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Einstein's Theory of Relativity by Max Born 1965 Dover Hardcover Ex College Libres VERY Clean Revised Edition Leibfiend & Biem

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Einstein's Theory of Relativity by Max Born
1965 Dover Hardcover 376 pages and then catalog pages.
Revised Edition prepared with the collaboration of Gunther Leibfriend and Walter Biem
Standard book number 486 – 60769 –0

Chapter 1, geometry and cosmology
2. the origin of the art of measuring space and time 2. Units and lengths of time 3. Origin and coordinate system 4. The axioms of geometry 5. The Ptolemaic system 6. The Copernican system 7. The elaboration of the Copernican doctrine
chapter 2 the fundamental laws of classical mechanics
1. Equilibrium and the concept of force 2 the study of motion rectilinear motion 3 motion in a plane 4 circular motion 5 motion in space 6 dynamics the law of inertia 7 impulses 8 the effect of an impulse 9 mass and momentum 10 force and acceleration 11 example elastic vibrations 12 weight and mass 13 analytical mechanics 14 the lot of energy 15 dynamical units of force and mass
chapter 3 the Newtonian world system
1 absolute space and absolute time 2 N law of attraction 3 universal gravitation 4 celestial mechanics 5 the relativity principle of classical mechanics 6 limited absolute space 7 Galileo transformations 8 inertial forces 9 centrifugal forces and absolute space
chapter for the fundamental laws of objects
1 the ether 2 the corpuscular and the undulatory theory 3 the velocity of light 4 elements of the way theory interference 5 polarization and transversality of light waves 6 the ether as an elastic solid 7 the optics of moving bodies 8 the Doppler effect 9 the convection of light by matter 10 aberration 11 retrospect and further development
Chapter 5 the fundamental laws of electrodynamics
1 electro and maagnetostatics 2 voltaic electricity and electrolysis 3 resistance and heat of current 4 electromagnetism 5 Faraday's lines of force 6 the electrical displacement current 7 magnetic induction 8 Maxwell's theory of action by contact 9 electromagnetic theory of light 10 the electromagnetic ether 11 Hertz' theory of moving bodies 12 the electron theory of Lorentz 13 electromagnetic mass 14 Mickelson and Morley's experiment 15 the contraction hypothesis
chapter 6 Einstein's special principle of relativity
1 the concept of simultaneity 2 Einstein's kinematics in Lorentz's transformations 3 geometrical representation of Einstein's mechanics 4 moving measuring rods and clocks 5 appearance and reality 6 the addition of velocities 7 Einstein's dynamics 8 the inertia of energy 9 energy and momentum 10 optics of moving bodies 11 Minkowski's absolute world
chapter 7 Einstein's Gen. theory of relativity
1 relativity in the case of arbitrary motions 2 the principle of equivalence 3 the failure of Euclidean geometry 4 geometry on curved surfaces 5 the two dimensional continuum 6 mathematics and reality 7 the metric of the space time continuum 8 the fundamental laws of the new mechanics 9 mechanical inferences and confirmations 10 predictions of the new mechanics and their confirmations 11 optical deductions and confirmations 12 cosmology 13 the unified field theory 14 conclusion
index.

Measures 8 x 5.5 inches Weighs 1 pound 2 ounces
Ex College Libres VERY Clean

Pages clean, libres stamp on outer edges & card holder inside front leaf (as expected). Plastic jacket permanently attached.

Contents:
Standard book number 486 – 60769 – zero

Chapter 1, geometry and cosmology
2. the origin of the art of measuring space and time 2. Units and lengths of time 3. Origin and coordinate system 4. The axioms of geometry 5. The Ptolemaic system 6. The Copernican system 7. The elaboration of the Copernican doctrine
chapter 2 the fundamental laws of classical mechanics
1. Equilibrium and the concept of force 2 the study of motion rectilinear motion 3 motion in a plane 4 circular motion 5 motion in space 6 dynamics the law of inertia 7 impulses 8 the effect of an impulse 9 mass and momentum 10 force and acceleration 11 example elastic vibrations 12 weight and mass 13 analytical mechanics 14 the lot of energy 15 dynamical units of force and mass
chapter 3 the Newtonian world system
1 absolute space and absolute time 2 N law of attraction 3 universal gravitation 4 celestial mechanics 5 the relativity principle of classical mechanics 6 limited absolute space 7 Galileo transformations 8 inertial forces 9 centrifugal forces and absolute space
chapter for the fundamental laws of objects
1 the ether 2 the corpuscular and the undulatory theory 3 the velocity of light 4 elements of the way theory interference 5 polarization and transversality of light waves 6 the ether as an elastic solid 7 the optics of moving bodies 8 the Doppler effect 9 the convection of light by matter 10 aberration 11 retrospect and further development
Chapter 5 the fundamental laws of electrodynamics
1 electro and maagnetostatics 2 voltaic electricity and electrolysis 3 resistance and heat of current 4 electromagnetism 5 Faraday's lines of force 6 the electrical displacement current 7 magnetic induction 8 Maxwell's theory of action by contact 9 electromagnetic theory of light 10 the electromagnetic ether 11 Hertz' theory of moving bodies 12 the electron theory of Lorentz 13 electromagnetic mass 14 Mickelson and Morley's experiment 15 the contraction hypothesis
chapter 6 Einstein's special principle of relativity
1 the concept of simultaneity 2 Einstein's kinematics in Lorentz's transformations 3 geometrical representation of Einstein's mechanics 4 moving measuring rods and clocks 5 appearance and reality 6 the addition of velocities 7 Einstein's dynamics 8 the inertia of energy 9 energy and momentum 10 optics of moving bodies 11 Minkowski's absolute world
chapter 7 Einstein's Gen. theory of relativity
1 relativity in the case of arbitrary motions 2 the principle of equivalence 3 the failure of Euclidean geometry 4 geometry on curved surfaces 5 the two dimensional continuum 6 mathematics and reality 7 the metric of the space time continuum 8 the fundamental laws of the new mechanics 9 mechanical inferences and confirmations 10 predictions of the new mechanics and their confirmations 11 optical deductions and confirmations 12 cosmology 13 the unified field theory 14 conclusion
index.

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