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Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics: A Strategic Approach [With Access Code] 3rd Edition

Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics: A Strategic Approach [With Access Code] - 3rd Edition - by Knight, Randall D. - ISBN 9780321736086
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Physics for Scientists and Engineers wi...
3rd Edition
Knight, Randall D.
Publisher: Prentice Hall
ISBN: 9780321736086

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Table of Contents Part I. Newton's Laws 1. Concepts of Motion 2. Kinematics in One Dimension 3. Vectors and Coordinate Systems 4. Kinematics in Two Dimensions 5. Force and Motion 6. Dynamics I: Motion Along a Line 7. Newton's Third Law 8. Dynamics II: Motion in a Plane Part II. Conservation Laws 9. Impulse and Momentum 10. Energy 11. Work Part III. Applications of Newtonian Mechanics 12. Rotation of a Rigid Body 13. Newton’s Theory of Gravity 14. Oscillations 15. Fluids and Elasticity Part IV. Thermodynamics 16. A Macroscopic Description of Matter 17. Work, Heat, and the First Law of Thermodynamics 18. The Micro/Macro Connection 19. Heat Engines and Refrigerators Part V. Waves and Optics 20. Traveling Waves 21. Superposition 22. Wave Optics 23. Ray Optics 24. Optical Instruments Part VI. Electricity and Magnetism 25. Electric Charges and Forces 26. The Electric Field 27. Gauss’s Law 28. The Electric Potential 29. Potential and Field 30. Current and Resistance 31. Fundamentals of Circuits 32. The Magnetic Field 33. Electromagnetic Induction 34. Electromagnetic Fields and Waves 35. AC Circuits Part VII. Relativity and Quantum Physics 36. Relativity 37. The Foundations of Modern Physics 38. Quantization 39. Wave Functions and Uncertainty 40. One-Dimensional Quantum Mechanics 41. Atomic Physics 42. Nuclear Physics

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