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The Feynman Lectures on Physics: Commemorative Issue, Volume 2: Mainly Electomagnetism and Matter (Anglais) Relié – 1 janvier 1989


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HASH(0x9eb49f48) étoiles sur 5 "Principia" for our times 27 mars 2000
Par Larry Goeller - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Isaac Newton wrote "Principia" in the 1600's, and it was the definitive book on Physics, although it is basically unreadable. (Now, of course, it is also slightly outdated.) Feynman has done a better and much more complete job than Newton himself.
Having said this, this is NOT a book for the layman. It appears simple: heavily conceptual, few equations, no homework problems at the end of each chapter. But this is deceiving. As an undergraduate physics student, I was completely lost. It was only as a graduate student in physics that I came to not only appreciate them, but love them. It turned out to not be just me: I later read that his undergraduate students at Cal Tech dropped the course in droves when he taught it; it was the graduate students and fellow physics faculty members that filled most of the seats in the lecture hall by the end of the course.
Those of you with a physics background that have never read Feynman should definitely consider it. Those of you who majored in History, Law, or even Biology and want to gain some insight into all this physics stuff you have always heard about should probably look elsewhere. This is heavy stuff.
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HASH(0x9eb49f9c) étoiles sur 5 Feynman's typical excitement and enthusiasm are evident. 14 janvier 1999
Par grn52443@aol.com - Publié sur Amazon.com
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In this collection of audio lectures on advanced quantum mechanics and related topics, Richard Feynman exhibits his typical excitement and enthusiasm for the subject he knew so well. These lectures are best listened to while viewing the text version of the Feynman Lectures, as the topics are complex and difficult to conceptualize without the printed page. The pages, however, really come to life when you actually hear Feynman give the lectures. A much fuller picture of quantum mechanics is obtained than by employing the text or the tape separately. These publications constitute a wonderful way to acquire an appreciation for and an increased knowledge of physics from one of its best teachers.
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HASH(0x9eb513f0) étoiles sur 5 Feynman's ambitious and multifaceted introduction to fields 11 juin 2011
Par Ulfilas - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Richard Feynman embeds an introduction to electricity and magnetism appropriate for ambitious sophomore physics majors within a multifaceted treatment of fields. I did indeed read this book as a sophomore physics major, along with the accessible Kip Fundamentals of Electricity and Magnetism and the also quite challenging Purcell Berkeley Physics Course (v. 2) nearly forty years ago. Although my own experience indicates that Feynman's E&M treatment is written at a level accessible to undergraduates encountering E&M for the first time, this book is best when used in combination with other more conventional textbooks, with Kip as my choice for one's primary text.

Feynman's approach to the subject is unusual, both in the ordering and choice of topics. In the first chapter he fashions an intuitive statement of Maxwell's equations together with the observation that "the most significant event event of the 19th century will be judged as Maxwell's discovery of the laws of electrodynamics. The American Civil War will pale into provincial insignificance in comparison with the most important scientific event of the same decade." Chapter 2 is dedicated to a review of vector calculus. From there the book goes on to electrostatics and follows a path similar to other E&M books in making its way to developing Maxwell's equations.

Feynman must have figured that as long as his students were thinking about E&M, other topics that dealt with fields should be addressed, including elasticity theory and fluid flow, which are among the final topics discussed in this volume. I recently made use of his excellent treatment of the torsion of a cylinder in my own materials research effort. Other special topics that you would never expect to find in an E&M book include the least action principle, the vector potential and quantum mechanics (the Bohm Aharonov effect that is usually left to books on quantum field theory), and limits of spacial resolution for magnetic lenses in electron microscopes--with Feynman making the prescient observation that such lenses would need to depart from radial symmetry in order to eliminate the limitations of spherical aberration.

In short, this book has something for the truly hungry undergrad as well as the professional researcher or academic with decades of experience.
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HASH(0x9eb517bc) étoiles sur 5 This is it. 6 septembre 2011
Par Herbert J. Ward - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Want to learn physics the right way? Are you smart and motivated enough to work your way through some difficult material? If so, here's your chance. I dropped out of Caltech in 1972, and now, 40 years later, I'm working my way through these fine books. In about 12 months, I'll have an excellent foundation in physics, suitable for growth in any direction of the physical sciences or engineering.
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HASH(0x9eb51768) étoiles sur 5 a great book and in excellent condition 29 septembre 2013
Par Ronald Doctors - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This was delivered quickly and in good condition. It is a must for any Physics or EE . Feynman's knowledge and way of explaining is the best... just wish I had the pleasure of hearing him in person, but his voice comes through as you read this .
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