Longman Physics Topics for 14-16 Year Olds

The books in this set from the Longman Physics Topics series were written for students in the two years leading to qualifications at the age of 16. The authors aimed to write books that were easy to read and copiously illustrated and show how the principles studied in school were applied in the outside world. The books were not intended to be textbooks.

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Mass in Motion

This book was one in the Longman Physics Topics series. It was written to provide background material for the work on forces and motion in the Nuffield Physics course. This book was published in 1970 and so some of the laboratory equipment, applications and illustrations are dated. The Nuffield course used...
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1970 - 1979

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Energy

This book was one in the Longman Physics Topics series. It was written to provide background material for the work on energy throughout the Nuffield Physics course. The book begins with a simple introduction based on 'doing jobs' but goes on to emphasise the concepts of energy conservation and transformation...
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1970 - 1979

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Time

This book, in the Longman Physics Topics series, was designed to achieve two aims. In the first place, the measurement of short time intervals by a number of methods was a feature of many courses in physics, as well as the Nuffield programme at the time of publication in 1973. Since almost none of the techniques that...
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1970 - 1979

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Waves or Particles

This book was one in the Longman Physics Topics series. It was written to provide background material for the work on light and other parts of the electromagnetic spectrum in the fifth year of the Nuffield Physics course. It was expected that the book would also be of interest to students taking more...
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1970 - 1979

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