Experiments In Modern Physics by Adrian C. MelissinosExperiments In Modern Physics by Adrian C. Melissinos

Experiments In Modern Physics

byAdrian C. Melissinos, Jim NapolitanoEditorAdrian C. Melissinos

Hardcover | March 17, 2003

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A revision of the leading text on experimental physics. The feature of this book that has made it one of the most loved texts on the subject is that it goes far beyond a mere description of key experiments in physics. The author successfully provides the reader with an understanding and appreciation of the 'physics' behind the experiments. The second edition will be an extensive revision introducing many new devices, including the use of computers and software programs, that have come into use since the publication of the first edition. In addition the important areas of condensed matter physics and optical physics will be added, including two entirely new chapters on lasers and optics.

- Modern analysis and acquisition techniques
- Integration with matlab for data analysis and display
- New experiments include fundamentals of lasers
Title:Experiments In Modern PhysicsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:640 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.98 inPublished:March 17, 2003Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0124898513

ISBN - 13:9780124898516

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Table of Contents

1. Experiments on Quantization; 2. Electrons in Solids; 3. Electronics and Data Acquisition; 4. Lasers; 5. Optics Experiments; 6. High Resolution Spectroscopy; 7. Magnetic Resonance Experiments; 8. Particle Detectors and Radioactive Decay; 9. Scattering and Coincidence Experiments; 10. Elements from the Theory of Statistics; Appendices

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"...the new version of this classic text continues to set the standard as an introduction to experimental methods in physics."
-Cliffard Swartz for PHYSICS WORLD, September 2003