Lecture Notes on Physics

@article{HeppLectureNO,
  title={Lecture Notes on Physics},
  author={Klaus Hepp and Jrich and Robert L. Jaffe and Rudolf Kippenhahn and D. IRuelle},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={21},
  pages={153-153}
}
THE author says in his preface that the book “may be supposed to represent the notes, somewhat expanded, which the teacher would desire the class to take down and learn.” If so, the “notes”before us would certainly merit a good deal of attention from the teacher's red-ink pen. Of its 178 pages, 68 are taken up with examination papers of the Science and Art Department. The various branches of physics are very unequally treated. Occasional blunders are frequent. Thus on p. 27 we are told that… 
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