The New Physics

The New Physics

Book - 1989
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The New Physics is a sweeping survey of developments in physics up to the present day. All of the major topics at the frontiers of the subject have been covered in this collection of reviews. Whether the reader wants to know about the ultimate building blocks of matter; the structure, origin and evolution of the Universe; quantum gravity; low temperature physics; optics and lasers; chaos or quantum mechanics; this widely acclaimed book contains a clear explanation by one of the top scientists working in the field. Aimed at scientists and laymen alike, the articles are profusely illustrated throughout with colour photographs and clear explanatory diagrams, and have been meticulously edited to ensure they will appeal to a wide range of readers. In this single volume, Paul Davies, renowned for his ability to communicate advanced topics to the non-specialist, has gathered an exciting collection of reviews by many of the world's top physicists.
Publisher: Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1989
ISBN: 9780521304207
Call Number: 530 N4202
Characteristics: 516 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm
Additional Contributors: Davies, P. C. W.


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