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    Author(s)BAJAJ
    PublisherMcGraw Hill
    ISBN9780074516102
    BindingSoftbound
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJanuary 2001

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    McGraw Hill THE PHYSICS OF WAVES AND OSCILLATIONS by BAJAJ

    This book is a comprehensive text for the undergraduate adn postgraduate students of physics. The presentation of subjects, the order of topics and the treatment is well suited to those who require a basic understanding of the subject. An attempt has been made to derive every formula from the fundamental laws of physics incoroporating the details of mathematical steps and their logical necessity. At some places, generality and mathematical rigour have been sacrificed to make the chain of logic more distinct, clearly bringing out the physical reasoning.The treatment reads as physics rather than mathematics with mathematical arguments appearing only as tools to achieve physical understanding. The book uses Cartesian coordinates and SI units and includes a complete list of references at the end of the book. The concepts are illustrated by numerous worked out examples. Also included are carefully selected problems at the end of teh chapters. In a lucid and simple style the book provides a systematic adn through treatment of the subject which the student will have no difficulty in following. 0 This book is intended primarily for students pursing degree courses in physics at the college or university undergraduate level. 0 The book has nine chapters. Each chapter is divided into sections dealing with a particular topic. 0 Each chapter contains a large number of solved examples. A variety of problems is appended at the end of each chapter.