Algebra-Based College Physics: Part II

Electricity to Nuclear Physics

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92 pages
Idioma:
 English
This book provides a concise, but yet comprehensive text of the key topics and concepts covered in the algebra-based introductory physics course at a comprehensive public university.
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Sobre el autor

The author is a native of Basel, Switzerland, where he also earned a Diploma (in 1985) and Ph.D. (in 1989) in Theoretical Physics. The main research interest of the author is statistical physics applied to a wide variety of problems from physics, chemistry, and biology. After several postdoctoral app...

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This book (Part I and Part II) grew from the request of the author’s students to provide a concise, but yet comprehensive text of the key topics and concepts covered in his algebra-based introductory physics course at a comprehensive public university. Any scientific discipline can only be mastered if the key concepts are applied to a wide-range of problems. Physics is no exception, and this book is intended for use along with one of the existing college-physics texts, where a much greater selection of practice problems can be found.

  1. Electricity
    1. Electric charges and forces
    2. Electric Field
    3. Work and Electrostatic Potential
    4. Capacitor and Dielectric Material
    5. Capacitors in Series and Parallel
  2. DC-circuits
    1. Electric Circuits
    2. RC-circuit
  3. Magnetic Fields
    1. Magnetic forces and magnetic fields
    2. Electromagnetic Induction
  4. Electromagnetic Waves
  5. Geometric Optics
    1. Mirrors
    2. Lenses
  6. Physical Optics
  7. Special Relativity
  8. Quantum Physics
    1. Photons
    2. Wave nature of particles
    3. Atomic Physics
  9. Nuclear Physics