Berkeley Physics Course

Berkeley Physics Course

Berkeley Physics Course is a lecture course in physics of UC Berkeley professors, first published by Mcgraw-Hill College in 1965 (Vol. I and II).

* "Mechanics." Vol. 1 by Charles Kittel, Walter Knight, Malvin A. Ruderman, Authors, J. A. Lewis, Reviewer
* "Electricity and Magnetism." Vol. II by Edward M. Purcell
* "Waves." Vol. III by Frank S. Crawford, Jr.
* "Quantum physics." Vol IV by Eyvind H. Wichmann
* "Statistical Physics." Vol. V by Frederick Reif, Author and R. A. Sevenich, Reviewer ("See also List of textbooks in statistical mechanics")

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