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Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
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Chapter 2.3 - Average And Instantaneous AccelerationChapter 2.4 - Motion With Constant AccelerationChapter 2.5 - Freely Falling BodiesChapter 3 - Motion In Two Or Three DimensionsChapter 3.1 - Position And Velocity VectorsChapter 3.2 - The Acceleration VectorChapter 3.3 - Projectile MotionChapter 3.4 - Motion In A CircleChapter 3.5 - Relative VelocityChapter 4 - Newton’s Laws Of MotionChapter 4.1 - Force And InteractionsChapter 4.2 - Newton’s First LawChapter 4.3 - Newton’s Second LawChapter 4.4 - Mass And WeightChapter 4.5 - Newton’s Third LawChapter 5 - Applying Newton’s LawsChapter 5.1 - Using Newton’s First Law: Particles In EquilibriumChapter 5.2 - Using Newton’s Second Law: Dynamics Of ParticlesChapter 5.3 - Friction ForcesChapter 5.4 - Dynamics Of Circular MotionChapter 6 - Work And Kinetic EnergyChapter 6.1 - WorkChapter 6.2 - Kinetic Energy And The Work–energy TheoremChapter 6.3 - Work And Energy With Varying ForcesChapter 6.4 - PowerChapter 7 - Potential Energy And Energy ConservationChapter 7.1 - Gravitational Potential EnergyChapter 7.2 - Elastic Potential EnergyChapter 7.3 - Conservative And Nonconservative ForcesChapter 7.4 - Force And Potential EnergyChapter 7.5 - Energy DiagramsChapter 8 - Momentum, Impulse, And CollisionsChapter 8.1 - Momentum And ImpulseChapter 8.2 - Conservation Of MomentumChapter 8.3 - Momentum Conservation And CollisionsChapter 8.4 - Elastic CollisionsChapter 8.5 - Center Of MassChapter 8.6 - Rocket PropulsionChapter 9 - Rotation Of Rigid BodiesChapter 9.1 - Angular Velocity And AccelerationChapter 9.2 - Rotation With Constant Angular AccelerationChapter 9.3 - Relating Linear And Angular KinematicsChapter 9.4 - Energy In Rotational MotionChapter 9.5 - Parallel-axis TheoremChapter 9.6 - Moment-of-inertia CalculationsChapter 10 - Dynamics Of Rotational MotionChapter 10.1 - TorqueChapter 10.2 - Torque And Angular Acceleration For A Rigid BodyChapter 10.3 - Rigid-body Rotation About A Moving AxisChapter 10.4 - Work And Power In Rotational MotionChapter 10.5 - Angular MomentumChapter 10.6 - Conservation Of Angular MomentumChapter 10.7 - Gyroscopes And PrecessionChapter 11 - Equilibrium And ElasticityChapter 11.1 - Conditions For EquilibriumChapter 11.2 - Center Of GravityChapter 11.3 - Solving Rigid-body Equilibrium ProblemsChapter 11.4 - Stress, Strain, And Elastic ModuliChapter 11.5 - Elasticity And PlasticityChapter 12 - Fluid MechanicsChapter 12.1 - Gases, Liquids, And DensityChapter 12.2 - Pressure In A FluidChapter 12.3 - BuoyancyChapter 12.4 - Fluid FlowChapter 12.5 - Bernoulli’s EquationChapter 12.6 - Viscosity And TurbulenceChapter 13 - GravitationChapter 13.1 - Newton’s Law Of GravitationChapter 13.2 - WeightChapter 13.3 - Gravitational Potential EnergyChapter 13.4 - The Motion Of SatellitesChapter 13.5 - Kepler’s Laws And The Motion Of PlanetsChapter 13.6 - Spherical Mass DistributionsChapter 13.7 - Apparent Weight And The Earth’s RotationChapter 13.8 - Black HolesChapter 14 - Periodic MotionChapter 14.1 - Describing OscillationChapter 14.2 - Simple Harmonic MotionChapter 14.3 - Energy In Simple Harmonic MotionChapter 14.4 - Applications Of Simple Harmonic MotionChapter 14.5 - The Simple PendulumChapter 14.6 - The Physical PendulumChapter 14.7 - Damped OscillationsChapter 14.8 - Forced Oscillations And ResonanceChapter 15 - Mechanical WavesChapter 15.1 - Types Of Mechanical WavesChapter 15.2 - Periodic WavesChapter 15.3 - Mathematical Description Of A WaveChapter 15.4 - Speed Of A Transverse WaveChapter 15.5 - Energy In Wave MotionChapter 15.6 - Wave Interference, Boundary Conditions, And SuperpositionChapter 15.7 - Standing Waves On A StringChapter 15.8 - Normal Modes Of A StringChapter 16 - Sound And HearingChapter 16.1 - Sound WavesChapter 16.2 - Speed Of Sound WavesChapter 16.3 - Sound IntensityChapter 16.4 - Standing Sound Waves And Normal ModesChapter 16.5 - Resonance And SoundChapter 16.6 - Interference Of WavesChapter 16.7 - BeatsChapter 16.8 - The Doppler EffectChapter 16.9 - Shock WavesChapter 17 - Temperature And HeatChapter 17.1 - Temperature And Thermal EquilibriumChapter 17.2 - Thermometers And Temperature ScalesChapter 17.3 - Gas Thermometers And The Kelvin ScaleChapter 17.4 - Thermal ExpansionChapter 17.5 - Quantity Of HeatChapter 17.6 - Calorimetry And Phase ChangesChapter 17.7 - Mechanisms Of Heat TransferChapter 18 - Thermal Properties Of MatterChapter 18.1 - Equations Of StateChapter 18.2 - Molecular Properties Of MatterChapter 18.3 - Kinetic-molecular Model Of An Ideal GasChapter 18.4 - Heat CapacitiesChapter 18.5 - Molecular SpeedsChapter 18.6 - Phases Of MatterChapter 19 - The First Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 19.1 - Thermodynamic SystemsChapter 19.2 - Work Done During Volume ChangesChapter 19.3 - Paths Between Thermodynamic StatesChapter 19.4 - Internal Energy And The First Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 19.5 - Kinds Of Thermodynamic ProcessesChapter 19.6 - Internal Energy Of An Ideal GasChapter 19.7 - Heat Capacities Of An Ideal GasChapter 19.8 - Adiabatic Processes For An Ideal GasChapter 20 - The Second Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 20.1 - Directions Of Thermodynamic ProcessesChapter 20.2 - Heat EnginesChapter 20.3 - Internal-combustion EnginesChapter 20.4 - RefrigeratorsChapter 20.5 - The Second Law Of ThermodynamicsChapter 20.6 - The Carnot CycleChapter 20.7 - EntropyChapter 20.8 - Microscopic Interpretation Of EntropyChapter 21 - Electric Charge And Electric FieldChapter 21.1 - Electric ChargeChapter 21.2 - Conductors, Insulators, And Induced ChargesChapter 21.3 - Coulomb’s LawChapter 21.4 - Electric Field And Electric ForcesChapter 21.5 - Electric-field CalculationsChapter 21.6 - Electric Field LinesChapter 21.7 - Electric DipolesChapter 22 - Gauss’s LawChapter 22.1 - Charge And Electric FluxChapter 22.2 - Calculating Electric FluxChapter 22.3 - Gauss’s LawChapter 22.4 - Applications Of Gauss’s LawChapter 22.5 - Charges On ConductorsChapter 23 - Electric PotentialChapter 23.1 - Electric Potential EnergyChapter 23.2 - Electric PotentialChapter 23.3 - Calculating Electric PotentialChapter 23.4 - Equipotential SurfacesChapter 23.5 - Potential GradientChapter 24 - Capacitance And DielectricsChapter 24.1 - Capacitors And CapacitanceChapter 24.2 - Capacitors In Series And ParallelChapter 24.3 - Energy Storage In Capacitors And Electric-field EnergyChapter 24.4 - DielectricsChapter 24.5 - Molecular Model Of Induced ChargeChapter 24.6 - Gauss’s Law In DielectricsChapter 25 - Current, Resistance, And Electromotive ForceChapter 25.1 - CurrentChapter 25.2 - ResistivityChapter 25.3 - ResistanceChapter 25.4 - Electromotive Force And CircuitsChapter 25.5 - Energy And Power In Electric CircuitsChapter 25.6 - Theory Of Metallic ConductionChapter 26 - Direct-current CircuitsChapter 26.1 - Resistors In Series And ParallelChapter 26.2 - Kirchhoff’s RulesChapter 26.3 - Electrical Measuring InstrumentsChapter 26.4 - R-c CircuitsChapter 26.5 - Power Distribution SystemsChapter 27 - Magnetic Field And Magnetic ForcesChapter 27.1 - MagnetismChapter 27.2 - Magnetic FieldChapter 27.3 - Magnetic Field Lines And Magnetic FluxChapter 27.4 - Motion Of Charged Particles In A Magnetic FieldChapter 27.5 - Applications Of Motion Of Charged ParticlesChapter 27.6 - Magnetic Force On A Current-carrying ConductorChapter 27.7 - Force And Torque On A Current LoopChapter 27.8 - The Direct-current MotorChapter 27.9 - The Hall EffectChapter 28 - Sources Of Magnetic FieldChapter 28.1 - Magnetic Field Of A Moving ChargeChapter 28.2 - Magnetic Field Of A Current ElementChapter 28.3 - Magnetic Field Of A Straight Current-carrying ConductorChapter 28.4 - Force Between Parallel ConductorsChapter 28.5 - Magnetic Field Of A Circular Current LoopChapter 28.6 - Ampere’s LawChapter 28.7 - Applications Of Ampere’s LawChapter 28.8 - Magnetic MaterialsChapter 29 - Electromagnetic InductionChapter 29.2 - Faraday’s LawChapter 29.3 - Lenz’s LawChapter 29.4 - Motional Electromotive ForceChapter 29.5 - Induced Electric FieldsChapter 29.6 - Eddy CurrentsChapter 29.7 - Displacement Current And Maxwell’s EquationsChapter 30 - InductanceChapter 30.1 - Mutual InductanceChapter 30.2 - Self-inductance And InductorsChapter 30.3 - Magnetic-field EnergyChapter 30.4 - The R-l CircuitChapter 30.5 - The L-c CircuitChapter 30.6 - The L-r-c Series CircuitChapter 31 - Alternating CurrentChapter 31.1 - Phasors And Alternating CurrentsChapter 31.2 - Resistance And ReactanceChapter 31.3 - The L-r-c Series CircuitChapter 31.4 - Power In Alternating-current CircuitsChapter 31.5 - Resonance In Alternating-current CircuitsChapter 31.6 - TransformersChapter 32 - Electromagnetic WavesChapter 32.1 - Maxwell’s Equations And Electromagnetic WavesChapter 32.2 - Plane Electromagnetic Waves And The Speed Of LightChapter 32.3 - Sinusoidal Electromagnetic WavesChapter 32.4 - Energy And Momentum In Electromagnetic WavesChapter 32.5 - Standing Electromagnetic WavesChapter 33 - The Nature And Propagation Of LightChapter 33.1 - The Nature Of LightChapter 33.2 - Reflection And RefractionChapter 33.3 - Total Internal ReflectionChapter 33.5 - PolarizationChapter 33.7 - Huygens’s PrincipleChapter 34 - Geometric OpticsChapter 34.1 - Reflection And Refraction At A Plane SurfaceChapter 34.2 - Reflection At A Spherical SurfaceChapter 34.3 - Refraction At A Spherical SurfaceChapter 34.4 - Thin LensesChapter 34.5 - CamerasChapter 34.6 - The EyeChapter 34.7 - The MagnifierChapter 34.8 - Microscopes And TelescopesChapter 35 - InterferenceChapter 35.1 - Interference And Coherent SourcesChapter 35.2 - Two-source Interference Of LightChapter 35.3 - Intensity In Interference PatternsChapter 35.4 - Interference In Thin FilmsChapter 35.5 - The Michelson InterferometerChapter 36 - DiffractionChapter 36.1 - Fresnel And Fraunhofer DiffractionChapter 36.2 - Diffraction From A Single SlitChapter 36.3 - Intensity In The Single-slit PatternChapter 36.4 - Multiple SlitsChapter 36.5 - The Diffraction GratingChapter 36.6 - X-ray DiffractionChapter 36.7 - Circular Apertures And Resolving PowerChapter 37 - RelativityChapter 37.1 - Invariance Of Physical LawsChapter 37.2 - Relativity Of SimultaneityChapter 37.3 - Relativity Of Time IntervalsChapter 37.4 - Relativity Of LengthChapter 37.5 - The Lorentz TransformationsChapter 37.7 - Relativistic MomentumChapter 37.8 - Relativistic Work And EnergyChapter 38 - Photons: Light Waves Behaving As ParticlesChapter 38.1 - Light Absorbed As Photons: The Photoelectric EffectChapter 38.2 - Light Emitted As Photons: X-ray ProductionChapter 38.3 - Light Scattered As Photons: Compton Scattering And Pair ProductionChapter 38.4 - Wave–particle Duality, Probability, And UncertaintyChapter 39 - Particles Behaving As WavesChapter 39.2 - The Nuclear Atom And Atomic SpectraChapter 39.3 - Energy Levels And The Bohr Model Of The AtomChapter 39.4 - The LaserChapter 39.5 - Continuous SpectraChapter 39.6 - The Uncertainty Principle RevisitedChapter 40 - Quantum Mechanics I: Wave FunctionsChapter 40.1 - Wave Functions And The One-dimensional Schrödinger EquationChapter 40.2 - Particle In A BoxChapter 40.3 - Potential WellsChapter 40.4 - Potential Barriers And TunnelingChapter 40.5 - The Harmonic OscillatorChapter 40.6 - Measurement In Quantum MechanicsChapter 41 - Quantum Mechanics Ii: Atomic StructureChapter 41.1 - The Schrödinger Equation In Three DimensionsChapter 41.2 - Particle In A Three-dimensional BoxChapter 41.3 - The Hydrogen AtomChapter 41.4 - The Zeeman EffectChapter 41.5 - Electron SpinChapter 41.6 - Many-electron Atoms And The Exclusion PrincipleChapter 41.7 - X-ray SpectraChapter 41.8 - Quantum EntanglementChapter 42 - Molecules And Condensed MatterChapter 42.1 - Types Of Molecular BondsChapter 42.2 - Molecular SpectraChapter 42.3 - Structure Of SolidsChapter 42.4 - Energy BandsChapter 42.5 - Free-electron Model Of MetalsChapter 42.6 - SemiconductorsChapter 42.7 - Semiconductor DevicesChapter 43 - Nuclear PhysicsChapter 43.1 - Properties Of NucleiChapter 43.2 - Nuclear Binding And Nuclear StructureChapter 43.3 - Nuclear Stability And RadioactivityChapter 43.4 - Activities And Half-livesChapter 43.5 - Biological Effects Of RadiationChapter 43.6 - Nuclear ReactionsChapter 43.7 - Nuclear FissionChapter 43.8 - Nuclear FusionChapter 44 - Particle Physics And CosmologyChapter 44.1 - Fundamental Particles—a HistoryChapter 44.2 - Particle Accelerators And DetectorsChapter 44.3 - Particles And InteractionsChapter 44.4 - Quarks And GluonsChapter 44.5 - The Standard Model And BeyondChapter 44.6 - The Expanding UniverseChapter 44.7 - The Beginning Of Time

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