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Introduction and review
Summary
Problems
Exercise 0: Models and idealization
Scaling and estimation
Velocity and relative motion
Acceleration and free fall
Force and motion
Analysis of forces
Vectors
7.4 Unit vector notation
7.5 Rotational invariance
Vectors and motion
8.1 The velocity vector
8.2 The acceleration vector
8.3 The force vector and simple machines
Exercise 8: Vectors and motion
Circular motion
9.1 Conceptual framework
9.2 Uniform circular motion
9.3 Nonuniform circular motion
10.1 Kepler’s laws
10.2 Newton’s law of gravity
10.3 Apparent weightlessness
10.5 Weighing the earth
10.6 Dark energy
Exercise 10: The shell theorem
Conservation of energy
11.2 Energy
11.3 A numerical scale of energy
11.4 Kinetic energy
11.5 Power
Simplifying the energy zoo
12.1 Heat is kinetic energy
12.3 All energy is potential or kinetic
13.2 Work in three dimensions
13.3 Varying force
13.5 Work and potential energy
13.7 The dot product
14.1 Momentum
14.2 Collisions in one dimension
14.4 Momentum transfer
14.5 Momentum in three dimensions
Exercise 15: Torque
Thermodynamics
Vibrations
Exercise 17: Vibrations
Exercise 18: Resonance
Free waves
Three essential mathematical skills
Photo credits for volume 1
Electricity and circuits
21.1 The quest for the atomic force
21.2 Electrical forces
21.3 Current
21.4 Circuits
21.5 Voltage
21.6 Resistance
21.8 Series and parallel circuits
Exercise 21A: Electrical measurements
Exercise 21B: Voltage and current
The nonmechanical universe
22.1 The stage and the actors
22.2 The gravitational ﬁeld
22.3 The electric ﬁeld
22.4 Calculating energy in ﬁelds
22.6 Two or three dimensions
22.7 Field lines and Gauss’s law
Exercise 22: Field vectors
Relativity and magnetism
23.2 Magnetic interactions
Electromagnetism
24.1 The magnetic ﬁeld
24.3 The universal speed c
24.4 Induction
24.5 Electromagnetic waves
24.6 Symmetry and handedness
24.7 Doppler shifts and clock time
Exercise 24: Polarization
25.1 Capacitance and inductance
25.2 Oscillations
25.3 Voltage and current
25.4 Decay
25.5 Impedance
The atom and E=mc2
26.1 Atoms
26.2 Quantization of charge
26.3 The electron
26.4 The nucleus
26.5 Relativistic mass and energy
26.6 Proofs
26.7 Tachyons
Exercise 26: Sports in Slowlightland
General relativity
27.1 Our universe isn’t Euclidean
27.2 The equivalence principle
27.3 Black holes
27.4 Cosmology
The ray model of light
28.1 The nature of light
28.2 Interaction of light with matter
28.3 The ray model of light
28.4 Geometry of specular reﬂection
Images by reﬂection
29.1 A virtual image
29.2 Curved mirrors
29.3 A real image
29.4 Images of images
Images, quantitatively
30.2 Other cases with curved mirrors
30.3 Aberrations
Exercise 30: Object and image distances
Refraction
31.1 Refraction
31.2 Lenses
31.3 The lensmaker’s equation
Wave optics
32.1 Diffraction
32.2 Scaling of diffraction
32.3 The correspondence principle
32.4 Huygens’ principle
32.5 Double-slit diffraction
32.6 Repetition
32.7 Single-slit diffraction
Exercise 32A: Double-source interference
Exercise 32B: Single-slit diffraction
Exercise 32C: Diffraction of light
Rules of randomness
33.1 Randomness isn’t random
33.2 Calculating randomness
33.3 Probability distributions
33.4 Exponential decay and half-life
Light as a particle
34.1 Evidence for light as a particle
34.2 How much light is one photon?
34.3 Wave-particle duality
34.4 Photons in three dimensions
Matter as a wave
35.1 Electrons as waves
35.3 Bound states
35.4 The uncertainty principle
The uncertainty principle
35.5 Electrons in electric ﬁelds
36.1 Classifying states
36.3 The hydrogen atom
36.4 Energies of states in hydrogen
36.5 Electron spin
36.6 Atoms with more than one electron
Photo credits for volume 2
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