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Genre: Nuclear energy
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ISBN: OSU:32435022181309
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Author: Arthur Sinton Otis
Genre: Relativity (Physics)
Publisher:
ISBN: STANFORD:36105025513891
Book Pages: 25
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Author: Michael Heinrich Paul Janssen
Genre: Ether (Space)
Publisher:
ISBN: UVA:X004606788
Book Pages: 312
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Author: Jean E. Charon
Genre: General relativity (Physics)
Publisher:
ISBN: UOM:39015013931244
Book Pages: 175
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Genre: Aeronautics
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ISBN: UOM:39015057252887
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Lists citations with abstracts for aerospace related reports obtained from world wide sources and announces documents that have recently been entered into the NASA Scientific and Technical Information Database.


Author: Mohammad Saleem
Genre: Science
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: UOM:39015029216952
Book Pages: 257
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Following an introduction to the basic theory of special relativity, this volume explores the influence of special relativity in the fields of mechanics and electromagnetism. The authors discuss the vital role of tensor formulation of electromagnetism in synthesizing various physical concepts.


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Genre: Nuclear physics
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ISBN: UCAL:B4211603
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Rivista internazionale di fisica.


Author: Paul Brunton
Genre: Philosophy
Publisher: Notebooks of Paul Brunton (Pap
ISBN: 0943914396
Book Pages: 550
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The three sections of this book construct an unusually broad bridge between the leading edge of modern science and the most stable insights of the perennial wisdom traditions.


Author: Nathan Rosen
Genre: Astrophysics
Publisher: Bristol : IOP Pub.
ISBN: UOM:39015021854917
Book Pages: 377
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The currents of interest & deep discussion that stemmed from a paper published in 1935 of Einstein, Podolsky & Rosen & which continue unabated to this day are very much in evidence in this volume. Along with the great works of Bohr, Schrodinger, Heisenberg, Born & others, it stands at the foundations of our thinking on the quantum theory & poses a serious challenge to its claim to completeness.


Author: Jeremy Bransom Griffiths
Genre: Science
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: UCAL:B4511320
Book Pages: 232
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The collision and non-linear interaction of plane waves in Einstein's general theory of relativity has received considerable attention in recent years. Initially, it was widely thought that such collisions inevitable produce curvature singularities. More recently, however, a surprisingly rich structure of such space-times has been discovered. This volume presents a unified and comprehensive survey to the current research in this topic which will be suitable for graduate students and research workers whose research lies in general relativity. The first eight chapters present the background to the subject, introduce the field equations, and include a discussion of some qualitative aspects of their solution. A detailed account is included of the Kahn-Penrose solution since it exhibits the general character of most colliding plane wave solutions. The latter half of the book is devoted to a catalogue of further exact solutions describing the collision of both gravitational and electromagnetic plane waves. This includes a discussion of the significance of known solutions and a summary of topics of current research interest. As a result, the book will serve both as an invaluable research reference and also as the means to teach and study this active area of research in general relativity.