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    Clouds in a Glass of Beer (Bohren)

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    Clouds in a Glass of Beer by Craig F. Bohren Memorable and thoroughly understandable science lessons, liberally sprinkled with humor, will fascinate beginning physics students as well as other readers in such chapters as 'On a Clear Day You Can't See Forever,' 'Physics on a Manure Heap,' 'A Murder in Ceylon,' and 'Multiple Scattering at the Breakfast Table.'

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