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University Physics with Modern Physics 15th Edition
BRIEF CONTENTS
UNIT CONVERSION FACTORS
APPLICATIONS
Practice makes perfect…
Title Page
Copyright
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
TO THE STUDENT
TO THE INSTRUCTOR
DETAILED CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Units, Physical Quantities, and Vectors
THE NATURE OF PHYSICS
SOLVING PHYSICS PROBLEMS
STANDARDS AND UNITS
USING AND CONVERTING UNITS
UNCERTAINTY AND SIGNIFICANT FIGURES
ESTIMATES AND ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE
VECTORS AND VECTOR ADDITION
COMPONENTS OF VECTORS
UNIT VECTORS
PRODUCTS OF VECTORS
Chapter 2 Motion Along a Straight Line
DISPLACEMENT, TIME, AND AVERAGE VELOCITY
INSTANTANEOUS VELOCITY
AVERAGE AND INSTANTANEOUS ACCELERATION
MOTION WITH CONSTANT ACCELERATION
FREELY FALLING OBJECTS
VELOCITY AND POSITION BY INTEGRATION
Chapter 3 Motion in Two or Three Dimensions
POSITION AND VELOCITY VECTORS
THE ACCELERATION VECTOR
PROJECTILE MOTION
MOTION IN A CIRCLE
RELATIVE VELOCITY
FORCE AND INTERACTIONS
Chapter 4 Newton’s Laws of Motion
NEWTON’S FIRST LAW
NEWTON’S SECOND LAW
MASS AND WEIGHT
NEWTON’S THIRD LAW
FREE-BODY DIAGRAMS
USING NEWTON’S FIRST LAW: PARTICLES IN EQUILIBRIUM
Chapter 5 Applying Newton’s Laws
USING NEWTON’S SECOND LAW: DYNAMICS OF PARTICLES
FRICTION FORCES
DYNAMICS OF CIRCULAR MOTION
THE FUNDAMENTAL FORCES OF NATURE
WORK
Chapter 6 Work and Kinetic Energy
KINETIC ENERGY AND THE WORK–ENERGY THEOREM
WORK AND ENERGY WITH VARYING FORCES
POWER
GRAVITATIONAL POTENTIAL ENERGY
Chapter 7 Potential Energy and Energy Conservation
ELASTIC POTENTIAL ENERGY
CONSERVATIVE AND NONCONSERVATIVE FORCES
FORCE AND POTENTIAL ENERGY
ENERGY DIAGRAMS
Chapter 8 Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions
MOMENTUM AND IMPULSE
CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM
MOMENTUM CONSERVATION AND COLLISIONS
ELASTIC COLLISIONS
CENTER OF MASS
ROCKET PROPULSION
Chapter 9 Rotation of Rigid Bodies
ANGULAR VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION
ROTATION WITH CONSTANT ANGULAR ACCELERATION
RELATING LINEAR AND ANGULAR KINEMATICS
ENERGY IN ROTATIONAL MOTION
PARALLEL-AXIS THEOREM
MOMENT-OF-INERTIA CALCULATIONS
Chapter 10 Dynamics of Rotational Motion
TORQUE
TORQUE AND ANGULAR ACCELERATION FOR A RIGID BODY
RIGID-BODY ROTATION ABOUT A MOVING AXIS
WORK AND POWER IN ROTATIONAL MOTION
ANGULAR MOMENTUM
CONSERVATION OF ANGULAR MOMENTUM
GYROSCOPES AND PRECESSION
Chapter 11 Equilibrium and Elasticity
CONDITIONS FOR EQUILIBRIUM
CENTER OF GRAVITY
SOLVING RIGID-BODY EQUILIBRIUM PROBLEMS
STRESS, STRAIN, AND ELASTIC MODULI
ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY
Chapter 12 Fluid Mechanics
GASES, LIQUIDS, AND DENSITY
PRESSURE IN A FLUID
BUOYANCY
FLUID FLOW
BERNOULLI’S EQUATION
VISCOSITY AND TURBULENCE
NEWTON’S LAW OF GRAVITATION
Chapter 13 Gravitation
WEIGHT
GRAVITATIONAL POTENTIAL ENERGY
THE MOTION OF SATELLITES
KEPLER’S LAWS AND THE MOTION OF PLANETS
SPHERICAL MASS DISTRIBUTIONS
APPARENT WEIGHT AND THE EARTH’S ROTATION
BLACK HOLES
Chapter 14 Periodic Motion
DESCRIBING OSCILLATION
SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
ENERGY IN SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
APPLICATIONS OF SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
THE SIMPLE PENDULUM
THE PHYSICAL PENDULUM
DAMPED OSCILLATIONS
FORCED OSCILLATIONS AND RESONANCE
TYPES OF MECHANICAL WAVES
Chapter 15 Mechanical Waves
PERIODIC WAVES
MATHEMATICAL DESCRIPTION OF A WAVE
SPEED OF A TRANSVERSE WAVE
ENERGY IN WAVE MOTION
WAVE INTERFERENCE, BOUNDARY CONDITIONS, AND SUPERPOSITION
STANDING WAVES ON A STRING
NORMAL MODES OF A STRING
Chapter 16 Sound and Hearing
SOUND WAVES
SPEED OF SOUND WAVES
SOUND INTENSITY
STANDING SOUND WAVES AND NORMAL MODES
RESONANCE AND SOUND
INTERFERENCE OF WAVES
BEATS
THE DOPPLER EFFECT
SHOCK WAVES
Chapter 17 Temperature and Heat
TEMPERATURE AND THERMAL EQUILIBRIUM
THERMOMETERS AND TEMPERATURE SCALES
GAS THERMOMETERS AND THE KELVIN SCALE
THERMAL EXPANSION
QUANTITY OF HEAT
CALORIMETRY AND PHASE CHANGES
MECHANISMS OF HEAT TRANSFER
Chapter 18 Thermal Properties of Matter
EQUATIONS OF STATE
MOLECULAR PROPERTIES OF MATTER
KINETIC-MOLECULAR MODEL OF AN IDEAL GAS
HEAT CAPACITIES
MOLECULAR SPEEDS
PHASES OF MATTER
THERMODYNAMIC SYSTEMS
Chapter 19 The First Law of Thermodynamics
WORK DONE DURING VOLUME CHANGES
PATHS BETWEEN THERMODYNAMIC STATES
INTERNAL ENERGY AND THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
KINDS OF THERMODYNAMIC PROCESSES
INTERNAL ENERGY OF AN IDEAL GAS
HEAT CAPACITIES OF AN IDEAL GAS
ADIABATIC PROCESSES FOR AN IDEAL GAS
Chapter 20 The Second Law of Thermodynamics
DIRECTIONS OF THERMODYNAMIC PROCESSES
HEAT ENGINES
INTERNAL-COMBUSTION ENGINES
REFRIGERATORS
THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
THE CARNOT CYCLE
ENTROPY
MICROSCOPIC INTERPRETATION OF ENTROPY
Chapter 21 Electric Charge and Electric Field
ELECTRIC CHARGE
CONDUCTORS, INSULATORS, A ND INDUCED CHARGES
COULOMB’S LAW
ELECTRIC FIELD AND ELECTRIC FORCES
ELECTRIC-FIELD CALCULATIONS
ELECTRIC FIELD LINES
ELECTRIC DIPOLES
Chapter 22 Gauss’s Law
CHARGE AND ELECTRIC FLUX
CALCULATING ELECTRIC FLUX
GAUSS’S LAW
APPLICATIONS OF GAUSS’S LAW
CHARGES ON CONDUCTORS
Chapter 23 Electric Potential
ELECTRIC POTENTIAL ENERGY
ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
CALCULATING ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
EQUIPOTENTIAL SURFACES
POTENTIAL GRADIENT
Chapter 24 Capacitance
CAPACITORS AND CAPACITANCE
CAPACITORS IN SERIES AND PARALLEL
ENERGY STORAGE IN CAPACITORS AND ELECTRIC-FIELD ENERGY
DIELECTRICS
MOLECULAR MODEL OF INDUCED CHARGE
GAUSS’S LAW IN DIELECTRICS
Chapter 25 Current, Resistance, and Electromotive Force
CURRENT
RESISTIVITY
RESISTANCE
ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE AND CIRCUITS
ENERGY AND POWER IN ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
THEORY OF METALLIC CONDUCTION
RESISTORS IN SERIES AND PARALLEL
Chapter 26 Direct-Current Circuits
KIRCHHOFF’S RULES
ELECTRICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
Chapter 27 Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces
MAGNETISM
MAGNETIC FIELD
MAGNETIC FIELD LINES AND MAGNETIC FLUX
MOTION OF CHARGED PARTICLES IN A MAGNETIC FIELD
APPLICATIONS OF MOTION OF CHARGED PARTICLES
MAGNETIC FORCE ON A CURRENT-CARRYING CONDUCTOR
FORCE AND TORQUE ON A CURRENT LOOP
THE DIRECT-CURRENT MOTOR
THE HALL EFFECT
Chapter 28 Sources of Magnetic Field
MAGNETIC FIELD OF A MOVING CHARGE
MAGNETIC FIELD OF A CURRENT ELEMENT
MAGNETIC FIELD OF A STRAIGHT CURRENT-CARRYING CONDUCTOR
FORCE BETWEEN PARALLEL CONDUCTORS
MAGNETIC FIELD OF A CIRCULAR CURRENT LOOP
AMPERE’S LAW
APPLICATIONS OF AMPERE’S LAW
MAGNETIC MATERIALS
Chapter 29 Electromagnetic Induction
INDUCTION EXPERIMENTS
FARADAY’S LAW
LENZ’S LAW
MOTIONAL EMF
INDUCED ELECTRIC FIELDS
EDDY CURRENTS
DISPLACEMENT CURRENT AND MAXWELL’S EQUATIONS
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
Chapter 30 Inductance
MUTUAL INDUCTANCE
SELF-INDUCTANCE AND INDUCTORS
MAGNETIC-FIELD ENERGY
THE
THE
THE
Chapter 31 Alternating Current
PHASORS AND ALTERNATING CURRENTS
RESISTANCE AND REACTANCE
THE
POWER IN ALTERNATING-CURRENT CIRCUITS
RESONANCE IN ALTERNATING-CURRENT CIRCUITS
TRANSFORMERS
Chapter 32 Electromagnetic Waves
MAXWELL’S EQUATIONS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
PLANE ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES AND THE SPEED OF LIGHT
SINUSOIDAL ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
ENERGY AND MOMENTUM IN ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
STANDING ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
Chapter 33 The Nature and Propagation of Light
THE NATURE OF LIGHT
REFLECTION AND REFRACTION
TOTAL INTERNAL REFLECTION
DISPERSION
POLARIZATION
SCATTERING OF LIGHT
HUYGENS’S PRINCIPLE
Chapter 34 Geometric Optics
REFLECTION AND REFRACTION AT A PLANE SURFACE
REFLECTION AT A SPHERICAL SURFACE
REFRACTION AT A SPHERICAL SURFACE
THIN LENSES
CAMERAS
THE EYE
THE MAGNIFIER
MICROSCOPES AND TELESCOPES
Chapter 35 Interference
INTERFERENCE AND COHERENT SOURCES
TWO-SOURCE INTERFERENCE OF LIGHT
INTENSITY IN INTERFERENCE PATTERNS
INTERFERENCE IN THIN FILMS
THE MICHELSON INTERFEROMETER
Chapter 36 Diffraction
FRESNEL AND FRAUNHOFER DIFFRACTION
DIFFRACTION FROM A SINGLE SLIT
INTENSITY IN THE SINGLE-SLIT PATTERN
MULTIPLE SLITS
THE DIFFRACTION GRATING
X-RAY DIFFRACTION
CIRCULAR APERTURES AND RESOLVING POWER
HOLOGRAPHY
Chapter 37 Relativity
INVARIANCE OF PHYSICAL LAWS
RELATIVITY OF SIMULTANEITY
RELATIVITY OF TIME INTERVALS
RELATIVITY OF LENGTH
THE LORENTZ TRANSFORMATIONS
THE DOPPLER EFFECT FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
RELATIVISTIC MOMENTUM
RELATIVISTIC WORK AND ENERGY
NEWTONIAN MECHANICS AND RELATIVITY
Chapter 38 Photons: Light Waves Behaving as Particles
LIGHT ABSORBED AS PHOTONS: THE PHOTOELECTRIC EFFECT
LIGHT EMITTED AS PHOTONS: X-RAY PRODUCTION
LIGHT SCATTERED AS PHOTONS: COMPTON SCATTERING AND PAIR PRODUCTION
WAVE–PARTICLE DUALITY, PROBABILITY, AND UNCERTAINTY
Chapter 39 Particles Behaving as Waves
ELECTRON WAVES
THE NUCLEAR ATOM AND ATOMIC SPECTRA
ENERGY LEVELS AND THE BOHR MODEL OF THE ATOM
THE LASER
CONTINUOUS SPECTRA
THE UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE REVISITED
Chapter 40 Quantum Mechanics I: Wave Functions
WAVE FUNCTIONS AND THE ONE-DIMENSIONAL SCHR諨INGER EQUATION
PARTICLE IN A BOX
POTENTIAL WELLS
POTENTIAL BARRIERS AND TUNNELING
THE HARMONIC OSCILLATOR
MEASUREMENT IN QUANTUM MECHANICS
Chapter 41 Quantum Mechanics II: Atomic Structure
THE SCHR諨INGER EQUATION IN THREE DIMENSIONS
PARTICLE IN A THREE-DIMENSIONAL BOX
THE HYDROGEN ATOM
THE ZEEMAN EFFECT
ELECTRON SPIN
MANY-ELECTRON ATOMS AND THE EXCLUSION PRINCIPLE
X-RAY SPECTRA
QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT
Chapter 42 Molecules and Condensed Matter
TYPES OF MOLECULAR BONDS
MOLECULAR SPECTRA
STRUCTURE OF SOLIDS
ENERGY BANDS
FREE-ELECTRON MODEL OF METALS
SEMICONDUCTORS
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
Chapter 43 Nuclear Physics
PROPERTIES OF NUCLEI
NUCLEAR BINDING AND NUCLEAR STRUCTURE
NUCLEAR STABILITY AND RADIOACTIVITY
ACTIVITIES AND HALF-LIVES
BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION
NUCLEAR REACTIONS
NUCLEAR FISSION
NUCLEAR FUSION
Chapter 44 Particle Physics and Cosmology
FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES—A HISTORY
PARTICLE ACCELERATORS AND DETECTORS
PARTICLES AND INTERACTIONS
QUARKS AND GLUONS
THE STANDARD MODEL AND BEYOND
THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE
THE BEGINNING OF TIME
APPENDIX A
APPENDIX B
APPENDIX C
APPENDIX D
APPENDIX E
APPENDIX F
ANSWERS TO ODD-NUMBERED PROBLEMS
CREDITS
INDEX
University Physics with Modern Physics 15th Edition
BRIEF CONTENTS
UNIT CONVERSION FACTORS
APPLICATIONS
Practice makes perfect…
Title Page
Copyright
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
TO THE STUDENT
TO THE INSTRUCTOR
DETAILED CONTENTS
Chapter 1 Units, Physical Quantities, and Vectors
THE NATURE OF PHYSICS
SOLVING PHYSICS PROBLEMS
STANDARDS AND UNITS
USING AND CONVERTING UNITS
UNCERTAINTY AND SIGNIFICANT FIGURES
ESTIMATES AND ORDERS OF MAGNITUDE
VECTORS AND VECTOR ADDITION
COMPONENTS OF VECTORS
UNIT VECTORS
PRODUCTS OF VECTORS
Chapter 2 Motion Along a Straight Line
DISPLACEMENT, TIME, AND AVERAGE VELOCITY
INSTANTANEOUS VELOCITY
AVERAGE AND INSTANTANEOUS ACCELERATION
MOTION WITH CONSTANT ACCELERATION
FREELY FALLING OBJECTS
VELOCITY AND POSITION BY INTEGRATION
Chapter 3 Motion in Two or Three Dimensions
POSITION AND VELOCITY VECTORS
THE ACCELERATION VECTOR
PROJECTILE MOTION
MOTION IN A CIRCLE
RELATIVE VELOCITY
FORCE AND INTERACTIONS
Chapter 4 Newton’s Laws of Motion
NEWTON’S FIRST LAW
NEWTON’S SECOND LAW
MASS AND WEIGHT
NEWTON’S THIRD LAW
FREE-BODY DIAGRAMS
USING NEWTON’S FIRST LAW: PARTICLES IN EQUILIBRIUM
Chapter 5 Applying Newton’s Laws
USING NEWTON’S SECOND LAW: DYNAMICS OF PARTICLES
FRICTION FORCES
DYNAMICS OF CIRCULAR MOTION
THE FUNDAMENTAL FORCES OF NATURE
WORK
Chapter 6 Work and Kinetic Energy
KINETIC ENERGY AND THE WORK–ENERGY THEOREM
WORK AND ENERGY WITH VARYING FORCES
POWER
GRAVITATIONAL POTENTIAL ENERGY
Chapter 7 Potential Energy and Energy Conservation
ELASTIC POTENTIAL ENERGY
CONSERVATIVE AND NONCONSERVATIVE FORCES
FORCE AND POTENTIAL ENERGY
ENERGY DIAGRAMS
Chapter 8 Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions
MOMENTUM AND IMPULSE
CONSERVATION OF MOMENTUM
MOMENTUM CONSERVATION AND COLLISIONS
ELASTIC COLLISIONS
CENTER OF MASS
ROCKET PROPULSION
Chapter 9 Rotation of Rigid Bodies
ANGULAR VELOCITY AND ACCELERATION
ROTATION WITH CONSTANT ANGULAR ACCELERATION
RELATING LINEAR AND ANGULAR KINEMATICS
ENERGY IN ROTATIONAL MOTION
PARALLEL-AXIS THEOREM
MOMENT-OF-INERTIA CALCULATIONS
Chapter 10 Dynamics of Rotational Motion
TORQUE
TORQUE AND ANGULAR ACCELERATION FOR A RIGID BODY
RIGID-BODY ROTATION ABOUT A MOVING AXIS
WORK AND POWER IN ROTATIONAL MOTION
ANGULAR MOMENTUM
CONSERVATION OF ANGULAR MOMENTUM
GYROSCOPES AND PRECESSION
Chapter 11 Equilibrium and Elasticity
CONDITIONS FOR EQUILIBRIUM
CENTER OF GRAVITY
SOLVING RIGID-BODY EQUILIBRIUM PROBLEMS
STRESS, STRAIN, AND ELASTIC MODULI
ELASTICITY AND PLASTICITY
Chapter 12 Fluid Mechanics
GASES, LIQUIDS, AND DENSITY
PRESSURE IN A FLUID
BUOYANCY
FLUID FLOW
BERNOULLI’S EQUATION
VISCOSITY AND TURBULENCE
NEWTON’S LAW OF GRAVITATION
Chapter 13 Gravitation
WEIGHT
GRAVITATIONAL POTENTIAL ENERGY
THE MOTION OF SATELLITES
KEPLER’S LAWS AND THE MOTION OF PLANETS
SPHERICAL MASS DISTRIBUTIONS
APPARENT WEIGHT AND THE EARTH’S ROTATION
BLACK HOLES
Chapter 14 Periodic Motion
DESCRIBING OSCILLATION
SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
ENERGY IN SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
APPLICATIONS OF SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION
THE SIMPLE PENDULUM
THE PHYSICAL PENDULUM
DAMPED OSCILLATIONS
FORCED OSCILLATIONS AND RESONANCE
TYPES OF MECHANICAL WAVES
Chapter 15 Mechanical Waves
PERIODIC WAVES
MATHEMATICAL DESCRIPTION OF A WAVE
SPEED OF A TRANSVERSE WAVE
ENERGY IN WAVE MOTION
WAVE INTERFERENCE, BOUNDARY CONDITIONS, AND SUPERPOSITION
STANDING WAVES ON A STRING
NORMAL MODES OF A STRING
Chapter 16 Sound and Hearing
SOUND WAVES
SPEED OF SOUND WAVES
SOUND INTENSITY
STANDING SOUND WAVES AND NORMAL MODES
RESONANCE AND SOUND
INTERFERENCE OF WAVES
BEATS
THE DOPPLER EFFECT
SHOCK WAVES
Chapter 17 Temperature and Heat
TEMPERATURE AND THERMAL EQUILIBRIUM
THERMOMETERS AND TEMPERATURE SCALES
GAS THERMOMETERS AND THE KELVIN SCALE
THERMAL EXPANSION
QUANTITY OF HEAT
CALORIMETRY AND PHASE CHANGES
MECHANISMS OF HEAT TRANSFER
Chapter 18 Thermal Properties of Matter
EQUATIONS OF STATE
MOLECULAR PROPERTIES OF MATTER
KINETIC-MOLECULAR MODEL OF AN IDEAL GAS
HEAT CAPACITIES
MOLECULAR SPEEDS
PHASES OF MATTER
THERMODYNAMIC SYSTEMS
Chapter 19 The First Law of Thermodynamics
WORK DONE DURING VOLUME CHANGES
PATHS BETWEEN THERMODYNAMIC STATES
INTERNAL ENERGY AND THE FIRST LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
KINDS OF THERMODYNAMIC PROCESSES
INTERNAL ENERGY OF AN IDEAL GAS
HEAT CAPACITIES OF AN IDEAL GAS
ADIABATIC PROCESSES FOR AN IDEAL GAS
Chapter 20 The Second Law of Thermodynamics
DIRECTIONS OF THERMODYNAMIC PROCESSES
HEAT ENGINES
INTERNAL-COMBUSTION ENGINES
REFRIGERATORS
THE SECOND LAW OF THERMODYNAMICS
THE CARNOT CYCLE
ENTROPY
MICROSCOPIC INTERPRETATION OF ENTROPY
Chapter 21 Electric Charge and Electric Field
ELECTRIC CHARGE
CONDUCTORS, INSULATORS, A ND INDUCED CHARGES
COULOMB’S LAW
ELECTRIC FIELD AND ELECTRIC FORCES
ELECTRIC-FIELD CALCULATIONS
ELECTRIC FIELD LINES
ELECTRIC DIPOLES
Chapter 22 Gauss’s Law
CHARGE AND ELECTRIC FLUX
CALCULATING ELECTRIC FLUX
GAUSS’S LAW
APPLICATIONS OF GAUSS’S LAW
CHARGES ON CONDUCTORS
Chapter 23 Electric Potential
ELECTRIC POTENTIAL ENERGY
ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
CALCULATING ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
EQUIPOTENTIAL SURFACES
POTENTIAL GRADIENT
Chapter 24 Capacitance
CAPACITORS AND CAPACITANCE
CAPACITORS IN SERIES AND PARALLEL
ENERGY STORAGE IN CAPACITORS AND ELECTRIC-FIELD ENERGY
DIELECTRICS
MOLECULAR MODEL OF INDUCED CHARGE
GAUSS’S LAW IN DIELECTRICS
Chapter 25 Current, Resistance, and Electromotive Force
CURRENT
RESISTIVITY
RESISTANCE
ELECTROMOTIVE FORCE AND CIRCUITS
ENERGY AND POWER IN ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
THEORY OF METALLIC CONDUCTION
RESISTORS IN SERIES AND PARALLEL
Chapter 26 Direct-Current Circuits
KIRCHHOFF’S RULES
ELECTRICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS
POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
Chapter 27 Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces
MAGNETISM
MAGNETIC FIELD
MAGNETIC FIELD LINES AND MAGNETIC FLUX
MOTION OF CHARGED PARTICLES IN A MAGNETIC FIELD
APPLICATIONS OF MOTION OF CHARGED PARTICLES
MAGNETIC FORCE ON A CURRENT-CARRYING CONDUCTOR
FORCE AND TORQUE ON A CURRENT LOOP
THE DIRECT-CURRENT MOTOR
THE HALL EFFECT
Chapter 28 Sources of Magnetic Field
MAGNETIC FIELD OF A MOVING CHARGE
MAGNETIC FIELD OF A CURRENT ELEMENT
MAGNETIC FIELD OF A STRAIGHT CURRENT-CARRYING CONDUCTOR
FORCE BETWEEN PARALLEL CONDUCTORS
MAGNETIC FIELD OF A CIRCULAR CURRENT LOOP
AMPERE’S LAW
APPLICATIONS OF AMPERE’S LAW
MAGNETIC MATERIALS
Chapter 29 Electromagnetic Induction
INDUCTION EXPERIMENTS
FARADAY’S LAW
LENZ’S LAW
MOTIONAL EMF
INDUCED ELECTRIC FIELDS
EDDY CURRENTS
DISPLACEMENT CURRENT AND MAXWELL’S EQUATIONS
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
Chapter 30 Inductance
MUTUAL INDUCTANCE
SELF-INDUCTANCE AND INDUCTORS
MAGNETIC-FIELD ENERGY
THE
THE
THE
Chapter 31 Alternating Current
PHASORS AND ALTERNATING CURRENTS
RESISTANCE AND REACTANCE
THE
POWER IN ALTERNATING-CURRENT CIRCUITS
RESONANCE IN ALTERNATING-CURRENT CIRCUITS
TRANSFORMERS
Chapter 32 Electromagnetic Waves
MAXWELL’S EQUATIONS AND ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
PLANE ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES AND THE SPEED OF LIGHT
SINUSOIDAL ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
ENERGY AND MOMENTUM IN ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
STANDING ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
Chapter 33 The Nature and Propagation of Light
THE NATURE OF LIGHT
REFLECTION AND REFRACTION
TOTAL INTERNAL REFLECTION
DISPERSION
POLARIZATION
SCATTERING OF LIGHT
HUYGENS’S PRINCIPLE
Chapter 34 Geometric Optics
REFLECTION AND REFRACTION AT A PLANE SURFACE
REFLECTION AT A SPHERICAL SURFACE
REFRACTION AT A SPHERICAL SURFACE
THIN LENSES
CAMERAS
THE EYE
THE MAGNIFIER
MICROSCOPES AND TELESCOPES
Chapter 35 Interference
INTERFERENCE AND COHERENT SOURCES
TWO-SOURCE INTERFERENCE OF LIGHT
INTENSITY IN INTERFERENCE PATTERNS
INTERFERENCE IN THIN FILMS
THE MICHELSON INTERFEROMETER
Chapter 36 Diffraction
FRESNEL AND FRAUNHOFER DIFFRACTION
DIFFRACTION FROM A SINGLE SLIT
INTENSITY IN THE SINGLE-SLIT PATTERN
MULTIPLE SLITS
THE DIFFRACTION GRATING
X-RAY DIFFRACTION
CIRCULAR APERTURES AND RESOLVING POWER
HOLOGRAPHY
Chapter 37 Relativity
INVARIANCE OF PHYSICAL LAWS
RELATIVITY OF SIMULTANEITY
RELATIVITY OF TIME INTERVALS
RELATIVITY OF LENGTH
THE LORENTZ TRANSFORMATIONS
THE DOPPLER EFFECT FOR ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES
RELATIVISTIC MOMENTUM
RELATIVISTIC WORK AND ENERGY
NEWTONIAN MECHANICS AND RELATIVITY
Chapter 38 Photons: Light Waves Behaving as Particles
LIGHT ABSORBED AS PHOTONS: THE PHOTOELECTRIC EFFECT
LIGHT EMITTED AS PHOTONS: X-RAY PRODUCTION
LIGHT SCATTERED AS PHOTONS: COMPTON SCATTERING AND PAIR PRODUCTION
WAVE–PARTICLE DUALITY, PROBABILITY, AND UNCERTAINTY
Chapter 39 Particles Behaving as Waves
ELECTRON WAVES
THE NUCLEAR ATOM AND ATOMIC SPECTRA
ENERGY LEVELS AND THE BOHR MODEL OF THE ATOM
THE LASER
CONTINUOUS SPECTRA
THE UNCERTAINTY PRINCIPLE REVISITED
Chapter 40 Quantum Mechanics I: Wave Functions
WAVE FUNCTIONS AND THE ONE-DIMENSIONAL SCHR諨INGER EQUATION
PARTICLE IN A BOX
POTENTIAL WELLS
POTENTIAL BARRIERS AND TUNNELING
THE HARMONIC OSCILLATOR
MEASUREMENT IN QUANTUM MECHANICS
Chapter 41 Quantum Mechanics II: Atomic Structure
THE SCHR諨INGER EQUATION IN THREE DIMENSIONS
PARTICLE IN A THREE-DIMENSIONAL BOX
THE HYDROGEN ATOM
THE ZEEMAN EFFECT
ELECTRON SPIN
MANY-ELECTRON ATOMS AND THE EXCLUSION PRINCIPLE
X-RAY SPECTRA
QUANTUM ENTANGLEMENT
Chapter 42 Molecules and Condensed Matter
TYPES OF MOLECULAR BONDS
MOLECULAR SPECTRA
STRUCTURE OF SOLIDS
ENERGY BANDS
FREE-ELECTRON MODEL OF METALS
SEMICONDUCTORS
SEMICONDUCTOR DEVICES
SUPERCONDUCTIVITY
Chapter 43 Nuclear Physics
PROPERTIES OF NUCLEI
NUCLEAR BINDING AND NUCLEAR STRUCTURE
NUCLEAR STABILITY AND RADIOACTIVITY
ACTIVITIES AND HALF-LIVES
BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF RADIATION
NUCLEAR REACTIONS
NUCLEAR FISSION
NUCLEAR FUSION
Chapter 44 Particle Physics and Cosmology
FUNDAMENTAL PARTICLES—A HISTORY
PARTICLE ACCELERATORS AND DETECTORS
PARTICLES AND INTERACTIONS
QUARKS AND GLUONS
THE STANDARD MODEL AND BEYOND
THE EXPANDING UNIVERSE
THE BEGINNING OF TIME

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Publisher‏:‎Pearson; 15th edition (July 6, 2019)
Language‏:‎English
Hardcover‏:‎1600 pages
ISBN-10‏:‎0135159555
ISBN-13‏:‎978-0135159552
Item Weight‏:‎3.53 ounces
Dimensions‏:‎9.45 x 2.2 x 11.2 inches
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