Six Ideas That Shaped Physics: Unit C - Conservation Laws Constrain, 4th Edition
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Six Ideas that Shaped Physics is comprised of six units, providing a unique approach to a two- or three-semester calculus-based introductory physics course. The text is designed to teach students to apply basic physical principles to realistic situations, and to resolve contradictions between their preconceived notions and the laws of physics. Through integrated practice, students learn to solve realistic problems, and organize the ideas of physics into an integrated hierarchy. The six units are: Unit C: Conservation laws constrain interactions Unit N: The laws of physics are universal (Newtonian mechanics) Unit R: The laws of physics are frame-independent (Relativity) Unit E: Electricity and magnetism are unified Unit Q: Matter behaves like waves (Quantum physics) Unit T: Some processes are irreversible (Thermal physics)
C1 The Art of Model Building
C2 Particles and Interactions
C4 Systems and Frames
C5 Conservation of Momentum
C6 Conservation of Angular Momentum
C7 More About Angular Momentum
C8 Conservation of Energy
C9 Potential Energy Graphs
C11 Rotational Energy
C12 Thermal Energy
C13 Other Forms of Internal Energy
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