The Cambridge Handbook of Physics Formulas – Graham Woan – 2003 Edition


The Cambridge Handbook of Formulas is a quick- aid for and professionals in the sciences and . It contains more than 2000 of the most important and useful maths and equations found in undergraduate courses.

An exhaustive index allows the required formulas to be located swiftly and simply, and the unique tabular format crisply identifies all the variables involved. This is designed to be a compact, portable, reference suitable for everyday work, problem solving or exam revision. All students and professionals in physics, applied , engineering and other physical sciences will want to have this essential reference within easy reach

Table of Content

1. Units, constants and conversions
2. Mathematics
3. Dynamics and mechanics
4. Quantum physics
5. Thermodynamics
6. Solid state physics
7. Electromagnetism
8. Optics
9. Astrophysics

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