Fundamentals of Physics: Extended (11th Edition)

Download Fundamentals of Physics: Extended (11th Edition) written by David Halliday, Jearl Walker, Robert Resnick in PDF format. This book is under the category Physics and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 111946014X; 1119460131; 1119460158/9781119460138/ 9781119460152/ 9781119460145. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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Specifications

book-author

David Halliday, Jearl Walker, Robert Resnick

publisher

Wiley; 11th edition

file-type

PDF

language

English

asin

B07F7JQTDJ; B01JXRAMB2;

isbn10

111946014X; 1119460131; 1119460158

isbn13

9781119460138/ 9781119460152/ 9781119460145


Book Description

The 11th edition of Fundamentals of Physics with Extended Coverage is included in this offer. These also include the questions and problems at the end of each chapter, in addition to all of the solutions to those problems.

About this electronic book

Fundamentals of Physics, Eleventh Edition is famous for its outstanding problem-solving skills growth, supreme reasoning skills development, and focus on conceptual understanding. This edition also includes new material. In this physics class, the interactive learning paths of online learning alternate between brief material presentations like books or videos and painstakingly directed student engagements to replicate a discourse-based mode of instruction around the clock.

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Volume 1. Measurement —
Motion along a straight line —
Vectors —
Motion in two and three dimensions —
Force and motion —
I —
Force and motion —
II —
Kinetic energy and work —
Potential energy and conservation of energy —
Center of mass and linear momentum —
Rotation —
Rolling, torque, and angular momentum —
Equilibrium and elasticity —
Gravitation —
Fluids —
Oscillations —
Waves —
I —
Waves —
II —
Temperature, heat, and the first law of thermodynamics —
The kinetic theory of gases —
Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics. Volume 2. Coulomb’s law —
Electric fields —
Gauss’ law —
Electric potential —
Capacitance —
Current and resistance —
Circuits —
Magnetic fields —
magnetic fields due to currents —
Induction and inductance —
Electromagnetic oscillations and alternating current —
Maxwell’s equations
Magnetism of matter —
Electromagnetic waves —
Images —
Interference —
Diffraction —
Relativity —
Photons and matter waves —
More about matter waves —
All about atoms —
Conduction of electricity in solids —
Nuclear physics —
Energy from the mucleus —
Quarks, leptons, and the Big Bang.

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