The primary aim of this encyclopedia is to provide a source from which undergraduate and graduate students in the physical and biological sciences can study how concepts of nonlinear science are presently understood and applied.
Contains comprehensive information on applied physics and related disciplines and includes articles on areas of physics that already have a technical application as well as those that will be applicable in the future.
This three-volume encyclopedia provides a synopsis of the fundamentals and an overview of the range of activities in which physical principles are applied to chemical problems. Volume 1 “Fundamentals” covers the mechanics of atoms and molecules and their interactions. Volume 2 “Methods” covers instrumentation, fundamental theory and experimental methods. Volume 3 “Applications” covers specific topics of current interest and intensive research.
Volume 1 of this set provides an “overview of the fundamentals of the science and applications of the entire field of liquid crystals.” Volumes 2A and 2B focus on low molecular weight liquid crystals and volume 3 covers polymeric and amphiphilic liquid crystals and natural polymers with liquid crystalline properties.
Provides the latest and most accurate ready-reference information for the chemical and physical sciences. Includes basic constants, units and conversion factors, data on the physical constants of organic and inorganic compounds, fluid properties, properties of solids and much more. A general index facilitates access to required data.
This handbook is a compendium of fundamental concepts and key equations in physics, as well as a summary of the basic subject matter that a physicist learns during the first two years of a doctoral program.
his handbook contains more than 20,000 precise conversion factors and about 5,000 definitions of the units themselves. The units included are grouped into imperial and U.S. units, metric units, older or out-of-date units, ancient units and SI units.
This book covers numerous modern sensors and detectors, examining the basic principles which form the foundation for their operation. The information provided will allow the reader to choose alternative methods of design.
This publication provides a comprehensive reference for engineers and technicians involved in the design, production, installation, operation and maintenance of electronic devices and systems ranging from classical devices and circuits to emerging technologies and applications.
This handbook covers a wide range of topics, including switching devices, converter circuit topologies, control techniques and analytical methods as well as solar power conversion, wind turbine applications, artificial neural network applications and more.
This searchable, interactive electronic handbook contains tables of physical, solvent and thermodynamic properties of inorganic and organic compounds. Take a few moments to view the useful instructional tutorial.
Originally published in seven volumes, this classic reference contains critical data on inorganic and organic compounds as well as pure substances. Take a few moments to view the useful instructional tutorial.
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Contains more than 3500 entries covering the terminology of physics. Includes terms from astronomy relevant to astrophysics, and relevant terms from mathematics and physical chemistry.