# An Introduction to Physical Science International Edition 13th edition

James T. Shipman, Jerry D. Wilson and Charles A. Higgins, Jr.
Publisher: Cengage Learning

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• Chapter 1: Measurement
• 1.1: The Physical Sciences
• 1.2: Scientific Investigation
• 1.3: The Senses
• 1.4: Standard Units and Systems of Units
• 1.5: More on the Metric System (8)
• 1.6: Derived Units and Conversion Factors (12)
• 1.7: Significant Figures (6)
• 1: Multiple Choice (13)
• 1: Extra Problems (1)

• Chapter 2: Motion
• 2.1: Defining Motion
• 2.2: Speed and Velocity (10)
• 2.3: Acceleration (8)
• 2.4: Acceleration in Uniform Circular Motion (2)
• 2.5: Projectile Motion (2)
• 2: Multiple Choice (12)
• 2: Extra Problems

• Chapter 3: Force and Motion
• 3.1: Force and Net Force (2)
• 3.2: Newton's First Law of Motion
• 3.3: Newton's Second Law of Motion (8)
• 3.4: Newton's Third Law of Motion
• 3.5: Newton's Law of Gravitation (6)
• 3.6: Archimedes' Principle and Buoyancy (2)
• 3.7: Momentum (6)
• 3: Multiple Choice (15)
• 3: Extra Problems (1)

• Chapter 4: Work and Energy
• 4.1: Work (8)
• 4.2: Kinetic Energy and Potential Energy (8)
• 4.3: Conservation of Energy (4)
• 4.4: Power (5)
• 4.5: Forms of Energy and Consumption
• 4.6: Alternative and Renewable Energy Sources
• 4: Multiple Choice (14)
• 4: Extra Problems (1)

• Chapter 5: Temperature and Heat
• 5.1: Temperature (6)
• 5.2: Heat (6)
• 5.3: Specific Heat and Latent Heat (6)
• 5.4: Heat Transfer
• 5.5: Phases of Matter
• 5.6: The Kinetic Theory of Gases (6)
• 5.7: Thermodynamics
• 5: Multiple Choice (12)
• 5: Extra Problems

• Chapter 6: Waves and Sound
• 6.1: Waves and Energy Propagation
• 6.2: Wave Properties (4)
• 6.3: Light Waves (6)
• 6.4: Sound Waves (8)
• 6.5: The Doppler Effect
• 6.6: Standing Waves and Resonance
• 6: Multiple Choice (13)
• 6: Extra Problems

• Chapter 7: Optics and Wave Effects
• 7.1: Reflection (4)
• 7.2: Refraction and Dispersion (4)
• 7.3: Spherical Mirrors (4)
• 7.4: Lenses (6)
• 7.5: Polarization
• 7.6: Diffraction and Interference
• 7: Multiple Choice (12)
• 7: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 8: Electricity and Magnetism
• 8.1: Electric Charge, Electric Force, and Electric Field (6)
• 8.2: Current, Voltage, and Electrical Power (18)
• 8.3: Simple Electric Circuits and Electrical Safety
• 8.4: Magnetism
• 8.5: Electromagnetism (4)
• 8: Multiple Choice (13)
• 8: Extra Problems

• Chapter 9: Atomic Physics
• 9.1: Early Concepts of the Atom
• 9.2: The Dual Nature of Light (4)
• 9.3: Bohr Theory of the Hydrogen Atom (6)
• 9.4: Microwave Ovens, X-Rays, and Lasers
• 9.5: Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle
• 9.6: Matter Waves (2)
• 9.7: The Electron Cloud Model of the Atom
• 9: Multiple Choice (14)
• 9: Extra Problems

• Chapter 10: Nuclear Physics
• 10.1: Symbols of the Elements
• 10.2: The Atomic Nucleus (4)
• 10.3: Radioactivity and Half-Life (18)
• 10.4: Nuclear Reactions (2)
• 10.5: Nuclear Fission (2)
• 10.6: Nuclear Fusion (2)
• 10.8: Elementary Particles
• 10: Multiple Choice (15)
• 10: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 11: The Chemical Elements
• 11.1: Classification of Matter (6)
• 11.2: Discovery of the Elements (4)
• 11.3: Occurrence of the Elements
• 11.4: The Periodic Table (15)
• 11.5: Naming Compounds (3)
• 11.6: Groups of Elements (2)
• 11: Multiple Choice (12)
• 11: Extra Problems

• Chapter 12: Chemical Bonding
• 12.1: Law of Conservation of Mass (4)
• 12.2: Law of Definite Proportions (8)
• 12.3: Dalton's Atomic Theory
• 12.4: Ionic Bonding (8)
• 12.5: Covalent Bonding (10)
• 12.6: Hydrogen Bonding
• 12: Multiple Choice (14)
• 12: Extra Problems

• Chapter 13: Chemical Reactions
• 13.1: Balancing Chemical Equations (6)
• 13.2: Energy and Rate of Reaction (2)
• 13.3: Acids and Bases (4)
• 13.4: Single-Replacement Reactions (4)
• 13: Multiple Choice (12)
• 13: Extra Problems

• Chapter 14: Organic Chemistry
• 14.1: Bonding in Organic Compounds (2)
• 14.2: Aromatic Hydrocarbons (2)
• 14.3: Aliphatic Hydrocarbons (10)
• 14.4: Derivatives of Hydrocarbons (4)
• 14.5: Synthetic Polymers (4)
• 14.6: Biochemistry
• 14: Multiple Choice (12)
• 14: Extra Problems

• Chapter 15: Place and Time
• 15.1: Cartesian Coordinates
• 15.2: Latitude and Longitude (6)
• 15.3: Time (8)
• 15.4: Determining Latitude and Longitude (14)
• 15.5: The Seasons and the Calendar
• 15.6: Precession of the Earth's Axis
• 15: Multiple Choice (20)
• 15: Extra Problems (1)

• Chapter 16: The Solar System
• 16.1: The Solar System and Planetary Motion (12)
• 16.2: Major Planet Classifications and Orbits
• 16.3: The Planet Earth
• 16.4: The Terrestrial Planets
• 16.5: The Jovian Planets
• 16.6: The Dwarf Planets
• 16.7: The Origin of the Solar System
• 16.8: Other Planetary Systems
• 16: Multiple Choice (18)
• 16: Extra Problems

• Chapter 17: Moons and Small Solar System Bodies
• 17.1: Structure, Origin, and Features of the Earth's Moon (2)
• 17.2: Lunar Motion Effects: Phases, Eclipses, and Tides (12)
• 17.3: Moons of the Terrestrial Planets
• 17.4: Moons of the Jovian Planets
• 17.5: Moons of the Dwarf Planets
• 17.6: Small Solar System Bodies: Asteroids, Meteoroids, Comets, and Interplanetary Dust
• 17: Multiple Choice (26)
• 17: Extra Problems

• Chapter 18: The Universe
• 18.1: The Celestial Sphere (6)
• 18.2: The Sun: Our Closest Star
• 18.3: Classifying Stars (4)
• 18.4: The Life Cycle of Low-Mass Stars
• 18.5: The Life Cycle of High-Mass Stars
• 18.6: Galaxies
• 18.7: Cosmology (2)
• 18: Multiple Choice (20)
• 18: Applying Your Knowledge (3)
• 18: Extra Problems (6)

• Chapter 19: The Atmosphere
• 19.1: Composition and Structure (4)
• 19.2: Atmospheric Energy Content
• 19.3: Atmospheric Measurements and Observations (8)
• 19.4: Air Motion
• 19.5: Clouds
• 19: Multiple Choice (12)
• 19: Applying Your Knowledge (3)
• 19: Extra Problems

• Chapter 20: Atmospheric Effects
• 20.1: Condensation and Precipitation
• 20.2: Air Masses (6)
• 20.3: Storms
• 20.4: Atmospheric Pollution
• 20.5: Climate and Pollution
• 20: Multiple Choice (12)
• 20: Applying Your Knowledge (3)
• 20: Extra Problems

• Chapter 21: Structural Geology and Plate Tectonics
• 21.1: The Earth's Interior Structure
• 21.2: Continental Drift and Seafloor Spreading
• 21.3: Plate Tectonics
• 21.4: Plate Motion and Volcanoes
• 21.5: Earthquakes
• 21.6: Crustal Deformation and Mountain Building
• 21: Multiple Choice (12)
• 21: Applying Your Knowledge (7)
• 21: Extra Problems (4)

• Chapter 22: Minerals, Rocks, and Volcanoes
• 22.1: Minerals
• 22.2: Rocks
• 22.3: Igneous Rocks
• 22.4: Igneous Activity and Volcanoes
• 22.5: Sedimentary Rocks
• 22.6: Metamorphic Rocks
• 22: Multiple Choice (20)
• 22: Applying Your Knowledge (2)
• 22: Extra Problems (7)

• Chapter 23: Surface Processes
• 23.1: Weathering
• 23.2: Erosion
• 23.3: Groundwater
• 23.4: Shoreline and Seafloor Topography
• 23: Multiple Choice (12)
• 23: Applying Your Knowledge (3)
• 23: Extra Problems (2)

• Chapter 24: Geologic Time
• 24.1: Fossils
• 24.2: Relative Geologic Time (4)
• 24.4: The Age of the Earth
• 24.5: The Geologic Time Scale (2)
• 24: Multiple Choice (19)
• 24: Extra Problems (8)

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Chapter 2: Motion
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Chapter 3: Force and Motion
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Chapter 4: Work and Energy
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Chapter 5: Temperature and Heat
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Chapter 8: Electricity and Magnetism
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Chapter 9: Atomic Physics
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Chapter 10: Nuclear Physics
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Chapter 11: The Chemical Elements
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Chapter 12: Chemical Bonding
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Chapter 13: Chemical Reactions
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Chapter 14: Organic Chemistry
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Chapter 15: Place and Time
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Chapter 16: The Solar System
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Chapter 17: Moons and Small Solar System Bodies
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Chapter 18: The Universe
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Chapter 19: The Atmosphere
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Chapter 21: Structural Geology and Plate Tectonics
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Chapter 22: Minerals, Rocks, and Volcanoes
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Chapter 23: Surface Processes
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Chapter 24: Geologic Time
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