IOP Concise Physics

From Astronomy to Quantum Computing, Concise Physics publishes short texts in over 30 distinct areas of physics. These books provide readers with a snapshot of current research, an introduction to key principles, a look back at historical events and people, and even delve into issues surrounding effective teaching methods. These books are aimed at researchers, students, teachers, and anyone interested in physics at all levels. The books are available for individuals in print and e-book format on this site.

Purchasing for libraries is available through the IOP at their web site: IOP Concise Physics.



Organ Printing Organ Printing
Dong-Woo Cho, Jung-Seob Lee, Falguni Pati, Jin Woo Jung, Jinah Jang, Jeong Hun Park
This book introduces various 3D printing systems, biomaterials, and cells for organ printing. In view of the latest applications of several 3D printing systems, their advantages and disadvantages are also discussed. A basic understanding of the entir...
Publication Date: November 9, 2015

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Designing Hybrid Nanoparticles Designing Hybrid Nanoparticles
Maria Benelmekki
In the last few years, several “bottom-up” and “top-down” synthesis routes have been developed to produce tailored hybrid nanoparticles (HNPs). This book provides a new insight into one of the most promising “bottom-up” techniques, based ...
Publication Date: April, 2015

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An Introduction to Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) and its Application to Materials Science An Introduction to Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) and its Application to Materials Science
Sarah Fearn
This book highlights the application of Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry (ToF-SIMS) for high-resolution surface analysis and characterization of materials. While providing a brief overview of the principles of SIMS, it also provides exa...
Publication Date: October, 2015

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Nonlinear Optics of Photonic Crystals and Meta-Materials Nonlinear Optics of Photonic Crystals and Meta-Materials
Arthur R. McGurn
This is a brief introduction to the ideas and phenomena that occur in the nonlinear optics of photonic crystals and metamaterials. These are illustrated within the context of simple models which provide an easy understanding of the physical phenomen...
Publication Date: September, 2015

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Classical Field Theory and the Stress-Energy Tensor Classical Field Theory and the Stress-Energy Tensor
Mark Swanson
This book is a concise introduction to the key concepts of classical field theory for beginning graduate students and advanced undergraduate students who wish to study the unifying structures and physical insights provided by classical field theory w...
Publication Date: October, 2015

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Nanometrology Using the Transmission Electron Microscope (Nanometrology Series) Nanometrology Using the Transmission Electron Microscope (Nanometrology Series)
Vlad Stolojan
The Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) is the ultimate tool to see and measure structures on the nanoscale and to probe their elemental composition and electronic structure with sub-nanometer spatial resolution. Recent technological breakthrough...
Publication Date: October, 2015

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Dark Matter in the Universe Dark Matter in the Universe
Marc Seigar
The study of dark matter, in both astrophysics and particle physics, has emerged as one of the most active and exciting topics of research in recent years. This book reviews the history behind the discovery of missing mass (or unseen mass) in the uni...
Publication Date: October, 2015

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Atomic Bomb: The Story of the Manhattan Project Atomic Bomb: The Story of the Manhattan Project
B. Cameron Reed
In August 1945, two US Army Air Force B-29 bombers each dropped single "atomic bombs" on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Little Boy and Fat Man each exploded with energies equivalent to over 10,000 tons of conventional explosive. Jus...
Publication Date: June, 2015

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Python and Matplotlib Essentials for Scientists and Engineers Python and Matplotlib Essentials for Scientists and Engineers
Matt A. Wood
This book provides an introduction to the core features of the Python programming language and Matplotlib plotting routines for scientists and engineers (or students of either discipline) who want to use Python to analyze data, simulate physical proc...
Publication Date: June, 2015

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Kinematic Labs with Mobile Devices Kinematic Labs with Mobile Devices
Jason M. Kinser
As technology advances education has expanded from the classroom into other formats including on-line delivery, flipped classrooms and hybrid delivery. Congruent with these is the need for alternative formats for laboratory experiences. This explos...
Publication Date: July, 2015

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Modern Analytical Electromagnetic Homogenization Modern Analytical Electromagnetic Homogenization
Tom G. Mackay, Akhlesh Lakhtakia
Electromagnetic homogenization is the process of estimating the effective electromagnetic properties of composite materials in the long-wavelength regime, wherein the length scales of nonhomogeneities are much smaller than the wavelengths involved. T...
Publication Date: July, 2015

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Atoms and Photons and Quanta, Oh My! Atoms and Photons and Quanta, Oh My!
F. Todd Baker
This is the second book in the Ask the Physicist series. The main emphasis of this volume is providing an accessible introduction to quantum physics, atomic physics, and nuclear physics to anyone with at least a high school physics ...
Publication Date: June, 2015

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Nanoscopic Electrofocusing for Bio-Nanoelectronic Devices Nanoscopic Electrofocusing for Bio-Nanoelectronic Devices
Michael R Hamblin, Shanmugamurthy Lakshmanan
The ability to arrange precisely designed patterns of nanoparticles into a desired spatial configuration is the key to creating novel nanoscale devices that take advantages of the unique properties of nanomaterials. While two-dimensional arrays of na...
Publication Date: February 13, 2015

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SMath for Physics SMath for Physics
Bernard V. Liengme
SMath is a free mathematical notebook program similar to Mathcad that provides many options for studying and solving complex mathematical equations. This book is a primer providing a concise but thorough introduction that keeps physics at a fairly lo...
Publication Date: March 15, 2015

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Quantitative Core Level Photoelectron Spectroscopy Quantitative Core Level Photoelectron Spectroscopy
Juan A Colon Santana
This book introduces the reader to the concepts and instrumentation that emerge in an experimental approach to the photoemission process. The basic elements implemented for the technique are discussed and the geometry of the instrumentation is explai...
Publication Date: February 13, 2015

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Skin Photoaging Skin Photoaging
Rui Yin, Qiquan Chen, Michael R. Hamblin
This book focuses on skin photoaging, the premature aging of skin due to environmental effects such as exposure to UV (UVA, UVB) radiation from the sun. Slowing the aging process and rejuvenation have been one of the major goals of medicine and are i...
Publication Date: March 20, 2015

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Visual Astronomy Visual Astronomy
Panos Photinos,
Visual Astronomy introduces the basics of observational astronomy, a fundamentally limitless opportunity to learn about the universe with your unaided eyes or with tools such as binoculars, telescopes, and cameras. The easy to use book explai...
Publication Date: 04/01/2015

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The Everyday Physics of Hearing and Vision The Everyday Physics of Hearing and Vision
Benjamin de Mayo,
Humans receive the vast majority of sensory perception through the eyes and ears. This non-technical book examines the everyday physics behind hearing and vision to help readers understand more about themselves and their physical environment. It be...
Publication Date: 04/01/2015

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Advanced Tokamak Stability Theory Advanced Tokamak Stability Theory
Linjin Zheng
This book describes the advanced stability theories for magnetically confined fusion plasmas, especially in tokamaks. As the fusion plasma sciences advance, the gap between the textbooks and cutting-edge researches gradually develops. This book fills...
Publication Date: 04/01/2015

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Skin Aging and Photoaging Mechanisms Skin Aging and Photoaging Mechanisms
Rui Yin, Qiquan Chen, Michael R. Hamblin,
This book focuses on skin photoaging, the premature aging of skin due to environmental effects such as exposure to UV (UVA, UVB) radiation from the sun. Slowing the aging process and rejuvenation have been one of the major goals of medicine and are i...
Publication Date: 04/01/2014

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