


Physics Handbook For Science and Engineering Seventh Edition




Description 
Those are commonenough posers for the busy physicist. Buy now there need be no more library of headscratiching for that elusive data. Here at last is a single volume which summarizes the entire world of physics. An important learning tool for the student, an invaluable refernces for the professional. In the Physics handbook you can quickly locate any data and formulae you need. Clearly presented, extensively indexed, this impressive work includes: Numerical Values (in SI units as wel as other suitable units) of the fundamental constants of physics, numerical values of nonSI units etc.Data on mechanical, thermal, electric, atomic, nuclear, solid state and other properties of numerious materials , including the elements of the periodic table and astronomical objects. A wide selection of physical notation and formulae, mathematical formulae, equation, integrals etc. The tables comprise extensive nuclear data, including binding energy, halflife, fission product yields, crosssections, decay modes, and decay energes of numerous nuclides. Contents Preface, Constants and Units  Fundamentals Constant of Physics, Units of Physics Physics Tables  Mechanics and Thermal physics, Electricity, Electronics, Waves, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Nuclear Physics, Particle Physics, Solid State Physics, Astrophysics and Geophysics Physical Formulae and Diagrams  Classical Mechanics, Thermal Physics, Electromagnetic Theory, Electronics, Waves Quantum Mechanics, Atomic and Molecular Physics, Statistical Physics, Solic State Physics, Astrophysics and Geophysics, Solid mechanics, Mathematical Formulae  Mathematical Constants, Algebra, Geometric Formulae, Trignometric Identies, Derivatives, Integral, Taylor Series, Special Polynomials and Associated Functions, Vector Analysis, Special Coordinate Systems, Laplace Transforms, Fourier Series, Fourier Transforms, Differntial Equations, Numerical Methods, Error Estimation Appendix  The Greek Alphabet, . Notation and Wroting Rules, History of the Elements, Famous Physicists, Events in the History of Physics and Engineering, Conspicuous Physical Properties Addenda Index









