Author Mark Silverman draws on his many experiences as an optical and atomic physicist--and on his consummate skills as a teacher and writer about the mysteries of physics--to present a remarkable tour of the world of light. Silverman's wide-ranging reflections cover virtually all elements of physical optics and its potential fantastical implications for the future of mankind. Tables. Line illustrations. Photos.Upon completion of their research, students were expected to prepare a written report for their course portfolios. The essays must be grammatically acceptable and, ideally, display a certain measure of eloquence and personal ... Professionally active scientists and engineers, however, are engaged in writing throughout their careers, as for example, in preparation of research papers, internal progressanbsp;...
|Title||:||Waves and Grains|
|Author||:||Mark P. Silverman|
|Publisher||:||Princeton University Press - 1998|