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Greg Bernhardt

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Dec1013 01:27 PM
BenMorgan

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HI,
could someone please suggest me a good book to learn both Tensors as well as General relativity? It has to be...

Jun310 11:22 PM
naele

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hi!
i study statistical mechanics from this book at the moment and i'm a little bit confused somtimes. i thougt if...

May2012 08:46 PM
klabautermann

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I would like to read a book about semiconductor devices. Ultimately I
want to understand thin film transistors...

May2008 04:50 PM
rhubarbpf

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Ok, so last year was my junior year in applied mathematics, and I decided to declare a second major in physics. My...

Mar612 02:10 AM
Broccoli21

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Hi All,
Pls let me know if anyone of you gone thru this book .
" Remarkable Physicists : From Galileo to Yukawa"...

Aug1104 11:12 AM
praveen

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I'm taking a mathematical methods for physicists class and we're using the Arfken and Weber book which does a horrible...

Dec210 05:34 PM
mathwonk

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anyone could recommend a practical + scientific (2 in 1) electoronics book?
I have a Microelectronic Circuits book...

Oct504 07:53 AM
Tom Mattson

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Hey everyone,
What is a really good Physics textbook for one who has Geomerty, Alg II, and some PreCalc/Calc...

May112 04:47 PM
jbmiller

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Hi,
I would like to ask for opinions about the above two textbooks.
University Physics by Young and Freedman...

Mar2310 05:52 AM
simpleton

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Hi
Could you suggest me a good book on variational formulations?
thanks

Nov2811 08:38 PM
Daverz

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I'm looking for Basic Quantum Optics explaining very easily the concept and fundamental principle. What are you gonna...

Mar2109 06:52 AM
f95toli

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I am finding it very difficult to solve Irodov's Problems in General Physics, I need good book which can help me to...

Mar912 06:06 AM
Dr. Physics

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In the second edition of Apostol's Mathematical Analysis he comments:
"The material on line integrals, vector...

Mar1012 04:31 PM
sponsoredwalk

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I'm looking for an introductory book for knot theory. I have background in topology and algebraic topology. I would...

Apr1511 09:03 AM
xristy

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Dear all,
Some of you might know that I am self studying General relativity starting with learning about tensor...

Jul714 11:52 AM
MrR

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So these last couple of weeks, turning into months, I've been pondering whether to start a whole new career in...

Dec609 03:44 AM
Ryker

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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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Another thread by me within minutes of posting another....
I have 'Meeting the Universe Halfway', 'Quantum Reality:...

Feb811 08:31 PM
kote

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As part of an award I won from my physics department, I get a free physicsrelated book of my choosing, with a 50...

Mar1411 09:19 PM
Jack21222

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Microelectronic Circuits book by Sedra/Smith.
Did anyone of you used this book, which courses and what is your...

Apr1407 03:25 PM
budala

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Hello, I'm about to start university as an electrical engineer student, and I'd like to have a better grasp of the...

May2611 08:51 PM
hitmeoff

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I have a lecturer who has taunted me with the book "Table of Integrals, Series & Products"
by Gradshteyn & Ryshik...

Jan2412 10:07 AM
xepma

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Hi all,
I am a graduate student in physical chemistry and I have discovered a fairly large hole in my knowledge. I...

Jul3112 09:51 PM
Jorriss

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Ok so I found this cool book entitled: Principle of Mechanics by SYNGE & GRIFFITH,McGrawHill, 1959. It looks really...

Jul2607 01:26 PM
loto

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I'm planning on teaching myself C++. Does anybody know of any good books to learn from? I have a little bit of prior...

Jan1311 08:26 PM
Daverz

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So here I am:
Before beginning the Irish Leaving Cert last September (equivalent to British ALevels, etc), I had...

Jun3010 08:04 PM
physicsnoob93

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I'm taking a Linear Algebra / Vector Calculus course this semester as part of a maths major for my Comp Sci undergrad....

Feb2912 08:42 PM
mathwonk

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Hey,
I am looking for a book / paper / pdf which covers things like
maxwell EM field theory
gravitational...

Aug1513 11:52 PM
Daverz

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Hello everyone,
I am 17 years old now and my ambition for the future is to become a theoratical physicit .Many...

Jul2013 07:24 AM
Physic lover

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Just wanted to see if anyone out there has a suggestion for a good reference text for flight mechanics, stability and...

Mar311 09:03 PM
Uni_questions

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ok, so I'm about to start a computer science degree course. One of the entry requirements for mathematics is a C or...

Aug2811 09:35 PM
doodle_sack

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I'm sure this question comes up a lot around here (I can see as much from the other threads on this page), but the...

Jul1909 10:57 PM
redrzewski

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Has anybody read these books?
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Sep510 03:24 AM
Goldbeetle

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Please Suggest what will be the order as Elementry to Intermediate to Advanced.
Is this Correct Choice...

Jan113 11:46 PM
n10Newton

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i wonder, the book by kip thorne and john wheeler called gravitation, is it a technical textbook on gr? and on a scale...

Aug1106 01:08 PM
George Jones

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As per the title, I need a cryptography book that does not shy away from math. To me it seems like many crypto books...

Jan1612 02:45 PM
DivisionByZro

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Are spinors needed in modern theoretical physics as opposed to tensors? I have come across Penrose's book "Spinors and...

Nov1411 07:52 AM
QuArK21343

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In PA, the libraries' reading program is about science. I read the book, "Life as we do not know it" and want a book...

Jul814 08:43 PM
lenell

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Hi all,
I graduated a few years ago with a Bachelors in Civil Engineering and now work as a structural engineer. I...

Dec1113 06:00 PM
thegreenlaser

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Here's a list of most of the textbooks I've read;
Mathematical Methods in the Physical Sciences  Mary Boas...

Aug312 12:07 AM
Sankaku

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