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  • Chapter 1: Motion
    • 1.1: Visualizing Motion
    • 1.2: Modeling Objects as Particles
    • 1.3: Position, Displacement, and Time Intervals
    • 1.4: Speed and Average Velocity
    • 1.5: Average Acceleration
    • 1.6: One Dimensional Motion
    • 1.7: Problem Solving
    • 1.8: Units; Significant Digits
    • 1: Problems (51)

  • Chapter 2: One Dimensional Kinematics
    • 2.1: Constant Velocity Motion
    • 2.2: Instantaneous Velocity
    • 2.3: Applying Calculus Graphically and Analytically to Find Position
    • 2.4: Constant Acceleration Motion
    • 2.5: Free Fall Motion
    • 2.6: Kinematics of Particles on Frictionless Inclined Planes
    • 2.7: Instantaneous Acceleration
    • 2: Problems (47)

  • Chapter 3: Vectors
    • 3.1: Introduction to Vectors
    • 3.2: Vector Properties
    • 3.3: Vector Components
    • 3.4: Unit Vectors and Vector Operations
    • 3: Problems (55)

  • Chapter 4: Two Dimensional Kinematics
    • 4.1: Analyzing Motion in Two Dimensions
    • 4.2: Projectile Motion
    • 4.3: Relative Velocities and Reference Frames
    • 4.4: Uniform Circular Motion: Angular Position and Velocity
    • 4.5: Uniform Circular Motion: Velocity and Centripetal Acceleration
    • 4.6: Angular Acceleration
    • 4: Problems (94)

  • Chapter 5: Force and Newton's Laws
    • 5.1: Force
    • 5.2: Types of Forces
    • 5.3: Systematically Identifying Forces on an Object
    • 5.4: Relating Force and Acceleration Experimentally
    • 5.5: Newton's Second Law
    • 5.6: Newton's First Law
    • 5.7: Representing Forces and Free Body Diagrams
    • 5: Problems (40)

  • Chapter 6: Newton's Laws Applied to One Dimensional Motion
    • 6.1: Equilibrium
    • 6.2: Solving Problems Using Newton's Second Law
    • 6.3: Mass, Gravitational Force, and Weight Measurement
    • 6.4: Friction
    • 6.5: Drag and Resistive Forces
    • 6.6: Applications of Newton's Second Law
    • 6: Problems (32)

  • Chapter 7: Interactions and Newton's Third Law
    • 7.1: Pairs of Interacting Objects
    • 7.2: Analysis Techniques for Interacting Objects
    • 7.3: Newton's Third Law
    • 7.4: Tension, Ropes, and Pulleys
    • 7.5: Solving Problems with Interacting Objects
    • 7: Problems (32)

  • Chapter 8: Newton's Laws Applied to Two Dimensional Motion
    • 8.1: Force and Acceleration in Two Dimensions
    • 8.2: Uniform Circular Motion and Newton's Laws
    • 8.3: Objects in Circular Orbit
    • 8.4: Forces in Noninertial Reference Frames
    • 8.5: Nonuniform Circular Motion: Radial and Tangential Components
    • 8: Problems (23)

  • Chapter 9: Work and Energy
    • 9.1: Introduction to Work and Energy Transfers
    • 9.2: Work and its Relation to Kinetic Energy
    • 9.3: Work by Constant and Non-Constant Forces
    • 9.4: Hooke's Law and Work due to Springs
    • 9.5: Thermal Energy and Energy Dissipation
    • 9.6: Power
    • 9: Problems (51)

  • Chapter 10: Potential Energy of Systems
    • 10.1: Systems and Potential Energy
    • 10.2: Gravitational Potential Energy
    • 10.3: Elastic (Spring) Potential Energy
    • 10.4: Energy Conservation
    • 10.5: Potential Energy Diagrams
    • 10.6: Potential Energy and Its Relation to Force
    • 10.7: Conservative and Nonconservative Forces
    • 10.8: Putting It All Together
    • 10: Problems (77)

  • Chapter 11: Momentum
    • 11.1: Momentum and its Relation to Impulse
    • 11.2: Momentum Conservation
    • 11.3: Inelastic and Elastic Collisions
    • 11.4: Explosions
    • 11.5: Applying Momentum Conservation to Two Dimensional Motion
    • 11: Problems (63)

  • Chapter 12: Rigid Body Rotation
    • 12.1: Rigid Bodies; Review of Rotational Kinematics
    • 12.2: Center of Mass
    • 12.3: Energy in Rotational Motion
    • 12.4: Moment of Inertia Calculations
    • 12.5: Torque
    • 12.6: Relating Torque and Angular Acceleration
    • 12.7: Problem Solving: Rigid Bodies Rotating about a Fixed Axis
    • 12.8: Solving Static Equilibrium Problems
    • 12.9: Rolling Motion: Translation and Rotation
    • 12.10: Describing Rotation with Vectors; Cross Products
    • 12.11: Angular Momentum
    • 12.12: Gyroscopes
    • 12: Problems (130)

  • Chapter 13: Gravitation
    • 13.1: History of Gravitation; Kepler's Laws
    • 13.2: Newton's Idea of Gravity; Free Fall Rates at Different Heights
    • 13.3: Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation
    • 13.4: Distance Dependence of the Acceleration Due to Gravity
    • 13.5: Gravitational Potential Energy
    • 13.6: Orbital Motion and Energy
    • 13: Problems (42)

  • Chapter 14: Fluids and Solids
    • 14.1: Properties of Fluids
    • 14.2: Pressure
    • 14.3: Measuring Pressure
    • 14.4: Buoyancy
    • 14.5: Continuity and the Bernoulli Equation
    • 14.6: Elastic Properties of Solids
    • 14: Problems (85)

  • Chapter 15: Periodic Motion
    • 15.1: Simple Harmonic Motion
    • 15.2: Relating Simple Harmonic Motion to Circular Motion
    • 15.3: Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
    • 15.4: Force and Acceleration in Simple Harmonic Motion
    • 15.5: Object on a Spring Oscillating Vertically
    • 15.6: Motion of a Pendulum
    • 15.7: Damped Oscillations
    • 15.8: Resonance and Forced Oscillation
    • 15: Problems (45)

  • Chapter 16: Waves
    • 16.1: Wave Properties
    • 16.2: Transverse and Longitudinal Waves in One Dimension
    • 16.3: Sinusoidal Waves
    • 16.4: Wave Equation for Transverse Waves on Strings
    • 16.5: Similarities Between Sound and Light Waves
    • 16.6: Wave Equation for Pressure Waves in Fluids
    • 16.7: Circular, Spherical, and Plane Waves
    • 16.8: Wave Intensity
    • 16.9: The Doppler Effect
    • 16: Problems (84)

  • Chapter 17: Waves and Superposition
    • 17.1: Superposition of Waves
    • 17.2: Standing Waves
    • 17.3: Standing Waves on Strings
    • 17.4: Longitudinal Standing Waves
    • 17.5: Interference of Waves Propagating in One Dimension
    • 17.6: More on Constructive and Destructive Interference
    • 17.7: Interference of Waves Propagating in Two and Three Dimensions
    • 17.8: Beats
    • 17: Problems (56)

  • Chapter 18: Temperature and Macroscopic Properties of Matter
    • 18.1: Phases of Matter
    • 18.2: Moles
    • 18.3: Temperature
    • 18.4: Thermal Expansion of Solids
    • 18.5: Changes in Phase
    • 18.6: The Ideal Gas Model
    • 18.7: Thermodynamic Processes and Ideal Gases
    • 18: Problems (28)

  • Chapter 19: Work and Heat Transfers in Thermodynamic Systems
    • 19.1: Types of Energy Transfer
    • 19.2: Calculating Work Done on an Ideal Gas
    • 19.3: Heat
    • 19.4: The First Law of Thermodynamics
    • 19.5: Heat Capacity and Latent Heat
    • 19.6: Solving Calorimetry Problems
    • 19.7: Heat Capacities of Ideal Gases
    • 19.8: Rate and Mechanisms of Heat Transfer
    • 19: Problems (73)

  • Chapter 20: Microscopic Thermal Properties of Matter
    • 20.1: Molecular Speed Distribution
    • 20.2: Pressure and Molecular Collisions
    • 20.3: Temperature and Microscopic Kinetic Energy
    • 20.4: Thermal Energy and Equipartition
    • 20.5: Heat, Thermal Equilibrium, and Microscopic Interactions
    • 20.6: The Second Law of Thermodynamics
    • 20: Problems (36)

  • Chapter 21: Thermodynamic Cycles
    • 21.1: Transforming Heat From Reservoirs into Work by a System
    • 21.2: Heat Engines and Refrigerators: Measuring Efficiency and Performance
    • 21.3: Heat Engines with Ideal Gases
    • 21.4: Refrigerators with Ideal Gases
    • 21.5: The Second Law and Limits on Efficiency
    • 21.6: Carnot Engines
    • 21: Problems (20)

  • Chapter 22: Electric Charge and Electric Force
    • 22.1: Experiments for Understanding Charge
    • 22.2: Electric Charge and Atoms
    • 22.3: Conductors, Insulators, and Their Electric Properties
    • 22.4: Coulomb's Law
    • 22.5: Electric Field: Relation to Force and Field of a Point Charge
    • 22: Problems (32)

  • Chapter 23: Electric Field
    • 23.1: Modeling Charge Distributions and Fields; Superposition
    • 23.2: Calculating Electric Fields due to a Collection of Point Charges; Dipoles
    • 23.3: Calculating Electric Fields due to Distributions of Charge
    • 23.4: Calculating Fields due to Rings, Planes, and Spheres of Charge
    • 23.5: Electric Field due to a Parallel-Plate Capacitor
    • 23.6: Charged Particles in Uniform Electric Fields
    • 23.7: Torque and Forces on Dipoles in Electric Fields
    • 23: Problems (49)

  • Chapter 24: Gauss's Law and Electric Flux
    • 24.1: Symmetry of Charge Distributions and Fields
    • 24.2: Flux
    • 24.3: Electric Flux
    • 24.4: Gauss's Law
    • 24.5: Applying Gauss's Law to Distributions of Charge
    • 24.6: Applying Gauss's Law to Conductors in Electrostatic Equilibrium
    • 24: Problems (33)

  • Chapter 25: Electric Potential
    • 25.1: Work and Electric Potential Energy
    • 25.2: Electric Potential Energy due to a Point Charge
    • 25.3: Electric Potential Energy due to a Dipole
    • 25.4: Electric Potential
    • 25.5: Electric Potential within Parallel-Plate Capacitors
    • 25.6: Electric Potential due to a Point Charge
    • 25.7: Electric Potential Due to a Distribution of Charge
    • 25: Problems (34)

  • Chapter 26: Electric Potential and Electric Field
    • 26.1: Calculating Potential Difference from Electric Field
    • 26.2: Calculating Electric Field from Electric Potential
    • 26.3: Potential and Conductors in Equilibrium
    • 26.4: Van de Graaf Generators; Batteries; EMF
    • 26.5: Capacitance
    • 26.6: Energy in Capacitors
    • 26.7: Dielectrics in Capacitors
    • 26: Problems (49)

  • Chapter 27: Electric Current and Resistance
    • 27.1: Microscopic Model of Current
    • 27.2: Surface Charges and Electric Fields in Conductors
    • 27.3: Electric Current
    • 27.4: Conductivity and Resistivity of Materials
    • 27.5: Ohm's Law
    • 27: Problems (32)

  • Chapter 28: DC Circuits
    • 28.1: Circuit Diagrams
    • 28.2: Kirchoff's Laws: Node (Current) Rule and Loop (Voltage) Rule
    • 28.3: Energy and Power in Circuits
    • 28.4: Resistors in Series
    • 28.5: Batteries and Internal Resistance
    • 28.6: Resistors in Parallel
    • 28.7: Resistors in Circuits
    • 28.8: Ground and Absolute Potential Values
    • 28.9: The RC Circuit
    • 28: Problems (71)

  • Chapter 29: Magnetic Fields and Magnetic Forces
    • 29.1: Experiments with Magnetism
    • 29.2: The Magnetic Field
    • 29.3: Magnetic Fields Due to Moving Charges
    • 29.4: Magnetic Fields Due to Current-Carrying Wires
    • 29.5: Magnetic Dipoles; Current Loops; Dipole Moment
    • 29.6: Ampère's Law
    • 29.7: Magnetic Forces on Moving Charges
    • 29.8: Magnetic Forces on Currents
    • 29.9: Magnetic Torque on Current Loops
    • 29.10: Magnetic Materials
    • 29: Problems (95)

  • Chapter 30: Electromagnetic Induction and Faraday's Law
    • 30.1: Induced Current due to Changing Magnetic Fields
    • 30.2: EMF due to Moving Conductors in Magnetic Fields
    • 30.3: Magnetic Flux
    • 30.4: Lenz's Rule
    • 30.5: Faraday's Law
    • 30.6: Induced Electric Field
    • 30.7: Applications of Faraday's Law
    • 30.8: Inductors and Inductance
    • 30.9: LC Circuits and Current Oscillation
    • 30.10: RL Circuits
    • 30: Problems (68)

  • Chapter 31: Electromagnetic Radiation
    • 31.1: Electric and Magnetic Fields in Different Reference Frames
    • 31.2: Summary of Electromagnetic Field Laws
    • 31.3: Correcting Ampère's Law
    • 31.4: Maxwell's Equations
    • 31.5: Applying Maxwell's Equations to Electromagnetic Radiation
    • 31.6: Energy and Momentum in Electromagnetic Waves
    • 31.7: Polarization of Electromagnetic Waves
    • 31: Problems (53)

  • Chapter 32: AC Circuits
    • 32.1: Sources of Alternating Current
    • 32.2: AC Circuits and Capacitors
    • 32.3: RC Circuits with AC Voltage Sources
    • 32.4: AC Circuits and Inductors
    • 32.5: RLC Circuits; Impedance; Resonance
    • 32.6: Power and RMS Current and Voltage
    • 32: Problems (47)

  • Chapter 33: Light Waves
    • 33.1: Models of Light
    • 33.2: Double-Slit Interference
    • 33.3: Diffraction Gratings
    • 33.4: Diffraction of Light through a Single Slit
    • 33.5: Intensity in Diffraction and Interference
    • 33.6: Diffraction of Light through a Circular Aperture
    • 33.7: Conditions for the Modeling Light as a Wave
    • 33.8: Michelson Interferometer; Holography
    • 33: Problems (75)

  • Chapter 34: Geometric Optics
    • 34.1: Modeling Light as Rays
    • 34.2: Reflection and Mirrors
    • 34.3: Refraction and Snell's Law
    • 34.4: Image Formation
    • 34.5: Thin Lenses and Ray Tracing
    • 34.6: Thin Lenses and the Thin Lens Equation
    • 34.7: Spherical Mirrors
    • 34: Problems (59)

  • Chapter 35: Applying Geometric Optics
    • 35.1: Combining Lenses
    • 35.2: Cameras
    • 35.3: Eyes and Vision
    • 35.4: Microscopes and Telescopes
    • 35.5: Dispersion
    • 35.6: Resolution and the Rayleigh Criterion
    • 35: Problems (69)

  • Chapter 36: Relativity
    • 36.1: Introduction to Special Relativity
    • 36.2: Galilean Relativity
    • 36.3: The Principle of Relativity; Einstein's Postulates
    • 36.4: Events and Measurements in Different Frames; Clock Synchronization
    • 36.5: Simultaneity
    • 36.6: Time Dilation
    • 36.7: Length Contraction
    • 36.8: Lorentz Transformations
    • 36.9: Momentum and Relativity
    • 36.10: Energy and Relativity
    • 36: Problems (35)

  • Chapter 37: Introduction to Modern Physics
    • 37.1: Toward a Microscopic Picture of Matter and Light
    • 37.2: Blackbody Radiation
    • 37.3: Experiments with Cathode Ray Tubes and X-Rays
    • 37.4: Charge to Mass Ratio of Electrons
    • 37.5: Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment
    • 37.6: The Rutherford Experiment
    • 37.7: Mass Spectrometry and the Nucleus
    • 37.8: From Classical to Quantum Physics
    • 37: Problems (5)

  • Chapter 38: Quantum Physics
    • 38.1: The Photoelectric Effect
    • 38.2: Explaining the Photoelectric Effect
    • 38.3: The Photon
    • 38.4: The DeBroglie Wavelength; Quantized Energy
    • 38.5: Atoms, Photons, and Quantized Energy
    • 38.6: The Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom
    • 38.7: Emission Spectrum of Hydrogen
    • 38: Problems (42)

  • Chapter 39: The Quantum Wave Function
    • 39.1: Probability and Double-Slit Interference
    • 39.2: Relating the Wave Model and Photon Model of Light
    • 39.3: Wave Functions and Probability
    • 39.4: Normalizing Wave Functions
    • 39.5: Wave Packets
    • 39.6: The Uncertainty Principle
    • 39: Problems (8)

  • Chapter 40: Quantum Mechanics
    • 40.1: The Schrödinger Equation
    • 40.2: Problem Solving: Solving the Schrödinger Equation
    • 40.3: Quantum Energies and Wave Functions of a Particle in a Box
    • 40.4: Interpretation and Implication of Results of the Particle in a Box
    • 40.5: Quantum Physics, Classical Physics, and Large Quantum Number
    • 40.6: The Quantum Particle in a Finite Rectangular Potential Well
    • 40.7: Relating Wave Function Shapes to Potential Wells
    • 40.8: The Quantum Simple Harmonic Oscillator
    • 40.9: Application: Other Quantum Systems
    • 40.10: Quantum Tunneling through a Barrier
    • 40: Problems (33)

  • Chapter 41: Atomic Physics
    • 41.1: Quantized Energy and Angular Momentum of the Hydrogen Atom
    • 41.2: Wave Functions of the Hydrogen Atom
    • 41.3: Spin
    • 41.4: The Pauli Exclusion Principle
    • 41.5: The Exclusion Principle and the Periodic Table
    • 41.6: Atomic Excitation and Spectra
    • 41.7: Decay and Lifetime of Excited States
    • 41.8: Lasers
    • 41: Problems (22)

  • Chapter 42: Nuclear Physics
    • 42.1: Nuclear Structure and Properties
    • 42.2: Radioactive Nuclei and Stability
    • 42.3: The Strong Force and Nuclear Potentials
    • 42.4: The Shell Model of the Nucleus
    • 42.5: Radioactivity and Nuclear Radiation
    • 42.6: Types of Nuclear Decay
    • 42.7: Nuclear Medicine
    • 42: Problems (34)


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Chapter 1: Motion
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Chapter 2: One Dimensional Kinematics
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Chapter 3: Vectors
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Chapter 4: Two Dimensional Kinematics
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Chapter 5: Force and Newton's Laws
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Chapter 6: Newton's Laws Applied to One Dimensional Motion
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Chapter 7: Interactions and Newton's Third Law
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Chapter 8: Newton's Laws Applied to Two Dimensional Motion
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Chapter 9: Work and Energy
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Chapter 10: Potential Energy of Systems
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Chapter 11: Momentum
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Chapter 12: Rigid Body Rotation
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Chapter 13: Gravitation
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Chapter 14: Fluids and Solids
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Chapter 15: Periodic Motion
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Chapter 16: Waves
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Chapter 17: Waves and Superposition
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Chapter 18: Temperature and Macroscopic Properties of Matter
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Chapter 19: Work and Heat Transfers in Thermodynamic Systems
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Chapter 20: Microscopic Thermal Properties of Matter
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Chapter 21: Thermodynamic Cycles
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Chapter 22: Electric Charge and Electric Force
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Chapter 23: Electric Field
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Chapter 24: Gauss's Law and Electric Flux
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Chapter 25: Electric Potential
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Chapter 26: Electric Potential and Electric Field
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Chapter 27: Electric Current and Resistance
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Chapter 28: DC Circuits
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Chapter 29: Magnetic Fields and Magnetic Forces
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Chapter 30: Electromagnetic Induction and Faraday's Law
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Chapter 31: Electromagnetic Radiation
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Chapter 32: AC Circuits
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Chapter 33: Light Waves
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Chapter 34: Geometric Optics
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Chapter 35: Applying Geometric Optics
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Chapter 36: Relativity
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Chapter 37: Introduction to Modern Physics
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Chapter 38: Quantum Physics
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Chapter 39: The Quantum Wave Function
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Chapter 40: Quantum Mechanics
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Chapter 41: Atomic Physics
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Chapter 42: Nuclear Physics
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