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I have been teaching Physics for over 20 years and found much to enrich my courses in this book. Great and novel approach to what traditionally can be dense material.Published 1 month ago by Enrique Caliz
Good summary document and a handy reference. Price is consistent with the size of the book (100 pages).
Good explanation of entropy and enthalpy.
If you wish to know thermodynamics, this gives you the understanding of it. I hesitated buying this, but I'm glad I did. I just would like it better and could buy more.Published 4 months ago by JK
Interesting read. This book puts forth a lot of information in a short book. As one who originally ran into a brick wall when I took Thermodynamics in college, this book would have... Read morePublished 4 months ago by A Reader
This was a very nice overview of the history and meaning of the laws of thermodynamics. I really had an appreciation of what and why these laws are important and I got a good sense... Read morePublished 10 months ago by StarSearcher
At least two reviewers have questioned the author's introduction of the concept regarding negative temperatures using the Kelvin scale. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Frank A. Stephenson
An excellent example of the VSI format. A complex subject treated seriously by an expert in a very short form. This is an excellent overview. Read morePublished 12 months ago by PVreader
Thermodynamics does not receive the attention it deserves in introductory science classes. This small book introduces the three laws of thermodynamics in detail and in order. Read morePublished 14 months ago by O. Long
As far as living up to the standard of the "Very Short Introduction" series, Atkins' text does just that. Read morePublished 14 months ago by David Milliern