Sears and Zemansky's university physics : with modern physics.

By: Young, Hugh DContributor(s): Ford, A. Lewis | Freedman, Roger A | Sears, Francis Weston, 1898-1975Publisher: San Francisco : Pearson Addison Wesley, c2004Edition: 11th ed. / Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman ; contributing author, A. Lewis FordDescription: xxi, 1714, 47 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cmISBN: 080538684X (with MasteringPhysics); 0805391797 (with MasteringPhysics); 0805391851 (without MasteringPhysics)Other title: University physicsSubject(s): PhysicsDDC classification: 530
Contents:
• Units, Physical Quantities, and Vectors (Page-23) • Motion Along a Straight Line (Page-62) • Motion in Two or Three Dimensions (Page-100) • Applying Newton's Laws (Page-141) • Work and Kinetic Energy (Page-175) • Potential Energy and Energy Conservation (Page-263) • Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions (Page-304) • Rotation of Rigid Bodies (Page-349) • Dynamics of Rotational Motion (Page-383) • Equilibrium and Elasticity (Page-426) • Gravitation (Page-458) • Periodic Motion (Page-498) • Mechanical Waves (Page-569) • Sound and Hearing (Page-613) • Temperature and Heat (Page-662) • Thermal Properties of Matter (Page-706) • The First Law of Thermodynamics (Page-745) • The Second Law of Thermodynamics (Page-776) • Electric Charge and Electric Field (Page-814) • Gauss's Law (Page-858) • Electric Potential (Page-891) • Capacitance and Dielectrics (Page-930) • Current, Resistance, and Electromotive Force (Page-964) • Direct-Current Circuits (Page-1002) • Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces (Page-1041) • Sources of Magnetic Field (Page-1086) • Electromagnetic Induction (Page-1127) • Inductance (Page-1169) • Alternating Current (Page-1203) • Electromagnetic Waves (Page-1236) • The Nature and Propagation of Light (Page-1269) • Geometric Optics and Optical Instruments (Page-1307) • Interference (Page-1360) • Diffraction (Page-1389) • Relativity (Page-1425) • Photons, Electrons, and Atoms (Page-1467) • The Wave Nature of Particles (Page-1511) • Quantum Mechanics (Page-11541) • Atomic Structure (Page-1570) • Molecules and Condensed Matter (Page-1606) • Nuclear Physics (Page-1645) • Particle Physics and Cosmology (Page-1690)
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• Units, Physical Quantities, and Vectors (Page-23) • Motion Along a Straight Line (Page-62) • Motion in Two or Three Dimensions (Page-100) • Applying Newton's Laws (Page-141) • Work and Kinetic Energy (Page-175) • Potential Energy and Energy Conservation (Page-263) • Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions (Page-304) • Rotation of Rigid Bodies (Page-349) • Dynamics of Rotational Motion (Page-383) • Equilibrium and Elasticity (Page-426) • Gravitation (Page-458) • Periodic Motion (Page-498) • Mechanical Waves (Page-569) • Sound and Hearing (Page-613) • Temperature and Heat (Page-662) • Thermal Properties of Matter (Page-706) • The First Law of Thermodynamics (Page-745) • The Second Law of Thermodynamics (Page-776) • Electric Charge and Electric Field (Page-814) • Gauss's Law (Page-858) • Electric Potential (Page-891) • Capacitance and Dielectrics (Page-930) • Current, Resistance, and Electromotive Force (Page-964) • Direct-Current Circuits (Page-1002) • Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces (Page-1041) • Sources of Magnetic Field (Page-1086) • Electromagnetic Induction (Page-1127) • Inductance (Page-1169) • Alternating Current (Page-1203) • Electromagnetic Waves (Page-1236) • The Nature and Propagation of Light (Page-1269) • Geometric Optics and Optical Instruments (Page-1307) • Interference (Page-1360) • Diffraction (Page-1389) • Relativity (Page-1425) • Photons, Electrons, and Atoms (Page-1467) • The Wave Nature of Particles (Page-1511) • Quantum Mechanics (Page-11541) • Atomic Structure (Page-1570) • Molecules and Condensed Matter (Page-1606) • Nuclear Physics (Page-1645) • Particle Physics and Cosmology (Page-1690)

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