5 edition of Microphysics found in the catalog.
Donald Earl DeGraaf
1978 by Crystal Press .
Written in English
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This section focuses on mass pdf, quarks and gluons, and the interaction of particles at high and super high energies. The book gives a brief overview of the general theory of relativity. The production and origin of gravitational waves are discussed in detail.This text not only provides a thorough introduction to statistical physics and thermodynamics but also exhibits the universality of the chain of ideas that leads from the laws of microphysics to the macroscopic behaviour of matter.
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