Physics 2000 1st edition

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E. R. Huggins
Publisher: Moose Mountain Digital Press


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  • 1: Principle of Relativity (2)
  • 2: Vectors (1)
  • 3: Description of Motion (3)
  • 4: Calculus in Physics (7)
  • 5: Computer Prediction of Motion (1)
  • 6: Mass (1)
  • 7: Conservation of Linear & Angular Momentum (2)
  • 8: Newtonian Mechanics
  • 9: Applications of Newton's Second Law
  • 10: Energy
  • 11: Systems of Particles (2)
  • 12: Rotational Motion (2)
  • 13: Equilibrium (1)
  • 14: Oscillations and Resonance (2)
  • 15: One Dimensional Wave Motion (1)
  • 16: Fourier Analysis, Normal Modes and Sound (1)
  • 17: Atoms, Molecules and Atomic Processes
  • 18: Entropy (1)
  • 19: The Electric Interaction
  • 20: Nucelar Matter
  • 23: Fluid Dynamics
  • 24: Coulomb's Law and Gauss' Law (3)
  • 25: Field Pilots and Electric Potential
  • 26: Electric Fields and Conductors (2)
  • 27: Basic Electric Circuits
  • 28: Magnetism
  • 29: Ampere's Law (2)
  • 30: Faraday's Law
  • 31: Induction and Magnetic Moment
  • 32: Maxwell's Equations
  • 33: Light Waves
  • 34: Photons
  • 35: Bohr Theory of Hydrogen
  • 36: Scattering of Waves
  • 37: Lasers, A Model Atom and Zero Point Energy
  • 38: Atoms
  • 39: Spin
  • 40: Quantum Mechanics

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Chapter 1: Principle of Relativity
1.E 2 03 07
Chapter 2: Vectors
2.E 1 13
Chapter 3: Description of Motion
3.E 3 01 04 07
Chapter 4: Calculus in Physics
4.E 7 A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7
Chapter 5: Computer Prediction of Motion
5.E 1 13
Chapter 6: Mass
6.E 1 08
Chapter 7: Conservation of Linear & Angular Momentum
7.E 2 04 06
Chapter 8: Newtonian Mechanics
8 0  
Chapter 9: Applications of Newton's Second Law
9 0  
Chapter 10: Energy
10 0  
Chapter 11: Systems of Particles
11.E 2 005 011
Chapter 12: Rotational Motion
12.E 2 002 009
Chapter 13: Equilibrium
13.E 1 010
Chapter 14: Oscillations and Resonance
14.E 2 002 006
Chapter 15: One Dimensional Wave Motion
15.E 1 001
Chapter 16: Fourier Analysis, Normal Modes and Sound
16.E 1 002
Chapter 17: Atoms, Molecules and Atomic Processes
17 0  
Chapter 18: Entropy
18.E 1 006
Chapter 19: The Electric Interaction
19 0  
Chapter 20: Nucelar Matter
20 0  
 Chapter 21
21 0  
 Chapter 22
22 0  
Chapter 23: Fluid Dynamics
23 0  
Chapter 24: Coulomb's Law and Gauss' Law
24.E 3 004 007 014
Chapter 25: Field Pilots and Electric Potential
25 0  
Chapter 26: Electric Fields and Conductors
26.E 2 008 009
Chapter 27: Basic Electric Circuits
27 0  
Chapter 28: Magnetism
28 0  
Chapter 29: Ampere's Law
29.E 2 008 009
Chapter 30: Faraday's Law
30 0  
Chapter 31: Induction and Magnetic Moment
31 0  
Chapter 32: Maxwell's Equations
32 0  
Chapter 33: Light Waves
33 0  
Chapter 34: Photons
34 0  
Chapter 35: Bohr Theory of Hydrogen
35 0  
Chapter 36: Scattering of Waves
36 0  
Chapter 37: Lasers, A Model Atom and Zero Point Energy
37 0  
Chapter 38: Atoms
38 0  
Chapter 39: Spin
39 0  
Chapter 40: Quantum Mechanics
40 0  
Total 34