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Cambridge International AS & A Level Physics Practical Workbook

Fully revised and updated content matching the Cambridge International Examinations 9702 syllabus for first examination in 2016.
R 238,00 R 280,00

30-Second Quantum Theory : The 50 most thought-provoking quantum concepts, each explained in half a minute

A beautifully illustrated, full-colour guide to one of science's most infamously impenetrable subjects.
R 204,00 R 240,00

Cambridge International AS and A Level Physics 2nd ed

Clear coverage of the latest specification from an experienced author team of examiners and teachers, plus a free Student's CD-ROM featuring interactive tests and additional revision support.
R 1 012,95

An Introduction to Mechanics

Now brought up to date, this improved second edition is ideal for classical mechanics courses for first- and second-year undergraduates with foundation skills in mathematics. The book retains all the features of the first edition, but with new examples taken from recent developments and a solutions manual for instructors at
R 1 122,00 R 1 320,00

Back-of-the-envelope Quantum Mechanics: With Extensions To Many-body Systems And Integrable Pdes

Dimensional and order-of-magnitude estimates are practiced by almost everybody but taught almost nowhere. When physics students engage in their first theoretical research project, they soon learn that exactly solvable problems belong only to textbooks, that numerical models are long and resource consuming, and that "something else" is needed to quickly gain insight into the system they are going to study. Qualitative methods are this "something else", but typically, students have never heard of
R 1 142,40 R 1 344,00

Advances In Atomic Physics: An Overview

Presents a comprehensive overview of the advances seen in atomic physics. This book explains how such progress was possible by highlighting connections between developments that occurred at different times. It is suitable for students, teachers and researchers in quantum and atomic physics.
R 999,60 R 1 176,00

Basics Of Statistical Physics: A Bachelor Degree Introduction

An introduction to statistical physics that focuses on the basic principles, and attempts to explain these in simple terms supplemented by numerous examples. This title includes chapters that treat significant applications to solids, radiation and to electrons in metals. Each chapter concludes with examples and exercises.
R 1 142,40 R 1 344,00

Black Holes: New Horizons

Suitable for those interested in black holes, this book collects together summaries of work on a modern theory of black holes in terms of local notions, covering fields as diverse as classical and numerical general relativity, differential geometry, thermodynamics, quantum field theory, and quantum gravity.
R 1 927,80 R 2 268,00

Bose, Spin And Fermi Systems: Problems And Solutions

This book provides a comprehensive collection of problems together with their detailed solutions for Bose, Spin, Fermi systems and also interacting systems.
R 1 547,00 R 1 820,00

An Introduction to Nuclear Physics

This wonderfully clear and concise nuclear physics textbook provides the basis for a core second/third year undergraduate physics module. A wide range of applications and aspects of nuclear physics are described, for example power generation from nuclear fission, nucleosynthesis, biological effects of nuclear radiation, solar neutrinos, neutrino physics.
R 771,71 R 907,89

Advanced Quantum Mechanics

Comprises the lectures on quantum electrodynamics given by the author at Cornell University in 1951.
R 833,00 R 980,00

Advanced Quantum Mechanics

Renowned physicist and mathematician Freeman Dyson is famous for his work in quantum mechanics, nuclear weapons policy and bold visions for the future of humanity. This title comprises of the legendary lectures on quantum electrodynamics first given by Dyson at Cornell University in 1951.
R 1 927,80 R 2 268,00