New “Connections” feature identifies areas in each chapter where important concepts are revisited. A marginal “Connections” heading and summary adjacent to the coverage in the main text help students easily recognize that a previously introduced concept is being applied to the current discussion.
New Checkpoint questions have been added to applicable sections of the text. The answers to the Checkpoints are found at the end of the chapter.
Non-essential coverage and derivations have been moved from the text to the text’s online site. Identifiers in the text direct students to additional information online.
Electronic Media Integration has been incorporated throughout the text. Icons indicate topics in the text where accompanying interactives, animations, and tutorials can be found online to aid in student understanding of physics concepts.
The topical question from the chapter opening vignette now appears in the margin (along with a reduced version of the chapter opening image).
Applications have been clearly identified as such in the text with a complete listing in the front matter.
Many helpful subheadings have been added to the text to help students quickly identify new subtopics.
End-of-chapter problem sets have been revised and include many new problems: over 100 new problems in total.
The number of problems in the Review & Synthesis sections has been increased in the new edition(s); over 30 new problems in total. The MCAT® Review questions have been retained.
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Part One - Mechanics
2) Motion Along a Line
3) Motion in a Plane
4) Force and Newton’s Laws of Motion
5) Circular Motion
6) Conservation of Energy
7) Linear Momentum
8) Torque and Angular Momentum
10) Elasticity and Oscillations
Part Two - Thermal Physics
13) Temperature and the Ideal Gas
Part Three - Electromagnetism
16) Electric Forces and Fields
17) Electric Potential
18) Electric Current and Circuits
19) Magnetic Forces and Fields
20) Electromagnetic Induction
21) Alternating Current
Part Four - Electromagnetic Waves and Optics
22) Electromagnetic Waves
23) Reflection and Refraction of Light
24) Optical Instruments
25) Interference and Diffraction
Part Five - Quantum and Particle Physics
27) Early Quantum Physics and the Photon
28) Quantum Physics
29) Nuclear Physics
30) Particle Physics
Appendix A - Mathematics Review
Appendix B - Table of Selected Isotopes
Answers to Selected Questions and Problems