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  • Chapter 1: Physics: An Introduction
    • 1.1: The Laws of Nature
    • 1.2: Measurement and Units
    • 1.3: Units and Dimensional Analysis
    • 1.4: Significant Figures
    • 1.5: Unit Conversions
    • 1.6: Orders of Magnitude
    • 1.7: Scalar and Vector Quantities
    • 1.8: Physics and Problem Solving
    • 1: Problems (28)

  • Chapter 2: Kinematics in One Dimension
    • 2.1: Position
    • 2.2: Average Velocity
    • 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 (46)

  • Chapter 3: Vectors
    • 3.1: Scalar Quantities versus Vector Quantities
    • 3.2: Vector Components
    • 3.3: Vector Addition and Subtraction
    • 3.4: Unit Vectors
    • 3.5: Vector Descriptions of Kinematic Quantities
    • 3.6: Relative Motion
    • 3: Problems (37)

  • Chapter 4: Kinematics in Two Dimensions
    • 4.1: Two Dimensional Motion
    • 4.2: Projectile Motion
    • 4.3: Projectile Motion with Zero Launch Angle
    • 4.4: Projectile Motion with a General Launch Angle
    • 4.5: Key Characteristics of Projectile Motion
    • 4: Problems (23)

  • Chapter 5: Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws of Motion
    • 5.1: Mass and Force
    • 5.2: Newton's First Law
    • 5.3: Newton's Second Law
    • 5.4: Newton's Third Law
    • 5.5: Forces in Two Dimensions
    • 5.6: Weight and the Force of Gravity
    • 5.7: The Normal Force
    • 5: Problems (64)

  • Chapter 6: Further Application of Newton's Laws of Motion
    • 6.1: Friction
    • 6.2: Strings and Spring Forces
    • 6.3: Zero Net Force
    • 6.4: Objects in Contact
    • 6.5: Uniform Circular Motion
    • 6: Problems (77)

  • Chapter 7: Work and Energy
    • 7.1: Work by Constant Forces
    • 7.2: Kinetic Energy and the Work-Energy Theorem
    • 7.3: Work by Non-Constant Forces
    • 7.4: Power
    • 7: Problems (27)

  • Chapter 8: Potential Energy and Energy Conservation
    • 8.1: Conservative versus Nonconservative Forces
    • 8.2: Potential Energy
    • 8.3: Mechanical Energy Conservation
    • 8.4: Work by Nonconservative Forces
    • 8.5: Graphical Representation of Potential Energy
    • 8: Problems (46)

  • Chapter 9: Momentum
    • 9.1: Momentum
    • 9.2: Newton's Second Law and Momentum
    • 9.3: Impulse
    • 9.4: Momentum Conservation
    • 9.5: Collisions: Inelastic
    • 9.6: Collisions: Elastic
    • 9.7: Center of Mass
    • 9.8: Applying Momentum to Rocket Propulsion
    • 9: Problems (61)

  • Chapter 10: Rotational Motion
    • 10.1: Describing Angular Position, Velocity, and Acceleration
    • 10.2: Kinematics of Rotation
    • 10.3: Linear vs. Rotational Kinematic Quantities
    • 10.4: Rolling Motion
    • 10.5: Rotational Kinetic Energy; Moment of Inertia
    • 10.6: Energy Conservation
    • 10: Problems (13)

  • Chapter 11: Rotational Dynamics
    • 11.1: Torque
    • 11.2: Angular Acceleration and Torque
    • 11.3: Static Equilibrium
    • 11.4: Balance and Center of Mass
    • 11.5: Applications of Torque
    • 11.6: Angular Momentum
    • 11.7: Angular Momentum Conservation
    • 11.8: Work and Power in Rotation
    • 11.9: Vectors and Rotational Motion
    • 11: Problems (92)

  • Chapter 12: Gravitation
    • 12.1: Newton's Law of Gravitation
    • 12.2: Gravitational Attraction between Spherical Bodies
    • 12.3: Orbital Motion and Kepler's Laws
    • 12.4: Gravitational Potential Energy
    • 12.5: Conservation of Energy with Gravitational Potential Energy
    • 12.6: Physics of Tides
    • 12: Problems (25)

  • Chapter 13: Oscillatory Motion
    • 13.1: Periodic Motion
    • 13.2: Simple Harmonic Oscillation
    • 13.3: Circular Motion versus Simple Harmonic Oscillation
    • 13.4: Period of Spring-Mass Motion
    • 13.5: Conservation of Energy and Oscillations
    • 13.6: The Simple Pendulum
    • 13.7: Damped Harmonic Motion
    • 13.8: Forced Oscillations and Resonance
    • 13: Problems (50)

  • Chapter 14: Wave Motion and Sound
    • 14.1: Waves
    • 14.2: Waves on a String
    • 14.3: Wave Functions
    • 14.4: Sound
    • 14.5: Energy in Waves: Intensity
    • 14.6: The Doppler Effect
    • 14.7: Superposition and Interference of Waves
    • 14.8: Standing Waves
    • 14.9: Interference and Beats
    • 14: Problems (75)

  • Chapter 15: Fluid Statics and Dynamics
    • 15.1: Density in Fluids
    • 15.2: Pressure in Fluids
    • 15.3: Pressure and Depth
    • 15.4: Buoyancy
    • 15.5: Archimedes' Principle: Applications
    • 15.6: Fluid Flow
    • 15.7: Bernoulli's Equation
    • 15.8: General Applications of Bernoulli's Equation
    • 15.9: Viscosity; Surface Tension
    • 15: Problems (84)

  • Chapter 16: Heat and Temperature
    • 16.1: Temperature
    • 16.2: Measuring Temperature
    • 16.3: Thermal Expansion of Solids and Liquids
    • 16.4: Heat and Work
    • 16.5: Heat Capacity and Specific Heat
    • 16.6: Methods of Heat Transfer
    • 16: Problems (52)

  • Chapter 17: Phases of Matter
    • 17.1: The Ideal Gas
    • 17.2: Kinetic Theory of Gases
    • 17.3: Elastic Properties of Solids
    • 17.4: Evaporation
    • 17.5: Latent Heat
    • 17.6: Conservation of Energy in Phase Changes
    • 17: Problems (79)

  • Chapter 18: Thermodynamics
    • 18.1: The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
    • 18.2: The First Law of Thermodynamics
    • 18.3: Thermodynamic Processes
    • 18.4: Ideal Gases and Specific Heats
    • 18.5: The Second Law of Thermodynamics
    • 18.6: Applications of Thermodynamics: Heat Engines
    • 18.7: Applications of Thermodynamics: Refrigerators and Heat Pumps
    • 18.8: Entropy
    • 18.9: Entropy and Disorder
    • 18.10: The Third Law of Thermodynamics
    • 18: Problems (44)

  • Chapter 19: Electric Charge, Force, and Field
    • 19.1: Electric Charge
    • 19.2: Insulators and Conductors
    • 19.3: Electric Force: Coulomb's Law
    • 19.4: Electric Field
    • 19.5: Electric Field Lines
    • 19.6: Electric Field in Conductors; Charging by Induction
    • 19.7: Gauss's Law
    • 19: Problems (60)

  • Chapter 20: Electric Potential
    • 20.1: Electric Potential Energy and Electric Potential
    • 20.2: Energy Conservation and Electric Potential Energy
    • 20.3: Sources of Electric Potential
    • 20.4: Equipotential Surfaces
    • 20.5: Capacitors and Dielectrics
    • 20.6: Storing Electric Potential Energy
    • 20: Problems (56)

  • Chapter 21: Electric Circuits
    • 21.1: Current
    • 21.2: Resistance
    • 21.3: Power in Circuits
    • 21.4: Series and Parallel Resistors
    • 21.5: Kirchhoff's Rules for Electric Circuits
    • 21.6: Capacitors in Circuits
    • 21.7: The RC Circuit
    • 21.8: Measuring Current and Voltage
    • 21: Problems (115)

  • Chapter 22: Magnetic Fields and Forces
    • 22.1: Magnetic Field
    • 22.2: Magnetic Forces on Moving Charges
    • 22.3: Motion of Charges in Magnetic Fields
    • 22.4: Magnetic Forces on Electric Currents
    • 22.5: Magnetic Torque
    • 22.6: Ampere's Law
    • 22.7: Magnetic Fields due to Current Loops and Solenoids
    • 22.8: Magnetic Materials
    • 22: Problems (65)

  • Chapter 23: Electromagnetic Induction
    • 23.1: Induced EMF
    • 23.2: Magnetic Flux
    • 23.3: Faraday's Law
    • 23.4: Lenz's Law
    • 23.5: Work and Electric Energy
    • 23.6: Application: Generators and Motors
    • 23.7: Inductance
    • 23.8: RL Circuits
    • 23.9: Energy in Magnetic Fields
    • 23.10: Transformers
    • 23: Problems (45)

  • Chapter 24: AC Circuits
    • 24.1: Alternating Voltage; Alternating Current
    • 24.2: AC Circuits and Capacitors
    • 24.3: RC Circuits
    • 24.4: AC Circuits and Inductors
    • 24.5: The RLC Circuit
    • 24.6: Electric Circuits and Resonance
    • 24: Problems (15)

  • Chapter 25: Electromagnetic Waves
    • 25.1: Producing Electromagnetic Waves
    • 25.2: Electromagnetic Wave Propagation
    • 25.3: The Electromagnetic Spectrum
    • 25.4: Energy and Momentum Carried in Electromagnetic Waves
    • 25.5: Polarization of Electromagnetic Waves
    • 25: Problems (52)

  • Chapter 26: Geometric Optics
    • 26.1: Reflection
    • 26.2: Image Formation with Plane Mirrors
    • 26.3: Optics of Spherical Mirrors
    • 26.4: Mirrors and Ray Tracing
    • 26.5: Refraction
    • 26.6: Lenses and Ray Tracing
    • 26.7: Thin Lens Equation
    • 26.8: Dispersion
    • 26: Problems (60)

  • Chapter 27: Vision and Optical Instruments
    • 27.1: Physics of Eyes and Cameras
    • 27.2: Combinations of Lenses
    • 27.3: Magnifiers
    • 27.4: Microscopes
    • 27.5: Telescopes
    • 27.6: Aberrations
    • 27: Problems (54)

  • Chapter 28: Wave Optics
    • 28.1: The Superposition Principle and Interference of Waves
    • 28.2: The Double Slit Experiment
    • 28.3: Interference in Reflection; Thin Films
    • 28.4: Diffraction
    • 28.5: Resolution of Optical Instruments
    • 28.6: The Diffraction Grating
    • 28: Problems (61)

  • Chapter 29: Einstein's Theory of Relativity
    • 29.1: Einstein's Postulates
    • 29.2: Simultaneity and Time Dilation
    • 29.3: Length Contraction
    • 29.4: Addition of Relativistic Velocities
    • 29.5: Momentum in Special Relativity
    • 29.6: Energy in Special Relativity
    • 29.7: Relativity and the Universe
    • 29.8: The Theory of General Relativity
    • 29: Problems (29)

  • Chapter 30: Introduction to Quantum Physics
    • 30.1: Blackbody Radiation and Quantized Energy
    • 30.2: The Photoelectric Effect and the Photon
    • 30.3: Photon: Mass and Momentum
    • 30.4: The Compton Effect and Photon Scattering
    • 30.5: Wave-Particle Duality
    • 30.6: The Uncertainty Principle
    • 30.7: Tunneling in Quantum Systems
    • 30: Problems (37)

  • Chapter 31: Physics of the Atom
    • 31.1: The Atom: Early Models
    • 31.2: Atomic Spectra
    • 31.3: The Bohr Model
    • 31.4: The Bohr Model and Matter Waves
    • 31.5: Quantum Mechanics and the Hydrogen Atom
    • 31.6: Atoms with more than One Electron
    • 31.7: Emission from Atoms
    • 31: Problems (33)

  • Chapter 32: Nuclear Physics
    • 32.1: The Structure of the Nucleus
    • 32.2: Nuclear Radiation and Radioactivity
    • 32.3: Half-Life
    • 32.4: Energy in the Nucleus
    • 32.5: Fission
    • 32.6: Fusion
    • 32.7: Nuclear Physics and its Applications
    • 32.8: Particle Physics
    • 32.9: Unifying the Forces of Nature; Cosmology
    • 32: Problems (68)


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Chapter 1: Physics: An Introduction
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Chapter 2: Kinematics in One Dimension
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Chapter 3: Vectors
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Chapter 4: Kinematics in Two Dimensions
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Chapter 5: Dynamics: Force and Newton's Laws of Motion
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Chapter 6: Further Application of Newton's Laws of Motion
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Chapter 7: Work and Energy
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Chapter 8: Potential Energy and Energy Conservation
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Chapter 9: Momentum
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Chapter 10: Rotational Motion
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Chapter 11: Rotational Dynamics
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Chapter 12: Gravitation
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Chapter 13: Oscillatory Motion
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Chapter 14: Wave Motion and Sound
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Chapter 15: Fluid Statics and Dynamics
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Chapter 16: Heat and Temperature
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Chapter 17: Phases of Matter
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Chapter 18: Thermodynamics
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Chapter 19: Electric Charge, Force, and Field
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Chapter 20: Electric Potential
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Chapter 21: Electric Circuits
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Chapter 22: Magnetic Fields and Forces
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Chapter 23: Electromagnetic Induction
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Chapter 24: AC Circuits
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Chapter 25: Electromagnetic Waves
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Chapter 26: Geometric Optics
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Chapter 27: Vision and Optical Instruments
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Chapter 28: Wave Optics
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Chapter 29: Einstein's Theory of Relativity
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Chapter 30: Introduction to Quantum Physics
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Chapter 31: Physics of the Atom
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Chapter 32: Nuclear Physics
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