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Electricity

Covers the many aspects that relate to electricity, from circuits, lightning and generators, as well as how we utilize this physical power in our lives.

Electronics

Examines the inner working components of electronic devices many use in everyday life, most without ever knowing exactly how something like a computer or television really works.

Energy

Examines the unseen force of energy, both potential and kinetic, and how this force is a vital part in the area of physics.

Evaluating Aptitude & Progess

This work is designed to provide a solid foundation for the research of various educational topics. This volume presents an overview of test design and the impact of nationwide standardized testing requirements and procedures.

The Britannica Guide to Heat, Force, and Motion

Explores the foundations and laws of both thermodynamics and mechanics as well as the lives of those individuals who helped advance these fundamental areas of physics.

The Britannica Guide to Particle Physics

Examines the behavior of subatomic particles, providing crucial information on the structure and nature of atomic nuclei, which in turn reveal much about energy, matter, and often the origins of the universe.

The Britannica Guide to Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

Examines the profound place that relativity and quantum mechanics occupy in subverting longstanding notions about space, time, and matter.

The Science of Physics

This volume examines historical developments in the field of physics as well as surveys the various topics integrated with the subject such as thermodynamics and mechanics.

U.S. Air Force

This title shows students how the U.S. Air Force uses an astounding array of weapons and equipment to keep the nation secure through action-packed text features such as timelines, captions, and photos.

U.S. Army

This book, through action-packed images and detailed text features, sparks students' curiosity about the largest branch of the United States Armed Forces.

U.S. Coast Guard

This book explains the dangerous work done by special operations forces. Students will learn about the U.S. Coast Guard through enriched photos and text features.

U.S. Marines

This book explains the dangerous work done by the U.S. Marines. They are an amphibious force, using support from the Navy, and attacking enemies from the air or water. They have been at the forefront of nearly every major battle in the nation's history. This book encourages students to learn about the U.S. Marines and the training it takes to defend America.

U.S. Navy

This book teaches students about the long history of the U.S. Navy, defending the nation from threats at sea. Find out how the Navy's fleet of ships has become bigger, faster, and more efficient through visual information such as charts, maps, and captions.

U.S. Special Operations Command

This book teaches students about a Special Operations solder, a person trained to carry out difficult, dangerous missions nearly anywhere on Earth with a steady hand, clear mind, and iron. The purpose of a Special Operations soldier is to protect the country against hidden and secretive enemies. Find out why members of this command are especially tough.

U.S. Technology Forces

This book provides readers with an explanation of the high-tech field of drones and robotic warfare.

Science

Electricity

Covers the many aspects that relate to electricity, from circuits, lightning and generators, as well as how we utilize this physical power in our lives.

Electronics

Examines the inner working components of electronic devices many use in everyday life, most without ever knowing exactly how something like a computer or television really works.

Energy

Examines the unseen force of energy, both potential and kinetic, and how this force is a vital part in the area of physics.

The Britannica Guide to Heat, Force, and Motion

Explores the foundations and laws of both thermodynamics and mechanics as well as the lives of those individuals who helped advance these fundamental areas of physics.

The Britannica Guide to Particle Physics

Examines the behavior of subatomic particles, providing crucial information on the structure and nature of atomic nuclei, which in turn reveal much about energy, matter, and often the origins of the universe.

The Britannica Guide to Relativity and Quantum Mechanics

Examines the profound place that relativity and quantum mechanics occupy in subverting longstanding notions about space, time, and matter.

The Science of Physics

This volume examines historical developments in the field of physics as well as surveys the various topics integrated with the subject such as thermodynamics and mechanics.

Education

Evaluating Aptitude & Progess

This work is designed to provide a solid foundation for the research of various educational topics. This volume presents an overview of test design and the impact of nationwide standardized testing requirements and procedures.

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U.S. Air Force

This title shows students how the U.S. Air Force uses an astounding array of weapons and equipment to keep the nation secure through action-packed text features such as timelines, captions, and photos.

U.S. Army

This book, through action-packed images and detailed text features, sparks students' curiosity about the largest branch of the United States Armed Forces.

U.S. Coast Guard

This book explains the dangerous work done by special operations forces. Students will learn about the U.S. Coast Guard through enriched photos and text features.

U.S. Marines

This book explains the dangerous work done by the U.S. Marines. They are an amphibious force, using support from the Navy, and attacking enemies from the air or water. They have been at the forefront of nearly every major battle in the nation's history. This book encourages students to learn about the U.S. Marines and the training it takes to defend America.

U.S. Navy

This book teaches students about the long history of the U.S. Navy, defending the nation from threats at sea. Find out how the Navy's fleet of ships has become bigger, faster, and more efficient through visual information such as charts, maps, and captions.

U.S. Special Operations Command

This book teaches students about a Special Operations solder, a person trained to carry out difficult, dangerous missions nearly anywhere on Earth with a steady hand, clear mind, and iron. The purpose of a Special Operations soldier is to protect the country against hidden and secretive enemies. Find out why members of this command are especially tough.

U.S. Technology Forces

This book provides readers with an explanation of the high-tech field of drones and robotic warfare.

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