Written by an environmental scientist, this book explains the essential concepts and jargon in the field of physics for those who are nonspeacilists. By providing both students and working professionals and clear, concise overview of important topics, Spellman hopes to improve their abilities to solve problems. Written similar to a textbook, each chapter ends with problems that can be used to test the reader's understanding of the topics presented and their ability to apply the mathematical equasions that are explained.
This book can be found in HECSA Library:
Physics for Nonphysicists
Frank R. Spellman
QC 24.5 .S64 2009