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How Big is Big and How Small is Small The Sizes of Everything and Why

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ISBN13:

9780199681198

ISBN10:
0199681198
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
2/1/2014
Publisher(s):
Oxford University Press

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Author Biography


Timothy Paul Smith, Assistant Research Professor, Physics & Environmental Studies, Dartmouth College

Tim Smith is a Research Professor at Dartmouth College where he teaches Physics and Environmental Studies. Before then he was a Research Scientist at the MIT accelerator where he spent a decade as part of a team building an experiment to measure the arrangement of quarks inside of neutrons and protons. He has written magazine articles about neutrons, wind power and hiking. In this book he gets to explore all that and much more.


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