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General Physics: An Elementary Text-Book for Colleges

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General Physics: An Elementary Text-Book for Colleges
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Publisher: MacMillan
ISBN/ASIN: B002I9ZKI8
Number of pages: 548

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The author keeps the treatment elementary, and yet includes all the fundamental principles of physics. The book covers kinematics, simple harmonic motion, some general properties of matter, some special properties of matter, waves, sound, theory of heat, magnetism, electrostatics, electric currents, light, optical instruments.

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