Fundamentals of Physics: Extended (11th Edition)

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


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David Halliday, Robert Resnick, Jearl Walker


Wiley; 11th edition




1456 pages






1119460131; 111946014X; 1119460158


9781119460138/ 9781119460145/ 9781119460152

Book Description

Fundamentals of Physics; 11th edition (PDF) is renowned for its supreme problem-solving skills development; reasoning skills development; and focus on conceptual understanding. In this course; interactive pathways of online learning alternate between short content presentations such as readings or video and meticulously guided student engagements to simulate a discourse style of teaching 24/7.

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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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