By Squires G.L.
This vintage significant other to undergraduate functional paintings in physics describes the useful, serious technique that are meant to be made to all physics experiments. It covers the statistical therapy of information and experimental equipment, and offers recommendation on preserving effective documents, calculations, and medical writing. the hot version positive factors remedy of the c2 distribution, a piece on atomic clocks, labored examples in accordance with spreadsheets, and extra routines. present examples and references were mentioned up to now. The textual content is liberally illustrated with examples and routines, with ideas to the latter. even though meant for undergraduates, sensible Physics might be of curiosity to researchers, not just in physics, yet in different sciences to boot.
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