By Feynman, Leyton, Sands
The Feynman Lectures on Physics is a 1964 physics textbook through Richard P. Feynman, Robert B. Leighton and Matthew Sands, dependent upon the lectures given via Feynman to undergraduate scholars on the California Institute of know-how (Caltech) in 1961–1963. It comprises lectures on arithmetic, electromagnetism, Newtonian physics, quantum physics, and the relation of physics to different sciences.
The first quantity makes a speciality of mechanics, radiation, and heat.
The moment quantity is especially on electromagnetism and matter.
The 3rd quantity, on quantum mechanics, indicates, for instance, how the double-slit test comprises the fundamental gains of quantum mechanics.
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