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Science - History of the Universe Vol. 3: Physics & Electricity

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In this third volume of the Science - History of the Universe series, Francis Rolt-Wheeler delves into the fascinating world of physics and electricity. As with the previous volumes, Rolt-Wheeler's writing is clear, concise, and engaging, making complex scientific concepts accessible to readers of all ages.

The book covers a wide range of topics, from the fundamental principles of physics to the practical applications of electricity in our daily lives. Rolt-Wheeler does an excellent job of breaking down these concepts into easily digestible chunks, using clear explanations and helpful illustrations to guide readers through each topic.

One of the standout features of this volume is Rolt-Wheeler's attention to detail and historical context. He not only explains the scientific principles behind concepts such as electromagnetism and quantum mechanics, but also provides insight into the scientists and inventors who made groundbreaking discoveries in these areas. This adds a rich historical perspective to the text, making it more engaging and informative.

Overall, Science - History of the Universe Vol. 3: Physics & Electricity is a must-read for anyone interested in the field of physics or looking to deepen their understanding of the natural world. Rolt-Wheeler's clear writing style, comprehensive coverage of the subject matter, and engaging historical context make this book a valuable addition to any science library.

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Multi-volume work on science edited by Francis Rolt-Wheeler. The third volume is on physics written by George Matthew and on electricity written by Professor William J. Moore. The section on physics covers matter - analysis and properties, heat, light - its sources and its nature, and sound. On the subject of electricity, it discusses the nature of electricity, electrostatics, fundamental discoveries in electric science and how electro-chemistry was developed and electromagnetic machines. It also details technologies advanced by discovery of electricity and electromagnetism such as electric lighting, the telephone, electric railway, telegraph and wireless telegraphy. It also explains the development of power transmission. - Summary by Sienna

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