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Gravitation - 73 edition

Gravitation (ISBN10: 0716703440; ISBN13: 9780716703440)
ISBN13: 978-0716703440
ISBN10: 0716703440

Put as simply as possible, this is a book on Einstein's theory of gravity (general relativity). It is the first textbook on the subject that uses throughout the modern formalism and notation of differential geometry, and it is the first book to document in full the revolutionary techniques developed during the past decade to test the theory of general relativity.

Edition/Copyright: 73
Cover: Paperback
Publisher: W.H. Freeman
Published: 09/15/1973
International: No



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