Monday, November 12, 2018

Fundamentals Of Physics - 10th Edition - By "Jearl Walker"

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“What was I supposed to learn from this section?” Students have asked me this question for decades, from the weakest student to the strongest. The problem is that even a thoughtful student may not feel confident that the important points were captured while reading a section. I felt the same way back when I was using the first edition of Halliday and Resnick while taking first-year physics.
To ease the problem in this edition, I restructured the chapters into concept modules based on a primary theme and begin each module with a list of the module’s learning objectives. The list is an explicit statement of the skills and learning points that should be gathered in reading the module. Each list is following by a brief summary of the key ideas that should also be gathered. For example, check out the first module in Chapter 16, where a student faces a truck load of concepts and terms. Rather than depending on the student’s ability to gather and sort those ideas, I now provide an explicit checklist that functions somewhat like the checklist a pilot works through before taxiing out to the runway for takeoff.

V O L U M E 1
1. Measurement
2. Motion Along a Straight Line
3. Vectors
4. Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
5. Force and Motion—I
6. Force and Motion—II
7. Kinetic Energy and Work
8. Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy
9. Center of Mass and Linear Momentum
10. Rotation
11. Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum
12. Equilibrium and Elasticity
13. Gravitation
14. Fluids
15. Oscillations
16. Waves—I
17. Waves—II
18. Temperature, Heat, and the First Law of Thermodynamics
19. The Kinetic Theory of Gases
20. Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
V O L U M E: 2
21. Coulomb’s Law
22. Electric Fields
23. Gauss’ Law
24. Electric Potential
25. Capacitance
26. Current and Resistance
27. Circuits
28. Magnetic Fields
29. Magnetic Fields Due to Currents
30. Induction and Inductance
31. Electromagnetic Oscillations and Alternating Current
32. Maxwell’s Equations; Magnetism of Matter
33. Electromagnetic Waves
34. Images
35. Interference
36. Diffraction
37. Relativity
38. Photons and Matter Waves
39. More About Matter Waves
40. All About Atoms
41. Conduction of Electricity in Solids
42. Nuclear Physics
43. Energy from the Nucleus
44. Quarks, Leptons, and the Big Bang

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