04-06-02, 01:07 PM
Does anyone know of any good books on physics that delves into plenty of details with math but otherwise starts off from scratch. In other words a really good book to start reading physics from if your going to major in that field. I hope I can get some responses from some experianced persons out there. Thanks, I would appreciate it.
04-06-02, 09:37 PM
Halliday, Resnick and Walker, <i>Fundamentals of Physics</i> (6th editions), is a standard introductory university text.
Or you could give a shot at the Feynman lectures on physics, though they are quite expensive to buy.
"Lectures on Physics" are available as 'paperbacks' (three) and
not quite as expensive.
Take care ;)
Feynman lectures on physics, though they are quite expensive to buy on KaZaA you can download them for free;):D
04-10-02, 05:45 PM
hardcore, uncut articles on physics.
04-10-02, 10:54 PM
xxx.lanl.gov is hardly introductory physics.
04-11-02, 10:30 AM
Actually, I thought twice about posting that. The reson I did is that I recently d/l'd an article on QFT that is pretty accesable even for laypeople. If someone does a search they can wade through the results and find some usefull stuff. lecture notes and whatnot. Certainly for the most part its not introductory, but I thought it was worth mention.