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Physics Experiments And Projects For Students, Volume 1. Front Cover. C. Isenberg, S. Chomet. CRC Press, Feb 1, - Science - pages. Physics Experiments and Projects for Students (Physics Experiments & Projects) [ C. This volume is based on a collection of undergraduate experiments and projects Paperback: pages; Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (July 1, ) . References 1 S. Chomet, M.A. Hill, and D.P. Lidiard, Physics Experiments and Projects for Students, vol.1, () 2 S. Deme, Semiconductor Detectors for.
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