Great Experiments in Physics: Firsthand Accounts from Galileo to Einstein
From Galileo's famous experiments in accelerated motion to Einstein's revolutionary theory of relativity, the experiments recorded here trace the evolution of modern physics from its beginnings to the mid-20th century. Brought together for the first time in one volume are important source readings on 25 epochal discoveries that changed man's understanding of the physical world. 'the accounts, written by the physicists who made them, include:
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Boyles Law Pressurevolume Relations in a Gas
The Laws of Motion
The Laws of Electric and Magnetic Force
The Law of Gravitation
The Interference of Light
The Diffraction of Light
The Mechanical Equivalent of Heat
The Photoelectric Effect
The Elementary Electric Charge
Electromagnetic Induction and Laws of Electrolysis
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Great Experiments in Physics. viii - 370 pp., figs., tables. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1959. $4.40. According to Professor Shamos this compilation ...
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Great Experiments in Physics. Morris Shamos, ed. Natural Science One, 2 volumes. course anthology. Periodic Table Of Elements. di Mendeleev, et al. ...
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(Quoted from Great Experiments in Physics, ed. mh Shamos, 1959.) Galileo is being very precise by inserting the word 'any'--the distances must be equal for ...
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In Great Experiments in Physics. Edited by Morris H. Shamos. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1959, pp. 93-120. Alder, Ken. "A Revolution to Measure: ...
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Great Experiments in Physics. Thirty Years that Shook Physics (1985). by George Gamow ... Great Experiments in Physics (1987). by Morris H. Shamos ...
Shamos, Great Experiments in Physics, pp. 42-58. 2 Harmonic Motion. 2.1 Free Oscillator. Many different types of harmonic motion exist. ...
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See, eg, Great Experiments in Physics, edited by mh Shamos (Henry Holt and Company, New York, 1959), p. 93. R. Feynman, R. Leighton, and M. Sands, ...
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