February New Physics Books


Application of geometric algebra to electromagnetic scattering : the Clifford-Cauchy-Dirac technique / Andrew Seagar.
QC665.S3 S43
Beam propagation method for design of optical waveguide devices / Ginés G. Lifante Pedrola.
QC389 .L525 2016
Cell biology by the numbers / Ron Milo, Rob Phillips ; illustrated by Nigel Orme.
QH585.5.D38 M55 2016
Conceptual basis of quantum mechanics / Jan-Markus Schwindt.
QC174.12 .S39513 2016
Conductors, semiconductors, superconductors : an introduction to solid state physics / Rudolf P. Huebener.
QC176 .H84 2016
Hyperspherical harmonics expansion techniques : application to problems in physics / Tapan Kumar Das.
QC20.7.S645 D37 2016
A molecular dynamics study of the structure-dynamics relationships of supercooled liquids and glasses / by Ryan Soklaski.
LD5791.8.PhD2015 S64
Practical quantum mechanics : modern tools and applications / Efstratios Manousakis.
QC174.12 .M36 2016
Progress in ultrafast intense laser science / Kaoru Yamanouchi … [et al., eds.].
QC689.5.L37 P78 v.11-12
Quantum kinetic theory / Michael Bonitz.
QC174.17.P7 B65 2016
Skyrmions in magnetic materials / Shinichiro Seki, Masahito Mochizuki.
QC765 .S35 2016
Spectra of atoms and molecules / Peter F. Bernath.
QC454.A8 B47 2016
Spectroscopy and optical diagnostics for gases / Ronald K. Hanson, R. Mitchell Spearrin, Christopher S. Goldenstein.
QC451 .H234 2016
Springer tracts in modern physics.
Q111 .E7 v.266
Stratification, rollover and handling of LNG, LPG and other cryogenic liquid mixtures / Ralph G. Scurlock.
QC145.48.S9 S38 2016
Supersymmetry and noncommutative geometry / Wim Beenakker, Thijs van den Broek, Walter D. van Suijlekom.
QC174.17.S9 B44 2016
Supersymmetry and string theory : beyond the standard model / Michael Dine, University of California, Santa Cruz.
QC174.17.S9 D56 2015
Thermophysical properties and structural evolution of supercooled metallic liquids / by Matthew E. Blodgett.
LD5791.8.PhD2015 B56

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Alison Verbeck is the Physics Librarian at Washington University. For more information, contact Alison: alison@wustl.edu