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written by Thomas A. Moore
published by the McGraw-Hill Higher Education
This series of six books covers introductory physics at the undergraduate level from a modern point of view. The six ideas that form the structure of this approach are: Conservation Laws, Universal Laws of Physics - Newton, Reference Frame Independence, Unification of Electric and Magnetic Fields, Universal Laws of Physics - Quantum Mechanics, and Irreversibility. Many resources are available for students and teachers on this site including links to example course web sites and teaching notes. There are also several programs available for free that can be used with both this and other texts.
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Classical Mechanics
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Electricity & Magnetism
General Physics
- Curriculum
Quantum Physics
- General
Thermo & Stat Mech
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© 2003 McGraw-Hill and Thomas Moore
ISBN Number:
0072564822
Keywords:
modern physics, Six major ideas in physics, physics textbook, teacher content preparation
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Metadata instance created October 26, 2006 by Bruce Mason
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October 29, 2006 by Cathy Ezrailson
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T. Moore, , 2nd Edition ed. (McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Columbus, 2003), WWW Document, (http://www.physics.pomona.edu/sixideas/).
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T. Moore, Six Ideas that Shaped Physics, 2nd Edition ed. (McGraw-Hill Higher Education, Columbus, 2003), <http://www.physics.pomona.edu/sixideas/>.
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Moore, T. (2003). Six Ideas that Shaped Physics (2nd Edition ed.). Columbus: McGraw-Hill Higher Education. Retrieved April 24, 2014, from http://www.physics.pomona.edu/sixideas/
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Moore, Thomas. Six Ideas that Shaped Physics. 2nd Edition ed. Columbus: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2003. http://www.physics.pomona.edu/sixideas/ (accessed 24 April 2014).
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Moore, Thomas. Six Ideas that Shaped Physics. 2nd Edition ed. Columbus: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2003. 11 Aug. 2006. 24 Apr. 2014 <http://www.physics.pomona.edu/sixideas/>.
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