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      Volume(s): 2
      Parts 4-5
      Chapters 22-36
      ISBN 978-0-393-93004-7

Hans C. Ohanian (Author)John T. Markert (Author)

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Physics for Engineers and Scientists

 

    Part IV. Electricity and Magnetism

    22. Electric Force and Electric Charge

    1. 22.1 The Electrostatic Force
    2. 22.2 Coulomb’s Law
    3. 22.3 The Superposition of Electrical Forces
    4. 22.4 Charge Quantization and Charge Conservation
    5. 22.5 Conductors and Insulators; Frictional Electricity

    23. The Electric Field

    1. 23.1 The Electrical Field
    2. 23.2 The Electric Field Due to Continuous Charge Distributions
    3. 23.3 Lines of Electric Field
    4. 23.4 Motion in a Uniform Electric Field
    5. 23.5 Electric Dipole in an Electric Field

    24. Gauss’s Law

    1. 24.1 Electric Flux
    2. 24.2 Gauss’ Law
    3. 24.3 Applications of Gauss’ Law
    4. 24.4 Superposition
    5. 24.5 Conductors and Electric Fields

    25. Electrostatic Potential and Energy

    1. 25.1 The Electrostatic Potential
    2. 25.2 Calculation of the Potential from the Field
    3. 25.3 Potential in Conductors
    4. 25.4 Calculation of the Field from the Potential
    5. 25.5 Energy of a System of Charged Conductors

    26. Capacitors and Dielectrics

    1. 26.1 Capacitance
    2. 26.2 Capacitors in Combination
    3. 26.3 Dielectrics
    4. 26.4 Energy in Capacitors

    27. Currents and Ohm’s Law

    1. 27.1 Electric Current
    2. 27.2 Resistance and Ohm’s Law
    3. 27.3 The Resistivity of Materials
    4. 27.4 Resistances in Combination

    28. DC Circuits

    1. 28.1 Electromotive Force
    2. 28.2 Sources of Electromotive Force
    3. 28.3 Single-Loop Circuits
    4. 28.4 Multi-Loop Circuits
    5. 28.5 Energy in Circuits; Joule Heat
    6. 28.6 Electrical Measurements
    7. 28.7 The RC Circuit
    8. 28.8 The Hazards of Electric Currents

    29. Magnetic Force and Field

    1. 29.1 The Magnetic Force
    2. 29.2 The Magnetic Field
    3. 29.3 Ampere’s Law
    4. 29.4 Solenoids and Magnets
    5. 29.5 The Biot-Savart Law

    30. Charges and Currents in Magnetic Fields

    1. 30.1 Circular Motion in a Uniform Magnetic Field
    2. 30.2 Force on a Wire
    3. 30.3 Torque on a Loop
    4. 30.4 Magnetism in Materials
    5. 30.5 The Hall Effect

    31. Electromagnetic Induction

    1. 31.1 Motional EMF
    2. 31.2 Faraday’s Law
    3. 31.3 Some Examples; Lenz’ Law
    4. 31.4 Inductance
    5. 31.5 Magnetic Energy
    6. 31.6 The RL Circuit

    32. AC Circuits

    1. 32.1 Resistor Circuit
    2. 32.2 Capacitor Circuit
    3. 32.3 Inductor Circuit
    4. 32.4 Freely Oscillating LC and RLC Circuits
    5. 32.5 Series Circuits with Alternating EMF
    6. 32.6 Transformers

    Part V. Waves and Optics

    33. Electromagnetic Waves

    1. 33.1 Induction of Magnetic Fields; Maxwell’s Equations
    2. 33.2 The Electromagnetic Wave Pulse
    3. 33.3 Plane Waves; Polarization
    4. 33.4 The Generation of Electromagnetic Waves
    5. 33.5 Energy of a Wave
    6. 33.6 The Wave Equation

    34. Reflection, Refraction, and Optics

    1. 34.1 Huygens’s Construction
    2. 34.2 Reflection
    3. 34.3 Refraction
    4. 34.4 Spherical Mirrors
    5. 34.5 Thin Lenses
    6. 34.6 Optical Instruments

    35. Interference and Diffraction

    1. 35.1 Thin Films
    2. 35.2 The Michelson Interferometer
    3. 35.3 Interference from Two Slits
    4. 35.4 Interference from Multiple Slits
    5. 35.5 Diffraction by a Single Slit
    6. 35.6 Diffraction by a Circular Aperture; Rayleigh’s Criterion

    Part VI. Relativity, Quanta and Particles

    36. The Theory of Special Relativity

    1. 36.1 The Speed of Light; the Ether
    2. 36.2 Einstein’s Principle of Relativity
    3. 36.3 Time Dilation
    4. 36.4 Length Contraction
    5. 36.5 The Lorentz Transformations and the Combination of Velocities
    6. 36.6 Relativistic Momentum and Energy
    7. 36.7 Mass and Energy