# Physics 7th edition

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• Chapter 1: Introduction
• 1.1: What is Physics?
• 1.2: What Part is Played by Mathematics?
• 1.3: How Should I Study Physics?

• Chapter 2: Technical Mathematics
• 2.1: Signed Numbers (6)
• 2.2: Algebra Review (4)
• 2.3: Exponents and Radicals (2)
• 2.4: Solution to Quadratic Equations
• 2.5: Scientific Notation (3)
• 2.6: Graphs
• 2.7: Geometry
• 2.8: Right Triangle Trigonometry (2)

• Chapter 3: Technical Measurements and Vectors
• 3.1: Physical Quantities
• 3.2: The International System
• 3.3: Measurement of Length
• 3.4: Significant Figures
• 3.5: Measuring Instruments
• 3.6: Unit Conversions (3)
• 3.7: Vector and Scalar Quantities
• 3.8: Addition of Vectors by Graphical Methods (3)
• 3.9: Force and Vectors
• 3.10: The Resultant Force
• 3.11: Trigonometry and Vectors (5)
• 3.12: The Component Method of Vector Addition (3)
• 3.13: Unit Vector Notation
• 3.14: Vector Difference (4)
• 3: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 4: Translational Equilibrium and Friction
• 4.1: Newton's First Law
• 4.2: Newton's Second Law
• 4.3: Newton's Third Law
• 4.4: Equilibrium
• 4.5: Free-Body Diagrams
• 4.6: Solution of Equilibrium Problems (6)
• 4.7: Friction (11)
• 4: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 5: Torque and Rotational Equilibrium
• 5.1: Conditions for Equilibrium
• 5.2: The Moment Arm
• 5.3: Torque (3)
• 5.4: Resultant Torque (1)
• 5.5: Equilibrium (9)
• 5.6: Center of Gravity (4)
• 5: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 6: Uniform Acceleration
• 6.1: Speed and Velocity (5)
• 6.2: Acceleration
• 6.3: Uniform Acceleration (3)
• 6.4: Other Useful Relations
• 6.5: Solutions to Acceleration Problems
• 6.6: Sign Convention in Acceleration Problems
• 6.7: Gravity and Free Falling Bodies (4)
• 6.8: Projectile Motion
• 6.9: Horizontal Projection (3)
• 6.10: The More General Problem of Trajectories (2)
• 6: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 7: Newton's Second Law
• 7.1: Newton's Second Law of Motion (4)
• 7.2: The Relationship Between Weight and Mass (3)
• 7.3: Application of Newton's Second Law to Single-Body Problems (5)
• 7.4: Problem-Solving Techniques (5)
• 7: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 8: Work, Energy, and Power
• 8.1: Work (3)
• 8.2: Resultant Work (2)
• 8.3: Energy
• 8.4: Work and Kinetic Energy (3)
• 8.5: Potential Energy (2)
• 8.6: Conservation of Energy (3)
• 8.7: Energy and Friction Forces (2)
• 8.8: Power (3)
• 8: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 9: Impulse and Momentum
• 9.1: Impulse and Momentum (5)
• 9.2: The Law Conservation of Momentum (6)
• 9.3: Elastic and Inelastic Impacts (6)
• 9: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 10: Uniform Circular Motion
• 10.1: Motion in a Circular Path
• 10.2: Centripetal Acceleration (3)
• 10.3: Centripetal Force (2)
• 10.4: Banking Curves (3)
• 10.5: The Conical Pendulum (2)
• 10.6: Motion in a Vertical Circle (2)
• 10.7: Gravitation (2)
• 10.8: The Gravitational Field and Weight
• 10.9: Satellites in circular Orbits
• 10.10: Kepler's Laws (3)
• 10: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 11: Rotation of Rigid Bodies
• 11.1: Angular Displacement
• 11.2: Angular Velocity
• 11.3: Angular Acceleration
• 11.4: Relationship Between Rotational and Linear Motion (3)
• 11.5: Rotational Kinetic Energy, Moment of Inertia (3)
• 11.6: The Second Law of Motion and Rotation (3)
• 11.7: Rotational Work and Power (3)
• 11.8: Combined Rotation and Translation (2)
• 11.9: Angular Momentum
• 11.10: Conservation of Angular Momentum (3)
• 11: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 12: Simple Machines
• 12.1: Simple Machines and Efficiency
• 12.3: The Lever
• 12.4: Applications of the Lever Principle (7)
• 12.5: The Transmission of Torque (3)
• 12.6: The Inclined Plane
• 12.7: Applications of the Inclined Plane (3)
• 12: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 13: Elasticity
• 13.1: Elastic Properties of matter (4)
• 13.2: Young's Modulus (6)
• 13.3: Shear Modulus (4)
• 13.4: Volume Elasticity: Bulk Modulus (3)
• 13.5: Other Physical Properties of Metals
• 13: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 14: Simple Harmonic Motion
• 14.1: Periodic Motion
• 14.2: Newton's Second Law (4)
• 14.3: Work and Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion (2)
• 14.4: The Reference Circle and Simple Harmonic Motion
• 14.5: Velocity in Simple Harmonic Motion (3)
• 14.6: Acceleration in Simple Harmonic Motion (3)
• 14.7: The Period and Frequency (1)
• 14.8: The Simple Pendulum (2)
• 14.9: The Torsion Pendulum (2)
• 14: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 15: Fluids
• 15.1: Density (2)
• 15.2: Pressure
• 15.3: Fluid Pressure (3)
• 15.4: Measuring Pressure
• 15.5: The Hydraulic Pressure (3)
• 15.6: Archimedes Principle (3)
• 15.7: Fluid Flow (3)
• 15.8: Pressure and Velocity
• 15.9: Bernoulli's Equation
• 15.10: Applications of Bernoulli's Equation (3)
• 15: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 16: Temperature and Expansion
• 16.1: Temperature and Thermal Energy
• 16.2: The Measurement of Temperature (6)
• 16.3: The Gas Thermometer
• 16.4: The Absolute Temperature Scale
• 16.5: Linear Expansion
• 16.6: Area Expansion
• 16.7: Volume Expansion (11)
• 16.8: The Unusual Expansion of Water
• 16: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 17: Quantity of Heat
• 17.1: The Meaning of Heat
• 17.2: The Quantity of Heat
• 17.3: Specific Heat Capacity (7)
• 17.4: The Measurement of Heat (5)
• 17.5: Change of Phase (5)
• 17.6: Heat of Combustion
• 17: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 18: Transfer of Heat
• 18.1: Methods of Heat Transfer
• 18.2: Conduction (9)
• 18.3: Insulation: The R-value
• 18.4: Convection
• 18: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 19: Thermal Properties of Matter
• 19.1: Ideal Gases Boyle's Law and Charles' Law
• 19.2: Gay-Lussac's Law
• 19.3: General Gas Laws (6)
• 19.4: Molecular Mass and the Mole (2)
• 19.5: The Ideal Gas Law (3)
• 19.6: Liquefaction of a Gas
• 19.7: Vaporization
• 19.8: Vapor Pressure
• 19.9: Triple Point
• 19.10: Humidity (2)
• 19: Conceptual Questions (2)

• Chapter 20: Thermodynamics
• 20.1: Heat and Work
• 20.2: The Internal Energy Function
• 20.3: The First Law of Thermodynamics (3)
• 20.4: Isobaric Processes and the P-V Diagram (1)
• 20.5: The General Case for the First Law
• 20.7: Isochoric Processes
• 20.8: Isothermal Processes (4)
• 20.9: The Second Law of Thermodynamics (4)
• 20.10: The Carnot Cycle
• 20.11: The Efficiency of an Ideal Engine
• 20.12: Internal combustion Engines
• 20.13: Refrigeration
• 20: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 21: Mechanical Waves
• 21.1: Mechanical Waves
• 21.2: Types of Waves
• 21.3: Calculating Wave Speed
• 21.4: Periodic Wave Motion (7)
• 21.5: Energy of a Periodic Wave (1)
• 21.6: The Superposition Principle
• 21.7: Standing Waves
• 21.8: Characteristic Frequencies (4)
• 21: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 22: Sound
• 22.1: Production of a Sound Wave
• 22.2: The Speed of Sound (2)
• 22.3: Vibrating Air Columns (2)
• 22.4: Forced Vibration and Resonance
• 22.5: Audible Sound Waves (3)
• 22.6: Pitch and Quality
• 22.7: Interference and Beats
• 22.8: The Doppler Effect (3)
• 22: Conceptual Questions (2)

• Chapter 23: The Electric Force
• 23.1: The Electric Charge
• 23.2: The Electron
• 23.3: Insulators and Conductors
• 23.4: The Gold-Leaf Electroscope
• 23.5: Redistribution of Charge
• 23.6: Charging by Induction
• 23.7: Coulomb's Law (7)
• 23: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 24: The Electric Field
• 24.1: The Concept of a Field (4)
• 24.2: Computing the Electric Intensity
• 24.3: Electric Field Lines (3)
• 24.4: Gauss's Law
• 24.5: Applications of Gauss's Law (1)
• 24: Conceptual Questions (3)

• Chapter 25: Electric Potential
• 25.1: Electric Potential Energy (7)
• 25.2: Calculating Potential Energy
• 25.3: Potential
• 25.4: Potential Difference (2)
• 25.5: Millikan's Oil-Drop Experiment
• 25.6: The Electronvolt
• 25: Conceptual Questions (2)

• Chapter 26: Capacitance
• 26.1: Limitations on Charging a Conductor
• 26.2: The Capacitor (3)
• 26.3: Computing the Capacitance (3)
• 26.4: Dielectric Constant: Permittivity
• 26.5: Capacitors in Parallel and in Series (5)
• 26.6: Energy of a Charged Capacitor (3)
• 26: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 27: Current and Resistance
• 27.1: The Motion of Electric Charge
• 27.2: The Direction of Electric Current
• 27.3: Electromotive Force
• 27.4: Ohm's Law: Resistance (4)
• 27.5: Electric Power and Heat Loss (4)
• 27.6: Resistivity (2)
• 27.7: Temperature Coefficient of Resistance (2)
• 27.8: Superconductivity
• 27: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 28: Direct-Current Circuits
• 28.1: Simple circuits: Resistors in Series
• 28.2: Resistors in Parallel (6)
• 28.3: EMF and Terminal Potential Difference (5)
• 28.4: Measuring Internal Resistance
• 28.5: Reversing the Current Through a Source of EMF
• 28.6: Kirchhoff's Laws (2)
• 28: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 29: Magnetism and the Magnetic Field
• 29.1: Magnetism (3)
• 29.2: Magnetic Fields
• 29.3: The Modern Theory of Magnetism
• 29.4: Flux Density and Permeability
• 29.5: Magnetic Field and Electric Current
• 29.6: The Force on a Moving charge (2)
• 29.7: Force on a Current-Carrying Wire (3)
• 29.8: Magnetic Field of Long, Straight Wire
• 29.9: Other Magnetic Fields (3)
• 29.10: Hysteresis
• 29: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 30: Forces and Torques in a Magnetic Field
• 30.1: Force and Torque on a Loop (3)
• 30.2: Magnetic Torque on a Solenoid
• 30.3: The Galvanometer
• 30.4: The DC Voltmeter
• 30.5: The DC Ammeter (5)
• 30.6: The DC Motor
• 30: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 31: Electromagnetic Induction
• 31.2: EMF Induced by a Moving Wire (4)
• 31.3: Lenz's Law
• 31.4: The AC Generator
• 31.5: The DC Generator (4)
• 31.6: Back EMF in a Motor (4)
• 31.7: Types of Motors
• 31.8: The Transformer (4)
• 31: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 32: Alternating Current Circuits
• 32.1: The Capacitor (2)
• 32.2: The Inductor (2)
• 32.3: Alternating Current (3)
• 32.4: Phase Relation in AC Circuits
• 32.5: Reactance (2)
• 32.6: The Series AC Circuit (3)
• 32.7: Resonance
• 32.8: The Power Factor
• 32: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 33: Light and Illumination
• 33.1: What Is Light?
• 33.2: The Propagation of Light
• 33.3: The Electromagnetic Spectrum (3)
• 33.4: The Quantum Theory
• 33.5: Light Rays and Shadows (3)
• 33.6: Luminous Flux
• 33.7: Luminous Intensity
• 33.8: Illumination (4)
• 33: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 34: Reflection and Mirrors
• 34.1: The Laws of Reflection
• 34.2: Plane Mirrors (2)
• 34.3: Spherical Mirrors (2)
• 34.4: Images Formed by Spherical Mirrors
• 34.5: The Mirror Equation
• 34.6: Magnification (3)
• 34.7: Spherical Aberration
• 34: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 35: Refraction
• 35.1: Index of Refraction (2)
• 35.2: The Laws of Refraction (4)
• 35.3: Wavelength and Refraction (3)
• 35.4: Dispersion
• 35.5: Total Internal Reflection (3)
• 35.6: Fiber Optics and Applications
• 35.7: Is Seeing the Same as Believing?
• 35.8: Apparent Depth
• 35: Conceptual Questions (2)

• Chapter 36: Lenses and Optical Instruments
• 36.1: Simple Lenses
• 36.2: Focal Length and the Lensmaker Equation (6)
• 36.3: Image Formation by Thin Lenses (7)
• 36.4: The Lens Equation and Magnification (4)
• 36.5: Combinations of Lenses
• 36.6: The Compound Microscope
• 36.7: Telescope
• 36.8: Lens Aberrations
• 36: Conceptual Questions (1)

• Chapter 37: Interference Diffraction, and Polarization
• 37.1: Diffraction
• 37.2: Young's Experiment: Interference (6)
• 37.3: The Diffraction Grating (6)
• 37.4: Resolving Power of Instruments (5)
• 37.5: Polarization
• 37: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 38: Modern Physics and the Atom
• 38.1: Relativity (6)
• 38.2: Simultaneous Events: The Relativity of Time
• 38.3: Relativistic Length, Mass, and Time
• 38.4: Mass and Energy
• 38.5: Quantum Theory and the Photoelectric Effect (4)
• 38.6: Waves and particles (5)
• 38.7: The Rutherford Atom
• 38.8: Electron Orbits
• 38.9: Atomic Spectra (2)
• 38.10: The Bohr Atom
• 38.11: Energy Levels
• 38.12: Lasers and Laser Light
• 38.13: Modern Atomic Theory
• 38: Conceptual Questions

• Chapter 39: Nuclear Physics and the Nucleus
• 39.1: The Atomic Nucleus
• 39.2: The Elements (3)
• 39.3: The Atomic Mass Unit (3)
• 39.4: Isotopes
• 39.5: The Mass Defect and Binding Energy (4)
• 39.8: Half-Life
• 39.9: Nuclear Reactions (2)
• 39.10: Nuclear Fission
• 39.11: Nuclear Reactors
• 39.12: Nuclear Fusion
• 39: Conceptual Questions

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Chapter 3: Technical Measurements and Vectors
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Chapter 4: Translational Equilibrium and Friction
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Chapter 8: Work, Energy, and Power
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Chapter 11: Rotation of Rigid Bodies
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Chapter 12: Simple Machines
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Chapter 13: Elasticity
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Chapter 16: Temperature and Expansion
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Chapter 17: Quantity of Heat
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Chapter 18: Transfer of Heat
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Chapter 19: Thermal Properties of Matter
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Chapter 20: Thermodynamics
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Chapter 21: Mechanical Waves
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Chapter 22: Sound
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Chapter 25: Electric Potential
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Chapter 28: Direct-Current Circuits
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Chapter 29: Magnetism and the Magnetic Field
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Chapter 30: Forces and Torques in a Magnetic Field
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Chapter 31: Electromagnetic Induction
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Chapter 32: Alternating Current Circuits
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Chapter 33: Light and Illumination
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Chapter 34: Reflection and Mirrors
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Chapter 35: Refraction
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Chapter 36: Lenses and Optical Instruments
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Chapter 37: Interference Diffraction, and Polarization
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Chapter 38: Modern Physics and the Atom
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Chapter 39: Nuclear Physics and the Nucleus
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