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Normally angular momentum takes the form of an object’s tendency to continue rotating at a particular rate. Summary: Comparison of strengths and weakness of techniques. This is something that will occur several times again, where a symmetry has a combination of a space-time and intrinsic part. The purpose of these set exercises is to ensure that candidates have some competency in using the standard equipment which is deemed suitable at this level. Some observers in the late 19th century actually expressed the view that, what remained for physicists to do was only to fill in minor gaps in this seemingly well-established body of knowledge.

Pages: 440

Publisher: Clarendon Press; 1 edition (January 30, 1997)

ISBN: 0198517424

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