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The Oxford Linear Algebra for Scientists£24.99 Andre Lukas
9780198844921 Aimed at firstyear undergraduate student in physics and engineering, this textbook combines a rigorous theoretical introduction to linear algebra with many examples, solved problems, and exercises, as well as scientific applications of the subject, including internet search, artificial intelligence, and quantum computing. 

Quantum Computing: From Alice to Bob£29.99 Alice Flarend, Robert Hilborn
9780192857989 A distinctive and accessible introduction to quantum information science and quantum computing, this textbook provides a solid conceptual and formal understanding of quantum states and entanglement for undergraduate students and upperlevel secondary school students with little or no background in physics, computer science, or mathematics. 

When Things Grow Many: Complexity, Universality and Emergence in Nature£45.00 Lawrence Schulman
9780198861881 An accessible and interdisciplinary introduction to the applications of statistical mechanics across the sciences. The book contains a discussion of the methods of statistical physics and includes mathematical explanations alongside guidance to enable the reader to translate theory into practice. 

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. 

Quantum Theory: An Information Processing Approach£29.99 Jochen Rau
9780192896315 This text, for the first time, introduces quantum theory from the perspective of both the physical foundations and practical applications  from quantum computers to secure communication. It requires minimal mathematics and virtually no prior knowledge of physics, and is accessible to beginning undergraduates and students of related disciplines. 

An Introduction to Thermal Physics£32.99 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. 

Exploring Classical Mechanics: A Collection of 350+ Solved Problems for Students, Lecturers, and Researchers  Second Revised and Enlarged English Edition£32.99 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. 

Quantum Mechanics for Beginners: With Applications to Quantum Communication and Quantum Computing£29.49 M. Suhail Zubairy
9780198854234 An introduction to the fascinating subject of quantum mechanics. Almost entirely algebrabased, this book is accessible to those with only a high school background in physics and mathematics. In addition to the foundations of quantum mechanics, it also provides an introduction to the fields of quantum communication and quantum computing. 

ChiSquared Data Analysis and Model Testing for Beginners£23.49 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. 

ChiSquared Data Analysis and Model Testing for Beginners£46.49 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. 

Bell Nonlocality£49.49 Valerio Scarani
9780198788416 Quantum technologies have seen a tremendous upsurge in recent years. Bell nonlocality, one of the most striking discoveries triggered by quantum theory, has been instrumental in this trend. It states that in some situations measurements of physical systems do not reveal preexisting properties, but properties are created by the measurement itself. 

Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Dynamics£34.99 Peter Mann
9780198822387 The book introduces classical mechanics. It does so in an informal style with numerous fresh, modern and interdisciplinary applications assuming no prior knowledge of the necessary mathematics. The book provides a comprehensive and selfcontained treatment of the subject matter up to the forefront of research in multiple areas. 

Infinity: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Ian Stewart
9780198755234 Ian Stewart considers the concept of infinity and the profound role it plays in mathematics, logic, physics, cosmology, and philosophy. He shows that working with infinity is not just an abstract, intellectual exercise, and analyses its important practical everyday applications. 

Hyperspace: A Scientific Odyssey through Parallel Universes, Time Warps, and the Tenth Dimension£9.99 Michio Kaku
9780198785033 Hyperspace is the runaway bestseller from one of the world's leading theoretical physicists. Are there other dimensions beyond our own? Is time travel possible? Michio Kaku takes us on a tour of the most exciting work in modern physics, including research into 10dimensional space, time warps, and multiple universes. 

A First Course in Network Theory£36.99 Ernesto Estrada, Philip A. Knight
9780198726463 Network theory is a major topic of interdisciplinary research which covers diverse areas including physics, mathematics and sociology. This book covers all the basics and the most commonly used concepts in the field, provides examples of their applications in solving practical problems, and clear indications on how to analyse their results. 

Advanced Mechanics: From Euler's Determinism to Arnold's Chaos£34.49 S. G. Rajeev
9780199670864 This book can be used as a textbook for a graduate course on mechanics or for selfstudy. There are a variety of problems ranging from exercises that verify parts of the text, moderately difficult calculations, to suggested research projects. Connections to other disciplines of mathematics and physics are emphasized. 

Chaos and Fractals: An Elementary Introduction£35.99 David P. Feldman
9780199566440 For students with a background in elementary algebra, this book provides a vivid introduction to the key phenomena and ideas of chaos and fractals, including the butterfly effect, strange attractors, fractal dimensions, Julia Sets and the Mandelbrot Set, power laws, and cellular automata. The book includes over 200 endofchapter exercises. 

Measurements and their Uncertainties: A practical guide to modern error analysis£21.99 Ifan Hughes, Thomas Hase
9780199566334 This short guide to modern error analysis is primarily intended to be used in undergraduate laboratories in the physical sciences. No prior knowledge of statistics is assumed. The necessary concepts are introduced where needed and illustrated graphically. The book emphasises the use of computers for error calculations and data fitting. 

Concepts in Thermal PhysicsSecond Edition £32.99 Stephen J. Blundell, Katherine M. Blundell
9780199562107 This modern introduction to thermal physics contains a stepbystep presentation of the key concepts. The text is copiously illustrated and each chapter contains several worked examples. 

Nothing: A Very Short Introduction£8.99 Frank Close
9780199225866 What is 'nothing'? What remains when you take all the matter away? Can empty space  a void  exist? This Very Short Introduction explores the science and history of the elusive void: from Aristotle's theories to black holes and quantum particles, and why the latest discoveries about the vacuum tell us extraordinary things about the cosmos. 