Encyclopedia of Applied Physics
Copyright © 1999-2013 by John Wiley and Sons, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Online ISBN: 9783527600434
About this Book
The Digital Encyclopedia of Applied Physics provides the basic principles and in-depth coverage of all technically pertinent areas of modern-day physics, coupled with technological applications from real life. It originally appeared in print in 23 volumes plus 2 update volumes, covering some 15,500 pages and over 650 articles with a total of 7,800 figures and 980 tables. As of July 2004, the Digital Encyclopedia of Applied Physics appears in a thoroughly updated form, containing 14 new contributions on optics and 30 completely revised articles.
Key subject areas covered in the Digital Encyclopedia of Applied Physics include the basics, methods, and applicationsas well as all the neighboring fields of physics and engineering. The encyclopedia comprehensively covers such specific topics as: optics, laser physics, solid state and semiconductor physics, atom and nuclear physics, and biophysics. Thanks to the encyclopedia's clearly structured organization, you can quickly access targeted information within individual articles, and easily continue into deeper research through suggested further reading. A glossary covers over 6,000 terms related to the field.
With the flexibility afforded by the powerful search and navigation capabilities of Wiley Online Library , you will be able to search the encyclopedia by subject, article and keyword. Wiley Online Library also allows you to search across the Digital Encyclopedia of Applied Physics as well as Wiley's extensive collection of journals and a variety of other online reference worksincluding the Encyclopedia of Imaging Science and Technology , Encyclopedia of Smart Materials, Reference Manual for Telecommunications Engineering, the Wiley Encyclopedia of Electrical and Electronics Engineering , Encyclopedia of Space Science and Technology, as well as many others.