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Offline Dege

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how to learn nuclear physics fast ?
« on: 04/12/2009 03:42:48 »
i would like to learn nuclear physics, only one problem i dont know of any teacher or books to help. if anyone know someone who would do it or if you know of any good books, let me know. thanks alot


 

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how to learn nuclear physics fast ?
« Reply #1 on: 07/12/2009 00:04:59 »
Just google the words it will turn up several good references.  If you want to know something more specific ask a more detailed question.
 

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how to learn nuclear physics fast ?
« Reply #2 on: 07/12/2009 07:03:30 »
Just google the words it will turn up several good references.  If you want to know something more specific ask a more detailed question.

You'd need a few courses in linear and non-linear vector algebra. You would also need to take rudimentary classes in the workings of the strong force and the weak force. There's a lot to do, and it seems, so little time on your behalf?

What's the rush? Even i'm still learning some of the most basic things physics can throw at me.. and i will most probably continue to learn when i am old and wrinkly.
 

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