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A Radically Modern Approach to Introductory PhysicsEdit
This book was published under the GFDL, and is a good resource. Since it is under the GFDL, material can be harvested from it, and adapted for this wikibook:
- A Radically Modern Approach to Introductory Physics is a GNU FDL open content physics text written by David J. Raymond of New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology.
This textbook aims to cover every aspect of modern physics at an undergraduate level in such a manner that anyone who is literate, and not frightened of math, should be able to understand and use it. It can be used to add new material to the Modern Physics book.
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