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Fluid Mechanics: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Eric Lauga
9780198831006 Fluid mechanics is an important branch of physics concerned with the way in which fluids, such as liquids and gases, behave when in motion and at rest. Starting from the fundamental underlying physical principles, Eric Lauga highlights the role of fluid motion in both the natural and industrial world, and considers future applications. 

Introducing Einstein's Relativity: A Deeper UnderstandingSecond Edition £40.00 Ray d'Inverno, James Vickers
9780198862031 This textbook provides students with a sound mathematical introduction coupled to an understanding of the physical insights needed to explore the subject 

Planetary Systems: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Raymond T. Pierrehumbert
9780198841128 For many decades, we were only familiar with our own system of planets, the Solar System, orbiting our Sun. Now we know that it is just one among a vast range of planetary systems around distant stars. This book explores the nature and variety of planetary systems, how they are formed, and how they die. 

Time: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Jenann Ismael
9780198832669 What is time? This book describes the developing physics of the concept of time from Newton, via Einstein, to the present day, and the related philosophical aspects. It also discusses the psychological experience of time and insights from cognitive science. 

Essays in Physics: Thirtytwo thoughtful essays on topics in undergraduatelevel physics£59.99 Geoffrey Brooker
9780198857242 Essays in Physics is a consideration of the more puzzling and exciting aspects of physics, including discussions of many errors and misconceptions in the field. 

Philosophy of Physics: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 David Wallace
9780198814320 Philosophy of physics is concerned with the deepest theories of modern physics  quantum theory, our theories of space, time and symmetry, and thermal physics  and their strange, even bizarre conceptual implications. This book explores the core topics in philosophy of physics, and discusses their relevance for both scientists and philosophers. 

An Introduction to Thermal Physics£29.99 Daniel V. Schroeder
9780192895554 This is a textbook for the standard undergraduatelevel course in thermal physics. The book explores applications to engineering, chemistry, biology, geology, atmospheric science, astrophysics, cosmology, and everyday life. 

An Introduction to Thermal Physics£60.00 Daniel V. Schroeder
9780192895547 This is a textbook for the standard undergraduatelevel course in thermal physics. The book explores applications to engineering, chemistry, biology, geology, atmospheric science, astrophysics, cosmology, and everyday life. 

Organic Electronics: Foundations to Applications£95.00 Stephen R. Forrest
9780198529729 This textbook provides a basic understanding of the principles of the field of organic electronics through to their applications in organic devices. Useful for the student and practitioner, it is both a teaching text and a resource that is a jumpingoff point for learning, working and innovating in this rapidly growing field. 

Exploring Classical Mechanics: A Collection of 350+ Solved Problems for Students, Lecturers, and Researchers  Second Revised and Enlarged English Edition£29.99 G. L. Kotkin, V. G. Serbo
9780198853794 This widly used text teaches analytical mechanics, the first chapter in the study of theoretical physics. Its methods and ideas are crucially important as they form the basis of all other branches of theoretical physics including quantum mechanics, statistical physics, and field theory. Most of the problems are original to this book. 

Exploring Classical Mechanics: A Collection of 350+ Solved Problems for Students, Lecturers, and Researchers  Second Revised and Enlarged English Edition£59.99 G. L. Kotkin, V. G. Serbo
9780198853787 This widly used text teaches analytical mechanics, the first chapter in the study of theoretical physics. Its methods and ideas are crucially important as they form the basis of all other branches of theoretical physics including quantum mechanics, statistical physics, and field theory. Most of the problems are original to this book. 

Continuum Mechanics of Solids£65.00 Lallit Anand, Sanjay Govindjee
9780198864721 This introductory graduate text is a unified treatment of the major concepts of Solid Mechanics for beginning graduate students in the many branches of engineering. Major topics are elasticity, viscoelasticity, plasticity, fracture, and fatigue. The book also has chapters on thermoelasticity, chemoelasticity, poroelasticity and piezoelectricity. 

The Sun: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Philip Judge
9780198832690 Without the Sun, our planet  and life on it  would not exist. As our nearest star, the Sun is also important for astronomers and still presents many puzzles. Philip Judge explains what we know about the Sun's structure and evolution, solar phenomena, and the impact of solar activity on the Earth. 

Niels Bohr: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 J. L. Heilbron
9780198819264 This book introduces the life and work of one of the most creative physicists of the 20th century. Niels Bohr, the pioneer of quantum theory, ranking with Einstein in importance for the development of modern physics, also had deep interests in philosophy, literature, and humanism. John Heilbron explores how these influenced his groundbreaking work. 

Tides: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 David George Bowers, Emyr Martyn Roberts
9780198826637 The tide is important to Earth's climate, the biological productivity of our seas, and our hunt for renewable energy sources. It is also thought to have played a role in the evolution of life on Earth. This book explains the nature and cause of the tide, its observation and prediction, unusual tides, and their relevance to us. 

ChiSquared Data Analysis and Model Testing for Beginners£41.99 Carey Witkov, Keith Zengel
9780198847144 Recent groundbreaking discoveries in physics have relied on chisquared analysis and model testing. This is the first book to make this data analysis method accessible to students in introductory physics lab courses and others who need to learn this method, such as beginning researchers in astrophysics and beginners in data science. 

ChiSquared Data Analysis and Model Testing for Beginners£20.99 Carey Witkov, Keith Zengel
9780198847151 Recent groundbreaking discoveries in physics have relied on chisquared analysis and model testing. This is the first book to make this data analysis method accessible to students in introductory physics lab courses and others who need to learn this method, such as beginning researchers in astrophysics and beginners in data science. 

Quantum 20/20: Fundamentals, Entanglement, Gauge Fields, Condensates and Topology£63.00 Ian R. Kenyon
9780198808350 This textbook for upperlevel undergraduates covers the fundamentals and incorporates key themes of quantum physics. Major themes include boson condensation and fermion exclusivity, entanglement, quantum field theory, measurement precision set by quantum mechanics, and topology. 

Quantum 20/20: Fundamentals, Entanglement, Gauge Fields, Condensates and Topology£31.49 Ian R. Kenyon
9780198808367 This textbook for upperlevel undergraduates covers the fundamentals and incorporates key themes of quantum physics. Major themes include boson condensation and fermion exclusivity, entanglement, quantum field theory, measurement precision set by quantum mechanics, and topology. 

Models of Quantum Matter: A First Course on Integrability and the Bethe Ansatz£69.00 HansPeter Eckle
9780199678839 The book introduces tools with which models of quantum matter are built. The most important technique, the Bethe ansatz, is developed in detail to perform exact calculations of the physical properties of quantum matter. 