Almost All About Waves

John R. Pierce, quot;Almost All About Wavesquot;
The MIT Press | 1974 | ISBN: 026266027X | 213 pages | Djvu | 1,2 mb
This text considers waves the great unifying concept of physics. With minimal mathematics, it emphasizes the behavior common to phenomena such as earthquake waves, ocean waves, sound waves, and mechanical waves. Topics include velocity, vector and complex representation, energy and momentum, coupled modes, polarization, diffraction, and radiation. 1974 edition.

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