My First Book Of Quantum Physics
The world of quantum physics is an amazing place, where quantum particles can do weird and wonderful things, acting totally unlike the objects we experience in day-to-day life. How can atoms exist in two places at once? And just how can a cat be dead and alive at the same time?
This may be a children's book but it does not shy away from the essential themes of this subject. The Atom, the Periodic Table, Schrodinger's cat, Light, Quanta and molecules are all covered. Sir Isaac Newton, Planck, Einstein, Curie and Maxwell are all reassuringly present. To keep things engaging for the intended audience, there are plenty of entertaining illustrations on every page and frequent mentions of the real life applications of discoveries. There is also a Quantum Timeline towards the end that helps readers understand which discoveries came first, alongside real world events. It is highly likely that the adults enjoying this book will also learn something along the way.
A great reference book for the home library. Hardcover.
A gift to encourage a lifelong passion for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths). Who knows where it may lead. Publisher recommends for curious minds aged 8 years +
My First Book Of Relativity also available on this site.
Book Dimensions: 248 x 248 mm Hardcover 48 pages. Colour illustrations throughout.