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Fredrik

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I'm on first semester, having classic mechanics cource and i need some good problem book with problems, with to be...

Feb310 06:35 AM
Truecrimson

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Hello,
I'm about to start my year 11 & 12 studies. Among the compulsory subjects I'm going to take Maths, Physics,...

Feb310 05:45 AM
j manoj

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I am searching for a book that analyses the philosophical aspects arising from quantum theory like EPR paradox, Bell's...

Feb210 08:56 AM
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Feb110 06:46 PM
Sankaku

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Anybody have any experience with this book? It seems to be the standard in several graduate E&M courses in the EE...

Jan3110 03:29 PM
jasonRF

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Hey!
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Jan3010 09:36 PM
nicksauce

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Can someone recommend me a good book about physical optics, with solved examples?

Jan3010 11:43 AM
dingo_d

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Hello All,
Am studying GR using a text by Hartle. From time to time need a better intuitive understanding of...

Jan3010 09:43 AM
Pinu7

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Has anybody read/studied this book:...

Jan2910 07:05 AM
Goldbeetle

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I am near the end of "Six not so easy pieces" by Richard Feynman and would like to go onto Quantum Mechanics can...

Jan2810 06:15 PM
humanino

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Gennaro Auletta's Quantum Mechanics, any of you folks read this book before? Is it okay for beginners?
Also, can...

Jan2810 07:41 AM
kuahji

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Could anyone recommend a good book on Lie Algebras for selfstudy? I need to deeply understand Dynkin diagrams and...

Jan2710 05:00 PM
Pinu7

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Dear all,
does anybody know where I can find this article (bibliographical references). Are there similar articles...

Jan2710 05:43 AM
tinytim

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Do you recommend a book in the technics of graphing functions specially the polar and spherical functions ...
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Jan2610 02:07 PM
M.M.M

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I am an undergraduate student, and I just started a course called "Mathematics of Compound Interest." Most of the...

Jan2610 12:59 PM
mathematicsma

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Science is independent of philosophy, however, Theoretical Physics is not JUST a science and sometimes philosophical...

Jan2610 07:42 AM
Pinu7

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What is the best gradlevel book on the cosmological constant problem that introduces quantum field theory,...

Jan2610 01:44 AM
Geremia

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Is it just me or is this book complete ****? I've only read the second chapter on velocity and acceleration but it's...

Jan2510 09:07 PM
Pinu7

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Hi,
I'm taking a Fluid Mechanics course. The lecturer is very closely (letter to letter) following the book by...

Jan2510 04:27 PM
MaxManus

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Hey so I am doing a grad course on logic and skipping the undergrad introductory course. My friends have said that I...

Jan2410 11:37 PM
aneesh.mulye

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This will be a pretty straightforward question. Is Spivak's Calculus comprehensive enough for one embarking on...

Jan2010 07:18 PM
johnnyies

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Jan2010 04:25 PM
n!kofeyn

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can anyone tell me about abook where i can find many solved examples on nuclear engineering and nuclear reactors??
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Jan2010 07:07 AM
ahmedbadr

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Hi, I'm looking for some new books to get my teeth into that are physics/philosophy based. Currently i'm confined to...

Jan2010 01:28 AM
DB

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Hey there, i'd really like a simple answer if I could =P
I'm considering buying Stewarts "Calculus";
browsing...

Jan1910 05:56 PM
story645

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Which book is more helpful?

Jan1910 04:52 PM
Phyisab****

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Hello all,
Purely out of interest, I considered taking a general physics course at my local university. However, I...

Jan1910 10:41 AM
Fightfish

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Please recommend me some good books which will help me to study these topics in physics masters course .
Classical...

Jan1510 02:07 PM
Daverz

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I hope it's ok to post this here.
I have written an introductory book on supersymmetry, which assumes only some...

Jan1410 10:33 AM
blechman

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what is a good book to begin learning of tensors and tensors analysis?

Jan1410 07:25 AM
player1_1_1

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Hi.
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Jan1310 09:03 PM
bcrowell

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Hi, I'm wondering if there were any books for which if you were able to do the problems, then you're in good shape.....

Jan1310 08:55 PM
Pinu7

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Hello,
Im struggling with a pretty horrendous lecturer for this 2nd year course, so am trying to learn a lot of it...

Jan1310 12:57 PM
Prologue

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What is the best paper which introduces both quantum computing and the Shor factorization algorithm? Thanks

Jan1210 12:56 PM
Geremia

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I am going to take Electrodynamics & Thermodynamics for the next semester, I am wondering if there are good problem...

Jan1210 06:50 AM
CFDFEAGURU

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Besides the obvious: Experience in a technical field...What is the process for becoming an author of a technical book?...

Jan1110 02:43 PM
Pinu7

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Hello there, I would like to just say before beginning that this is an excellent forum, and I have found it invaluable...

Jan910 01:46 PM
nicksauce

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Have anyone of you have listened about Melvin Schwartz's book on...

Jan910 09:07 AM
Chewy0087

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I'm sure this has been posted before, but I did a quick search and couldn't spot anything.
I was wondering what...

Jan810 11:30 PM
Daverz

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