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Volume 1 contains chapters 1-19 | |
Volume 2 contains chapters 20-39 | |
Doing Physics | p. 1 |
Realms of Physics | p. 1 |
Measurements and Units | p. 2 |
Working with Numbers | p. 5 |
Strategies for Learning Physics | p. 7 |
Mechanics | p. 13 |
Motion in a Straight Line | p. 14 |
Average Motion | p. 14 |
Instantaneous Velocity | p. 16 |
Acceleration | p. 19 |
Constant Acceleration | p. 20 |
The Acceleration of Gravity | p. 23 |
Motion in Two and Three Dimensions | p. 31 |
Vectors | p. 31 |
Velocity and Acceleration Vectors | p. 34 |
Relative Motion | p. 35 |
Constant Acceleration | p. 36 |
Projectile Motion | p. 38 |
Uniform Circular Motion | p. 42 |
Force and Motion | p. 49 |
The Wrong Question | p. 49 |
Newton's First and Second Laws | p. 50 |
Forces | p. 54 |
The Force of Gravity | p. 55 |
Using Newton's Second Law | p. 56 |
Newton's Third Law | p. 58 |
Using Newton's Laws | p. 67 |
Using Newton's Second Law | p. 67 |
Multiple Objects | p. 70 |
Circular Motion | p. 73 |
Friction | p. 76 |
Drag Forces | p. 80 |
Work, Energy, and Power | p. 86 |
Work | p. 87 |
Forces That Vary | p. 89 |
Kinetic Energy | p. 93 |
Power | p. 95 |
Conservation of Energy | p. 102 |
Conservative and Nonconservative Forces | p. 103 |
Potential Energy | p. 104 |
Conservation of Mechanical Energy | p. 107 |
Potential-Energy Curves | p. 110 |
Gravity | p. 118 |
Toward a Law of Gravity | p. 119 |
Universal Gravitation | p. 119 |
Orbital Motion | p. 121 |
Gravitational Energy | p. 123 |
The Gravitational Field | p. 126 |
Systems of Particles | p. 132 |
Center of Mass | p. 132 |
Momentum | p. 137 |
Kinetic Energy of a System | p. 141 |
Collisions | p. 142 |
Totally Inelastic Collisions | p. 143 |
Elastic Collisions | p. 145 |
Rotational Motion | p. 155 |
Angular Velocity and Acceleration | p. 156 |
Torque | p. 158 |
Rotational Inertia and the Analog of Newton's Law | p. 160 |
Rotational Energy | p. 165 |
Rolling Motion | p. 167 |
Rotational Vectors and Angular Momentum | p. 174 |
Angular Velocity and Acceleration Vectors | p. 174 |
Torque and the Vector Cross Product | p. 175 |
Angular Momentum | p. 177 |
Conservation of Angular Momentum | p. 178 |
Gyroscopes and Precession | p. 180 |
Static Equilibrium | p. 186 |
Conditions for Equilibrium | p. 186 |
Center of Gravity | p. 188 |
Examples of Static Equilibrium | p. 188 |
Stability | p. 191 |
Oscillations, Waves, and Fluids | p. 203 |
Oscillatory Motion | p. 204 |
Describing Oscillatory Motion | p. 205 |
Simple Harmonic Motion | p. 206 |
Applications of Simple Harmonic Motion | p. 209 |
Circular and Harmonic Motion | p. 212 |
Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion | p. 213 |
Damped Harmonic Motion | p. 214 |
Driven Oscillations and Resonance | p. 215 |
Wave Motion | p. 222 |
Waves and Their Properties | p. 222 |
Wave Math | p. 224 |
Waves on a String | p. 225 |
Sound Waves | p. 228 |
Interference | p. 229 |
Reflection and Refraction | p. 232 |
Standing Waves | p. 234 |
The Doppler Effect and Shock Waves | p. 236 |
Fluid Motion | p. 243 |
Density and Pressure | p. 243 |
Hydrostatic Equilibrium | p. 244 |
Archimedes' Principle and Buoyancy | p. 247 |
Fluid Dynamics | p. 248 |
Applications of Fluid Dynamics | p. 250 |
Viscosity and Turbulence | p. 254 |
Thermodynamics | p. 261 |
Temperature and Heat | p. 262 |
Heat, Temperature, and Thermodynamic Equilibrium | p. 263 |
Heat Capacity and Specific Heat | p. 264 |
Heat Transfer | p. 266 |
Thermal-Energy Balance | p. 271 |
The Thermal Behavior of Matter | p. 279 |
Gases | p. 279 |
Phase Changes | p. 283 |
Thermal Expansion | p. 286 |
Heat, Work, and the First Law of Thermodynamics | p. 292 |
The First Law of Thermodynamics | p. 292 |
Thermodynamic Processes | p. 294 |
Specific Heats of an Ideal Gas | p. 301 |
The Second Law of Thermodynamics | p. 309 |
Reversibility and Irreversibility | p. 310 |
The Second Law of Thermodynamics | p. 310 |
Applications of the Second Law | p. 314 |
Entropy and Energy Quality | p. 317 |
Electromagnetism | p. 327 |
Electric Charge, Force, and Field | p. 328 |
Electric Charge | p. 328 |
Coulomb's Law | p. 329 |
The Electric Field | p. 332 |
Fields of Charge Distributions | p. 334 |
Matter in Electric Fields | p. 338 |
Gauss's Law | p. 347 |
Electric Field Lines | p. 347 |
Electric Flux and Field | p. 349 |
Gauss's Law | p. 351 |
Using Gauss's Law | p. 352 |
Fields of Arbitrary Charge Distributions | p. 358 |
Gauss's Law and Conductors | p. 359 |
Electric Potential | p. 367 |
Electric Potential Difference | p. 367 |
Calculating Potential Difference | p. 370 |
Potential Difference and the Electric Field | p. 376 |
Charged Conductors | p. 378 |
Electrostatic Energy and Capacitors | p. 384 |
Electrostatic Energy | p. 385 |
Capacitors | p. 385 |
Using Capacitors | p. 387 |
Energy in the Electric Field | p. 391 |
Electric Current | p. 398 |
Electric Current | p. 398 |
Conduction Mechanisms | p. 400 |
Resistance and Ohm's Law | p. 405 |
Electric Power | p. 407 |
Electrical Safety | p. 408 |
Electric Circuits | p. 415 |
Circuits, Symbols, and Electromotive Force | p. 415 |
Series and Parallel Resistors | p. 417 |
Kirchhoff's Laws and Multiloop Circuits | p. 423 |
Electrical Measurements | p. 425 |
Capacitors in Circuits | p. 426 |
Magnetism: Force and Field | p. 436 |
What Is Magnetism? | p. 436 |
Magnetic Force and Field | p. 437 |
Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields | p. 438 |
The Magnetic Force on a Current | p. 441 |
Origin of the Magnetic Field | p. 442 |
Magnetic Dipoles | p. 446 |
Magnetic Matter | p. 449 |
Ampere's Law | p. 451 |
Electromagnetic Induction | p. 464 |
Induced Currents | p. 464 |
Faraday's Law | p. 466 |
Induction and Energy | p. 469 |
Inductance | p. 474 |
Magnetic Energy | p. 479 |
Induced Electric Fields | p. 481 |
Alternating-Current Circuits | p. 489 |
Alternating Current | p. 489 |
Circuit Elements in AC Circuits | p. 490 |
LC Circuits | p. 495 |
Driven RLC Circuits and Resonance | p. 497 |
Power in AC Circuits | p. 500 |
Transformers and Power Supplies | p. 500 |
Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves | p. 508 |
The Four Laws of Electromagnetism | p. 509 |
Ambiguity in Ampere's Law | p. 509 |
Maxwell's Equations | p. 511 |
Electromagnetic Waves | p. 512 |
Properties of Electromagnetic Waves | p. 515 |
The Electromagnetic Spectrum | p. 519 |
Producing Electromagnetic Waves | p. 520 |
Energy and Momentum in Electromagnetic Waves | p. 521 |
Optics | p. 529 |
Reflection and Refraction | p. 530 |
Reflection | p. 530 |
Refraction | p. 532 |
Total Internal Reflection | p. 534 |
Dispersion | p. 536 |
Images and Optical Instruments | p. 542 |
Images with Mirrors | p. 543 |
Images with Lenses | p. 548 |
Refraction in Lenses: The Details | p. 551 |
Optical Instruments | p. 554 |
Interference and Diffraction | p. 563 |
Coherence and Interference | p. 563 |
Double-Slit Interference | p. 565 |
Multiple-Slit Interference and Diffraction Gratings | p. 567 |
Interferometry | p. 570 |
Huygens' Principle and Diffraction | p. 573 |
The Diffraction Limit | p. 577 |
Modern Physics | p. 585 |
Relativity | p. 586 |
Speed c Relative to What? | p. 587 |
Matter, Motion, and the Ether | p. 587 |
Special Relativity | p. 589 |
Space and Time in Relativity | p. 590 |
Simultaneity Is Relative | p. 595 |
The Lorentz Trasformations | p. 596 |
Energy and Momentum in Relativity | p. 599 |
Electromagnetism and Relativity | p. 602 |
General Relativity | p. 604 |
Particles and Waves | p. 609 |
Toward Quantum Theory | p. 609 |
Blackbody Radiation | p. 610 |
Photons | p. 613 |
Atomic Spectra and the Bohr Atom | p. 616 |
Matter Waves | p. 619 |
The Uncertainty Principle | p. 621 |
Complementarity | p. 624 |
Quantum Mechanics | p. 629 |
Particles, Waves, and Probability | p. 630 |
The Schrodinger Equation | p. 631 |
Particles and Potentials | p. 633 |
Quantum Mechanics in Three Dimensions | p. 640 |
Relativistic Quantum Mechanics | p. 641 |
Atomic Physics | p. 646 |
The Hydrogen Atom | p. 646 |
Electron Spin | p. 651 |
The Exclusion Principle | p. 654 |
Multielectron Atoms and the Periodic Table | p. 655 |
Transitions and Atomic Spectra | p. 658 |
Molecules and Solids | p. 666 |
Molecular Bonding | p. 666 |
Molecular Energy Levels | p. 668 |
Solids | p. 671 |
Superconductivity | p. 677 |
Nuclear Physics | p. 684 |
Elements, Isotopes, and Nuclear Structure | p. 684 |
Radioactivity | p. 689 |
Binding Energy and Nucleosynthesis | p. 695 |
Nuclear Fission | p. 697 |
Nuclear Fusion | p. 702 |
From Quarks to the Cosmos | p. 709 |
Particles and Forces | p. 709 |
Particles and More Particles | p. 710 |
Quarks and the Standard Model | p. 714 |
Unification | p. 717 |
The Evolving Universe | p. 719 |
Appendices | |
Mathematics | p. A-1 |
The International System of Units (SI) | p. A-9 |
Conversion Factors | p. A-11 |
The Elements | p. A-13 |
Astrophysical Data | p. A-16 |
Answers to Odd-Numbered Exercises and Problems | p. A-17 |
Credits | p. C-1 |
Index | p. I-1 |
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