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Update: Books in Comments
It has been a while since anything new was posted by me. But many good natured people have invested their time and efforts to keep the book coming. This post is for bringing forth those contributions and contributors. Chances are … Continue reading
Electricity and Magnetism – Matveev
We now come to a long awaited book by A. N. Matveev. Sometime back we had seen his Mechanics and Theory of Relativity. In this post we will see Electricity and Magnetism. This book is a part of 5 book … Continue reading
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Tagged ampere's law, biosavart law, conductivity, coulomb's law, dielectrics, direct current, electric charge, electricity, electromagnetic field, electromagnetic induction, electromagnetic waves, electromagnetism, electrostatic field, invariance, kirchoff's laws, magnetics, magnetism, matveev, maxwells's equations, noise, quasi stationary, Quasistationary Electromagnetic Field, wave guides
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Fundamentals of The Theory of Electricity – Tamm
Fundamentals of the Theory of Electricity is a classical course in electrodynamics written by Igor E. Tamm (18951971), one of the most outstanding and wellknown Soviet physicists. In this post we will see a book titled Fundamentals of The Theory … Continue reading
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Tagged coulomb's law, dielectrics, dipole, electric current, electric field, gauss's law, joule's law, kirchoff's laws, lorentz force, magnetics, ohm's law, polarization, ponderomotive interaction, potential function, poynting's theorem, Quasistationary Electromagnetic Field, skin effect, vector potential
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Electrodynamics – Novozhilov, Yappa
In this post we will see Electrodynamics by Yu. V. Novozhilov and Yu. A. Yappa. From the Preface: This book originated from our experience in teaching electrodynamics as part of a series of lectures in theoretical physics. The lectures were … Continue reading
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Tagged absorption, boundary value problems, current, dielectrics, electrodynamics, electromagnetic field, isotropic media, lorentzdirac equation, mathematics, maxwells's equations, MHD, mir books, noether's theorem, potential function, radiation thermodynamics, relativistic electrodynamics, scattering, special relativity, wave equations
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The Root System of Fruit Plants – Kolesnikov
In this post we will see a book titled The Root System of Fruit Plants by V. Kolesnikov. About the book: The Root System of Fruit Plants provides the horticulturist with the information he needs to be able to choose an … Continue reading
Mechanics and Theory of Relativity – Matveev
In this post we will see a book by A. N. Matveev titled Mechanics and Theory of Relativity. About the book: This is the first volume (second Russian edition) of a course on general physics (the second, third and fourth … Continue reading
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Tagged angular momentum, coriolis acceleration, energy conservation, equivale, forces, fricion, galilean relativity, galilean transformation, general relativity, inertial frames, interial mass, laws of conservation, lorentz transformation, matveev, mechanics, mir books, moment of inertia, newton's laws, nonintertial frames, pendulum, physical quantities, physics, rigid body, special relativity, theory of relativity, time, units, velocity of light, zero gravity
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Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Reactors – Klimov
In this post we will see Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Reactors by A. Klimov. About the book: The book covers different aspects of nuclear physics. In chapters 1 to 4 basics of nuclear physics and interactions of elementary particles are … Continue reading
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Tagged antimatter, atomin nuclei, chain reaction, critical mass, diffusion of neutrons, dosimetry, elementary particles, fast reactors, heavy water reactors, interactions, light water reactors, noncritical reactor, nuclear physics, nuclear reactors, physics, quantum mehcanics, radiation shielding
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Something Called Nothing – Podolny
The present book relates the history of views, the development of ideas, often ones that are still in the making. In this post we will see a book about nothing! The curios title of the book is Something Called Nothing … Continue reading
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Tagged dirac sea, elementary particles, ether, fields, history of science, mir publishers, neutrino, physics, planck length, popular science, quantum mecha, vacuum, void
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Differential Equations and the Calculus of Variations – Elsgolts
In this post we will see the book Differential Equations and the Calculus of Variations by L. Elsgolts. About the book: This text is meant for students of higher schools and deals with the most important sections of mathematicsdifferential equations … Continue reading
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Tagged boundary value problems, calculus of variation, canonical forms, conditional extremals, euler's equation, extremals, isoperimetric problems, Kantorovich's Method, linear differential equations, Lyapunov's Second Method, mathematics, partial differential equations, perturbations, Pfaffian Equations, physics, Ritz method, Systems of Differential Equations, Theory of Stability, Variational Problems
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Problems in Higher Mathematics – Minorsky
In this post we will see Problems in Higher Mathematics by V. P. Minorsky. About the book: The list of topics covered is quite exhaustive and the book has over 2500 problems and solutions. The topics covered are plane and … Continue reading
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Tagged algebra, analysis, circle, definite integral, derivative, differential equations, differentiation, ellipse, functions, geometry, hyperbola, integral calculus, lines, mathematics, parabola, planes, problems and solutions, series
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