By W. E. Burcham
Provides nuclear and particle physics in a single textbook, indicating the relationship among those heavily similar fields. half 1 offers a precis of the most themes of nuclear constitution physics when half 2 presents the theoretical heritage necessary to the knowledge of particle physics.
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