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University Physics with Modern Physics

University Physics with Modern Physics

Grade Levels: 13
By Wolfgang Bauer and Gary Westfall
Copyright: 2014
Publication Date: January 3, 2013
MHID: 0073513881
ISBN 13: 9780073513881

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University Physics with Modern Physics

0) The Big Picture: Modern Physics Frontiers

Part 1 - Mechanics of Point Particles

1) Overview

2) Motion in a Straight Line

3) Motion in Two and Three Dimensions

4) Force

5) Kinetic Energy, Work, and Power

6) Potential Energy and Energy Conservation

7) Momentum and Collisions

Part 2 - Extended Objects, Matter and Circular Motion

8) Systems of Particles and Extended Objects

9) Circular Motion

10) Rotation

11) Static Equilibrium

12) Gravitation

13) Solids and Fluids

Part 3 - Oscillations and Waves

14) Oscillations

15) Waves

16) Sound

Part 4 - Thermal Physics

17) Temperature

18) Heat and the First Law of Thermodynamics

19) Ideal Gases

20) The Second Law of Thermodynamics

Part 5 - Electricity

21) Electrostatics

22) Electric Fields and Gauss’s Law

23) Electric Potential

24) Capacitors

25) Current and Resistance

26) Direct Current Circuits

Part 6 - Magnetism

27) Magnetism

28) Magnetic Fields of Moving Charges

29) Electromagnetic Induction

30) Alternating Current Circuits

31) Electromagnetic Waves

Part 7 - Optics

32) Geometric Optics

33) Lenses and Optical Instruments

34) Wave Optics

Part 8 - Relativity and Quantum Physics

35) Relativity

36) Quantum Physics

37) Quantum Mechanics

38) Atomic Physics

39) Elementary Particle Physics

40) Nuclear Physics

Appendix A - Mathematical Primer

Appendix B - Element Properties

Answers to Selected Questions and Problems

About the Author

Wolfgang Bauer

Dr. Wolfgang Bauer is a Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Michigan State University and has a joint appointment at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory. His research is in theoretical and computational physics, with emphasis areas in nuclear and astrophysics, chaos and non-linear dynamics, and renewable energies. He also serves as Chair of the Department of Physics and Astronomy and is Director of the Institute for Cyber-Enabled Research.

Gary Westfall

Dr. Gary Westfall is a Professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Michigan State University. He is conducting his research in experimental nuclear physics at the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory (NSCL), where he has a joint appointment. He also does research at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) at Brookhaven National Laboratory as a member the STAR Collaboration.