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Biography of physics
|Statement||George Gamow ; illustrated by the author.|
|Series||Hutchinson science library|
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Biography Of Physics. Unlike many books on physics which focus entirely on fact and theory with little or no historic detail, this work incorporates fascinating personal and biographical data about the great physicists past and present/5.
Gamow breaks the book down into different "ages" of physics. He goes from the Dawn of Physics through The Atomic Nucleus and Elementary Particles. He starts out talking about the Laws of Strings, Democritus, and Archimedes all set in B.C.
Gamow often talks about each technology with the stories that brought about it.5/5(3). Explore our list of Physicists - Biography Books at Barnes & Noble®.
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Biography of physics. Gamow has written a view of physics which does not teach basic facts exclusively or dwell completely on biographical data, but rather, Dr. Gamow does both, for each chapter presents one or two great physicts and then discusses the. Addeddate Identifier BiographyOfPhysics Identifier-ark ark://t2xz Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR) Ppi Scanner.
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By one of the leading physicists of the twentieth century, George Gamow's One, Two, Three Infinity is one of the most memorable popular books on physics, mathematics, and science generally ever written, famous for having, directly or indirectly, launched the academic and/or scientific careers of many young people whose first real encounter with the wonders and mysteries of mathematics and science was through reading this book /5(22).
Stephen Hawking was a British scientist, professor and author who performed groundbreaking work in physics and cosmology, and whose books helped to make science accessible to : This richly detailed biography captures both the personal life and the scientific career of Isaac Newton, presenting a fully rounded picture of Newton the man, the scientist, the philosopher, the theologian, and the public figure.
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His book titled Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophyexplained laws of motion and universal gravitation; ideas which have commanded the attention of scientists for three centuries. Alessandro Volta(). Learn more about the life and work of James C. Maxwell, a 19th century pioneer in chemistry and physics who articulated the idea of electromagnetism, at : From Thales ' first attempt to characterise matter, to Democritus ' deduction that matter ought to reduce to an invariant state, the Ptolemaic astronomy of a crystalline firmament, and Aristotle's book Physics (an early book on physics, which attempted to analyze and define motion from a philosophical point of view), various Greek philosophers advanced their own theories of nature.
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Dr. Michio Kaku is an American theoretical physicist, best known as one of the founders of string field theory. He has published several books and hosts television specials and a weekly radio program. Michio Kaku specializes in public outreach and explaining complicated physics concepts in terms people can understand and appreciate.