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Physics Book Reviews

Physics is a science that explains the relationship of matter and it functioning. In the books that we have featured we have a collection for both educational purposes and for general reading. The books have been written by expert scientists who have long experience in the subject. The readers are amazed by what they learn from the books thus they tend to buy more and more. We have tried to get the most simplified books so that they can be understood by everyone without having to refer to scientific dictionaries to get meanings or explanations. Also the formulae to calculate most of the physics equations are simplified and well explained. So for the physics lovers this is your forum; books and journals are available with numerous discussions made by members thus all questions you have will get answered very fast. The discussions are on many topics as selected by us and the members making very interesting to participate.
Displaying 1-3 of 3 result(s). Science Experiment Kits
Posted by Poal Robrts. Published on Dec 19, 2009
Science is a core set of toy or collecting toys for children, but scientific! What do we mean by that? Well, in contrast to the doll or toy car, for example, the science of the scientific project or project group, consisting of practical experiments, which often lead to toy science fun. Science kits, such as those sold on Science Store for the stars, presented in easy to understand and interesting way and are designed to teach children the facts about the different scientific disciplines.
In Search Of Schrodinger's Cat – Quantum Physics And Reality
Posted by Alojz Kajinic. Published on Feb 20, 2009
In Search of Schrodinger's Cat was one of very few popular science books published in the early 1980s on the subject of quantum mechanics. The title of the book refers to a famous thought experiment (paradox) devised by Austrian physicist Erwin Schrodinger. The thought experiment presents a hypothetical cat that apparently can be simultaneously both dead and alive (or neither dead nor alive), depending on an earlier random event, and assuming that the Copenhagen interpretation of quantum mechanics can be applied to everyday objects.
Calphad (calculation Of Phase Diagrams) – A Comprehensive Guide
Posted by Alojz Kajinic. Published on Dec 17, 2008
This excellent book is probably the first comprehensive guide to the CALPHAD method. CALPHAD is an acronym that was coined in the early 1970s and stands for CALculation of PHAse Diagrams. The book covers the history of the CALPHAD method; the laws and basic concepts of thermodynamics (enthalpy, heat capacity, chemical equilibrium, Gibbs energy, etc); various experimental techniques to measure thermodynamic quantities and to construct phase diagrams; thermodynamic models for solutions and compound phases (stoichiometric compounds, random substitutional models, sublattice models, ionic liquid models, and aqueous solutions); phase stabilities; short-range and long-range ordering models; the role of magnetic Gibbs energy; computational methods and thermodynamic optimization of phase diagrams; as well as the coupling of thermodynamics and kinetics.