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Table of Contents
* Introduction and Mathematical Concepts * Kinematics in One Dimension *Kinematics in Two Dimensions *Forces and Newton’s Laws of Motion *Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion *Work and Energy *Impulse and Momentum *Rotational Kinematics *Rotational Dynamics *Simple and Harmonic Motion and Elasticity *Fluids *Temperature and Heat *The Transfer of Heat *The Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic Theory *Thermodynamics *Waves and Sound *The Principle of Linear Superposition and Interference Phenomena *Electric Forces and Electric Fields *Electric Potential Energy and the Electric Potential *Electric Circuits *Magnetic Forces and Magnetic Fields *Electromagnetic Induction *Alternating Current Circuits *Electromagnetic Waves *The Reflection of Light: Mirrors *The Refraction of Light: Lenses and Optical Instruments *Interference and the Wave Nature of Light *Special Relativity *Particles and Waves *The Nature of the Atom *Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity *Ionizing Radiation, Nuclear Energy and Elementary Particles