Principles of Physics

Principles of Physics The th edition of halliday s fundamentals of physics builds upon previous issues by offering several new features and additions The book provides a very robust collection of high quality problem set

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  • Title: Principles of Physics
  • Author: Jearl Walker David Halliday Robert Resnick
  • ISBN: 9788126552566
  • Page: 394
  • Format: Paperback
  • The 10th edition of halliday s fundamentals of physics builds upon previous issues by offering several new features and additions The book provides a very robust collection of high quality problem sets, offering immediate and meaningful feedback to students, along with varying levels of question assistance In addition to offering the end of chapter problem sets, table ofThe 10th edition of halliday s fundamentals of physics builds upon previous issues by offering several new features and additions The book provides a very robust collection of high quality problem sets, offering immediate and meaningful feedback to students, along with varying levels of question assistance In addition to offering the end of chapter problem sets, table of contents chapter 1 measurement chapter 2 motion along a straight line chapter 3 vector chapter 4 motion in two and three dimensions chapter 5 force and motion i chapter 6 force and motion ii chapter 7 kinetic energy and work chapter 8 potential energy and conservation of energy chapter 9 center of mass and linear momentum chapter 10 rotation chapter 11 rolling, torque and angular momentum chapter 12 equilibrium and elasticity chapter 13 gravitation chapter 14 fluids chapter 15 oscillations chapter 16 waves i chapter 17 waves ii chapter 18 temperature, heat and the first law of thermodynamics chapter 19 the kinetic theory of gases chapter 20 entropy and the second law of thermodynamics chapter 21 electric charge chapter 22 electric fields chapter 23 gauss law chapter 24 electric potential chapter 25 capacitance chapter 26 current and resistance chapter 27 circuits chapter 28 magnetic fields chapter 29 magnetic fields due to currents chapter 30 induction and inductance chapter 31 electromagnetic oscillations and alternating current chapter 32 maxwell s equations magnetism of matter chapter 33 electromagnetic waves chapter 34 images chapter 35 interference chapter 36 diffraction chapter 37 relativity chapter 38 photons and matter waves chapter 39 about matter waves chapter 40 all about atoms chapter 41 conduction of electricity in solids chapter 42 nuclear physics chapter 43 energy from the nucleus chapter 44 quarks, leptons and the big bang

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    1. Lacks applications of concepts in Physics; I wish the book had more of it. On the good side, principles are laid out nicely. However, the author sometimes seems to go too far when explaining things making this book longer than it should've been. It's a fine book for reference but not for reading voraciously.

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