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ISBN:0805303081
Author: Randy Harris
ISBN13: 978-0805303087
Title: Modern Physics (2nd Edition)
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Language: English
Category: Science and Mathematics
Publisher: Pearson; 2 edition (August 5, 2007)
Pages: 648

Modern Physics (2nd Edition) by Randy Harris



Only 15 left in stock (more on the way). Pedagogical features throughout the text focus the reader on the core concepts and theories while offering optional, more advanced sections, examples, and cutting-edge applications to suit a variety of courses.

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Pedagogical features throughout the text focus the reader on the core concepts and theories while offering optional, more advanced sections, examples, and cutting-edge applications to suit a variety of students and courses.

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1 Dawn of a New Age 2 Special Relativity 3 Waves and Particles I: Electromagnetic Radiation 4 Behaving as Particles 5 Waves and Particles II: Matter Behaving as Waves 6 Bound States: Simple Cases 7 Unbound States: Obstacles, Tunneling and 8 Particle-Wave Propagation 9 Quantum Mechanics in Three Dimensions and The 10 Hydrogen Atom 11 Spin and Atomic Physics 13 Statistical Mechanics. 14 Bonding: Molecules and Solids 15 Nuclear Physics 16 Fundamental Particles and Interactions.

Prerequisite: differential and integral calculus, scientific calculator Class Coordinates: Tues. in Rm 155 Fondren Science Office hours: 10am-12noon Tuesday, or by appointment. Course Objectives: To provide an overview of the physics of the 20th century. Students will familiarize themselves with special relativity and quantum mechanics. They will also study the physics of nuclei, atoms and semiconductors

Modern Physics, Second Edition provides a clear, precise, and contemporary introduction to the theory, experiment, and applications of modern physics.This eagerly awaited second edition puts the modern back into modern physics courses. Pedagogical features throughout the text focus the reader on the core concepts and theories while offering optional, more advanced sections, examples, and cutting-edge applications to suit a variety of courses. Critically acclaimed for his lucid style, in the second edition, Randy Harris applies the same insights into recent developments in physics, engineering, and technology. Physics at the Turn of the 20th Century, Special Relativity, Waves and Particles I: Electromagnetic Radiation Behaving as Particles, Waves and Particles II: Matter Behaving as Waves, Bound States: Simple Cases, Unbound States: Obstacles, Tunneling and Particle-Wave Propagation, Quantum Mechanics in Three Dimensions and The Hydrogen Atom, Spin and Atomic Physics, Statistical Mechanics, Bonding: Molecules and Solids, Nuclear Physics, Fundamental Particles and Interactions. For all readers interested in modern physics.

Reviews: 7
Drelahuginn
I am a freshman undergraduate student majoring in maths and physics. Modern physics is the second course that I am taking in college and we are currently studying with this textbook.

I was first very upset to find out that the price of the textbook is over $150 and was desperately trying to find alternatives not to pay that money. Luckily, I found this edition with significantly cheaper price and the only difference is that 2 of the chapters are switched with places.

The textbook itself is well written and allows the reader to easily follow through examples. The review problems help to test the knowledge and the newly obtained skills.

I like this textbook and find it helpful in studying modern physics.
Bluddefender
Its fine to use as a supplementary text, however if your course requires the original version, spend the extra cash and buy it. This version, while essentially containing the same overall information, is out of order and condensed and DOES NOT INCLUDE ORIGINAL TEXTBOOK PROBLEMS. The problems are COMPLETELY DIFFERENT.
Kison
This textbook was very well written. The author truly knows how a textbook should work. Chapter 1's are always the worst and the most boring. However, Dr. Harris kept chapter 1 concise and straight to the point. It introduced ideas of modern physics and the problem with classical physics. That's that. No usual boring explanation of the scientific method or what a hypothesis is, etc. The textbook uses simple enough language that anyone who reads it can figure out what is happening. Very interesting stuff! I'm taking the course with the author himself! How awesome is that?
Livina
It's a paperback + B/W version of this book. I feel like the binding is kinda crappy but still acceptable. (book is manufactured in India by India Binding House). Contents are exactly the same except that chapter "special relativity" goes after two "wave and particles" chapters.
Owomed
One of the best books available on the subject
Yellow Judge
great
Ionzar
I have been studying from this book for the past few weeks. Dr. Harris presents the material in a clean and clear way that demonstrates all the nuances and subtleties of relativity and quantum mechanics. Not only that, but the material is concise. Mathematical details are thrown into the Appendices for those who are interested in the mathematics, but for everyone else, the main results and concepts are presented. The problems, as I have seen, are also reasonable in length and difficulty.

This book is definitely worth your time and effort if you truly wish to gain a strong introduction to relativity and quantum mechanics.
This is one of the more accessible textbooks that I've seen on this topic. It breaks down topics such as relativity and quantum mechanics in ways that make it a bit more digestible than some more dense books on the topic. Derivations can be a bit obfuscated at times, however that's just the nature of the beast.

Overall this is an excellent text for an introductory course into modern physics. I won't comment about the price though, as I'm sure you share a similar sentiment about the inflated cost of higher learning texts.