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Table of Contents
|Introduction and Mathematical Concepts||p. 1|
|Kinematics in One Dimension||p. 16|
|Kinematics in Two Dimensions||p. 28|
|Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion||p. 38|
|Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion||p. 64|
|Work and Energy||p. 73|
|Impulse & Momentum||p. 86|
|Rotational Kinematics||p. 99|
|Rotational Dynamics||p. 110|
|Simple Harmonic Motion and Elasticity||p. 122|
|Temperature and Heat||p. 152|
|The Transfer of Heat||p. 167|
|The Ideal Gas Law and Kinetic Theory||p. 175|
|Waves and Sound||p. 203|
|The Principle of Linear Superposition and Interference Phenomena||p. 218|
|Electric Forces and Electric Fields||p. 228|
|Electric Potential Energy and the Electric Potential||p. 244|
|Electric Circuits||p. 254|
|Magnetic forces and Magnetic Fields||p. 277|
|Electromagnetic Induction||p. 288|
|Alternating Current Circuits||p. 303|
|Electromagnetic Waves||p. 316|
|The Reflection of Light: Mirrors||p. 325|
|The Refraction of Light: Lenses and Optical Instruments||p. 336|
|Interference and the Wave Nature of Light||p. 359|
|Special Relativity||p. 371|
|Particles and Waves||p. 383|
|The Nature of the Atom||p. 393|
|Nuclear Physics and Radioactivity||p. 405|
|Ionizing Radiation, Nuclear Energy and Elementary Particles||p. 414|
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