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30-Second Newton The 50 Crucial Concepts, Roles and Performers, Each Explained in Half a Minute

Popular Science
By: Brian Clegg(Editor)
160 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: The Ivy Press
30-Second Newton
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  • 30-Second Newton ISBN: 9781782403111 Hardback Feb 2016 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Not only a towering figure in his own era, Newton also left an immense scientific legacy, much of which still underpins key theories today. So if the principal thing you remember about him is that an apple fell on his head, its high time you learned a little more. 30-Second Newton offers a fast-track understanding of the key theories that formed the core of Newtons thinking, and looks at the roles he played over his long life, and at the network of connections he forged with his contemporaries. A team of expert authors assess his breadth and brilliance, offering the reader not only succinct analyses of his work on gravity, light, colour, and calculus, but also a broader picture of the key role he plays in the history of science

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Popular Science
By: Brian Clegg(Editor)
160 pages, colour illustrations
Publisher: The Ivy Press
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