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|Statement||[by] D. W. G. Ballentyne, D. R. Lovett.|
|Series||Science paperbacks, no. 81|
|Contributions||Lovett, D. R., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||Q123 .B3 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, viii, 335 p.|
|Number of Pages||335|
|LC Control Number||73595044|
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A Dictionary of Named Effects and Laws in Chemistry, Physics and Mathematics (Science Paperbacks) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. Edition by D. Ballentyne Cited by: 2.
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Authors (view affiliations) We have kept the common names for organic compounds because of the wide readership of this book but we have added an extra table giving the equivalent systematic names and the formulae.
We have tried to avoid omission of any named. A dictionary of named effects and laws in chemistry, physics and mathematics. Ballentyne, D. (Denis William George); Lovett, D.
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Chapman and Hall, London and New York, ; p. VIII A. Alberigi Quaranta Il Nuovo Cimento A () vol pages – physics and mathematics book this article. Richard Rennie, editor Jonathan Law, editor Richard Rennie is a Senior Invigilator for the University of Cambridge and has taught mathematics, physics, and chemistry at various sixth form colleges.
He has contributed to several reference books including A Dictionary of Physics and the Dictionary of wrote the Facts on File Dictionary of Atomic and Nuclear Physics. This new dictionary provides a quick and authoritative point of reference for chemical engineering, covering areas such as materials, energy balances, reactions, and separations.
It also includes relevant terms from the areas of chemistry, physics, mathematics, and biology. Over 3, entriesThis is the most popular dictionary of physics available, and defines all commonly encountered physics terms and concepts, as well as many terms from the related fields of astronomy, astrophysics, and physical chemistry.
It is generously illustrated with over diagrams, graphs, and tables and also contains biographies of important scientists. This is the most popular dictionary of physics available. It contains over 3, entries covering all commonly encountered physics terms and concepts, as well as terms from the related fields of astronomy, astrophysics, and physical chemistry.
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London ; New York: Chapman and Hall, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D W G Ballentyne; D R Lovett. A dictionary of named effects and laws in chemistry, physics, and mathematics. [D W G Ballentyne; Louis Edward Quintrell Walker] -- Provides the names of scientists who have investigated a particular phenomenon or who have discovered some scientific law or relation or who have worked in some field with which their name has become.
Dictionary of named effects and laws in chemistry, physics, and mathematics. London, Chapman & Hall, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: D W G Ballentyne; Louis Edward Quintrell Walker. “a favourite. It should be in every classroom and library the reader is drawn inevitably from one entry to the next merely to satisfy curiosity” - School Science ReviewThe sixth edition of this popular dictionary covers all aspects of chemistry, from physical chemistry to biochemistry.
Fully revised and updated, it boasts broader coverage in subject areas such as forensics, metallurgy. Gay-Lussac's law - form of the ideal gas law that states the pressure of an ideal gas is directly proportional to its absolute (Kelvin) temperature when volume is held constant.
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He wrote the Facts on File Dictionary of Atomic and Nuclear Physics which was published in He has taught mathematics, physics, and chemistry at various Sixth Form Colleges and is a Senior Invigilator for the University of Cambridge. Jonathan Law (BA) is an editor at Market House Books Ltd.
Dictionary of named effects and laws in chemistry, physics and mathematics. Publication Date: 4th ed., Listing of laws, formulas, and effects that bear the name of the scientist who contributed to their discovery or description. See also: List of things named after Paul Dirac: Mathematics, Physics: Paul Adrien Maurice Dirac: Drake equation: Cosmology: Frank Drake: Doppler effect: Physics: Christian Doppler: Ehrenfest's theorem: Quantum mechanics: Paul Ehrenfest: Einstein's general theory of relativity Einstein's special theory of relativity See also: List of things.Richard Rennie, editor Jonathan Law, editor Richard Rennie has conducted research at the Universities of Aberdeen, Oxford, Cambridge, and California, Santa Barbara.
His main interest is in the theory of the structure of matter. He has contributed to several other reference titles, including the Oxford Dictionary of has taught mathematics, physics, and chemistry at various Sixth. Richard Rennie, BSc, MSc, PhD has conducted research at the Universities of Aberdeen, Oxford, Cambridge, and California, Santa main interest is in the theory of the structure of matter.
He has written a number of articles and reviews. He has contributed to several reference books including the Oxford Dictionary of Physics and the Oxford Dictionary of s: