Physics, Volume 2, 5th Edition
October 2001, ©2002
The Electric Field.
Electic Potential Energy and Potential.
The Electrical Properties of Materials.
The Magnetic Field.
The Magnetic Fiel Of a Current.
Faraday's Law Of Induction.
Magnetic Properties of Materials.
Inductance. Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves.
Mirrors and Lenses.
Gratings and Spectra.
The Nature of Light.
The Nature of Matter.
Electrons in Potential Wells.
Properties of Atoms.
Electrical Conduction in Solids.
Energy from the Nucleus.
Particle Physics and Cosmology.
Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems.
- Entire book edited to clarify conceptual development in light of recent findings of physics education research.
- Following the inspiration of Arnold Arons, the Mechanics sequence is re-organized so that energy is the capstone topic.
- End-of-chapter problem sets are thoroughly over-hauled - new problems are added, out-dated references are deleted, and new short-answer conceptual questions are added.
- The presentation of Thermodynamics and Quantum Mechanics has been revised to provide a more modern approach to these topics.
- The supplement package for both students and instructors have been greatly expanded. For students there are a Student Study Guide, Student Solutions Manual, and Student Website. For instructors there are a Instructor's Solutions Manual (both print and electronic), Test Bank, Computerized Testbank, Tranparencies, and IRCD with Simulations. EGrade is also avaible as a testing option.
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