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Schaum's Outline of Applied Physics, 4ed

Schaum's Outline of Applied Physics, 4ed

4th Edition
By Arthur Beiser
ISBN10: 0071611576
ISBN13: 9780071611572
Copyright: 2009
09780071611572

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Schaum's Outline of Applied Physics, 4ed

Chapter 1. Useful Math

Chapter 2. Vectors

Chapter 3. Motion in a Straight Line

Chapter 4. Motion in a Vertical Plane

Chapter 5. Laws of Motion

Chapter 6. Friction

Chapter 7. Energy

Chapter 8. Momentum

Chapter 9. Circular Motion and Gravitation

Chapter 10. Rotational Motion

Chapter 11. Equilibrium

Chapter 12. Simple Machines

Chapter 13. Elasticity

Chapter 14. Simple Harmonic Motion

Chapter 15. Waves and Sound

Chapter 16. Fluids at Rest

Chapter 17. Fluids in Motion

Chapter 18. Heat

Chapter 19. Expansion of Solids, Liquids, and Gases

Chapter 20. Kinetic Theory of Matter

Chapter 21. Thermodynamics

Chapter 22. Heat Transfer

Chapter 23. Electricity

Chapter 24. Electric Current

Chapter 25. Direct-Current Circuits

Chapter 26. Capacitance

Chapter 27. Magnetism

Chapter 28. Electromagnetic Induction

Chapter 29. Alternating-Current Circuits

Chapter 30. Light

Chapter 31. Spherical Mirrors

Chapter 32. Lenses

Chapter 33. Physical and Quantum Optics

Chapter 34. Atomic Physics

Chapter 35. The Solid State

Chapter 36. Nuclear Physics

Appendix A. Physical Constants and Quantities

Appendix B. Conversion Factors

Appendix C. Natural Trigonometric Functions

Index

About the Author

Arthur Beiser

Arthur Beiser, a native of New York City, received B.S., M.S., and Ph.D. degrees in physics from New York University, where he later served as Associate Professor of Physics. He then was a Senior Research Scientist at the Lamont Geo- logical Observatory of Columbia University. His research interests were chiefly in cosmic rays and in magnetohydrodynamics as applied to geophysics and astrophys- ics. In addition to theoretical work, he participated in a cosmic-ray expedition to an Alaskan peak and directed a search for magnetohydrodynamic waves from space in various Pacific locations. A Fellow of The Explorers Club, Dr. Beiser was the first chairman of its Committee on Space Exploration. He is the author or coauthor of 36 books, mostly college texts on physics and mathematics, 14 of which have been translated into a total of 27 languages. Two of his books are on sailing, The Proper Yacht and The Sailor’s World. Figure 13-21 is a photograph of Dr. Beiser at the helm of his 58-ft sloop; he and his wife Germaine have sailed over 150,000 miles, includ- ing two Atlantic crossings and a rounding of Cape Horn. Germaine Beiser, who has degrees in physics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and New York University, is the author or coauthor of seven books on various aspects of physics and has contributed to The Physical Universe. For a number of years she was the editor of a cruising guide to the Adriatic Sea.