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  1. Student Solutions Manual for Fundamentals of Physics by David Halliday, Robert Resnick, et all 2010-06-08
  2. The Feynman Lectures on Physics including Feynman's Tips on Physics: The Definitive and Extended Edition by Richard P. Feynman, Robert B. Leighton, et all 2005-08-08
  3. Thinking Physics: Understandable Practical Reality (English Edition) by Lewis Carroll Epstein, 2009-05-01
  4. The Trouble With Physics: The Rise of String Theory, The Fall of a Science, and What Comes Next by Lee Smolin, 2007-09-04
  5. Quantum Physics: Illusion or Reality? (Canto) by Alastair I. M. Rae, 2004-10-25
  6. Physics: Principles with Applications by Douglas C. Giancoli, 2004-08-19
  7. The Physics of Baseball (3rd Edition) by Robert K. Adair, 2002-05-01
  8. Fundamentals of Physics Extended by David Halliday, Robert Resnick, et all 2010-11-02
  9. Barron's AP Physics B with CD-ROM by Jonathan S. Wolf, 2008-01-01
  10. Physics II For Dummies (For Dummies (Math & Science)) by Steven Holzner, 2010-07-13
  11. Physics, Student Study Guide by John D. Cutnell, Kenneth W. Johnson, 2009-04-06
  12. Ancient and Modern Physics by Thomas E. Willson, 2010-01-29
  13. Introductory Physics with Algebra as a Second Language: Mastering Problem-Solving by Stuart E. Loucks, 2006-08-04
  14. Remembering the Future: The Physics of the Soul and Time Travel (Volume 1) by Brooks A Agnew, 2010-08-25

41. Physics - The Complete Guide To Physics - Articles - Glossary - Examples - Help
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Today was the first class of the new semester. And this year, again, is my turn to teach String Theory. This year I decided to give a slightly extended version of my usual introductory lecture, explaining why one might want to study quantum gravity and, if so, why String Theory is the only plausible vehicle for studying it.
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A new twist on power walking
"In an unprecedented breakthrough in the development of portable and renewable human-driven energy sources, an MBL (Marine Biological Laboratory) biomechanics expert who studies how muscle moves skeletons in fish and frogs has invented a backpack that gives new meaning to the term power walking. In a paper published in the September 9 issue of Science, Lawrence C. Rome, a University of Pennsylvania biology professor who spends his summers conducting research at the MBL, and three colleagues describe the mechanics of, and physics behind, the Suspended-load Backpack, a piece of gear that will one day enable field scientists, hikers, explorers, soldiers, and disaster workers to convert mechanical energy generated by walking with a heavy load on their backs into electricity.

42. CCP Centre For Chemical Physics
Interests can be broadly classified into five general areas energy deposition, surface science, biological applications, properties of condensed matter and properties of isolated atoms and molecules.
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43. E-Print Archive
Open eprint archive with over 100000 articles in physics, 10000 in mathematics, and 1000 in computer science. (Formerly called xxx.) e-Print archive
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44. Nobel Prize
The story of the discovery of superfluid Helium3
Bob Richardson Dave Lee , and Doug Osheroff
Win the 1996 Nobel Prize in Physics! The Original Paper(s) The Science Behind the Prize Quicktime Movie by Bob Richardson, excerpted from A World Without Disorder: Absolute Zero Temperature Cornell News Service Release Low temperature science - what remains for the physicist?,'' Robert C. Richardson, Physics Today, August, 1981, p. 46. Cornell Low Temperature Group David Mermin's Diary of a Nobel Guest

45. Physics | The WWW Virtual Library
Resources pertaining to the physics of sound, noise control and soundproofing. An actively maintained collection of space physics links.
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Resources pertaining to the physics of sound, noise control and soundproofing.
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An actively maintained collection of space physics links.
this resource in English is indexed under: Air and Space Physics Astronomy and Astrophysics Astronomy and Astrophysics This is an outdated Virtual Library that nevertheless still has useful links. A new maintainer is sought. If interested, see: this resource in English is indexed under: Air and Space Physics Beam Physics Beam Physics Links to online resoueces in beam physics and accelerator technology.

46. PhysNet - Physics Departments And Documents Worldwide
Serves information from physics departments and institutes worldwide departmental information, locally stored documents, authoring tools, free access journals, jobs, conferences and education material.
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47. Reviews Of Modern Physics Homepage
Includes information on editorial policy and a searchable index of fulltext articles.
Phys. Rev. A Phys. Rev. B Phys. Rev. C Phys. Rev. D Phys. Rev. E Phys. Rev. ST AB Phys. Rev. ST PER Phys. Rev. Lett. Phys. Rev. (Series I) Phys. Rev. Rev. Mod. Phys.   Vol.:  Page/Article:
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48. Physics News
physics and Public Policy. physics and public policy APS Forum on physics and Society; The DOE Office of Human Radiation Experiments now has a web site
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49. Philosophical Foundations Of Physics
Positivist view of physics, which had influenced the Copenhagen Interpretation of the Quantum mechanics (CI).
Rudolph Carnap (1966)
Philosophical Foundations of Physics
Chapter 23: Theories and Nonobservables
Source Philosophical Foundations of Physics (1966) publ. Basic Books Inc. Chapters 23 to 26 reproduced here. ONE OF THE most important distinctions between two types of laws in science is the distinction between what may be called (there is no generally accepted terminology for them) empirical laws and theoretical laws. Empirical laws are laws that can be confirmed directly by empirical observations. The term "observable" is often used for any phenomenon that can be directly observed, so it can be said that empirical laws are laws about observable. A philosopher might object that the intensity of an electric current is not really observed. Only a pointer position was observed. An ammeter was attached to the circuit and it was noted that the pointer pointed to a mark labelled 5.3. Certainly the current's intensity was not observed. It was inferred from what was observed. The physicist would reply that this was true enough, but the inference was not very complicated. The procedure of measurement is so simple, so well established, that it could not be doubted that the ammeter would give an accurate measurement of current intensity. Therefore, it is included among what are called observables. Empirical laws, in my terminology, are laws containing terms either directly observable by the senses or measurable by relatively simple techniques. Sometimes such laws are called empirical generalisations, as a reminder that they have been obtained by generalising results found by observations and measurements. They include not only simple qualitative laws (such as, "All ravens are black") but also quantitative laws that arise from simple measurements. The laws relating pressure, volume, and temperature of gases are of this type. Ohm's law, connecting the electric potential difference, resistance, and intensity of current, is another familiar example. The scientist makes repeated measurements, finds certain regularities, and expresses them in a law. These are the empirical laws. As indicated in earlier chapters, they are used for explaining observed facts and for predicting future observable events.

50. Physics Resources
physics BY RESEARCH AREA. High energy physics. Labs around the world Experiments OnLine home pages of individual HEP experiments; PDG - The Particle
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    51. Atmospheric Science Research Group Homepage.
    Pages describing the research activities, and employment opportunities (including PhD) within the Group. Work within the group covers micrometeorolgy, cloud microphysics and chemistry, aerosol science, and radiative transfer.
    This is The University of Manchester Atmospheric Science Research Group Web Site. These pages contain details of research and teaching activities within the atmospheric science group. As well as details of jobs and other oportunities and links to other sites related to the field of atmopsheric science. The text below describes some of the wide and varied activities of the group. The Atmospheric Science Group is active in many areas of atmospheric science, covering physical, chemical and electrical processes. Current research projects cover the areas of radiative transfer, precipitation and cloud electrification, boundary layer processes, aerosol properties, cloud physics and chemistry and atmospheric pollution in the urban environment. Research carried out in these areas includes field observations, laboratory investigations, theoretical studies and numerical modelling. Field experiments and the interpretation of field observations form the largest part of this unique group's activities. Recent field experiments have been held in various UK locations, including: Norfolk; Essex; Edinburgh; Birmingham; and Manchester, and further afield including: Greece; Norway; the Netherlands; Denmark; Tenerife; Germany; South Korea; Australia; USA and Finland. Details of some of these projects can be found in the "Measurements and Instrumentation" section of this site.

    52. Welcome To CERN
    European Laboratory for Particle physics. Includes an introduction of the laboratory, information on experiments being conducted, publication archives,
    English Site Map Search Contact Us Credits ... for CERN Users CERN The world's largest particle physics laboratory ... where the web was born! CERN's Flagship Project: the LHC
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    53. APS News Online Limericks
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    54. The University Of Michigan Health Physics Web Site
    Information and links from the University of Michigan health physics students.

    About Members Resources ... Additions/Updates Search: Quick Links Current Topics Introduction Research Resources Organizations and Societies ... Educational Resources
    Welcome to the University of Michigan Health Physics Web Site: An internet resource for radiation, nuclear, and health physics topics. The "Quick Links" menu to the left provides listings of resources and information on the following topics: Current Topics: Contains information regarding cellular phones, food irradiation, and depleted uranium. Introduction (to Radiation): Provides an introduction to radiation, terminology and its part in human lives. Organizations and Societies: A listing of radiology and health physics societies. Professional Resources: Provides information, company information and other resources for the health physics professional Educational Resources: A source of information for students interested in the nuclear and health physics related fields.

    55. Science Articles & Physics Articles :: Physics Post
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    Our Newsletter Subscribe Unsubscribe Voting Poll Science books you read a month Featured Book Physics Tip Blackbody is a surface that absorbs all radiant energy falling on it. The term arises because incident visible light will be absorbed rather than reflected, and therefore the surface will appear black. The concept of such a perfect absorber of energy is extremely useful in the study of radiation phenomena, and the description of the radiation from a blackbody is given by Planck's curve. The best practical blackbody is a small hole in a box with a blackened interior, because practically none of the radiation entering such a hole could escape again, and it would be absorbed inside. A surface covered with lampblack will absorb about 97 percent of the incident light and, for most purposes, can be considered a blackbody. Polished metal surfaces, on the other hand, absorb only about 6 percent of the incident radiation, reflecting the rest. Physics Quote "The next question was - what makes planets go around the sun? At the time of Kepler some people answered this problem by saying that there were angels behind them beating their wings and pushing the planets around an

    56. Women In Physics At Toronto
    Events calendar, articles, and links.
    Women in Physics
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    Welcome to the Women in Physics Web Page at the University of Toronto. This page contains information about the Department of Physics as well as links to other sites of interest to female students. Many of us here in the department are striving to improve the atmosphere for women. Get involved! The support you can receive from other women in the department can only enhance your experience here at U of T.
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    57. NIST Physics Laboratory Home Page
    measurements and research for electronic, optical, time and frequency, and radiation technologies at the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
    About the Physics Laboratory What we do Staff directory 2002 Honors and Awards Working with us Products and Services Physical Reference Data Publications General Interest Selected Projects Nanotechnology Quantum Information Biophysics / Medical Physics
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    develops measurement methods and associated technology for determining electron and photon interactions with matter. Atomic Physics carries out a broad program of long-term experimental and theoretical research in atomic physics. Optical Technology promotes accurate and useful optical radiation measurements in the ultraviolet, visible, and infrared spectral regions. Ionizing Radiation provides national leadership in fundamental research and measurement standards for all types of ionizing radiation. is responsible for the standards of time and frequency; and since length is now derived from the second, develops optical frequency standards.

    58. Fortran 90 And HPF Programs
    Fortran 90 and HPF Programs Related to the Book An Introduction to Computational physics , by Tao Pang, Cambridge University Press (1997).
    Fortran 90 and HPF Programs Related to the Book
    Book Title: An Introduction to Computational Physics
    Author: Tao Pang
    Publisher: Cambridge University Press
    Publication Place: New York
    Publication Date: September, 1997
    ISBN's: 0-521-48143-0 (hardback); 0-521-48592-4 (paperback)
    List Prices: $110 (hardback); $42.95 (paperback)
    Other Info: 393 Pages; 7 x 10; 30 Line Diagrams; 5 Tables; 94 Exercises; Bibliography and Index Please Note:
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  • 59. NIST Physical Reference Data
    Nuclear physics Data Radionuclide Halflife Measurements Made at NIST Condensed Matter physics Data Atomic Model Data for Electronic Structure

    Elemental Data Index
    Access database holdings organized by element.
    Use the databases below to access all information. Examples of how to reference these online databases are provided in the "Version History" pages. Physical Constants Fundamental Physical Constants Searchable Bibliography on the Constants International System of Units (SI) ... Guidelines for Evaluating and Expressing Measurement Uncertainty Periodic Table of the Elements Periodic Table: Atomic Properties of the Elements [PDF (292 kB) Contains NIST critically-evaluated data on atomic properties of the elements.
    Suitable for high-resolution color printing for desk or wall-chart display. Atomic Spectroscopy Data Atomic Spectra Database [ Ver. 3.0 Ver. 2.0 Ver. 1.3 Handbook of Basic Atomic Spectroscopic Data ... Microwave Spectral Data : Diatomics, Triatomics, and Hydrocarbons Wavenumber Tables for Calibration of Infrared Spectrometers Frequencies for Interstellar Molecular Microwave Transitions Photoionization of CO2 (ARPES) Atomic and Molecular Data ... Standard Reference Data Catalog The use of International Units and the expression of uncertainty in measurement is critical to all data activities. For information on these topics, see guidelines for evaluating and expressing measurement uncertainty , and information on the International System of Units (SI) Additional data and databases are being prepared for this server.

    60. SSDOO Education: Activities For Students
    Space science activities for elementary and secondary students in astronomy, physics, life sciences, and space technology.
    Space Science Activities for Students
    The following activities are sponsored by current and former SSDOO staff members:
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