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KIRKUS REVIEW

Three research directors at Westinghouse Corporation explain with care the technical and theoretical ways that distances, pressures, sounds and flavors are measured. Some of the fundamental aspects of physics are presented in discussions that should be useful at the high school level. These include the limits of observation, Brownian movement, the nature of noise, the meaning of uncertainty, the constants of physics and even a brief review of calculus.

Pub Date: Jan. 27th, 1964
Publisher: Walker