Hi everyone, I apologize if I've placed this in the wrong section. I don't know if anyone will be able to help me with this, but after an exhaustive search of the net, I can't seem to find my answer. There is a university physics textbook that my local public library once had in circulation (they no longer do) that I used to frequently check out as a teenager. I would love to see if I can find this book once again but unfortunately, I do not know the name(s) of the author nor the publisher. The only information I can recall is that the title is "Physics" in large white letters (I believe). I am sure the publication was in the 1970's; I feel confident it was probably between 1977-1979 range. The book's cover was a picture of electrical discharges, not a picture of lightning, but rather in a kind of laboratory doing electrical experimentation, if that makes sense. If this sounds familiar to anyone and if anyone has any information whatsoever regarding the publisher or author(s), I would be greatly appreciative. I'm sorry my description is so choppy. Thank you for taking the time to read!