# Free eBook Modern Physics download

## by Kenneth S. Krane

**ISBN:**0471892424

**Author:**Kenneth S. Krane

**Publisher:**John Wiley and Sons (WIE); International Ed edition (March 9, 1983)

**Language:**English

**Pages:**528

**Category:**Math Science

**Subcategory:**Physics

**Size MP3:**1718 mb

**Size FLAC:**1381 mb

**Rating:**4.4

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My professor used this book for a modern physics courses

Ships from and sold by WhitePaperBlackInk. My professor used this book for a modern physics courses. The book is decent, but the downfall is that Krane does not provide enough theory/mathematical derivations of the equations to truly understand the concepts. His derivation of the Schrodinger equation was pathetic. This is disappointing because the physics is mathematically beautiful. All the material before then (Ch 5) was pretty good.

Kenneth S. Krane is Professor of Physics (Emeritus) at Oregon State University, where he has served on the faculty since 1974, including 14 years as Department Chair.

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