Theoretical Physics 2002, 243. sējums
These twelve chapters, written by scientists from around the world, provide a representative sampling of the latest advances in theoretical physics. The book is divided in five sections, addressing the following topics: optics and quantum mechanics, relativity and cosmology, nuclear physics, thermodynamics and mathematics.
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