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Vector Analysis; A Text-Book for the Use of Students of Mathematics and Physics, Founded Upon the Lectures of J. Willard Gibbs

By: Josiah Willard Gibbs; Edwin Bidwell Wilson
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Solutions of Problems in Gage's Elements of Physics : Aslo a General Review

By: Alfred Payson Gage
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Simple Experiments in Physics

By: Lothrop Davis Higgins
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Simple Experiments in Physics

By: Lothrop Davis Higgins
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School Physics : A New Text-Book for High Schools and Academies

By: Elroy Mckendree Avery
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Spiritualism and Allied Causes and Conditions of Nervous Derangement

By: William Alexander Hammond
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Space and Times in Contemporary Physics

By: Moritz Schlick

...he special principle of relativity for the whole realm of physics, and not for mechanics alone, he has striven to formulate a gen- eralized principle ... ... me- chanical experiments. This principle had been clearly stated in Newtonian mechanics. It is a matter of everyday ex- perience that all mechanical ... ...could in no wise establish that his vehicle was moving. To this old theorem of mechanics there was now to be added the corollary that electrodynamical... ...ty. Its great impor- tance in physics is derived from the electro-dynamics and mechanics which correspond to this type of kinematics. But for our pres... ...seemed to be constrained to develop in the contrary direction; for, whereas in classical mechanics all systems moving uniformly and rectilinearly with... ...cceeded in ex- tending the special principle of relativity, which was valid in classical mechanics, to all physical phenomena, could the idea of the e... ...e to the action on the earth of the heavenly bodies. Now, as a matter of fact, classical mechanics is acquainted with an action which all bodies exert... ...relatively to an inertial system, the necessary central force is, according to classical mechanics, proportional to a factor m which is a characterist... ...ffect, as different manifestations of one and the same governing principle. In classical mechanics, however, not the slightest connexion was introduce...

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Something about X-Rays for Everybody

By: Edward Trevert
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Soil Science : Volume 6

By: Rutgers University
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Soil Science : Volume 8

By: Rutgers University
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Soil Science : Volume 10

By: Rutgers University
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Soil Science : Volume 5

By: Rutgers University
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Short Studies in Physical Science : Mineralogy, Chemistry, And Physics

By: Cornish, Vaughan, 1862-1948

...ul care with which the final experi- ments were carried out, stand recorded in his classical memoirs with that clearness and precision of expression c...

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Rural Economy, In Its Relations with Chemistry, Physics and Meteorology, Tr. With an Intr.

By: Jean Baptiste J. D. Boussingault; Translated by George Law
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The Revolution in Physics

By: Louis de Broglie

...ion: The Importance of Quanta /. Why It Is Necessary To Know About Quanta 2. Classical Mechanics and Physics Are Approxima tions 13 Chapter 1: Classic... ...mportance of Quanta /. Why It Is Necessary To Know About Quanta 2. Classical Mechanics and Physics Are Approxima tions 13 Chapter 1: Classical Mechani... ...Of A Point 25 5. The Dynamics Of Systems Of Material Points 30 4. Analytical Mechanics And The Theory Of Jacobi 34 5. The Principle Of Least Action 31... ...s And The Theory Of Jacobi 34 5. The Principle Of Least Action 31 Chapter 2: Classical Physics 1. The Extension Of Mechanics 2. Optics . o "* ~"< ^ ^ ... ...rinciple Of Least Action 31 Chapter 2: Classical Physics 1. The Extension Of Mechanics 2. Optics . o "* ~"< ^ ^ -^ 43 45 - 7 CONTENTS 5. Electricity ... .../. The Atomic Structure Of Matter 59 2. Kinetic Theory Of Gases. Statistical Mechanics 62 3. The Granular Structure Of Electricity: Electrons And Prot... ...o 4. General Relativity $4 Chapter 5: The Appearance Of Quanta In Physics /. Classical Physics And Quantum Physics $$ 2. The Theory Of Black Body Radi... ...sly, were introduced into it. On that day, the vast and grandiose edifice of classical physics found itself shaken to its very foundations, without an... ...t of the revolution which has come to pass. Faithful to the Cartesian ideal, classical physics showed us the universe as being analogous to an immense...

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Reprint of Sections on Wireless Telegraphy and Wireless Telephony from Practical Physics

By: Millikan, Robert Andrews, 1868-1953
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Report of Work Done in the Division of Chemistry and Physics, Mainly during the Fiscal Years : No. 27

By: Frank Wigglesworth Clarke
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Report of Work Done in the Division of Chemistry and Physics, Mainly during the Fiscal Years : No. 55

By: Frank Wigglesworth Clarke
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The Remains of John Briggs : Containing Letters from the Lakes; Westmorland as It Was; Theological Essays; Tales; Remarks on the Newtonian Theory of Light; And Fugitive Pieces

By: Briggs, John, 1788-1824

...d the sports. You, my dear F2 60 LETTERS FROM THE LAKES. brother, from your classical reading, will be scarcely able to comprehend what the word rega... ... things Saxon^ the provincial name for firing, whetherwood or turf. With the mechanics, this was the workshop. The mell door opened into the Jieck, a ... ...to creep into the servants 1 hall, on Christmas Eve. All the la- bourers and mechanics of the neighbourhood paid their annual visit to the kitchens of...

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Questions on General Physics in Four Parts : Based on the 10Th Ed. Of Everett

By: Harold Whiting
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