ELECTRONICS IN EVERYDAY THINGS by William C. Vergara

ELECTRONICS IN EVERYDAY THINGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This companions earlier titles, Science in Everyday Things (1958) and Mathematics in Everyday Things (1959), in its questions and answers about the electron, the currently growing use of electronic behavior, its importance. Photographs and drawings help to illustrate the material which starts with the definition of an electron, goes on to interference in radio stations, Geiger counters, tunnel diode, etc., etc., and a glossary. For the uninformed but curious this will provide an easy reference in this field.

Publisher: Harper