Essential University Physics 2nd edition

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Richard Wolfson
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  • Chapter 1: Doing Physics
    • 1.1: Realms of Physics
    • 1.2: Measurements and Units (12)
    • 1.3: Working with Numbers (4)
    • 1.4: Strategies for Learning Physics
    • 1: End of Chapter Problems (3)
    • 1: Extra Problems (5)

  • Chapter 2: Motion in a Straight Line
    • 2.1: Average Motion (1)
    • 2.2: Instantaneous Velocity (1)
    • 2.3: Acceleration (1)
    • 2.4: Constant Acceleration (2)
    • 2.5: The Acceleration of Gravity (2)
    • 2: End of Chapter Problems (12)
    • 2: For Thought and Discussion (3)
    • 2: Extra Problems (16)

  • Chapter 3: Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
    • 3.1: Vectors
    • 3.2: Velocity and Acceleration Vectors (2)
    • 3.3: Relative Motion (2)
    • 3.4: Constant Acceleration (1)
    • 3.5: Projectile Motion (1)
    • 3.6: Uniform Circular Motion
    • 3: End of Chapter Problems (7)
    • 3: For Thought and Discussion (3)
    • 3: Extra Problems (27)

  • Chapter 4: Force and Motion
    • 4.1: The Wrong Question
    • 4.2: Newton's First and Second Laws (4)
    • 4.3: Forces
    • 4.4: The Force of Gravity (4)
    • 4.5: Using Newton's Second Law (3)
    • 4.6: Newton's Third Law (3)
    • 4: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 4: For Thought and Discussion (6)
    • 4: Extra Problems (17)

  • Chapter 5: Using Newton's Laws
    • 5.1: Using Newton's Second Law (3)
    • 5.2: Multiple Objects (2)
    • 5.3: Circular Motion (2)
    • 5.4: Friction
    • 5.5: Drag Forces
    • 5: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 5: For Thought and Discussion (3)
    • 5: Extra Problems (23)

  • Chapter 6: Work, Energy, and Power
    • 6.1: Work (5)
    • 6.2: Forces That Vary (1)
    • 6.3: Kinetic Power (3)
    • 6.4: Power (4)
    • 6: End of Chapter Problems (4)
    • 6: For Thought and Discussion (2)
    • 6: Extra Problems (15)

  • Chapter 7: Conservation of Energy
    • 7.1: Conservative and Nonconservative Forces (2)
    • 7.2: Potential Energy (4)
    • 7.3: Conservation of Mechanical Energy (3)
    • 7.4: Potential-Energy Curves (3)
    • 7: End of Chapter Problems (16)
    • 7: For Thought and Discussion (2)
    • 7: Extra Problems (19)

  • Chapter 8: Gravity
    • 8.1: Toward a Law of Gravity
    • 8.2: Universal Gravitation (4)
    • 8.3: Orbital Motion (2)
    • 8.4: Gravitational Energy (2)
    • 8.5: The Gravitational Field
    • 8: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 8: For Thought and Discussion (3)
    • 8: Extra Problems (11)

  • Chapter 9: Systems of Particles
    • 9.1: Center of Mass (4)
    • 9.2: Momentum (1)
    • 9.3: Kinetic Energy of a System
    • 9.4: Collisions
    • 9.5: Totally Inelastic Collisions
    • 9.6: Elastic Collisions
    • 9: End of Chapter Problems (9)
    • 9: Extra Problems (12)

  • Chapter 10: Rotational Motion
    • 10.1: Angular Velocity and Acceleration (3)
    • 10.2: Torque (2)
    • 10.3: Rotational Inertia and the Analog of Newton's Law (2)
    • 10.4: Rotational Energy
    • 10.5: Rolling Motion
    • 10: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 10: For Thought and Discussion (3)
    • 10: Extra Problems (18)

  • Chapter 11: Rotational Vectors and Angular Momentum
    • 11.1: Angular Velocity and Acceleration Vectors (1)
    • 11.2: Torque and the Vector Cross Product (1)
    • 11.3: Angular Momentum (3)
    • 11.4: Conservation of Angular Momentum (2)
    • 11.5: Gyroscopes and Precession
    • 11: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 11: For Thought and Discussion (4)
    • 11: Extra Problems (13)

  • Chapter 12: Static Equilibrium
    • 12.1: Conditions for Equilibrium (1)
    • 12.2: Center of Gravity (1)
    • 12.3: Examples of Static Equilibrium (4)
    • 12.4: Stability
    • 12: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 12: Extra Problems (3)

  • Chapter 13: Oscillatory Motion
    • 13.1: Describing Oscillatory Motion (1)
    • 13.2: Simple Harmonic Motion (3)
    • 13.3: Applications of Simple Harmonic Motion (2)
    • 13.4: Circular and Harmonic Motion (1)
    • 13.5: Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion (3)
    • 13.6: Damped Harmonic Motion (1)
    • 13.7: Driven Oscillations and Resonance
    • 13: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 13: For Thought and Discussion (4)
    • 13: Extra Problems (11)

  • Chapter 14: Wave Motion
    • 14.1: Waves and Their Properties (4)
    • 14.2: Wave Math (2)
    • 14.3: Waves on a String (1)
    • 14.4: Sound Waves (1)
    • 14.5: Interference
    • 14.6: Reflection and Refraction
    • 14.7: Standing Waves (2)
    • 14.8: The Doppler Effect and Shock Waves
    • 14: End of Chapter Problems (6)
    • 14: For Thought and Discussion (6)
    • 14: Extra Problems (21)

  • Chapter 15: Fluid Motion
    • 15.1: Density and Pressure (3)
    • 15.2: Hydrostatic Equilibrium (2)
    • 15.3: Archimedes' Principle and Buoyancy (1)
    • 15.4: Fluid Dynamics (1)
    • 15.5: Applications of Fluid Dynamics
    • 15.6: Viscosity and Turbulence
    • 15: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 15: For Thought and Discussion (1)
    • 15: Extra Problems (9)

  • Chapter 16: Temperature and Heat
    • 16.1: Heat, Temperature, and Thermodynamic Equilibrium
    • 16.2: Heat Capacity and Specific Heat (1)
    • 16.3: Heat Transfer (1)
    • 16.4: Thermal-Energy Balance
    • 16: End of Chapter Problems (15)
    • 16: Extra Problems (12)

  • Chapter 17: The Thermal Behavior of Matter
    • 17.1: Gases
    • 17.2: Phase Changes (1)
    • 17.3: Thermal Expansion (1)
    • 17: End of Chapter Problems (5)
    • 17: For Thought and Discussion (1)
    • 17: Extra Problems (18)

  • Chapter 18: Heat, Work, and the First Law of Thermodynamics
    • 18.1: The First Law of Thermodynamics (3)
    • 18.2: Thermodynamic Processes (2)
    • 18.3: Specific Heats of an Ideal Gas
    • 18: End of Chapter Problems (9)
    • 18: Extra Problems (1)

  • Chapter 19: The Second Law of Thermodynamics
    • 19.1: Reversibility and Irreversibility
    • 19.2-3: The Second Law of Thermodynamics and Its Applications (1)
    • 19.4: Entropy and Energy Quality (2)
    • 19: End of Chapter Problems (8)
    • 19: Extra Problems (5)

  • Chapter 20: Electric Charge, Force, and Field
    • 20.1: Electric Charge (3)
    • 20.2: Coulomb's Law (2)
    • 20.3: The Electric Field (2)
    • 20.4: Fields of Charge Distributions (2)
    • 20.5: Matter in Electric Fields (2)
    • 20: End of Chapter Problems (11)
    • 20: For Thought and Discussion (4)
    • 20: Extra Problems (15)

  • Chapter 21: Gauss's Law
    • 21.1: Electric Field Lines (5)
    • 21.2: Electric Flux and Field (4)
    • 21.3: Gauss's Law (2)
    • 21.4: Using Gauss's Law (1)
    • 21.5: Fields of Arbitrary Charge Distributions
    • 21.6: Gauss's Law and Conductors (1)
    • 21: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 21: For Thought and Discussion (12)
    • 21: Extra Problems (13)

  • Chapter 22: Electric Potential
    • 22.1: Electric Potential Difference (5)
    • 22.2: Calculating Potential Difference (2)
    • 22.3: Potential Difference and the Electric Field (1)
    • 22.4: Charges Conductors (2)
    • 22: End of Chapter Problems (12)
    • 23: For Thought and Discussion (9)
    • 23: Extra Problems (13)

  • Chapter 23: Electrostatic Energy and Capacitors
    • 23.1: Electrostatic Energy (2)
    • 23.2: Capacitors (4)
    • 23.3: Using Capacitors (2)
    • 23.4: Energy in the Electric Field (2)
    • 23: End of Chapter Problems (11)
    • 23: For Thought and Discussion (2)
    • 23: Extra Problems (20)

  • Chapter 24: Electric Current
    • 24.1: Electric Current (3)
    • 24.2: Conduction Mechanisms (3)
    • 24.3: Resistance and Ohm's Law (1)
    • 24.4: Electric Power (1)
    • 24.5: Electric Safety
    • 24: End of Chapter Problems (7)
    • 24: For Thought and Discussion (9)
    • 24: Extra Problems (16)

  • Chapter 25: Electric Circuits
    • 25.1: Circuits, Symbols, and Electromotive Force (6)
    • 25.2: Series and Parallel Resistors (2)
    • 25.3: Kirchhoff's Laws and Multiloop Circuits (3)
    • 25.4: Electrical Measurements (1)
    • 25.5: Capacitors in Circuits (1)
    • 25: End of Chapter Problems (8)
    • 25: For Thought and Discussion (10)
    • 25: Extra Problems (13)

  • Chapter 26: Magnetism: Force and Field
    • 26.1: What is Magnetism?
    • 26.2: Magnetic Force and Field (1)
    • 26.3: Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields
    • 26.4: The Magnetic Force on a Current (1)
    • 26.5: Origin of the Magnetic Field (1)
    • 26.6: Magnetic Dipoles
    • 26.7: Magnetic Matter
    • 26.8: Ampère's Law
    • 26: End of Chapter Problems (7)
    • 26: Extra Problems (4)

  • Chapter 27: Electromagnetic Induction
    • 27.1: Induced Currents
    • 27.2: Faraday's Law (4)
    • 27.4: Induction and Energy
    • 27.4: Inductance
    • 27.5: Magnetic Energy
    • 27.6: Induced Electric Fields
    • 27: End of Chapter Problems (9)
    • 27: For Thought and Discussion (6)
    • 27: Extra Problems (24)

  • Chapter 28: Alternating-Current Circuits
    • 28.1: Alternating Current (3)
    • 28.2: Circuit Elements in AC Circuits (1)
    • 28.3: LC Circuits (1)
    • 28.4: Driven RLC Circuits and Resonance (1)
    • 28.5-6: Power in AC Circuits and Transformers and Power Supplies
    • 28.6: Transformers and Power Supplies
    • 28: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 28: For Thought and Discussion (6)
    • 28: Extra Problems (15)

  • Chapter 29: Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves
    • 29.1: The Four Laws of Electromagnetism
    • 29.2: Ambiguity in Ampère's Law (2)
    • 29.3: Maxwell's Equations
    • 29.4: Electromagnetic Waves (2)
    • 29.5: Properties of Electromagnetic Waves (7)
    • 29.6: The Electromagnetic Spectrum
    • 29.7: Producing Electromagnetic Waves
    • 29.8: Energy and Momentum in Electromagnetic Waves (2)
    • 29: End of Chapter Problems (8)
    • 29: For Thought and Discussion (6)
    • 29: Extra Problems (20)

  • Chapter 30: Reflection and Refraction
    • 30.1: Reflection (2)
    • 30.2: Refraction (3)
    • 30.3: Total Internal Reflection (3)
    • 30.4: Dispersion
    • 30: End of Chapter Problems (7)
    • 30: For Thought and Discussion (4)
    • 30: Extra Problems (10)

  • Chapter 31: Images and Optical Instruments
    • 31.1: Images with Mirrors (4)
    • 31.2: Images with Lenses (2)
    • 31.3: Refraction in Lenses: The Details
    • 31.4: Optical Instruments (1)
    • 31: End of Chapter Problems (8)
    • 31: For Thought and Discussion (8)
    • 31: Extra Problems (9)

  • Chapter 32: Interference and Diffraction
    • 32.1: Coherence and Interference
    • 32.2: Double-Slit Interference (2)
    • 32.3: Multiple-Slit Interference and Diffraction Gratings (2)
    • 32.4: Interferometry
    • 32.5: Huygen's Principle and Diffraction (3)
    • 32.6: The Diffraction Limit
    • 32: End of Chapter Problems (7)
    • 32: For Thought and Discussion (6)
    • 32: Extra Problems (17)

  • Chapter 33: Relativity
    • 33.1: Speed c Relative to What?
    • 33.2: Matter, Motion, and the Ether
    • 33.3: Special Relativity
    • 33.4: Space and Time in Relativity (4)
    • 33.5: Simultaneity Is Relative
    • 33.6: The Lorentz Trasformations
    • 33.7: Energy and Momentum in Relativity
    • 33.8: Electromagnetism and Relativity
    • 33.9: General Relativity
    • 33: End of Chapter Problems (10)
    • 33: For Thought and Discussion (3)
    • 33: Extra Problems (6)

  • Chapter 34: Particles and Waves
    • 34.1: Toward Quantum Theory
    • 34.2: Blackbody Radiation (2)
    • 34.3: Photons (2)
    • 34.4: Atomic Spectra and the Bohr Atom (2)
    • 34.5: Matter Waves (3)
    • 34.6: The Uncertainty Principle (2)
    • 34.7: Complementarity
    • 34: End of Chapter Problems (11)
    • 34: For Thought and Discussion (8)
    • 34: Extra Problems (17)

  • Chapter 35: Quantum Mechanics
    • 35.1: Particles, Waves, and Probability
    • 35.2: The Schrödinger Equation (1)
    • 35.3: Particles and Potentials (1)
    • 35.4: Quantum Mechanics in Three Dimensions
    • 35.5: Relativistic Quantum Mechanics
    • 35: End of Chapter Problems (6)
    • 35: Extra Problems (5)

  • Chapter 36: Atomic Physics
    • 36.1: The Hydrogen Atom (3)
    • 36.2: Electron Spin
    • 36.3: The Exclusion Principle
    • 36.4: Multielectron Atoms and the Periodic Table
    • 36.5: Transitions and Atomic Spectra (1)
    • 36: End of Chapter Problems (6)
    • 36: For Thought and Discussion (1)
    • 36: Extra Problems (2)

  • Chapter 37: Molecules and Solids
    • 37.1: Molecular Bonding
    • 37.2: Molecular Energy Levels (1)
    • 37.3: Solids (1)
    • 37.4: Superconductivity
    • 37: End of Chapter Problems (8)
    • 37: Extra Problems (1)

  • Chapter 38: Nuclear Physics
    • 38.1: Elements, Isotopes, and Nuclear Structure (2)
    • 38.2: Radioactivity
    • 38.3: Binding Energy and Nucleosynthesis (1)
    • 38.4: Nuclear Fission
    • 38.5: Nuclear Fusion
    • 38: End of Chapter Problems (7)
    • 38: For Thought and Discussion (1)
    • 38: Extra Problems (14)

  • Chapter 39: From Quarks to the Cosmos
    • 39.1: Particles and Forces
    • 39.2: Particles and More Particles (3)
    • 39.3: Quarks and the Standard Model (1)
    • 39.4: Unification (1)
    • 39.5: The Evolving Universe (2)
    • 39: End of Chapter Problems (3)
    • 39: Extra Problems (3)

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32.P 7 034 037 038 046 048 057 061
32.TD 6 001 002 003 004 005 006
32.XP 17 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017
Chapter 33: Relativity
33.E 4 015 016 017 019
33.P 10 030 032 033 036 039 045 047 053 055 057
33.TD 3 001 002 003
33.XP 6 001 002 003 004 005 006
Chapter 34: Particles and Waves
34.E 11 016 019 022 024 025 028 029 030 032 035 036
34.P 11 038 046 049 051 055 058 059 061 062 063 065
34.TD 8 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008
34.XP 17 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014 015 016 017
Chapter 35: Quantum Mechanics
35.E 2 011 015
35.P 6 030 032 033 035 037 041
35.XP 5 001 002 003 004 005
Chapter 36: Atomic Physics
36.E 4 015 019 020 032
36.P 6 036 039 040 047 051 052
36.TD 1 001
36.XP 2 001 002
Chapter 37: Molecules and Solids
37.E 2 018 027
37.P 8 029 030 036 041 052 053 055 064
37.XP 1 001
Chapter 38: Nuclear Physics
38.E 3 014 016 027
38.P 7 036 037 039 042 045 047 049
38.TD 1 001
38.XP 14 001 002 003 004 005 006 007 008 009 010 011 012 013 014
Chapter 39: From Quarks to the Cosmos
39.E 7 019 022 023 025 027 030 035
39.P 3 036 039 042
39.XP 3 001 002 003
Total 1263