Essential University Physics (3rd Edition) - 3rd Edition - by Richard Wolfson - ISBN 9780134202709
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3rd Edition
Richard Wolfson
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ISBN: 9780134202709

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Chapter 3.1 - VectorsChapter 3.2 - Velocity And Accelerations VectorsChapter 3.3 - Relative MotionChapter 3.4 - Constant AccelerationChapter 3.5 - Projectile MotionChapter 3.6 - Uniform Circular MotionChapter 4 - Force And MotionChapter 4.2 - Newton's First And Second LawsChapter 4.4 - The Force Of GravityChapter 4.5 - Using Newton's Second LawChapter 4.6 - Newton's Third LawChapter 5 - Using Newton's LawsChapter 5.1 - Using Newton's Second LawChapter 5.2 - Multiple ObjectsChapter 5.3 - Circular MotionChapter 5.4 - FrictionChapter 6 - Energy, Work, And PowerChapter 6.2 - Working With NumbersChapter 6.3 - Forces That VaryChapter 6.4 - Kinetic EnergyChapter 6.5 - PowerChapter 7 - Conservation Of EnergyChapter 7.1 - Conservative And Nonconservative ForcesChapter 7.2 - Potential EnergyChapter 7.3 - Conservation Of Mechanical EnergyChapter 7.4 - Nonconservative ForcesChapter 7.5 - Conservation Of EnergyChapter 7.6 - Potential-energy CurvesChapter 8 - GravityChapter 8.2 - Universal GravitationChapter 8.3 - Orbital MotionChapter 8.4 - Gravitational EnergyChapter 9 - Systems Of ParticlesChapter 9.1 - Center Of MassChapter 9.2 - MomentumChapter 9.3 - Kinetic Energy Of A SystemChapter 9.4 - CollisionsChapter 9.5 - Totally Inelastic CollisionsChapter 9.6 - Elastic CollisionsChapter 10 - Rotational MotionChapter 10.1 - Angular Velocity And AccelerationChapter 10.2 - TorqueChapter 10.3 - Rotational Inertia And The Analog Of Newton's LawChapter 10.4 - Rotational EnergyChapter 10.5 - Rolling MotionChapter 11 - Rotational Vectors And Angular MomentumChapter 11.1 - Angular Velocity And Acceleration VectorsChapter 11.2 - Torque And Vector Cross ProductChapter 11.3 - Angular MomentumChapter 11.4 - Conservation Of Angular MomentumChapter 11.5 - Gyroscopes And PrecessionChapter 12 - Static EquilibriumChapter 12.1 - Conditions For EquilibriumChapter 12.2 - Center Of GravityChapter 12.3 - Examples Of Static EquilibriumChapter 12.4 - StabilityChapter 13 - Oscillatory MotionChapter 13.1 - Describing Oscillatory MotionChapter 13.2 - Simple Harmonic MotionChapter 13.3 - Applications Of Simple Harmonic MotionsChapter 13.4 - Circular Motion And Harmonic MotionChapter 13.5 - Energy In Simple Harmonic MotionChapter 13.6 - Damped Harmonic MotionChapter 13.7 - Driven Oscillations And ResonanceChapter 14 - Wave MotionChapter 14.1 - Waves And Their PropertiesChapter 14.2 - Wave MathChapter 14.3 - Waves On A StringChapter 14.4 - Sound WavesChapter 14.5 - InterferenceChapter 14.6 - Reflection And RefractionChapter 14.7 - Standing WavesChapter 14.8 - The Doppler Effect And Shock WavesChapter 15 - Fluid MotionChapter 15.1 - Desnsity And PressureChapter 15.2 - Hydrostatic EquilibriumChapter 15.3 - Archimedes' Principle And BuoyancyChapter 15.4 - Fluid DynamicsChapter 15.5 - Applications Of Fluid DynamicsChapter 16 - Temperature And HeatChapter 16.1 - Heat, Temperature, And Thermodynamic EquilibriumChapter 16.2 - Heat Capacity And Specific HeatChapter 16.3 - Heat TransferChapter 16.4 - Themal-energy BalanceChapter 17 - The Thermal Behavior Of MatterChapter 17.1 - GasesChapter 17.2 - Phase ChangesChapter 17.3 - Thermal ExpansionChapter 18 - Heat, Work, And The First Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 18.2 - Thermodynamic ProcessesChapter 18.3 - Specific Heats Of An Ideal GasChapter 19 - The Second Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 19.1 - Reversibility And IrreversibilityChapter 19.2 - The Second Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 19.3 - Applications Of The Second LawChapter 19.4 - Entropy And Energy QualityChapter 20 - Electric Charge, Force, And FieldChapter 20.1 - Electric ChargeChapter 20.2 - Coulomb's LawChapter 20.3 - The Electric FieldChapter 20.4 - Fields Of Charge DistributionsChapter 20.5 - Matter In Electric FieldsChapter 21 - Gauss's LawChapter 21.1 - Electric Field LinesChapter 21.2 - Electric Field And Electric FluxChapter 21.3 - Gauss's LawChapter 21.4 - Using Gauss's LawChapter 21.5 - Fields Of Arbitrary Charge DistributionsChapter 21.6 - Gauss's Law And ConductorsChapter 22 - Electric PotentialChapter 22.1 - Electric Potential DifferenceChapter 22.2 - Calculating Potential DifferenceChapter 22.3 - Potential Difference And The Electric FieldChapter 23 - Electrostatic Energy And CapacitorsChapter 23.1 - Electrostatic EnergyChapter 23.2 - CapacitorsChapter 23.3 - Using CapacitorsChapter 23.4 - Energy In The Electric FieldChapter 24 - Electric CurrentChapter 24.1 - Electric CurrentChapter 24.2 - Conduction MechanismsChapter 24.3 - Resistance And Ohm's LawChapter 24.4 - Electric PowerChapter 24.5 - Electrical SafetyChapter 25 - Electric CircuitsChapter 25.1 - Circuits, Symbols, And Electromative ForceChapter 25.2 - Series And Parallel ResistorsChapter 25.3 - Kirchhoff's Laws And Multiloop CircuitsChapter 25.4 - Electrical MeasurmentsChapter 25.5 - Capacitors In CircuitsChapter 26 - Magnetism: Force And FieldChapter 26.2 - Magnetic Force And FieldChapter 26.3 - Charged Particles In Magnetic FieldsChapter 26.4 - The Magnetic Force On A CurrentChapter 26.5 - Origin Of The Magnetic FieldChapter 26.6 - Magnetic DipolesChapter 26.7 - Magnetic MatterChapter 26.8 - Ampere's LawChapter 27 - Electromagnetic InductionChapter 27.3 - Induction And EnergyChapter 27.5 - Magnetic EnegryChapter 27.6 - Induced Electric FieldsChapter 28 - Alternating-current CircuitsChapter 28.1 - Alternating CurrentChapter 28.2 - Circuit Elements In Ac CircuitsChapter 28.3 - Lc CicuitsChapter 28.4 - Driven Rlc Circuits And ResonanceChapter 28.5 - Power In Ac CircuitsChapter 28.6 - Transformers And Power SuppliesChapter 29 - Maxwell's Equations And Electromagnetic WavesChapter 29.2 - Ambiguity In Ampere's LawChapter 29.5 - Properties Of Electromagnetic WavesChapter 29.6 - The Electromagentic SpectrumChapter 29.7 - Producing Electromagnetic WavesChapter 29.8 - Energy And Momentum In Electromagnetic WavesChapter 30 - Reflection And RefractionChapter 30.1 - ReflectionChapter 30.2 - RefractionChapter 30.3 - Total Internal ReflectionChapter 30.4 - DispersionChapter 31 - Images And Optical InstrumentsChapter 31.1 - Images With MirrorsChapter 31.2 - Images With LensesChapter 31.3 - Refraction In Lenses: The DetailsChapter 31.4 - Optical InstrumentsChapter 32 - Interference And DiffractionChapter 32.1 - Coherence And InterferenceChapter 32.2 - Double-slit InterferenceChapter 32.4 - InterferometryChapter 32.5 - Huygen's Principle And DiffractionChapter 32.6 - The Diffraction LimitChapter 33 - RelativityChapter 33.2 - Matter, Motion, And The EtherChapter 33.4 - Space And Time In RelativityChapter 33.5 - Simultaneity Is RelativeChapter 33.7 - Energy And Momentum In RelativityChapter 34 - Particles And WavesChapter 34.2 - Blackbody RadiationChapter 34.3 - PhotonsChapter 34.4 - Atomic Spectra And Bohr AtomChapter 34.5 - Matter WavesChapter 34.6 - The Uncertainty PrincipleChapter 35 - Quantum MechanicsChapter 35.1 - Particles, Waves, And ProbabilityChapter 35.2 - The Schrodinger EquationChapter 35.3 - Particles And PotentialsChapter 35.4 - Quantum Mechanics In Three DimensionsChapter 36 - Atomic PhysicsChapter 36.1 - The Hydrogen AtomChapter 36.2 - Electron SpinChapter 36.3 - The Exclusion PrincipleChapter 36.4 - Multielectron Atoms And The Periodic TableChapter 36.5 - Transitions And Atomic SpectraChapter 37 - Molecules And SolidsChapter 37.1 - Molecular BondingChapter 37.2 - Molecular Energy LevelsChapter 37.3 - SolidsChapter 38 - Nuclear PhysicsChapter 38.1 - Elements, Isotopes, And Nuclear StructureChapter 38.2 - RadioactivityChapter 38.3 - Binding Energy And NucleosynthesisChapter 38.4 - Nuclear FissionChapter 38.5 - Nuclear FusionChapter 39 - From Quarks To The Cosmos

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Just the Essentials Richard Wolfson's Essential University Physics, Third Edition is a concise and progressive calculus-based physics textbook that offers clear writing, great problems, and relevant real-life applications in an affordable and streamlined text. Essential University Physics teaches sound problem-solving skills, emphasizes conceptual understanding, and makes connections to the real world. Features such as annotated figures and step-by-step problem-solving strategies help students master concepts and solve problems with confidence.

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