College Physics 7th edition

Jerry D. Wilson, Anthony J. Buffa, Bo Lou
Publisher: Pearson Education

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• Chapter 1: Measurement and Problem Solving
• 1.1: Why and How We Measure
• 1.2: SI Units of Length, Mass and Time
• 1.3: More about the Metric System (3)
• 1.4: Unit Analysis (8)
• 1.5: Unit Conversions (11)
• 1.6: Significant Figures (9)
• 1.7: Problem Solving (12)
• 1: Multiconcept Exercises
• 1: Multiple Choice Questions (11)
• 1: Conceptual Questions (3)
• 1: Extra Problems (5)

• Chapter 2: Kinematics: Description of Motion
• 2.1: Distance and Speed: Scalar Quantities
• 2.2: One-Dimensional Displacement and Velocity: Vector Quantities (11)
• 2.3: Acceleration (9)
• 2.4: Kinematic Equations (Constant Acceleration) (15)
• 2.5: Free Fall (13)
• 2: Multiconcept Exercises
• 2: Multiple Choice Questions (10)
• 2: Conceptual Questions (12)
• 2: Extra Problems (7)

• Chapter 3: Motion in Two Dimensions
• 3.1: Components of Motion (9)
• 3.2: Vector Addition and Subtraction (17)
• 3.3: Projectile Motion (13)
• 3.4: Relative Velocity (10)
• 3: Multiconcept Exercises
• 3: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 3: Conceptual Questions (12)
• 3: Extra Problems (12)

• Chapter 4: Force and Motion
• 4.1: The Concepts of Force and Net Force
• 4.2: Inertia and Newton's First Law of Motion (4)
• 4.3: Newton's Second Law of Motion (9)
• 4.4: Newton's Third Law of Motion (3)
• 4.5: More on Newton's Laws: Free-Body Diagrams and Translational Equilibrium (20)
• 4.6: Friction (14)
• 4: Multiconcept Exercises
• 4: Multiple Choice Questions (6)
• 4: Conceptual Questions (16)
• 4: Extra Problems (6)

• Chapter 5: Work and Energy
• 5.1: Work Done by a Constant Force (8)
• 5.2: Work Done by a Variable Force (2)
• 5.3: The Work-Energy Theorem: Kinetic Energy (1)
• 5.4: Potential Energy (1)
• 5.5: Conservation of Energy (5)
• 5.6: Power (1)
• 5: Multiconcept Exercises
• 5: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 5: Conceptual Questions (6)
• 5: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 6: Linear Momentum and Collisions
• 6.1: Linear Momentum (11)
• 6.2: Impulse (10)
• 6.3: Conservation of Linear Momentum (4)
• 6.4: Elastic and Inelastic Collisions (4)
• 6.5: Center of Mass (2)
• 6.6: Jet Propulsion and Rockets
• 6: Multiconcept Exercises
• 6: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 6: Conceptual Questions (2)
• 6: Extra Problems (7)

• Chapter 7: Circular Motion and Gravitation
• 7.1: Angular Measure (3)
• 7.2: Angular Speed and Velocity (5)
• 7.3: Uniform Circular Motion and Centripetal Acceleration (6)
• 7.4: Angular Acceleration (3)
• 7.5: Newton's Law of Gravitation (3)
• 7.6: Kepler's Laws and Earth Satellites
• 7: Multiconcept Exercises
• 7: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 7: Conceptual Questions (6)
• 7: Extra Problems (3)

• Chapter 8: Rotational Motion and Equilibrium
• 8.1: Rigid Bodies, Translations, and Rotations (3)
• 8.2: Torque, Equilibrium, and Stability (8)
• 8.3: Rotational Dynamics (4)
• 8.4: Rotational Work and Kinetic Energy (5)
• 8.5: Angular Momentum (2)
• 8: Multiconcept Exercises
• 8: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 8: Conceptual Questions (4)
• 8: Extra Problems (3)

• Chapter 9: Solids and Fluids
• 9.1: Solids and Elastic Moduli (5)
• 9.2: Fluids: Pressure and Pascal's Principle (6)
• 9.3: Buoyancy and Archimedes' Principle (5)
• 9.4: Fluid Dynamics and Bernoulli's Equation (1)
• 9.5: Surface Tension, Viscosity, and Poiseuille's Law (1)
• 9: Multiconcept Exercises
• 9: Multiple Choice Questions (6)
• 9: Conceptual Questions (4)
• 9: Extra Problems (3)

• Chapter 10: Temperature and Kinetic Theory
• 10.1: Temperature and Heat
• 10.2: The Celsius and Fahrenheit Temperature Scales (2)
• 10.3: Gas Laws, Absolute Temperature , and the Kelvin Temperature Scale (7)
• 10.4: Thermal Expansion (6)
• 10.5: The Kinetic Theory of Gases (4)
• 10.6: Kinetic Theory, Diatomic Gases, and the Equipartition Theorem (1)
• 10: Multiconcept Exercises
• 10: Multiple Choice Questions (4)
• 10: Conceptual Questions (5)
• 10: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 11: Heat
• 11.1: Definition and Units of Heat (1)
• 11.2: Specific Heat and Calorimetry (5)
• 11.3: Phase Changes and Latent Heat (3)
• 11.4: Heat Transfer (7)
• 11: Multiconcept Exercises (3)
• 11: Multiple Choice Questions (4)
• 11: Conceptual Questions (2)
• 11: Extra Problems (4)

• Chapter 12: Thermodynamics
• 12.1: Thermodynamic Systems, States, and Processes
• 12.2: The First Law of Thermodynamics
• 12.3: Thermodynamic Processes for an Ideal Gas (6)
• 12.4: The Second Law of Thermodynamics and Entropy (5)
• 12.5: Heat Engines and Thermal Pumps (5)
• 12.6: The Carnot Cycle and Ideal Heat Engines (5)
• 12: Multiconcept Exercises
• 12: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 12: Conceptual Questions (2)
• 12: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 13: Vibrations and Waves
• 13.1: Simple Harmonic Motion (4)
• 13.2: Equations of Motion (6)
• 13.3: Wave Motion (3)
• 13.4: Wave Properties
• 13.5: Standing Waves and Resonance (3)
• 13: Multiconcept Exercises (1)
• 13: Multiple Choice Questions (4)
• 13: Conceptual Questions (3)
• 13: Extra Problems (7)

• Chapter 14: Sound
• 14.1: Sound Waves
• 14.2: The Speed of Sound (5)
• 14.3: Sound Intensity and Sound Intensity Level (6)
• 14.4: Sound Phenomena
• 14.5: The Doppler Effect (5)
• 14.6: Musical Instruments and Sound Characteristics (2)
• 14: Multiconcept Exercises
• 14: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 14: Conceptual Questions (3)
• 14: Extra Problems (4)

• Chapter 15: Electric Charge, Forces and Fields
• 15.1: Electric Charge (2)
• 15.2: Electrostatic Charging
• 15.3: Electric Force (4)
• 15.4: Electric Field (9)
• 15.5: Conductors and Electric Fields (2)
• 15.6: Gauss's Law for Electric Fields: A Qualitative Approach (2)
• 15: Multiconcept Exercises
• 15: Multiple Choice Questions (4)
• 15: Conceptual Questions (4)
• 15: Extra Problems (5)

• Chapter 16: Electric Potential, Energy and Capacitance
• 16.1: Electric Potential Energy and Electric Potential Difference (6)
• 16.2: Equipotential Surfaces and the Electric Field (3)
• 16.3: Capacitance (4)
• 16.4: Dielectrics (3)
• 16.5: Capacitors in Series and in Parallel (4)
• 16: Multiconcept Exercises (1)
• 16: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 16: Conceptual Questions (4)
• 16: Extra Problems (3)

• Chapter 17: Electric Current and Resistance
• 17.1: Batteries and Direct Current
• 17.2: Current and Drift Velocity (5)
• 17.3: Resistance and Ohm's Law (9)
• 17.4: Electric Power (8)
• 17: Multiconcept Exercises (1)
• 17: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 17: Conceptual Questions (4)
• 17: Extra Problems (1)

• Chapter 18: Basic Electric Circuits
• 18.1: Resistances in Series, Parallel, and Series–Parallel Combinations (3)
• 18.2: Multiloop Circuits and Kirchhoff's Rules (4)
• 18.3: RC Circuits (3)
• 18.4: Ammeters and Voltmeters (3)
• 18.5: Household Circuits and Electrical Safety
• 18: Multiconcept Exercises (1)
• 18: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 18: Conceptual Questions (2)
• 18: Extra Problems (8)

• Chapter 19: Magnetism
• 19.1: Permanent Magnets, Magnetic Poles, and Magnetic Field Direction
• 19.2: Magnetic Field Strength and Magnetic Force (1)
• 19.3: Applications: Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields (6)
• 19.4: Magnetic Forces on Current-Carrying Wires
• 19.5: Applications: Current-Carrying Wires in Magnetic Fields (8)
• 19.6: Electromagnetism: The Source of Magnetic Fields (4)
• 19.7: Magnetic Materials
• 19.8: Geomagnetism: The Earth's Magnetic Field
• 19: Multiconcept Exercises (3)
• 19: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 19: Conceptual Questions (4)
• 19: Extra Problems (4)

• Chapter 20: Electromagnetic Induction and Waves
• 20.1: Induced emf: Faraday's Law and Lenz's Law (8)
• 20.2: Electric Generators and Back emf (3)
• 20.3: Transformers and Power Transmission (5)
• 20.4: Electromagnetic Waves (2)
• 20: Multiconcept Exercises
• 20: Multiple Choice Questions (3)
• 20: Conceptual Questions (2)
• 20: Extra Problems (6)

• Chapter 21: AC Circuits
• 21.1: Resistance in an AC Circuit (8)
• 21.2: Capacitive Reactance
• 21.3: Inductive Reactance (3)
• 21.4: Impedance: RLC Circuits
• 21.5: Circuit Resonance (8)
• 21: Multiconcept Exercises (3)
• 21: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 21: Conceptual Questions (3)
• 21: Extra Problems (1)

• Chapter 22: Reflection and Refraction of Light
• 22.1: Wave Fronts and Rays
• 22.2: Reflection (5)
• 22.3: Refraction
• 22.4: Total Internal Reflection and Fiber Optics (12)
• 22.5: Dispersion (1)
• 22: Multiconcept Exercises (1)
• 22: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 22: Conceptual Questions (3)
• 22: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 23: Mirrors and Lenses
• 23.1: Plane Mirrors (1)
• 23.2: Spherical Mirrors (13)
• 23.3: Lenses (8)
• 23.4: The Lens Maker's Equation
• 23.5: Lens Aberrations (4)
• 23: Multiconcept Exercises (1)
• 23: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 23: Conceptual Questions (4)
• 23: Extra Problems (3)

• Chapter 24: Physical Optics: The Wave Nature of Light
• 24.1: Young's Double-Slit Experiment (4)
• 24.2: Thin-Film Interference (4)
• 24.3: Diffraction (7)
• 24.4: Polarization (1)
• 24.5: Atmospheric Scattering of Light
• 24: Multiconcept Exercises
• 24: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 24: Conceptual Questions (1)
• 24: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 25: Vision and Optical Instruments
• 25.1: The Human Eye (6)
• 25.2: Microscopes (8)
• 25.3: Telescopes (3)
• 25.4: Diffraction and Resolution (4)
• 25.5: Color
• 25: Multiconcept Exercises (1)
• 25: Multiple Choice Questions (3)
• 25: Conceptual Questions (4)
• 25: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 26: Relativity
• 26.1: Classical Relativity and the Michelson-Morley Experiment (4)
• 26.2: The Special Relativity Postulate and the Relativity of Simultaneity
• 26.3: The Relativity of Length and Time: Time Dilation and Length Contraction (7)
• 26.4: Relativistic Kinetic Energy, Momentum, Total Energy, and Mass–Energy Equivalence (9)
• 26.5: The General Theory of Relativity
• 26.6: Relativistic Velocity Addition (2)
• 26: Multiconcept Exercises (2)
• 26: Multiple Choice Questions (4)
• 26: Conceptual Questions (2)
• 26: Extra Problems (5)

• Chapter 27: Quantum Physics
• 27.1: Quantization: Planck's Hypothesis (6)
• 27.2: Quanta of Light: Photons and the Photoelectric Effect (5)
• 27.3: Quantum "Particles": The Compton Effect (4)
• 27.4: The Bohr Theory of the Hydrogen Atom (3)
• 27.5: A Quantum Success: The Laser
• 27: Multiconcept Exercises (1)
• 27: Multiple Choice Questions (3)
• 27: Conceptual Questions (1)
• 27: Extra Problems (4)

• Chapter 28: Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Physics
• 28.1: Matter Waves: The de Broglie Hypothesis (6)
• 28.2: The Schrödinger Wave Equation
• 28.3: Atomic Quantum Numbers and the Periodic Table (4)
• 28.4: The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle (5)
• 28.5: Particles and Antiparticles (2)
• 28: Multiconcept Exercises
• 28: Multiple Choice Questions (3)
• 28: Conceptual Questions (4)
• 28: Extra Problems (3)

• Chapter 29: The Nucleus
• 29.1: Nuclear Structure and the Nuclear Force (3)
• 29.3: Decay Rate and Half-Life (11)
• 29.4: Nuclear Stability and Binding Energy (2)
• 29.5: Radiation Detection, Dosage, and Applications (1)
• 29: Multiconcept Exercises
• 29: Multiple Choice Questions (5)
• 29: Conceptual Questions
• 29: Extra Problems (3)

• Chapter 30: Nuclear Reactions and Elementary Particles
• 30.1: Nuclear Reactions (6)
• 30.2: Nuclear Fission (1)
• 30.3: Nuclear Fusion
• 30.4: Beta Decay and the Neutrino (3)
• 30.5: Fundamental Forces and Exchange Particles (1)
• 30.6: Elementary Particles
• 30.7: The Quark Model
• 30.8: Force Unification Theories, the Standard Model, and the Early Universe
• 30: Multiconcept Exercises (3)
• 30: Multiple Choice Questions (7)
• 30: Conceptual Questions (2)
• 30: Extra Problems (13)

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Chapter 2: Kinematics: Description of Motion
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Chapter 3: Motion in Two Dimensions
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Chapter 4: Force and Motion
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Chapter 5: Work and Energy
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Chapter 6: Linear Momentum and Collisions
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Chapter 7: Circular Motion and Gravitation
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Chapter 8: Rotational Motion and Equilibrium
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Chapter 9: Solids and Fluids
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Chapter 10: Temperature and Kinetic Theory
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Chapter 11: Heat
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Chapter 12: Thermodynamics
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Chapter 13: Vibrations and Waves
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Chapter 14: Sound
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Chapter 15: Electric Charge, Forces and Fields
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Chapter 16: Electric Potential, Energy and Capacitance
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Chapter 17: Electric Current and Resistance
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Chapter 18: Basic Electric Circuits
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Chapter 19: Magnetism
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Chapter 20: Electromagnetic Induction and Waves
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Chapter 22: Reflection and Refraction of Light
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Chapter 24: Physical Optics: The Wave Nature of Light
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Chapter 25: Vision and Optical Instruments
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Chapter 26: Relativity
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Chapter 27: Quantum Physics
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Chapter 28: Quantum Mechanics and Atomic Physics
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Chapter 29: The Nucleus
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Chapter 30: Nuclear Reactions and Elementary Particles
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