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Schaum's Outline of College Physics provides a systematic review of physics with clear and concise explanations, accompanied by numerous exercises that will allow students to work on their own, for both initial learning and review. The revised edition will include comprehensive review of vectors, Newton's laws, the laws of thermodynamics, fluids, magnetic fields, light, lenses, sound, and waves.
Table of Contents
1. Introduction to Vectors • 2. Uniformly Accelerated Motion • 3. Newton's Laws • 4. Equilibrium Under the Action of Concurrent Forces • 5. Equilibrium of a Rigid Body Under Coplanar Forces • 6. Work, Energy, and Power • 7. Simple Machines • 8. Impulse and Momentum • 9. Angular Motion in a Plane • 10. Rigid-Body Rotation • 11. Simple Harmonic Motion and Springs • 12. Density: Elasticity • 13. Fluids at Rest • 14. Fluids in Motion • 15. Thermal Expansion • 16. Ideal Gases • 17. Kinetic Theory • 18. Heat Quantities • 19. Transfer of Thermal Energy • 20. First Law of Thermodynamics • 21. Entropy and the Second Law • 22. Wave Motion • 23. Sound • 24. Coulomb's Law and Electric Fields • 25. Electric Potential; Capacitance • 26. Current, Resistance, and Ohm's Law • 27. Electrical Power • 28. Equivalent Resistance; Simple Circuits29. Kirchhoff's Laws • 30. Forces in Magnetic Fields • 31. Sources of Magnetic Fields • 32. Induced EMF; Magnetic Flux33. Electric Generators and Motors • 34. Inductance; R-C and R-L Time Constants • 35. Alternating Current • 36. Reflection of Light • 37. Refraction of Light • 38. Thin Lenses • 39. Optical Instruments • 40. Interference and Diffraction of Light • 41. Relativity • 42. Quantum Physics and Wave Mechanics • 43. The Hydrogen Atom • 44. Multielectron Atoms • 45. Nuclei and Radioactivity • 46. Applied Nuclear Physics