Nuclear Power Set
By (author) James A Mahaffey
Nuclear Power Set by James A Mahaffey
Book DescriptionThe brand-new, full-color Nuclear Power set reveals the inner workings, history, science, global politics, future hopes, triumphs, and disasters of an industry that has recently received a lot of attention in the headlines. Written in clear and jargon-free prose for high school and college students, the books in this set do not require a deep understanding of physics or mathematics, or the specialized vocabulary of nuclear technology to grasp the concepts of this important corner of science. Designed to address the problems of public perception of nuclear power and to instill interest and curiosity for this branch of technology, each volume includes an index, a chronology of important events, and a glossary of scientific terms. A list of books and Internet resources for further information provides readers with extended depth for every topic, as the study of nuclear technology expands to touch every aspect of the technical world.
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Book DetailsISBN: 9780816084944
Classification: Society & culture: general
Format: Hardback (246mm x 196mm x 86mm)
Imprint: Chelsea House Publishers
Publisher: Chelsea House Publishers
Publish Date: 15-Jun-2012
Country of Publication: United States
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