I am about to start a new series on quantum physics and major experients which have shapped the landscape I have done a couple. I would appreciate it if someone would let me know what they think about
3. Is it understandable
4. Are the images and videos suitable for the subject matter
5. Any other thoughts (e.g. writing style, module usage)
http://hubpages.com/hub/Quantum-Physics … Experiment
Thanks so much in advance for the input
I thought is was fantastic and well done! excellent job, Dipless. I know it's difficult to ensure your writing will be understandable but I think you did well.
Thanks, I will start writing the rest now, I think i'm becoming addicted to HP
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