Elements Of Physics Vol. I

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New Age International, 2004 - 666 pages
Salient Features Of This New Edition : * It Is Thoroughly Revised, Enlarged, And Updated Keeping In View The New Syllabus Introduced By The Council Of Higher Secondary Education. Volume Of The Book Contains Mechanics, General Properties Of Matter, Heat And Thermodynamics, And Vibrations And Waves. * Volume Ii Includes Optics, Electricity And Magnetism, And Modern Physics. * The Subject Is Presented Herein In A Clear And Concise Way With Illustrations From The Modern Technologically Advanced World. The Language Is Simple And Lucid. * Care Has Been Taken To Expose The Students To Different Systems Of Units, Including Si. * Various Types Of Problems Have Been Solved. Numerous Questions And Problems Have Also Been Set As Exercises For The Students. Most Of Them Have Been Carefully Selected From Recent Examination Papers. * A Number Of Interesting Objectives (With Answers) Have Been Included To Help The Students In Joint Entrance Examinations. * Many Harder Problems Particularly Meant For Competitive Examinations Have Been Incorporated. A Number Of These Problems Have Been Solved, And The Rest Are Left As Exercises For The Students.

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