ENERGY AND POWER by Robert Irving

ENERGY AND POWER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The precocious student in the first two years of high school, who has not studied physics will gain insight into the action of energy and power. Older boys and girls now studying physics could also profit from the author's explanation of the transfer of energy, the structure of the atom, heat as motion, and Nature's resistance to man's efforts. The examples chosen to illustrate abstract concepts are drawn from familiar experience. Language is clear: type is large.

Pub Date: March 17th, 1958
Publisher: Knopf