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For Chapters 15-30, this manual contains detailed solutions to approximately 12 problems per chapter. These problems are indicated in the textbook with boxed problem numbers. The manual also features a skills section, important notes from key sections of the text, and a list of important equations and concepts.
Table of Contents
|Suggestions for Study||p. vii|
|Electricity and Magnetism|
|Electric Forces and Electric Fields||p. 1|
|Electrical Energy and Capacitance||p. 21|
|Current and Resistance||p. 43|
|Direct-Current Circuits||p. 59|
|Induced Voltages and Inductance||p. 101|
|Alternating Current Circuits and Electromagnetic Waves||p. 123|
|Light and Optics|
|Reflection and Refraction of Light||p. 145|
|Mirrors and Lenses||p. 163|
|Wave Optics||p. 191|
|Optical Instruments||p. 213|
|Quantum Physics||p. 249|
|Atomic Physics||p. 269|
|Nuclear Physics||p. 291|
|Nuclear Energy and Elementary Particles||p. 311|
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