Is there any book on experimental physics that can be read?

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Does such a thing exist ?
 

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vanhees71
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I don't understand the question. There are tons of experimental-physics books available on the market. It's of course difficult to filter out what you want, if you don't tell us!
 
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I mean books for someone who has no experience or very little with it. Like some sort of introduction ? Not sure if my question is clear !
 
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OK - then also look at the other books suggested on that page.
At the beginner level, experimental work is taught alongside core physics: the two are strongly related. It is unusual to have a text just following one.
The book I pointed you to is more an overview for people knowledgeable but unfamiliar with the machinery.
 
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