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## Table of Contents

## Part 5: Electricity

### Chapter 21, Electrostatics

#### 21.1, Electromagnetism

#### 21.2, Electric Charge

#### 21.3, Insulators, Conductors, Semiconductors, and Superconductors

#### 21.4, Electrostatic Charging

#### 21.5, Electrostatic Force - Coulomb's Law

#### 21.6, Coulomb's Law and Newton's Law of Gravitation

### Chapter 22, Electric Fields and Gauss’s Law

#### 22.1, Definition of an Electric Field

#### 22.2, Field Lines

#### 22.3, Electric Field due to Point Charges

#### 22.4, Electric Field due to a Dipole

#### 22.5, General Charge Distributions

#### 22.6, Force due to an Electric Field

#### 22.7, Electric Flux

#### 22.8, Gauss's Law

#### 22.9, Special Symmetries

### Chapter 23, Electric Potential

#### 23.1, Electric Potential Energy

#### 23.2, Definition of Electric Potential

#### 23.3, Equipotential Surfaces and Lines

#### 23.4, Electric Potential of Various Charge Distributions

#### 23.5, Finding the Electric Field from the Electric Potential

#### 23.6, Electric Potential Energy of a System of Point Charges

### Chapter 24, Capacitors

#### 24.1, Capacitance

#### 24.2, Circuits

#### 24.3, Parallel Plate Capacitor and Other Types of Capacitors

#### 24.4, Capacitors in Circuits

#### 24.5, Energy Stored in Capacitors

#### 24.6, Capacitors with Dielectrics

#### 24.7, Microscopic Perspective on Dielectrics

### Chapter 25, Current and Resistance

#### 25.1, Electric Current

#### 25.2, Current Density

#### 25.3, Resistivity and Resistance

#### 25.4, Electromotive Force and Ohm's Law

#### 25.5, Resistors in Series

#### 25.6, Resistors in Parallel

#### 25.7, Energy and Power in Electric Circuits

#### 25.8, Diodes: One-Way Streets in Circuits

### Chapter 26, Direct Current Circuits

#### 26.1, Kirchoff's Rules

#### 26.2, Single-Loop Circuits

#### 26.3, Multiloop Circuits

#### 26.4, Ammeters and Voltmeters

#### 26.5, RC Circuits

## Part 6: Magnetism

### Chapter 27, Magnetism

#### 27.1, Permanent Magnets

#### 27.2, Magnetic Force

#### 27.3, Motion of Char

### Chapter 28, Magnetic Fields of Moving Charges

#### 28.1, Biot-Savart Law

#### 28.2, magnetic Fields due to Current Distributions

#### 28.3, Ampere's Law

#### 28.4, Magnetic Fields of Solenoids and Toroids

#### 28.5, Atoms as Magnets

#### 28.6, Magnetic Properties of matter

#### 28.7, Magnetism and Superconductivity

### Chapter 29, Electromagnetic Induction

#### 29.1, Faraday's Experiments

#### 29.2, Faraday's Law of induction

#### 29.3, Lenz's Law

#### 29.4, Generators and Motors

#### 29.5, Induced Electric Field

#### 29.6, Inductance of a Solenoid

#### 29.7, Self-Induction and Mutual Induction

#### 29.8, RL Circuits

#### 29.9, Energy and Energy Density of a Magnetic Field

#### 29.10, Applications of Information Technology

### Chapter 30, Alternating Current Circuits

#### 30.1, LC Circuits

#### 30.2, Analysis of LC Oscillations

#### 30.3, Damped Oscillations in an RLC Circuit

#### 30.4, Driven AC Circuits

#### 30.5, Series RLC Circuits

#### 30.6, Energy and Power in AC Circuits

#### 30.7, Transformers

#### 30.8, Rectifiers

### Chapter 31, Electromagnetic Waves

#### 31.1, Maxwell's Law of Induction for Induced Magnetic Fields

#### 31.2, Wave Solutions to Maxwell's Equations

#### 31.3, The Electromagnetic Spectrum

#### 31.4, Poynting Vector and Energy Transport

#### 31.5, Radiation Pressure

#### 31.6, Polarization

#### 31.7, Derivation of the Wave Equation

## Part7: Optics

### Chapter 32, Geometric Optics

#### 32.1, Light Rays and Shadows

#### 32.2, Reflection and Plane Mirrors

#### 32.3, Curved Mirrors

#### 32.4, Refraction and Snell's Law

### Chapter 33, Lenses and Optical Instruments

#### 33.1, Lenses

#### 33.2, Magnifier

#### 33.3, Systems of Two or More Optical Elements

#### 33.4, Human Eye

#### 33.5, Camera

#### 33.6, Microscope

#### 33.7, Telescope

#### 33.8, Laser Tweezers

### Chapter 34, Wave Optics

#### 34.1, Light Waves

#### 34.2, Interference

#### 34.3, Diffraction

#### 34.4, Gratings

## Part 8: Relativity

### Chapter 35, Relativity

#### 35.1, Space, Time, and the Speed of Light

#### 35.2, Time Dilation and Length Contraction

#### 35.3, Lorentz Transformation

#### 35.4, Relativistic Momentum and Energy

#### 35.5, General Relativity

#### 35.6, Relativity in our Daily Lives: GPS

### Chapter 36, Quantum Physics

#### 36.1, The Nature of Matter, Space, and Time

#### 36.2, Blackbody Radiation

#### 36.3, Photoelectric Effect

#### 36.4, Compton Scattering

#### 36.5, Matter Waves

#### 36.6, Uncertainty Relation

#### 36.7, Spin

#### 36.8, Spin and Statistics

### Chapter 37, Quantum Mechanics

#### 37.1, Wave Function

#### 37.2, Time-Independent Schrödinger Equation

#### 37.3, Infinite Potential Well

#### 37.4, Finite Potential Wells

#### 37.5, Harmonic Oscillator

#### 37.6, Wave Functions and Measurements

#### 37.7, Correspondence Principle

#### 37.8, Time-Dependent Schrödinger Equation

#### 37.9, Many-Particle Wave Function

#### 37.10, Antimatter

### Chapter 38, Atomic Physics

#### 38.1, Spectral Lines

#### 38.2, Bohr's Model of the Atom

#### 38.3, Hydrogen Electron Wave Function

#### 38.4, Other Atoms

#### 38.5, Lasers

### Chapter 39, Elementary Particle Physics

#### 39.1, Reductionism

#### 39.2, Probing Substructure

#### 39.3, Elementary Particles

#### 39.4, Extensions of the Standard Model

#### 39.5, Composite Particles

#### 39.6, Big Bang Cosmology

### Chapter 40, Nuclear Physics

#### 40.1, Nuclear Properties

#### 40.2, Nuclear Decay

#### 40.3, Nuclear Models

#### 40.4, Nuclear Energy: Fission and Fusion

#### 40.5, Nuclear Astrophysics

#### 40.6, Nuclear Medicine