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The third edition provides practicing physicists with the fundamental principles that underlie the behavior of matter while presenting a modern integration of 20th Century physics. Emphasis is placed on constructing and using physical models. Serious computer modeling is introduced in the beginning to help build a strong foundation on the use of this important tool. End-of-chapter problems delve into experiments using simple equipment to gain insight into deep scientific issues. Stop and Think questions are also included to engage physicists in the material.
Table of Contents
|Interactions and Motion|
|The Momentum Principle|
|The Fundamental Interactions|
|Rate of Change of Momentum|
|The Energy Principle|
|Entropy: Limits on the Possible|
|Gases and Engines|
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