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New Books in Physics

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A Short History of Physics in the American Century - David C. Cassidy
Call Number: 530.097309 Cas
ISBN: 0674049365
Publication Date: 2011

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Black Holes Wormholes and Time Machines - Jim Al-Khalili
Call Number: 530.11 Alk
ISBN: 1439885591
Publication Date: 2011

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Describing motion - edited Robert Lambourne and Alan Durrant.
Call Number: 531.11 Des
ISBN: 0750307153
Series: The physical world ; 2

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Fast Car Physics - Chuck Edmondson
Call Number: 629.231 Edm
ISBN: 0801898226
Publication Date: 2011

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Gliding for Gold: the physics of winter sports / - Mark Denny
Call Number: 530 Den
ISBN: 1421402149
Publication Date: 2011

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The Quantum Universe - Brian Cox; Jeff Forshaw
Call Number: 530.12 Cox
ISBN: 0306819643
Publication Date: 2012

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Thermodynamics. - Fermi, Enrico, 1901-1954.
Call Number: 536.7 Fe
ISBN: 048660361X

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