic Recombination. Rydberg Collisions: Binary Encounter, Born and Impulse Approximations. Mass Transfer at High Energies: Thomas Peak. Classical Trajectory and Monte Carlo Techniques. Collisional Broadening of Spectral Lines. Part D Scattering Experiments: Photodetachment. Photon  Atom Interactions: Low Energy. Photon  Atom Interactions: Intermediate Energies. Electron  Atom and Electron  Molecule Collisions. Ion  Atom Scattering Experiments: Low Energy. Ion  Atom Collisions:High Energy. Reactive Scattering. Ion  Molecule Reactions. Part E Quantum Optics: Light  Matter Interaction. Absorption and Gain Spectra. Laser Principles. Types of Lasers. Nonlinear Optics. Coherent Transients. Multiphoton and StrongField Processes. Cooling and Trapping. Quantum Degenerate Gases: Bose  Einstein Condensation. De Broglie Optics. Quantized Field Effects. Entangled Atoms and Fields: Cavity QED. Quantum Optical Tests of the Foundations of Physics. Quantum Information. Part F Applications: Applications of Atomic and Molecular Physics to Astrophysics. Comets. Aeronomy. Applications of Atomic and Molecular Physics to Global Change. Atoms in Dense Plasmas. Conduction of Electricity in Gases. Applications to Combustion. Surface Physics. Interface with Nuclear Physics. ChargedParticle  Matter Interactions. Radiation Physics.
 About the Authors. Subject Index.
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13. AIP physics desk reference [2003]
 3rd ed. / E. Richard Cohen, David Lide, George L. Trigg, editors.  New York : SpringerVerlag/AIP Press, c2003.
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 Book — xxxv, 888 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 Symbols, Units, and Nomenclature. Mathematical Basics. Acoustics. Astronomy. Astrophysics and Cosmology. Atomic and Molecular Collision Processes. Atomic Spectroscopy. Biological Physics. Crystallography. Earth, Ocean and Atmosphere Physics. Electricity and Magnetism. Elementary Particles. Fluid Dynamics. Geophysics and Geodesy. Mechanics. Medical Physics. Molecular Spectroscopy and Structure. Nonlinear Physics and Complexity. Nuclear Physics. Optics. Particle Accelerators and Storage Rings. Plasma Physics. Polymer Physics. Quantum Theory. Solid State Physics. Surfaces and Films. Thermodynamics and Thermophysics. Practical Lab Data.
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14. Handbook of physics [2002]
 Harris, J. (John), 1950
 New York : Springer, 2002.
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 Book — xxv, 1,181 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 From the Contents: I Mechanics: Kinematics. Dynamics. Rigid Bodies. Micromechanics. Gravitation and the Theory of Relativity. Mechanics of Continuous Media. Nonlinear Dynamics, Chaos, and Fractals. Tables on Mechanics
 II Vibrations and Waves: Vibrations. Waves. Acoustics. Optics. Tables on Vibrations, Waves, Acoustics, and Optics
 III Electricity: Charges and Currents. Electric and Magnetic Field. Applications in Electrical Engineering. Current Conduction in Liquids, Gases, and Vacuum. Plasma Physics. Tables on Electricity
 IV Thermodynamics: Equilibrium and State Variables. Heat, Conversion of Energy, and Changes of State. Phase Transitions, Reactions, and Equalizing of Heat. Tables on Thermodynamics
 V Quantum Physics: Photons, Electromagnetic Radiation, and Light Quanta.
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 [S.l.] : Physics Laboratory, National Institute of Standards and Technology, [1999?
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 Software/Multimedia
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Summary: "This site addresses three topics: fundamental physical constants, the International System of Units (SI), which is the modern metric system, and expressing the uncertainty of measurement results."
16. Concise handbook of mathematics and physics [1997]
 Kratkiĭ fizikomatematicheskiĭ spravochnik. English
 Alenit͡syn, A. G. (Aleksandr Georgievich)
 Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press ; Moscow : Nauka Publishers, c1997.
 Description
 Book — 499 p. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

Concise Handbook of Mathematics and Physics presents a unified and coherent treatment of all the major aspects of modern elementary physics and mathematics. This complete text/reference includes definitions of fundamental notations and physical and mathematical quantities, formulas that express the laws of physics, axioms and theorems of mathematics, and more. The information is organized logically (instead of alphabetically) for better comprehension and quick, convenient access. The book contains extensive crossreferencing between the mathematical and physical sections. reflecting the considerable overlap between these two areas of study and increasing the usefulness of this handbook. Fundamental concepts, theorems, and laws are demonstrated through numerous practical examples and tasks to help build problemsolving skills.
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 Woodbury, N.Y. : AIP Press, c1996.
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 Book — xviii, 1095 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
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 Partial Contents: Units and Constants. Mathematical Methods. Angular Momentum Theory. Group Theory for Atomic Shells. Dynamical Groups. Computational Techniques. Hydrogenic Wave Functions. Atoms. Atomic Spectroscopy. High Precision Calculations for Helium. Atomic Multipoles. Atoms in Strong Fields. Ion Beam Spectroscopy. Thomas Fermi and Other DensityFunctional Theories. ManyBody Theory of Atomic Structure and Processes. Photoionization of Atoms. Quantum Electrodynamics. Tests of Fundamental Physics. Parity Nonconserving Effects in Atoms Molecules. Molecular Structure. Radiative Transition Probabilities. Molecular Photodissociation. TimeResolved Molecular Dynamics. Gas Phase Ionic Reactions. Clusters. Infrared Spectroscopy. Laser Spectroscopy in the Submillimeter and FarInfrared Region. Spectroscopic Techniques: Lasers. Spectroscopic Techniques: Ultraviolet. Scattering Theory. Elastic Scattering: Classical, Quantal and Semiclassical. Orientation and Alignment in Atomic and Molecular Collisions. Positron Collisions. Adiabatic and Diabatic Collision Processes at Low Energies. Ion Atom Charge Transfer Reactions at Low Energies. Continuum Distorted Wave and Wannier Methods. Dielectronic.
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Market: Graduate students and professionals in atomic, molecular, and optical physics, as well as those in condensed matter and plasma physics, chemistry, and engineering. This indispensable new resource from AIP Press is the first single volume to bridge the many interrelated disciplines of atomic, molecular, and optical (AMO) physics. Along with a summary of key ideas, techniques, and results, many chapters offer you diagrams of apparatus, graphs, and table of data. From atomic spectroscopy to applications in comets, you'll find contributions from over 100 authors, all leaders in their respective disciplines. Available on CD ROM.
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18. The physics quick reference guide [1996]
 Cohen, E. Richard, 1922
 Woodbury, New York : AIP Press, c1996.
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 Book — 209 p.
 Summary

 Partial Contents:
 1. Physical Quantities, Symbols, and Units. Physical Quantities. Symbols and Nomenclature. Systems of Units.
 2. The International System of Units. Base Units. Realization of the Meter. NonSI Systems of Units.
 3. Precise Physical Constants. Standards and Conversion Factors. Unit Systems. Physical Constants.
 4. Mathematical Formulas. Algebraic Equations. Progression and Series. Logarithmic Functions. Gamma Functions. Vector Algebra.
 5. Probability and Statistics. Probability Distributions. Convolution of Distributions. Statistics.
 6. Physics Formulary. Mechanics. Wave Propagation. Electricity and Magnetism.
 7. Practical Physics. Friction. Engineering Physics. Electromagnetic Frequency Bands.
 8. Properties of Materials. The Elements. Densities. Viscosity. Surface Tension. Solubility. Vapor Pressure. Nuclear Physics.
 9. Recommended Symbols for Physical Quantities.
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19. Handbook of physical quantities [1995]
 Boca Raton, Fla. : CRC Press, 1995.
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 Book — p. cm.
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 Units of Physical Quantities, A.G. Chertov Periodic Table of Elements, K.A. Kikoin Mechanical Properties of Materials, N.V. Kadobnova and A.M. Bratkovski Compressibility, B.V. Vinogradov Density of Substances, A.P. Babichev Friction, I.I. Karasik Acoustics, L.K. Zarembo Thermometry, A.V. Inyushkin Heat Capacity, M.N. Khlopkin Temperature Coefficients of Expansion, E.B. Gel 'man Saturated Vapor Pressure, V.V. Ignatiev, V.A. Krivoruchko and A.I. Migachev Melting and Boiling, E.B. Gel 'man Equation of State and Critical Parameters of Substances, E.B. Gel 'man Surface Tension, B.D. Summ Heat Conduction, A.V. Inyushkin Viscosity, A.V. Eletskii Diffusion, A.V. Eletskii Elementary Processes in Gases and Plasma, A.V. Eletskii Ionization of Atoms and Molecules, A.A. Radzig and V.M. Shustryakov Transport Phenomena in Weakly Ionized Plasma, A.V. Eletskii Electric Characteristics of Metals and Alloys, V.S. Egorov and I.N. Khlyustikov Electrophysical Properties of Semiconductors, E.Z. Meilikhov, S.D. Lazarev, and B.A. Aronzon Insulators, A.P. Geppe Thermoelectric Phenomena, N.A. Babushkina Electron and Ion Emission, T.M. Lifshits and A.L. Musatov Magnetic Properties of DIAand Paramagnetics, V.Yu. Ivanov and L.I. Vinokurova Magnetic Properties of Ferromagnetic Metals and Alloys, K.G. Gurtovoi Antiferromagnets, V.I. Ozhogin and V.G. Shapiro Ferrites and Other Magnetic Dielectrics, M.V. Bystrov, V.L. Ivashintseva, S.A. Mironov, and R.V. Pisarev Galvanomagnetic and Thermomagnetic Phenomena, N.A. Babushkina and V.S. Egorov Optical Properties of Substances, L.A. Novitskii Atomic and Molecular Spectra, A.A. Radzig Electro, Magneto, and Piezooptical and Nonlinear Optical Effects, A.A. Malyutin, M.E. Brodov, and V.P. Yanovskii Lasers, A.A. Malyutin , E. Brodov, and V.P. Yanovskii XRay Radiation, R.M. Imamov Fundamental Particles, V.A.P. Nikitin Nuclear Properties of Nuclides, V.M. Kulakov Mossbauer Nuclei, S.S. Yakimov and V.M. Cherepanov Nuclear Reactions, V.P. Rudakov Nuclear Fission, A.I. Obukhov and I.S. Grigoriev Neutron Penetration Through Matter, S.V. Marin Passage of Ionizing Radiation Through Matter, V.P. Rudakov Cosmic Rays, V.S. Ptuskin Geophysics, I.A. Maslov Astronomy and Astrophysics, Yu. E. Lyubarskii and R.A. Syunyaev.
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20. VNR index of chemical and physical data [1992]
 James, A. M. (Arthur M.), 1923
 New York : Van Nostrand Reinhold, c1992.
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 Book — xxv, 565 p. ; 26 cm.
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A wellfocused reference answering the working technologist's requirement for reliable information in a single compact source. The Index is restricted to the data that is most needed, on the substances most often used. The authors have taken care to avoid the excess of detail that can unnecessarily slow the reader as well as mask critical properties. The book is logically organized for fast access, and minimal overlap. In addition to general properties of elements, molecules, and organic and inorganic compounds, the Index devotes separate sections to major property subcategories.
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 New York : Van Nostrand Reinhold, c1991.
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22. Instructor's solutions manual to accompany Physics for scientists & engineers, third edition [1990]
 Serway, Raymond A.
 Philadelphia : Saunders College Pub., 1990.
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23. Spravochnik po fizike [1990]
 I͡Avorskiĭ, B. M. (Boris Mikhaĭlovich)
 Izd. 3e, perer.  Moskva : Nauka, Glav. red. fizikomatematicheskoĭ litry, 1990.
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 Berlin : VDEVerlag, c1990.
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 Book — 228 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
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25. A Physicist's desk reference [1989]
 2nd ed. of Physics vade mecum.  New York : American Institute of Physics, c1989.
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 Book — 356 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
 Summary

This updated, expanded edition of the classic Physics Vade Mecum is a compact, comprehensive storehouse of the most useful information, formulas, numerical data, definitions, and references, designed for easy access with minimal searching. Saves you time and effort in solving a wide range of scientific and technical problems. A complete listing of physics data centers is included. The index has more than doubled in size from the first edition for even more efficient use. The perfect quickreference tool. A Library of Science selection.
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QC61 .P49 1989  Available 
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26. Rules of thumb for physical scientists [1988]
 Aedermannsdorf, Switzerland ; Brookfield, VT : Trans Tech Publications, c1988.
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 Book — xiv, 302 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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27. Formulas, facts, and constants for students and professionals in engineering, chemistry, and physics [1987]
 Fischbeck, Helmut J., 19282015
 2nd rev. and enl. ed.  Berlin ; New York : SpringerVerlag, c1987.
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 Book — xv, 260 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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Marine Biology Library (Miller), SAL3 (offcampus storage)
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 Horvath, A. L. (Ari L.), 1932
 London : Macmillan, 1986.
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 Book — 1 online resource (147 pages)
 Summary

 Preface  Introduction 
 PART 1  Definitions and Conversions  Fundamental Physical Constants 
 PART 2  Conversion Factors  Tables of Units  Appendix  References  Index.
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29. The AIChE pocket handbook [1985]
 Hanley, Thomas R.
 New York, N.Y. (345 E. 47th St., New York 10017) : American Institute of Chemical Engineers, c1985.
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 Book — 50 p. ; 14 cm.
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30. Fiziki : biograficheskiĭ spravochnik [1983]
 Khramov, I͡U. A. (I͡Uriĭ Alekseevich)
 Izd. 2e, ispr. i dop.  Moskva : "Nauka", Glav. red. fizikomatematicheskoĭ litry, 1983.
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 Book — 398 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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QC15 .K44 1983  Available 
 Tuma, Jan J.
 2nd enl. and rev. ed.  New York : McGrawHill, c1983.
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 Book — xiv, 478 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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32. Handbook of elementary physics [1982]
 Koshkin, N. I. (Nikolaĭ Ivanovich)
 4th ed., rev.  Moscow : Mir ; Chicago, Ill. : Imported by Imported Publications, 1982.
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 Book — 320 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
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QC23 .K6613 1982  Available 
33. AIP 50th anniversary physics vade mecum [1981]
 NY [i.e. New York] NY : American Institute of Physics, c1981.
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 Book — 330 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
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 Berlin ; New York : SpringerVerlag, [1990]
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 Image — 1 chart : col. ; 84 x 59 cm. folded to 21 x 18 cm. + 2 booklets (24 cm.)
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QC61 .L331 1990  Inlibrary use 
35. Handbook of physics [1980]
 I͡Avorskiĭ, B. M. (Boris Mikhaĭlovich)
 3rd ed.  Moscow : MIR, 1980.
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 Book — 1132 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.
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 Tuma, Jan J.
 New York : McGrawHill, [1976]
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 Book — x, 370 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
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"This handbook presents in one volume a concise summary of the major definitions, formulas, tables, and examples of elementary and intermediate technology physics ... prepared for practicing engineers, architects and technologists ... No mathematics beyond the elementary calculus is used and calculus as such is used only where absolutely necessary."Pref. The content of the book is divided into four parts: Applications of technical physics, physical tables, systems of units and their relationships and an Index.
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QC61 .T85 1976  Available 
 American Institute of Physics.
 3d ed.  New York, McGrawHill [1972]
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38. Handbook of elementary physics [1968]
 Spravochnik po elementarnoi fizike. English
 Koshkin, N. I. (Nikolaĭ Ivanovich)
 2d ed.  Moscow, Mir Publishers, 1968.
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 Book — 214 p. with diagrs., illus. 17 cm.
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39. Physics pocketbook [1967]
 Physikalisches Taschenbuch. English
 Ebert, Hermann, 1896
 [1st English ed.]  New York, Interscience Publishers [1967]
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 Book — 575 p. illus. 23 cm.
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40. American Institute of Physics handbook [1963]
 American Institute of Physics.
 2nd ed.  New York, McGrawHill [1963]
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 Book — 1 v. (various pagings) illus., maps, diagrs., tables. 24 cm.
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41. Physical laws and effects [1958]
 Hix, C. F.
 New York, J. Wiley [1958]
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 Book — 291 p. illus. 24 cm.
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42. American Institute of Physics handbook [1957]
 American Institute of Physics.
 New York, McGrawHill, 1957.
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 Book — 1 v. (various pagings) illus., diagrs., tables. 24 cm.
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QC61 .A5 1957  Available 
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 Bureick, A., editor.
 Berlin : Walter de Gruyter, 1942.
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 Book — iv, 104 pages : illustrations, charts ; 21 cm.
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