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  • Chapter 1: Position and Velocity
    • 1.1: Introducing Motion
    • 1.2: Position
    • 1.3: Velocity
    • 1.4: Accuracy, Precision, Scientific Notation, and Units
    • 1.5: Vectors
    • 1.6: Looking Ahead
    • 1: Problems (37)

  • Chapter 2: One-Dimensional Kinematics
    • 2.1: Representing Motion
    • 2.2: Constant Velocity Motion
    • 2.3: Instantaneous Velocity
    • 2.4: Acceleration
    • 2.5: Constant Acceleration Motion
    • 2.6: Analysis of One-Dimensional Motion Problems
    • 2.7: Falling Objects
    • 2: Problems (37)

  • Chapter 3: Two-Dimensional Kinematics
    • 3.1: Vector Operations
    • 3.2: Graphical Representations of Vectors
    • 3.3: Vector Components
    • 3.4: Motion on Inclined Planes
    • 3.5: Relative Velocity
    • 3.6: Projectile Motion
    • 3.7: Solving Projectile Motion Problems
    • 3.8: Circular Motion
    • 3: Problems (60)

  • Chapter 4: Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws of Motion
    • 4.1: The Cause of Motion
    • 4.2: Force
    • 4.3: Types of Forces
    • 4.4: Identifying Types of Forces
    • 4.5: Effects of Forces
    • 4.6: Newton's Second Law of Motion
    • 4.7: Drawing Free-Body Diagrams
    • 4.8: Newton's Third Law of Motion
    • 4: Problems (27)

  • Chapter 5: Applications of Newton's Laws
    • 5.1: Equilibrium: Zero Net Force
    • 5.2: Applying Newton's Second Law: Non-equilibrium Situations
    • 5.3: Weight
    • 5.4: Normal Force
    • 5.5: Friction
    • 5.6: Drag Forces
    • 5.7: Newton's Second and Third Laws Applied to Interacting Pairs of Objects
    • 5.8: Strings, Pulleys, and Tension
    • 5: Problems (71)

  • Chapter 6: Uniform Circular Motion and Gravitation
    • 6.1: Uniform Circular Motion
    • 6.2: Velocity and Acceleration in Uniform Circular Motion
    • 6.3: Applying Newton's Second Law in Uniform Circular Motion
    • 6.4: Fictitious Forces in Uniform Circular Motion
    • 6.5: Circular Orbits
    • 6.6: Newton's Universal Law of Gravitation
    • 6.7: Gravitation, Satellites, and Orbits
    • 6: Problems (64)

  • Chapter 7: Rotational Motion of Rigid Bodies
    • 7.1: Rotational Motion of Rigid Bodies
    • 7.2: Torque
    • 7.3: Center of Gravity
    • 7.4: Moment of Inertia
    • 7.5: Newton's Second Law Applied to Rotation
    • 7.6: Rolling Motion
    • 7: Problems (40)

  • Chapter 8: Equilibrium and Elastic Properties of Objects
    • 8.1: Torque and Conditions for Equilibrium
    • 8.2: Stability
    • 8.3: Hooke's Law and Spring Forces
    • 8.4: Elastic Properties of Materials
    • 8: Problems (57)

  • Chapter 9: Linear and Angular Momentum
    • 9.1: Impulse
    • 9.2: The Impulse-Momentum Theorem
    • 9.3: Applications of Impulse and Momentum
    • 9.4: Conservation of Momentum
    • 9.5: Collisions: Inelastic
    • 9.6: Two-Dimensional Collisions
    • 9.7: Angular Momentum and its Conservation
    • 9: Problems (48)

  • Chapter 10: Work and Energy
    • 10.1: Overview of Energy
    • 10.2: Work
    • 10.3: Kinetic Energy
    • 10.4: Potential Energy
    • 10.5: Thermal Energy
    • 10.6: Conservation of Energy
    • 10.7: Applying Energy to Collisions
    • 10.8: Power
    • 10: Problems (118)

  • Chapter 11: Energy Applications
    • 11.1: Energy Transformations
    • 11.2: Energy in Humans: Inputs
    • 11.3: Energy in Humans: Outputs
    • 11.4: Temperature and Thermal Energy
    • 11.5: The First Law of Thermodynamics
    • 11.6: Applications of Thermodynamics: Heat Engines
    • 11.7: Applications of Thermodynamics: Heat Pumps
    • 11.8: The Second Law of Thermodynamics
    • 11.9: Energy and Entropy in Systems
    • 11: Problems (53)

  • Chapter 12: Matter and its Thermal Properties
    • 12.1: Matter: an Atomic Model
    • 12.2: Ideal Gases: an Atomic Model
    • 12.3: Processes with Ideal Gases
    • 12.4: Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids
    • 12.5: Heat Capacity, Specific Heat, and Latent Heat
    • 12.6: Calorimetry: Applying Conservation of Energy
    • 12.7: Gases: Thermal Properties
    • 12.8: Heat Transfer Methods
    • 12: Problems (98)

  • Chapter 13: Fluid Statics and Dynamics
    • 13.1: Density
    • 13.2: Pressure in Fluids
    • 13.3: Pressure: Measurement and Usage
    • 13.4: Buoyancy
    • 13.5: Motion of Fluids
    • 13.6: Dynamics of Fluids
    • 13.7: Viscosity
    • 13: Problems (84)

  • Chapter 14: Oscillatory Motion
    • 14.1: Equilibrium
    • 14.2: Simple Harmonic Motion
    • 14.3: Description of Simple Harmonic Motion
    • 14.4: Energy and the Simple Harmonic Oscillator
    • 14.5: The Simple Pendulum
    • 14.6: Damped Harmonic Motion
    • 14.7: Forced Oscillations and Resonance
    • 14: Problems (40)

  • Chapter 15: Waves and Sound
    • 15.1: Waves
    • 15.2: Wave Motion
    • 15.3: Description of Waves: Graphical and Mathematical Representations
    • 15.4: Sound Waves and Light Waves
    • 15.5: Energy in Waves: Intensity
    • 15.6: Sound Intensity and Sound Level
    • 15.7: Doppler Effect and Sonic Booms
    • 15: Problems (46)

  • Chapter 16: Superposition and Interference of Waves
    • 16.1: The Superposition Principle
    • 16.2: Standing Waves
    • 16.3: Standing Waves on Strings
    • 16.4: Standing Waves in Air Columns
    • 16.5: Physics of Speech and Hearing
    • 16.6: Interference of Waves
    • 16.7: Interference and Beats
    • 16: Problems (26)

  • Chapter 17: Physical Optics
    • 17.1: Light
    • 17.2: Interference of Light Waves
    • 17.3: Diffraction Gratings
    • 17.4: Thin Film Interference
    • 17.5: Single Slit Diffraction
    • 17.6: Circular Apertures
    • 17: Problems (61)

  • Chapter 18: Geometric Optics
    • 18.1: Light Modeled as Rays
    • 18.2: Reflection
    • 18.3: Refraction
    • 18.4: Image Formation by Lenses
    • 18.5: Ray Tracing
    • 18.6: Image Formation by Mirrors
    • 18.7: Thin Lenses
    • 18: Problems (60)

  • Chapter 19: Vision and Optical Instruments
    • 19.1: Cameras
    • 19.2: Physics of the Eye
    • 19.3: Magnification
    • 19.4: Microscopes
    • 19.5: Telescopes
    • 19.6: Dispersion
    • 19.7: Resolution
    • 19: Problems (54)

  • Chapter 20: Electric Charge, Force, and Field
    • 20.1: Electric Charge and Electric Force
    • 20.2: Electric Charge in Atoms and Molecules
    • 20.3: Coulomb's Law and the Electric Force
    • 20.4: Electric Field: Concept
    • 20.5: Electric Field: Applications
    • 20.6: Electric Conductors
    • 20.7: Electric Force and Torque
    • 20: Problems (60)

  • Chapter 21: Electric Potential
    • 21.1: Electric Potential Energy and Electric Potential Difference
    • 21.2: Electric Potential
    • 21.3: Conservation of Energy and Electric Potential
    • 21.4: Finding Electric Potential
    • 21.5: Electric Field and Electric Potential
    • 21.6: Application: Electrocardiograms
    • 21.7: Capacitance
    • 21.8: Dielectrics
    • 21.9: Energy Stored in Capacitors
    • 21: Problems (56)

  • Chapter 22: Electric Current and Resistance
    • 22.1: Electric Current
    • 22.2: Defining Electric Current
    • 22.3: Batteries
    • 22.4: Applying Potential and Current
    • 22.5: Ohm's Law
    • 22.6: Electric Power
    • 22: Problems (53)

  • Chapter 23: Electric Circuits
    • 23.1: Circuit Diagrams
    • 23.2: Kirchhoff's Laws for Electric Circuits
    • 23.3: Series and Parallel Electric Circuits
    • 23.4: Voltmeters and Ammeters
    • 23.5: Circuits: More Applications
    • 23.6: Capacitors in Series and Parallel
    • 23.7: More on Electric Circuits
    • 23.8: The Nervous System: Application of Circuits
    • 23: Problems (62)

  • Chapter 24: Magnetism
    • 24.1: Magnetism: Introduction
    • 24.2: Magnetic Fields
    • 24.3: Magnetic Fields Created by Electric Currents
    • 24.4: Finding Magnetic Fields due to Currents
    • 24.5: Magnetic Forces on Moving Charges
    • 24.6: Magnetic Forces on Electric Currents
    • 24.7: Magnetic Torques on Dipoles
    • 24.8: Magnetic Materials
    • 24: Problems (65)

  • Chapter 25: Electromagnetic Induction and Waves
    • 25.1: Induced Electric Current
    • 25.2: Motional Emf
    • 25.3: Magnetic Flux
    • 25.4: Faraday's Law of Induction
    • 25.5: Induction and Waves
    • 25.6: Electromagnetic Waves
    • 25.7: Photon Model of Light
    • 25.8: Electromagnetic Spectrum
    • 25: Problems (78)

  • Chapter 26: AC Circuits
    • 26.1: Alternating Current
    • 26.2: Transformers
    • 26.3: Electricity in Households
    • 26.4: Effects of Electricity on Biology
    • 26.5: RC Circuits
    • 26.6: Inductors
    • 26.7: Circuits with Oscillating Current
    • 26: Problems (34)

  • Chapter 27: Special Relativity
    • 27.1: Overview of Relativity
    • 27.2: Galilean Relativity (Before Einstein)
    • 27.3: The Principle of Relativity
    • 27.4: Measurement and Events in Relativity
    • 27.5: Simultaneity
    • 27.6: Relativistic Time Dilation
    • 27.7: Relativistic Length Contraction
    • 27.8: Dealing with Relativistic Velocities
    • 27.9: Momentum in Special Relativity
    • 27.10: Energy in Special Relativity
    • 27: Problems (26)

  • Chapter 28: Introduction to Quantum Physics
    • 28.1: X-Ray Diffraction
    • 28.2: The Photoelectric Effect
    • 28.3: The Photon
    • 28.4: The Wave Nature of Matter
    • 28.5: Quantization of Energy
    • 28.6: Discrete Energy Levels
    • 28.7: The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
    • 28.8: Applications of Quantum Physics
    • 28: Problems (27)

  • Chapter 29: Atomic and Molecular Physics
    • 29.1: Atomic Spectra and Spectroscopy
    • 29.2: The Atom
    • 29.3: Atomic Quantization
    • 29.4: The Bohr Model of the Atom
    • 29.5: Quantum Mechanics and the Hydrogen Atom
    • 29.6: Atoms with more than One Electron
    • 29.7: Excited Atomic States
    • 29.8: Molecules
    • 29.9: Lasers and Stimulated Emission
    • 29: Problems (29)

  • Chapter 30: Radioactivity and Nuclear Physics
    • 30.1: The Structure of the Nucleus
    • 30.2: The Stability of the Nucleus
    • 30.3: Nuclear Forces and Energy
    • 30.4: Nuclear Radiation and Radioactivity
    • 30.5: Half-Life and Nuclear Decay
    • 30.6: Nuclear Physics and its Medical Applications
    • 30.7: Subatomic Particles
    • 30: Problems (29)

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Chapter 1: Position and Velocity
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Chapter 2: One-Dimensional Kinematics
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Chapter 3: Two-Dimensional Kinematics
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Chapter 4: Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws of Motion
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Chapter 5: Applications of Newton's Laws
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Chapter 6: Uniform Circular Motion and Gravitation
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Chapter 7: Rotational Motion of Rigid Bodies
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Chapter 8: Equilibrium and Elastic Properties of Objects
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Chapter 9: Linear and Angular Momentum
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Chapter 10: Work and Energy
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Chapter 11: Energy Applications
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Chapter 12: Matter and its Thermal Properties
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Chapter 13: Fluid Statics and Dynamics
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Chapter 14: Oscillatory Motion
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Chapter 15: Waves and Sound
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Chapter 16: Superposition and Interference of Waves
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Chapter 17: Physical Optics
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Chapter 18: Geometric Optics
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Chapter 19: Vision and Optical Instruments
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Chapter 20: Electric Charge, Force, and Field
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Chapter 21: Electric Potential
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Chapter 22: Electric Current and Resistance
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Chapter 23: Electric Circuits
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Chapter 24: Magnetism
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Chapter 25: Electromagnetic Induction and Waves
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Chapter 26: AC Circuits
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Chapter 27: Special Relativity
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Chapter 28: Introduction to Quantum Physics
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Chapter 29: Atomic and Molecular Physics
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Chapter 30: Radioactivity and Nuclear Physics
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