## Advanced (College/University)

### Books

**Title:** Advanced Linear Algebra

**Author:** José Antonio de la Peña

**Publisher:** UNAM y Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 1996

**ISBN:** 968-16-5040-9

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 195-page book “is directed at students of science or engineering that have taken their first elementary course of linear algebra. It can be used as a text book for a semester course that emphasizes the applications of calculus”.

**Title:** Linear Algebra

**Author:** Stanley I. Grossman
Translation: Marcia González Osuna

**Publisher:** McGraw Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 1996

**ISBN:** 970-10-0890-1

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 634-page book intends to teach linear algebra to students of all disciplines without them needing to have prior knowledge of calculus.

**Title:** Algebra

**Author:** Raymond Barnett, Michael Ziegler, and Karl Byleen
Translation: Javier León Cárdenas

**Publisher:** McGraw Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 2000

**ISBN:** 970-10-2967-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 657-page book “presents a totally student-oriented focus. Because of this and in order to facilitate the comprehension of this material... it presents more than 270 examples solved step by step and more than 4000 carefully selected problems”.

**Title:** Algebra Everywhere

**Author:** José Antonio de la Peña

**Collection:** Science for Everyone

**Publisher:** Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 968-16-6052-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 195-page book has the purpose of “showing the reader that mathematics are beautiful, useful, and exciting.

**Title:** Algebra and Trigonometry

**Author:** Dennis Zill and Jacqueline Dewar
Translation: Gloria Ramírez Mariño and Yelka García Rodríguez

**Publisher:** McGraw Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 2000

**ISBN:** 958-41-0162-5

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 657-page book is divided into twelve chapters in which the authors try to carry the student by the hand so that he or she can learn and understand: logic and sets of numbers, fundamental concepts of algebra, equations and inequalities...

**Title:** Breviary of Climatological Terms

**Author:** Arturo Carrillo Sánchez, Ma. Alejandra Sánchez Trejo

**Publisher:** Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo

**Year:** 2002

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 69-page book covers concepts that “for the student of biology these are of great importance, since it opens the panorama of the relationships among biology and climatology, particularly the role of climatology in the relations of organisms with their environment and their consequences”.

**Title:** Differential and Integral Calculus

**Author:** Stefan Banach
Translation: Alvar Noé Barra Zenil y Guillermos García Talavera

**Publisher:** Niriega Limusa

**Year:** 1996

**ISBN:** 968-18-3949-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 386-page book was written as an introduction to differential and integral calculus. The book presents the most important theorems and the least complicated demonstrations of them, so that it will be easier for students to learn. The book is divided into 23 chapters...

—Fragment taken from the back of the book.

**Title:** Differential and Integral Calculus

**Author:** Aburto Barragán

**Publisher:** Niriega Limusa

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN:** 968-18-5555-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 323-page book was written “especially as a didactic aid for the students of all areas of engineering, putting special emphasis on solving problems of integral and vector calculus of several variables.”

—Fragment taken from the back of the book.

**Title:** Today’s Earth Science

**Author:** Servando de la Cruz-Reyna

**Publisher:** Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 1994

**ISBN Number:** 968-16-4363-1

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

“The intent of this book is to present a sample of some of the aspects of earth science that are presently being studied in the field.”

**Title:** Specialized Dictionary of Chemistry

**Author:** Arnoldo Ramírez Barco

**Publisher:** Norma Educativa

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN Number:** 958-04-0031-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

“The Dictionary of Chemistry of the collection the Key to Science responds to the questions and doubts in this area, at a university and professional educational level.”

**Title:** Collazo Dictionary English—Spanish of Informatics, Computing, and other subjects. Volumes I (A-R) and II (S-Z)

**Author:** Javier Collazo

**Publisher:** McGraw Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 970-10-3828-7 (Complete Work)

**ISBN:** 970-10-3829-5 (Volume I)

**ISBN:** 970-10-3830-9 (Volume II)

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This work has two volumes which define more than 2500 words about boolean algebra, calculating, computer graphics, computers, minicomputers, electronica, satellite communications, internet...

**Title:** Encyclopedic Dictionary of Chemistry

**Author:** Jacques Angenault

**Publisher:** CECSA

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 968-26-1313-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This dictionary has “2500 defined terms, 80 pages of tables and pictures and 200 biographies of chemists... For each term, it has various levels of detail, according to the needs for information”.

**Title:** Technical Dictionary, English—Spanish, Spanish —English

**Author:** F. Beigbeder Atienza

**Publisher:** Díaz de Santo

**Year:** 1995

**ISBN:** 84-7978-221-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This dictionary “covers an extensive technical terminology applied to fields such as civil engineering, electronics, information science... among others”.

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**Title:** Differential Equations of Physics

**Author:** España González
Series: Mathematics

**Collection:** Textos Politecniscos

**Publisher:** Niriega Limusa

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN:** 968-18-5553-1

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 111-page book has as the objective “to illustrate and explain in a detailed way, the evolution of the most representative physical concepts and to illustrate them in mathematical terms using differential equations.

**Title:** Differential Equations

**Author:** José Antonio de la Peña

**Publisher:** UNAM y Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 1996

**ISBN:** 968-16-5040-9

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 297-page book contains 33 chapters that explain in a detailed way what are and how to solve differential equations.

**Title:** Exercices and Problems of Mathematical Analysis

**Author:** Picard

**Translation:** Guillermo García

**Series:** Mathematics

**Collection:** Textos Politecniscos

**Publisher:** Niriega Limusa

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 968-18-5786-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 171-page book, “contains themes on quadratures, differential equations, integral equations of Fred Holm and Voltera, as well as equations of second-order partial derivatives.”

**Title:** Exercises in electricity and magnetism

**Author:** Sterelkov, Eltsin, and Yakovlev

**Publisher:** Instituto Politécnico Nacional

**Year:** 1996

**ISBN:** 968-7724 58-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 202-page book Polytechnic Institute. This collection has the purpose of producing less expensive textbooks that support the teaching and learning process.

**Title:** Physics. Volume 1

**Author:** Resnick, Holliday, and Krane
Translation: Efrén Alatorre Miguel

**Publisher:** CECSA

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 970-240257-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

“This it is the fifth edition of the classic book written by David Halliday and Robert Resnick... a text for introductory courses of physics based on calculus”.

**Title:** Physics for Science and Engineering. Volume 1

**Author:** Serway and Beichner
Translation: Víctor Campos Olguín and Ana Elizabeth García Hernández

**Publisher:** McGraw Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 2000

**ISBN:** 970-10-3581-X

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This book has a CD-Rom that “covers the fundamental concepts of physics through simulations, animations and videos”. The explanations and demonstrations are clear so the solution of problems becomes very easy.

**Title:** Physics for Science and Engineering. Volume 11

**Author:** Serway and Beichner
Translation: Víctor Campos Olguín and Ana Elizabeth García Hernández

**Publisher:** McGraw Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 970-10-3582-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This book has a CD-Rom that “covers the fundamental concepts of physics through simulations, animations and videos”. The explanations and demonstrations are clear so the solution of problems becomes very easy.

**Title:** Physics. Concepts and Applications

**Author:** Tippens
Translation: Ángel Carlos González Ruiz

**Publisher:** McGraw Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN:** 970-10-3514-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 943-page book “was written for a physics course without calculus designed for students in technical or industrial careers or for those that desire a very clear introduction of the applications of the principles of this discipline.

**Title:** General Physics

**Author:** Frederick J. Bueche
Translation: José Hernán Pérez Castellanos
Serie: Schaum

**Publisher:** McGraw Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN:** 970-10-3455-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 570-page book was written for a physics course that does not require calculus, but does require basic algebra, principles of trigonometry and a very small amount of vector analysis. There is a review of mathematics in the appendices, nevertheless “the concepts are developed in the corresponding theme”.

**Title:** Physics. Visual Ocean Atlas

**Publisher:** Oceano

**ISBN:** 84-494-1282-X

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This small encyclopedia can be a good tool for students who are required to take a basic course of physics without calculus.

**Title:** University Physics. Volume 1

**Author:** Sears, Zemansky, Young, and Freedman
Translation: Roberto Escalona García

**Publisher:** Addison Wesley Longman

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN:** 968-444-277-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 696-page book is the “result of two decades of investigation of the obstacles that students usually face when learning physics.

**Title:** General Physics

**Author:** Van Der Merwe
Translation: Luis Gutiérrez Díez and Angel Gutiérrez Vázquez
Serie: Schaum

**Publisher:** McGraw Hill Interamericana

**Year:** 1991

**ISBN:** 968-422-927-5

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

In this book of 276 pages, “each chapter establishes in a concise and clear form the definitions, principles and theorems, problems so much proposed as resolved are exposed in ordered form from smaller to greater difficulty degree, and comply the function of reviewing the exposed theory in each chapter”.

**Title:** Physical Chemistry

**Author:** Gilbert W. Castellan

**Translator:** María Eugenia Costas Basín y Carlos Amador Bedolla

**Publisher:** Pearson Educación

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN Number:** 968-444-316-1

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 1045-page book has 35 chapters and contains black and white illustrations that complement the text, tables of group characteristics, thermodynamic chemical properties, answers to problems and an index.

**Title:** Stellar Formation

**Compiler:** Luis Felipe Rodríguez

**Publisher:** UNAM and Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 1996

**ISBN:** 968-16-4437-9

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Science Teachers and/or College Students

This 330-page book gathers the work done during the courses given by the Institute of Astronomy of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) in the First Mexican School of Astrophysics, in which students and researchers from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Spain, United States, and Venezuela participated.

**Title:** Principals of Physical Chemistry

**Author:** Samuel H. Maron & Carl F. Prutton

**Translator:** Manuel Aragonés A.

**Publisher:** Editorial Limusa, S.A. de C.V.

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN Number:** 968-18-0164-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 803-page book has 21 chapters that contain black and white illustrations that complement the text. In the "pages, the student can learn, without great effort, the main laws and methods of physical chemistry and appreciate the most recent advances in this field."

**Title:** Fundamentals of Geology

**Author:** Reed Wicander, James S. Monroe

**Translation:** Enrique Palos

**Publisher:** Wadsworth Publishing Company

**Year:** 1999 (Second Edition)

**ISBN:** 0-534-54774-5

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College/University

This book is designed for a first semester geology course at the university level. This second edition is easier to read because the text is written with a clear informal style. The students are introduced to geology, the system of the Earth, the tectonic plates, the Earth’s interior, the processes of terrain surface and to geological time.

**Title:** Fundamentals of Normalization and Metrology

**Author:** Vicente Martínez Llebrez

**Publisher:** Instituto Politécnico Nacional

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN:** 970-18-1883-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 539-page book explains normalization, its organization, the national system of normalization, techniques and tendencies, normalization and the economy, basic metrological concepts, international system of units, measurements, and methods of measurement.

**Title:** Fundamentals of Heat Transfer

**Author:** Jaime Cervantes de Gortari
Series: Scientific University Texts

**Publisher:** UNAM and Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 968-16-5964-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 583-page book was written “as a text book and as a reference book for those in the careers of physics, engineering (of all types), and architecture...

**Title:** Guide to the Universe

**Author:** José Luis Comellas

**Publisher:** Rialp, S.A.

**Year:** 1999 (6th Edition)

**ISBN:** 84-321-1976-8

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College/University

This book contains what is necessary for readers to orient themselves when observing the sky. Containing many diagrams, maps, and charts, this book is an excellent guide for the amateur astronomer. It explains how to obtain the best observations through a telescope. A background in astronomy is required in order to understand some of the material in this book.

**Title:** History of Astronomy in Mexico

**Compiler:** Marco Arturo Moreno Corral

**Publisher:** Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Collection:** Science for Everyone

**Year:** 2001 (Second Edition and Reprint)

**ISBN:** 968-16-5769-1 (Third Edition)

**ISBN:** 968-16-4808-0 (Second Edition)

**ISBN:** 968-16-2391-6 (First Edition)

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Science Teachers and/or College Students

This 255 page book is divided into 12 chapters in which the authors tell us how the vision of astronomy changed from the pre-Hispanic epoch to today.

**Title:** History of Mathematics

**Author:** E.T. Bell
Translation: R. Ortíz

**Publisher:** Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 968-16-1879-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 654-page book carries the reader from the birth of mathematics to the uncertainty and probability studied nowadays.

**Title:** Introduction to Physics. A Conceptual Focus on Classical Mechanics

**Author:** Antonio Lara-Barragán Gómez, Guillermo Cerpa Cortés, and Héctor Núñez Trejo

**Publisher:** Universidad de Guadalajara

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 970270378-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 157-page book “emphasizes the conceptualization of classical mechanics in an alternative plan of instruction founded on a framework more philosophical than pedagogical or psychological...”

—Fragment taken from the back of the book.

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**Title:** Introduction to Meteorology

**Author:** Raúl Castro Zavala, Mario Vázquez Peña y José Luis Jiménez Rojas

**Publisher:** Universidad Autónoma de Chapingo

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 970-651-636-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

In this 247-page book “it is intended that the reader becomes familiar with the basic concept of atmospheric phenomena and with current themes of environmental deterioration.”

**Title:** Advanced Mathematics for Engineering. Volume 1 and 11

**Author:** Erwin Kreyszig
Translation: Rodolfo Piña García and Hugo Villagómez Velázquez

**Publisher:** Limusa Wiley

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 968-18-5310-5 (Volume 1)

**ISBN:** 968-18-5311-3 (Volume 11)

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 721-page book was written with students of engineering, physics, mathematics and computer sciences in mind.

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**Title:** Mathematics for Humanities Students

**Author:** Moris Kline
Translation: Roberto Helier

**Publisher:** Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 2001

**ISBN:** 968-16-3093-9

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 574-page book “binds the achievements of sciences such as physics with methods of mathematics, and makes the reader see the subtle relations of the science of numbers with the economy, politics, sociology, philosophy, and art”.

**Title:** Mathematics II

**Author:** Pedro Aranda García, Teofilio Gallardo Sainz, Enrique Minor Campa, et al.

**Publisher:** Instituto Politécnico Nacional

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 968-29-1738-7

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 185-page book will teach students about linear equations, linear equations with one unknown variable, linear systems of equations with two or three unknown variables...

**Title:** Meteors. Fragments of Comets and Asteroids

**Author:** Josep María Trigo I. Rodríguez

**Publisher:** Equipo SIRIUS

**Year:** 1996

**ISBN:** 84-86639-81-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Science Teachers and/or College Students

This book has 371 pages that are divided into 21 chapters in which the author “denotes having a lot of hours of observation through out his life. He transmits his global interest for the interplanetary matter, using very simple language and, at the same time, he gives generous explications.”

**Title:** Fundamental Notions of Mechanics. Volume 111

**Author:** Valentín Gama

**Publisher:** Instituto Politécnico Nacional

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 968-7001 71-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 467-page book is part of a new collection of books that was created by the National Polytechnic Institute. This collection has the purpose of producing less expensive textbooks that support the teaching and learning process.

**Title:** Óptica

**Author:** Justiniano Casas

**Editor:** Librería Pons

**Year:** 1994 (7^{th} Edition)

**ISBN:** 84-605-0062-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** University/College

Optics is one of the many growing branches in physics with a very promising future. This book is designed for a college student in an introductory optics course. The main purpose of this book is to teach students in science, in general, and optics majors specifically how to understand many of the concepts and uses of optics.

**Title:** Óptica

**Author:** Eugene Hecht

**Translation:** Raffaello Dal Col

**Editor:** Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.

**Year:** 1998 (3rd Edition)

**ISBN:** 0-201-30425-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** University/College

This third edition serves as an introduction to the advances in optics technology and their importance in our society. There are 708 pages and 13 chapters with easy to follow diagrams and some technical language. This book is helpful to students in a college introductory course in optics.

**Title:** Problems of Differential and Integral Calculus

**Author:** Guillermo García Talavera

**Publisher:** Instituto Politécnico Nacional

**Year:** 1999

**ISBN:** 970-18-2383-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 517-page book “offers a collection of 682 problems about differential and integral calculus with their solutions.

**Title:** Problems and Exercises of Quantum Mechanics

**Author:** Luis de la Peña and Mirna Villavicencio

**Publisher:** UNAM y Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 968-16-7035-3

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This book “discusses in detail the solution to each one of the problems suggested to the reader... it is aimed at college students that desire to acquire a solid knowledge of the principles of quantum mechanics...”

—Fragment taken from the back of the book.

**Title:** Selected Problems of Elemental Physics. Volume 1

**Author:** Bújovtsev, Miákishev, Krívchenkov, and Saráeva
Translation: Marina Kostritsina

**Publisher:** Instituto Politécnico Nacional

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN:** 968-7001 18-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 225-page book is a collection of problems about mechanics, heat, molecular physics, electricity and magnetism, oscillations and waves, geometric optics and physical optics.

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**Title:** Problems of Basic Chemistry. Volume 2

**Author:** Raymundo Luna Rangel, Maria Esther Martínez Morales, Eva de los Ángeles Chapa Rezendez, et al.

**Publisher:** Instituto Politécnico Nacional

**Year:** 1990

**ISBN:** 968-29-2631-9

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 410-page book contains “260 problems on solubility and solutions, solved by different procedures”. This book that can serve as a great aid for those students who desire to acquire practice in the solution of problems.

**Title:** Chemistry—The Central Science

**Author:** Theodore L. Brown, H. Eugene LeMay, Jr. And Bruce E. Bursten

**Translator:** Héctor Javier Escalona y García y M. En C. Roberto Escalona

**Publisher:** Pearson Educación

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN Number:** 970-17-0169-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 987-page book has 25 chapters with colorful illustrations and it includes a CD-Rom. The students will acquire a significant understanding of many of the themes in chemistry.

**Title:** Chemistry

**Author:** Gregory R. Choppin y Lee R. Summerlin

**Translator:** Hortensia Corona de Contin

**Publisher:** Publicaciones Cultural

**Year:** 2000

**ISBN Number:** 968-439-138-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

In 623 pages and five chapters with black and white images the student will learn the importance of the properties of water, aqueous solutions, characterization of acids and bases, velocity of chemical reactions...

**Title:** General Chemistry

**Author:** Ma. Guadalupe Osuna C.

**Publisher:** Alfaomega and Instituto Politécnico Nacional

**Year:** 2002

**ISBN:** 970-36-0002-6

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 215-page book, “directed at a first course of general college-level chemistry, presents its fundamental bases, from the analysis of the atomic structure, the atomic nucleus, Bohr’s model, and descriptive chemistry to chemical bonds”.

**Title:** Chemistry

**Author:** Teresita Flores de Labardini, Arcelia Ramírez de Delgado et. al.

**Publisher:** Publicaciones Cultural

**Year:** 2000

**ISBN Number:** 968-439-589-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 512-page book has 15 chapters and gives the students the opportunity to simply acquire the knowledge necessary to understand many of the themes in chemistry. This book contains a table of elements, answers to the exercises, a glossary and many black and white illustrations that complement the text.

**Title:** Organic Chemistry

**Author:** Robert Thornton Morrison & Robert Neilson Boyd

**Translator:** Rosa Zugazagoitia Herranz y Peter Fielder

**Publisher:** Pearson Educación

**Year:** 1998

**ISBN Number:** 968-444-340-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

“The authors reorganized the material and added new information with the purpose of presenting the text in such form that students can assimilate it better.”

**Title:** Springs of Scientific Creativity. Essays About the Founders of Modern Science

**Authors:** Ruther Aris, H. Ted Davis y Roger H. Stuewer

**Translator:** Juan Almela

**Publisher:** Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 1995

**ISBN Number:** 968-16-3283-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

“Through twelve biographical essays, recompiled from a series of conferences on the theme, this book offers a panorama that goes from Galileo, Newton, J.P. Joule and Maxwell to J.W. Gibbs, Rayleigh and Sperry...

**Title:** Introduction to Algebraic Functions Theory

**Author:** Gabriel Daniel Villa Salvador

**Publisher:** Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Year:** 2003

**ISBN:** 968-16-7075-2

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

“This work is an introduction to the algebraic-arithmetic theory of the fields of algebraic functions of one variable”.

—Fragment taken from the back of the book.

**Title:** The Earth, That Different Planet

**Author:** S. Ichtiaque Rasool y N. Skrotzky
Translation: Luis Justo

**Publisher:** Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo

**Year:** 1989

**ISBN:** 84-7432-363-0

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This 201-page book talks about the effects of changes in the biosphere of our planet, “the uniqueness of the Earth, [and] its value as a true miracle. The authors alert us to the need of preserving it”.

**Title:** The Course of the Universe

**Author:** Frank Durham and Robert D. Purrington

**Publisher:** Fondo de Cultura Económica

**Collection:** Science for Everyone

**Year:** 1996

**ISBN:** 968-16-3083-1 (First Reprint)

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** Science Teachers and/or College Students

This 293-page book tries to explain cosmology as a sub-field of both astronomy and physics.

**Title:** Scientific and Technical Vocabulary

**Author:** Real Academia de Ciencias Exactas, Físicas y Naturales

**Publisher:** ESPASA

**Year:** 1994

**ISBN:** 84-239-9407-4

**Suggested reader’s academic level:** College

This dictionary is divided into three large sections: exact sciences, chemical and physical sciences, and natural sciences. This it is an excellent tool for the professional that desires to have an exact definition to a series of terms about the areas before mentioned.