Wiley-VCH - Physics

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New Books: Physics
  1. Integrated Smart Micro-Systems Towards Personalized Healthcare
      The book is a valuable source for those who aspire to improve the science of smart systems, healthcare and technological applications which exploit microelectronic systems. [224 Pages, Hardcover]

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  2. Nuclear Physics 1
      This book presents the foundations of nuclear physics, covering several themes that range from subatomic particles to stars. Also described in this book are experimental facts relating to the discovery of the electron, positron, proton, neutron and neutrino. The general properties of nuclei and the various nuclear de-excitation processes based on the nucleon layer model are studied in greater depth. This book addresses the conservation laws of angular momentum and parity, the multipolar transition probabilities E and M, gamma de-excitation, internal conversion and nucleon emission de-excitation processes. The fundamental properties of alpha and beta disintegrations, electron capture, radioactive filiations, and Bateman equations are also examined. Nuclear Physics 1 is intended for high school physics teachers, students, research teachers and science historians specializing in nuclear physics. [368 Pages, Hardcover]

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  3. The Solar System 2
      This book presents a global and synthetic vision of planetology - the study of objects in the Solar System. In the past several decades, planetology has undergone a real revolution, marked in particular by the discovery of the Kuiper belt beyond Neptune, the discovery of extrasolar planets, and also by the space exploration of ever more distant objects. Today, it is at the crossroads of many disciplines: astronomy, geophysics, geochemistry and biology. The Solar System 2 studies the outer Solar System: satellites and rings of giant planets, small bodies and dwarf planets. It also deals with meteorites and cosmochemistry, as well as the formation and dynamics of the Solar System. It addresses the question of the origin of life and extraterrestrial life, and presents all of the methods in the study of planetology. [368 Pages, Hardcover]

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  4. The Solar System 1
      This book presents a global and synthetic vision of planetology - the study of objects in the Solar System. In the past several decades, planetology has undergone a real revolution, marked in particular by the discovery of the Kuiper belt beyond Neptune, the discovery of extrasolar planets, and also by the space exploration of ever more distant objects. Today, it is at the crossroads of many disciplines: astronomy, geophysics, geochemistry and biology. The Solar System 1 deals with the Solar System as a whole, offering a general presentation of the objects that compose it and its place in the galaxy. It also deals with planetary systems, exoplanets and the interaction of Solar System objects with interplanetary medium. Finally, it analyzes the telluric and giant planets. [352 Pages, Hardcover]

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  5. Electronic Packaging Science and Technology
      This is a must-have book on the topic of electronic packaging technology -- covering the basics of the technology, electric circuit design for packaging, and the processes related to electronic packaging. [336 Pages, Hardcover]

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