2 edition of Particles at work found in the catalog.
Particles at work
Nuffield Science 13 to 16 (Project)
|Statement||(editor Malcolm Mander ; author Tony Turner). Teachers" guide.|
|Contributions||Turner, Tony., Mander, Malcolm.|
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Work done in this Nuffield 13 - 16 module followed from the B unit called ‘Charged particles’. This S unit provided enough material for eight double periods during a single-certificate science course.
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