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Physics for scientists & engineers with modern physics 4th Edition

Physics for scientists & engineers with modern physics - 4th Edition - by GIANCOLI, Douglas C. - ISBN 9780132273596
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Physics for scientists & engineers ...
4th Edition
GIANCOLI, Douglas C.
Publisher: Upper Saddle, N. J. : Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008.
ISBN: 9780132273596

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This book is written for students. It aims to explain physics in a readable and interesting manner that is accessible and clear, and to teach students by anticipating their needs and difficulties without oversimplifying.

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The odometer counts the number of revolution that the wheel makes and gives the distance traveled...Moment of inertia is the sum of the products of the mass of each particle in a body with the square...Equilibrium of a system is defined as the state when neither its internal energy nor its state of...The density of materials is dependent on the arrangement of the molecules of the materials and...A motion in which net restoring force is directly proportional to the negative of the displacement...Yes, frequency of a simple periodic wave is equal to frequency of its source. For a wave to be...The sound needs a medium to propagate similar to mechanical wave. Sound wave needs source which...The number of iron and aluminium atom in a pure metal can be found by dividing the mass of the metal...The ideal gas law is defined based on the several basic postulates of the kinetic theory of gases....The vigorous shaking of the jar of orange juice would transfer the work done on it into heating the...It is possible to convert all the mechanical energy into heat or internal energy. An example for...A pocket comb can be charged by rubbing it with a silk material. To determine the charge of the...Electric flux is the measure of number of electric filed lines passing through the surface....When the two points are in same potential there is no work need to be done between those points....Suppose two nearby conductors carry same charges, there would be potential difference because they...An ampere hour is the amount of charge available in a battery that will allow one ampere of current...Even though the bird’s feet are at high potential compared to the ground, the potential difference...The Earth's magnetic field is not always parallel to the surface of the Earth. It may have a...For ac currents the direction of the current and the magnetic field will change quickly. This quick...From the experiment shown in the Figure 29-1, Faraday concluded that a constant magnetic field does...The magnitude of mutual inductance is directly proportional to the number of field lines or flux...Write the expression for displacement current as. IL=εdϕEdt Here, IL is the displacement current, ε...If the moon had rough surface it will absorb light at some points and it will reflect light from...The object kept far away from a lens means that it is at infinite distance from the lens or very far...Huygen’s principle states that every point on a wave front can be considered as a tine source of...Electromagnetic waves are the waves consisting of oscillating electric and magnetic fields. There is...The train is an inertial frame of reference. It is in rest or in continuous rectilinear motion...Color of the star determines its temperatures. Since, the temperature is related to the frequency of...Both matter wave ψ as well as a wave on a string shows the properties of a wave such as of getting...The differences between Bohr’s view of the atom and the quantum-mechanical view of the atom is as...The nitrogen molecule is diatomic molecule and has five valence electrons so it needs three more...The nuclei of an atom which have same number of protons but different number of neutrons are called...The given reaction is, n+56137Ba→?+γ In the given reaction the reactants have 56 protons and 138...Nucleons are the particles found in nucleus of an atom. Protons and the neutrons are the nucleons...The sun and all the planets around and other stars around them are the part of galaxy known as Milky...

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