(PDF READ) [The Atom] á Jack Challoner
Mpleted the book in two days as everything was already known to me no i am already known to me No I am too smart writer wrote for layman Don t let the beautiful design fool ou into thinking that this is a fluffy coffee table book It covers a lot of design fool Pioneering Education For Girls Across The Globe you into thinking that this is a fluffy coffee table book It covers a lot of clearly and concisely I ll go ahead and give it 4 stars This is simply a book for the Layman it is a good introduction with no math It is still a science book soou will have to read it several times to understand it. Color throughout The Atom offers clear answers to uestions we have all pondered as well as some we have never even dreamed of It describes the amazing discoveries scientists have made about the fundamental building blocks of matter from uarks to nuclear fission to the God particle and explains them accessibly and concisely The Atom is the engaging and straightforward introduction to the topic that we didn't get in scho. Deceiving book Looks like a colorful kid oriented glossy book I m not a big fan of the DK series of books that goes for FAR too many splashy pictures that obscures the text This books covers some VERY serious topics There is not really a Table of Contents The Introduction describes what each chapter is about Short but to the point I found
text very readable the topics very deep Schrodinger s wave euation brownian motion binding energy uantu. An accessible and engaging guide to the atom the smallest most fundamental constituent of matterUntil now popular science has relegated the atom to a supporting role in defining the different chemical elements of the periodic table In this book Jack Challoner places the atom at center stage The Atom investigates the uest to identify the smallest most fundamental constituents of Atom investigates the uest to identify the smallest most fundamental constituents of and how that uest helps us to under.
The Text Very Readable