Matter and Interactions 3rd edition

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Ruth Chabay and Bruce Sherwood
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

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  • Chapter 1: Interactions and Motion
    • 1.1: Kinds of Matter
    • 1.2: Detecting Interactions (5)
    • 1.3: Newton's First Law of Motion (6)
    • 1.4: Other Indicators of Interactions (1)
    • 1.5: Describing the 3D World: Vectors (40)
    • 1.6: SI Units (1)
    • 1.7: Velocity (11)
    • 1.8: Momentum (12)
    • 1.9: Change of Momentum (6)
    • 1.10: The Principle of Relativity* (1)
    • 1.11: Updating Position at High Speed*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 2: The Momentum Principle
    • 2.1: System and Surroundings
    • 2.2: The Momentum Principle (23)
    • 2.3: Applying the Momentum Principle (9)
    • 2.4: Momentum Change with Changing Force (1)
    • 2.5: Iterative Prediction of Motion (16)
    • 2.6: Special Case: Constant Force (14)
    • 2.7: Estimating Interaction Times (6)
    • 2.8: Physical Models
    • 2.9: Derivations: Special-Case Average Velocity*
    • 2.10: Inertial Frames*
    • 2.11: Measurements and Units*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 3: The Fundamental Interactions
    • 3.1: The Fundamental Interactions (1)
    • 3.2: The Gravitational Force (16)
    • 3.3: Approximate Gravitational Force Near the Earth's Surface (6)
    • 3.4: Reciprocity (1)
    • 3.5: Predicting Motion of Gravitationally Interacting Objects (5)
    • 3.6: The Electric Force (5)
    • 3.7: The Strong Interaction (1)
    • 3.8: Newton and Einstein
    • 3.9: Predicting the Future of Complex Systems (1)
    • 3.10: Determinism
    • 3.11: Conservation of Momentum (4)
    • 3.12: The Multiparticle Momentum Principle (2)
    • 3.13: Collisions: Negligible External Forces (14)
    • 3.14: Points and Spheres
    • 3.15: Measuring the Gravitational Constant G
    • Computational Problems (2)

  • Chapter 4: Contact Interactions
    • 4.1: Tarzan and the Vine
    • 4.2: A Model of a Solid: Balls Connected by Springs
    • 4.3: Tension Forces
    • 4.4: Length of an Interatomic Bond (5)
    • 4.5: The Stiffness of an Interatomic Bond (3)
    • 4.6: Stress, Strain, and Young's Modulus (16)
    • 4.7: Compression (Normal) Forces (3)
    • 4.8: Friction (6)
    • 4.9: Speed of Sound in a Solid and Interatomic Bond Stiffness
    • 4.10: Derivative Form of the Momentum Principle (3)
    • 4.11: Analytical Solution: Spring-Mass System (12)
    • 4.12: Analytical Expression for Speed of Sound (5)
    • 4.13: Contact Forces Due to Gases (4)
    • 4.14: A Vertical Spring-Mass System*
    • 4.15: General Solution for the Mass-Spring System*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 5: Rate of Change of Momentum
    • 5.1: Identifying Forces on a System (2)
    • 5.2: Momentum Not Changing (Statics) (9)
    • 5.3: Finding the Rate of Change of Momentum (2)
    • 5.4: Curving Motion (5)
    • 5.5: Rate of Change of Direction (20)
    • 5.6: Why does the Vine Break? (6)
    • 5.7: Problem Solving (1)
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 6: The Energy Principle
    • 6.1: The Energy Principle
    • 6.2: The Simplest System: A Single Particle (12)
    • 6.3: Work: Mechanical Energy Transfer (8)
    • 6.4: Update Form of the Energy Principle (10)
    • 6.5: Change of Rest Energy (2)
    • 6.6: Proof of the Energy Principle for a Particle
    • 6.7: Work Done by a Nonconstant Force (10)
    • 6.8: Potential Energy in Multiparticle Systems (3)
    • 6.9: Gravitational Potential Energy (7)
    • 6.10: General Properties of Potential Energy
    • 6.11: Plotting Energy vs. Separation (3)
    • 6.12: Applying Gravitational Potential Energy (9)
    • 6.13: Gravitational Potential Energy Near the Earth's Surface (1)
    • 6.14: Electric Potential Energy (4)
    • 6.15: The Mass of a Multiparticle System (9)
    • 6.16: Reflection: Why Energy?
    • 6.17: Identifying Initial and Final States
    • 6.18: A Puzzle*
    • 6.19: Gradient of Potential Energy*
    • 6.20: Integrals and Antiderivatives*
    • 6.21: Approximation for Kinetic Energy*
    • 6.22: Finding the Formula for Particle Energy*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 7: Internal Energy
    • 7.1: Potential Energy of Macroscopic Springs (8)
    • 7.2: Potential Energy of a Pair of Neutral Atoms (1)
    • 7.3: Path Independence of Potential Energy (2)
    • 7.4: Internal Energy and Thermal Energy (4)
    • 7.5: Energy Transfer due to a Temperature Difference (4)
    • 7.6: Reflection: Forms of Energy
    • 7.7: Power: Energy per Unit Time (6)
    • 7.8: Open and Closed Systems (1)
    • 7.9: The Choice of System Affects Energy Accounting (4)
    • 7.10: Energy Dissipation (10)
    • 7.11: Potential Energy and "Conservative" Forces (1)
    • 7.12: Resonance*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 8: Energy Quantization
    • 8.1: Photons
    • 8.2: Electronic Energy Levels (6)
    • 8.3: The Effect of Temperature (14)
    • 8.4: Vibrational Energy Levels (5)
    • 8.5: Rotational Energy Levels
    • 8.6: Other Energy Levels
    • 8.7: Comparison of Energy Level Spacings (1)
    • 8.8: Case Study: How a Laser Works*
    • 8.9: Wavelength of Light*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 9: Multiparticle Systems
    • 9.1: The Motion of the Center of Mass (4)
    • 9.2: Separation of Multiparticle System Energy (1)
    • 9.3: Rotational Kinetic Energy (7)
    • 9.4: The "Point Particle System" (6)
    • 9.5: Analyzing Point Particle and Real Systems (14)
    • 9.6: Modeling Friction in Detail*
    • 9.7: A Physical Model for Dry Friction* (1)
    • 9.8: Derivation: Kinetic Energy of a Multiparticle System*
    • 9.9: Derivation: The Point Particle Energy Equation
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 10: Collisions
    • 10.1: Internal Interactions in Collisions (3)
    • 10.2: Elastic and Inelastic Collisions (4)
    • 10.3: A Head-On Collision of Equal Masses (1)
    • 10.4: Head-On Collisions Between Unequal Masses (3)
    • 10.5: Frame of Reference (8)
    • 10.6: Scattering: Collisions in 2-D and 3-D (1)
    • 10.7: Discovering the Nucleus Inside Atoms (2)
    • 10.8: Distribution of Scattering Angles*
    • 10.9: Relativistic Momentum and Energy (3)
    • 10.10: Inelastic Collisions and Quantized Energy
    • 10.11: Collisions in Other Reference Frames (2)
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 11: Angular Momentum
    • 11.1: Translational Angular Momentum (11)
    • 11.2: Rotational Angular Momentum (13)
    • 11.3: Translational Plus Rotational Angular Momentum
    • 11.4: The Angular Momentum Principle (6)
    • 11.5: Multiparticle Systems
    • 11.6: Three Fundamental Principles of Mechanics (5)
    • 11.7: Systems with Zero Torque (16)
    • 11.8: Systems with Nonzero Torques (8)
    • 11.9: Predicting Positions when there is Rotation (1)
    • 11.10: Angular Momentum Quantization (4)
    • 11.11: Gyroscopes* (2)
    • 11.12: More Complex Rotational Situations*
    • 11.13: Rate of Change of a Rotating Vector*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 12: Entropy: Limits on the Possible
    • 12.1: Statistical Issues
    • 12.2: A Statistical Model of Solids (7)
    • 12.3: Thermal Equilibrium of Blocks in Contact (1)
    • 12.4: The Second Law of Thermodynamics (1)
    • 12.5: What is Temperature? (5)
    • 12.6: Specific Heat Capacity of a Solid (6)
    • 12.7: The Boltzmann Distribution (7)
    • 12.8: The Boltzmann Distribution in a Gas (13)
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 13: Gases and Engines
    • 13.1: Gases, Solids and Liquids
    • 13.2: Gas Leaks Through a Hole (4)
    • 13.3: Mean Free Path (1)
    • 13.4: Pressure and Temperature (1)
    • 13.5: Energy Transfers (2)
    • 13.6: Fundamental Limitations on Efficiency (1)
    • 13.7: A Maximally Efficient Process (2)
    • 13.8: Why Don't We Attain the Theoretical Efficiency?*
    • 13.9: Application: A Random Walk* (1)
    • 13.10: Derivation: Maximum-Power Efficiency*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 14: Electric Field
    • 14.1: New Concepts
    • 14.2: Electric Charge and Force
    • 14.3: The Concept of "Electric Field (8)
    • 14.4: The Electric Field of a Point Charge (16)
    • 14.5: Superposition of Electric Fields (4)
    • 14.6: The Electric Field of a Dipole (14)
    • 14.7: Choice of System (2)
    • 14.8: Is Electric Field Real?
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 15: Electric Fields and Matter
    • 15.1: Charged Particles in Matter (1)
    • 15.2: How Insulators Become Charged
    • 15.3: Polarization (3)
    • 15.4: Polarization of Insulators (6)
    • 15.5: Polarization of Conductors
    • 15.6: A Model of a Metal (8)
    • 15.7: Charging and Discharging (4)
    • 15.8: When the Field Concept is Less Useful
    • 15: Desktop Experiments (6)
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 16: Electric Fields of Distributed Charges
    • 16.1: Overview
    • 16.2: A Uniformly Charged Thin Rod (6)
    • 16.3: Procedure for Calculating Electric Field (1)
    • 16.4: A Uniformly Charged Thin Ring (5)
    • 16.5: A Uniformly Charged Disk (5)
    • 16.6: Two Uniformly Charged Disks: A Capacitor (4)
    • 16.7: A Spherical Shell of Charge (14)
    • 16.8: A Solid Sphere Charged Throughout Its Volume
    • 16.9: Infinitesimals and Integrals in Science
    • 16.10: Uniform Thin Rod at an Arbitrary Location*
    • 16.11: Integrating the Spherical Shell*
    • Computational Problems (4)

  • Chapter 17: Electric Potential
    • 17.1: A Review of Potential Energy (4)
    • 17.2: Systems of Charged Objects (3)
    • 17.3: Potential Difference in a Uniform Field (14)
    • 17.4: Sign of Potential Difference (9)
    • 17.5: Potential Difference in a Nonuniform Field (14)
    • 17.6: Path Independence (5)
    • 17.7: The Potential at One Location (11)
    • 17.8: Potential Difference in an Insulator (2)
    • 17.9: Energy Density and Electric Field (2)
    • 17.10: Potential of Distributed Charges* (1)
    • 17.11: Integrating the Spherical Shell*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 18: Magnetic Field
    • 18.1: Electron Current (2)
    • 18.2: Detecting Magnetic Fields (3)
    • 18.3: Biot-Savart Law: Single Moving Charge (14)
    • 18.4: Relativistic Effects
    • 18.5: Electron Current & Conventional Current (5)
    • 18.6: The Biot-Savart for Currents (1)
    • 18.7: The Magnetic Field of Current Distributions (8)
    • 18.8: A Circular Loop of Wire (6)
    • 18.9: Magnetic Dipole Moment (1)
    • 18.10: The Magnetic Field of a Bar Magnet (2)
    • 18.11: The Atomic Structure of Magnets (1)
    • 18.12: Estimate of Orbital Angular Momentum of an Electron in an Atom*
    • 18.13: Magnetic Field of a Solenoid*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 19: Electric Field and Circuits
    • 19.1: Overview
    • 19.2: Current in Different Parts of a Circuit (3)
    • 19.3: Electric Field and Current (8)
    • 19.4: What Charges make the Electric Field in the Wires?
    • 19.5: Connecting a Circuit: The Initial Transient (5)
    • 19.6: Feedback
    • 19.7: Surface Charge and Resistors
    • 19.8: Energy in a Circuit
    • 19.9: Applications of the Theory (14)
    • 19.10: Detecting Surface Charge
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 20: Circuit Elements
    • 20.1: Capacitors (10)
    • 20.2: Resistors (12)
    • 20.3: Work and Power in a Circuit (4)
    • 20.4: Batteries (2)
    • 20.5: Ammeters, Voltmeters, and Ohmmeters
    • 20.6: Quantitative Analysis of an RC Circuit (1)
    • 20.7: Reflection: The Macro-Micro Connection
    • 20.8: What are AC and DC?*
    • 20.9: Electrons in Metals*
    • 20.10: A Complicated Resistive Circuit*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 21: Magnetic Force
    • 21.1: Magnetic Force on a Moving Charge (9)
    • 21.2: Magnetic Force on a Current-Carrying Wire (7)
    • 21.3: Combining Electric and Magnetic Forces (9)
    • 21.4: The Hall Effect (7)
    • 21.5: Motional EMF (6)
    • 21.6: Magnetic Force in Moving Reference Frame (1)
    • 21.7: Magnetic Torque
    • 21.8: Potential Energy for a Magnetic Dipole (1)
    • 21.9: Motors and Generators (3)
    • 21.10: Case Study: Sparks in Air* (7)
    • 21.11: Relativistic Field Transformations*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 22: Patterns of Field in Space
    • 22.1: Patterns of Electric Field: Gauss's Law
    • 22.2: Definition of "Electric Flux (3)
    • 22.3: Gauss's Law (6)
    • 22.4: Reasoning from Gauss's Law
    • 22.5: Gauss's Law for Magnetism (1)
    • 22.6: Patterns of Magnetic Field: Ampere's Law (2)
    • 22.7: Maxwell's Equations
    • 22.8: The Differential Form of Gauss's Law* (2)
    • 22.9: The Differential Form of Ampere's Law*
    • 22.10: Semiconductor Devices*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 23: Faraday's Law
    • 23.1: Curly Electric Fields (5)
    • 23.2: Faraday's Law (13)
    • 23.3: Faraday's Law and Motional EMF
    • 23.4: Maxwell's Equations
    • 23.5: Superconductors
    • 23.6: Inductance (3)
    • 23.7: Some Peculiar Circuits*
    • 23.8: The Differential Form of Faraday's Law*
    • 23.9: Lenz's Rule*
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 24: Electromagnetic Radiation
    • 24.1: Maxwell's Equations (1)
    • 24.2: Fields Traveling Through Space (5)
    • 24.3: Accelerated Charges Produce Radiation (7)
    • 24.4: Sinusoidal Electromagnetic Radiation (4)
    • 24.5: Energy and Momentum in Radiation (4)
    • 24.6: Effects of Radiation on Matter (2)
    • 24.7: Light Propagation Through a Medium (1)
    • 24.8: Refraction: Bending of a Light (5)
    • 24.9: Lenses
    • 24.10: Image Formation
    • 24.11: The Field of an Accelerated Charge*
    • 24.12: Differential Form of Maxwell's Equations
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter 25: Waves and Particles
    • 25.1: Wave Phenomena (2)
    • 25.2: Multi-Source Interference: Diffractions (3)
    • 25.3: The Wave Model vs. the Particle Model of Light (6)
    • 25.4: Further Applications of the Wave Model (2)
    • 25.5: Angular Resolution (2)
    • 25.6: Standing Waves
    • 25.7: Derivation: Two Slits are like Two Sources
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter L1: Volume I Lab Resources
    • L1: Volume I Whiteboard Problems
    • L1: Volume I Experiments
    • Computational Problems

  • Chapter L2: Volume II Lab Resources
    • L2: Volume II Whiteboard Problems
    • L2: Volume II Experiments
    • Computational Problems


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12.4 1 X.036
12.5 5 P.039 P.042 X.008 X.009 X.037
12.6 6 P.040 P.041 P.043 P.045 P.047 X.010
12.7 7 X.011 X.014 X.049 X.050 X.053 X.057 X.058
12.8 13 P.062 P.063 P.064 P.065 P.066 P.067 X.016 X.018 X.019 X.052 X.056 X.059 X.060
Chapter 13: Gases and Engines
13.2 4 P.019 P.020 P.021 X.002 X.016
13.3 1 X.017
13.4 1 P.023
13.5 2 P.026 X.005
13.6 1 X.008
13.7 2 X.011 X.012
13.9 1 X.014
Chapter 14: Electric Field
14.3 8 P.022 P.023 P.025 X.003.01 X.003.02 X.016 X.017 X.018
14.4 16 P.041 P.042 P.044 P.046 X.005 X.006 X.006.alt01 X.007 X.008 X.028 X.029 X.029.alt01 X.029.alt02 X.030 X.032 X.032.alt01 X.7a X.7b X.7c
14.5 4 P.049.01 P.052 P.052.alt01 P.053
14.6 14 P.070 P.070.alt01 P.071 P.071.alt01 P.073 X.010 X.010.alt01 X.010.alt02 X.010.alt03 X.059 X.061 X.061.alt01 X.062 X.063
14.7 2 X.013 X.014
Chapter 15: Electric Fields and Matter
15.EXP 6 013 014 015 017 018 019
15.1 1 X.028
15.3 3 X.005 X.006 X.007
15.4 6 EXP.019.01 P.042.alt01 P.048 X.034 X.035 X.047
15.6 8 P.064 P.064.alt01 P.064.alt02 P.067 P.069 X.052 X.052.alt01 X.054
15.7 4 P.079 X.077 X.077.alt01 X.078
Chapter 16: Electric Fields of Distributed Charges
16.C 4 P.068 P.069 P.069.alt02 P.069.alt03
16.2 6 X.001 X.017 X.018 X.018.alt01 X.019 X.020
16.3 1 X.021
16.4 5 P.043 P.043.alt01 X.032 X.033 X.034
16.5 5 P.058 X.005 X.005.alt01 X.005.alt02 X.035
16.6 4 P.039 P.042.alt01 X.006 X.040
16.7 14 P.061 P.062 P.062.alt01 P.064 P.065 X.009 X.053 X.053.alt01 X.053.alt02 X.053.alt03 X.053.alt04 X.055 X.056 X.056.alt01
Chapter 17: Electric Potential
17.1 4 X.020 X.021 X.022 X.024
17.2 3 X.023 X.026 X.027
17.3 14 P.045 P.046 P.047 X.030 X.031 X.032 X.033 X.034 X.035 X.036 X.037 X.043 X.044 X.049
17.4 9 X.008 X.009 X.048 X.050 X.051 X.052 X.053 X.054 X.055
17.5 14 P.060 P.061 P.063 P.065 P.067 P.069 P.072 P.072.alt01 P.073 P.073.alt01 X.056 X.057 X.058 X.059
17.6 5 P.076 P.076.alt01 P.076.alt02 P.082 X.075
17.7 11 P.094 P.094.alt01 P.098 X.084 X.085 X.086 X.087 X.088 X.089 X.093 X.093.alt02
17.8 2 P.103 X.016
17.9 2 X.017 X.018
17.10 1 X.019
Chapter 18: Magnetic Field
18.1 2 X.001 X.002
18.2 3 X.003 X.039 X.040
18.3 14 P.038 P.041 X.004 X.004.alt01 X.026 X.027 X.028 X.029 X.033 X.034 X.035 X.035.alt01 X.036 X.037
18.5 5 X.008 X.009 X.042 X.043 X.044
18.6 1 X.051
18.7 8 P.055 P.057 P.061 P.062 P.067 P.068 X.047 X.049
18.8 6 P.059 P.064 P.065 X.050 X.052 X.053
18.9 1 X.011
18.10 2 P.073 P.076
18.11 1 X.072
Chapter 19: Electric Field and Circuits
19.2 3 X.001 X.029 X.030
19.3 8 P.041 P.042 P.044 X.003 X.004 X.005 X.039 X.040
19.5 5 X.048 X.049 X.050 X.051 X.051.alt01
19.9 14 P.063 P.064 P.065 P.066 P.067 P.069 P.069.alt01 P.069.alt02 P.070 X.056 X.057 X.062 X.072 X.072.alt01
Chapter 20: Circuit Elements
20.1 10 P.060 P.062 X.031 X.032.alt01 X.032.alt02 X.032.alt03 X.032.alt04 X.047 X.048 X.049
20.2 12 P.073 P.075 X.008 X.009 X.010 X.011 X.012 X.013 X.064 X.065 X.068 X.071
20.3 4 P.082 P.082.alt01 P.084 X.014
20.4 2 P.087 P.088
20.6 1 P.094
Chapter 21: Magnetic Force
21.1 9 P.039 P.041 P.044 X.001 X.003 X.031 X.032 X.033 X.035
21.2 7 P.051 P.051.alt01 X.004 X.047 X.047.alt01 X.048 X.048.alt01
21.3 9 P.057 P.058 P.059 X.005 X.006 X.007 X.054 X.055 X.056
21.4 7 P.066 P.067 P.068 X.008 X.008.alt01 X.009 X.063
21.5 6 P.082 P.084 X.010 X.075 X.076 X.078
21.6 1 X.012
21.8 1 X.015
21.9 3 X.018 X.019 X.091
21.10 7 X.020 X.021 X.022 X.023 X.098 X.099 X.100
Chapter 22: Patterns of Field in Space
22.2 3 X.001 X.001.alt01 X.010
22.3 6 P.014 P.015 P.015.alt01 P.019 X.011 X.011.alt01
22.5 1 X.027
22.6 2 X.004 X.028
22.8 2 X.005 X.006
Chapter 23: Faraday's Law
23.1 5 X.001 X.002 X.003 X.004 X.004.alt01
23.2 13 P.027 P.028.alt01 P.029 P.030 P.036 P.036.alt01 P.038 X.005 X.006 X.007 X.008 X.009 X.021
23.6 3 P.052 X.015 X.017
Chapter 24: Electromagnetic Radiation
24.1 1 X.020
24.2 5 X.001 X.023 X.024 X.025 X.026
24.3 7 X.006 X.030 X.033 X.034 X.035 X.035.alt01 X.036
24.4 4 X.038 X.038.01 X.039 X.040
24.5 4 P.041 P.043 X.009 X.010
24.6 2 X.011 X.050
24.7 1 X.052
24.8 5 P.057 X.053 X.054 X.055 X.056
Chapter 25: Waves and Particles
25.1 2 P.021 X.004
25.2 3 P.026 X.007 X.008
25.3 6 X.009 X.010 X.011 X.012 X.013 X.027
25.4 2 X.014 X.036
25.5 2 X.015 X.016
Total 1042 (6)