3 edition of Encyclopedia of Physical Science & Technology, 2 found in the catalog.
April 1987 by Academic Press .
Written in English
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New York: Free Press. Hesse, Mary B. Models and Analogies in Science. Encyclopedia of Physical Science and Technology (3rd edition) Topic: Biochemistry is edited by Robert A. Meyers and published by Academic Press in In the summer ofa group of world-renowned scientists were queried regarding the need for an encyclopedia of the physical sciences, engineering, and mathematics written for use by the.
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Summary. Encyclopedia of Physical Science discusses concepts that unify the physical sciences with life, Earth, and space science. Examining topics such as natural hazards, global challenges, and the history and nature of science, this two-volume set complements the material typically taught in high school and college physics and chemistry courses.
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Free shipping for many products. Encyclopedia of science and technology User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Prolific science writer Trefil (physics, George Mason Univ.) is a committed advocate for scientific literacy, as evidenced by works he has coedited (e.g., Dictionary of Cultural Literacy) as well as /5(6).
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