Physics, Volume II / Edition 3

Physics, Volume II / Edition 3

by James S. Walker
     
 

ISBN-10: 0132199289

ISBN-13: 9780132199285

Pub. Date: 01/23/2006

Publisher: Benjamin Cummings

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780132199285
Publisher:
Benjamin Cummings
Publication date:
01/23/2006
Edition description:
REV
Pages:
560
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 10.88(h) x 0.76(d)

Table of Contents

Contents

 

Applications in the Text    xxi

 

Preface: To the Instructor   xxv

 

Preface: To the Student    xxxix

 

Guide to Features of the Text xl

 PART III ELECTROMAGNETISM

 19   Electric Charges, Forces, and Fields    625

 

19-1  Electric Charge    626

19-2  Insulators and Conductors   629

19-3  Coulomb’s Law    630

19-4  The Electric Field    637

19-5  Electric Field Lines   643

19-6  Shielding and Charging by Induction 646

19-7  Electric Flux and Gauss’s Law   649

  Chapter Summary 653

  Problem-Solving Summary    654

  Conceptual Questions   655

  Conceptual Exercises   655

  Problems    657

 20   Electric Potential and Electric Potential Energy  662

20-1  Electric Potential Energy and the Electric Potential 663

20-2  Energy Conservation    666

20-3  The Electric Potential of Point Charges 669

20-4  Equipotential Surfaces and the Electric Field   673

20-5  Capacitors and Dielectrics   677

20-6  Electrical Energy Storage    683

  Chapter Summary 685

  Problem-Solving Summary    687

  Conceptual Questions   687

  Conceptual Exercises   688

  Problems    689

 21   Electric Current and Direct-Current Circuits   695

 

21-1  Electric Current   696

21-2  Resistance andOhm’s Law    702

21-3  Energy and Power in Electric Circuits    705

21-4  Resistors in Series and Parallel 708

21-5  Kirchoff’s Rules   714

21-6  Circuits Containing Capacitors 717

21-7  RC Circuits 720

*21-8   Anmeters and Voltmeters    723

Chapter Summary 724

  Problem-Solving Summary 726

  Conceptual Questions   727

  Conceptual Exercises   727

  Problems    729

 22   Magnetism 735

 

21-1  The Magnetic Field    736

22-2  The Magnetic Force on Moving Charges  738

22-3  The Motion of Charged Particles in a Magnetic Field 742

22-4    The Magnetic Force Exerted on a Current-Carrying Wire 747

22-5  Loops of Current and Magnetic Torque 749

22-6  Electric Currents, Magnetic Fields, and Ampère’s Law 751

22-7  Current Loops and Solenoids    755

22-8  Magnetism in Matter    758

Chapter Summary 760

  Problem-Solving Summary 763

  Conceptual Questions   763

  Conceptual Exercises   763

  Problems 765

 23   Magnetic Flux and Faraday’s Law of Induction 771

 

23-1  Induced Electromotive Force    772

23-2  Magnetic Flux   773

23-3  Faraday’s Law of Induction   775

23-4  Lenz’s Law 778

23-5  Mechanical Work and Electrical Energy   781

23-6  Generators and Motors    784

23-7  Inductance    787

23-8  RL Circuits 790

23-9  Energy Stored in a Magnetic Field 791

23-10   Transformers 793

Chapter Summary 796

  Problem-Solving Summary 798

  Conceptual Questions   798

  Conceptual Exercises   799

  Problems 800

 24   Alternating-Current Circuits   806

 

24-1  Alternating Voltages and Currents 807

24-2  Capacitors in AC Circuits    812

24-3  RC Circuits 815

24-4  Inductors in AC Circuits   820

24-5  RLC Circuits   823

24-6  Resonance in Electrical Circuits    827

Chapter Summary 832

  Problem-Solving Summary 834

  Conceptual Questions   834

  Conceptual Exercises   864

  Problems 835

 PART IV LIGHT AND OPTICS   25   Electromagnetic Waves

25-1    The Production of Electromagnetic Waves

25-2    The Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves

25-3    The Electromagnetic Spectrum

25-4    Energy and Momentum in Electromagnetic Waves

25-5    Polarization

Chapter Summary 760

  Problem-Solving Summary 763

  Conceptual Questions   763

  Conceptual Exercises   763

  Problems 765

 26 Geometrical Optics

 

26-1    The Reflection of Light

26-2    Forming Images with a Plane Mirror

26-3  Spherical Mirrors

26-4  Ray Tracing and the Mirror Equation

26-5    The Refraction of Light

26-6    Ray Tracing for Lenses

26-7    The Thin-Lens Equation

26-8    Dispersion and the Rainbow

Chapter Summary 760

  Problem-Solving Summary 763

  Conceptual Questions   763

  Conceptual Exercises   763

  Problems 765

 27 Optical Instruments

 

27-1    The Human Eye and the Camera

27-2    Lenses in Combination and Corrective Optics

27-3    The Magnifying Glass

27-4    The Compound Microscope

27-5    Telescopes

27-6    Lens Aberrations

Chapter Summary 760

  Problem-Solving Summary 763

  Conceptual Questions   763

  Conceptual Exercises   763

  Problems 765

 28 Physical Optics: Interference and Diffraction

 

28-1    Superposition and Interference

28-2    Young’s Two-Slit Experiment

28-3    Interference in Reflected Waves

28-4    Diffraction

28-5    Resolution

28-6    Diffraction Gratings

Chapter Summary 760

  Problem-Solving Summary 763

  Conceptual Questions   763

  Conceptual Exercises   763

  Problems 765

 PART V  MODERN PHYSICS

 29 Relativity

 

29-1    The Postulates of Special Relativity

29-2    The Relativity of Time and Time Dilation

29-3    The Relativity of Length and Length Contraction

29-4    The Relativistic Addition of Velocities

29-5    Relativistic Momentum

29-6    Relativistic Energy and E = mc2

29-7    The Relativistic Universe

29-8    General Relativity

Chapter Summary 760

  Problem-Solving Summary 763

  Conceptual Questions   763

  Conceptual Exercises   763

  Problems 765

 30 Quantum Physics

 

30-1    Blackbody Radiation and Planck’s Hypothesis of Quantized Energy

30-2    Photons and the Photoelectric Effect

30-3    The Mass and Momentum of a Photos

30-4    Photon Scattering and the Compton Effect

30-5    The de Broglie Hypothesis and Wave-Particle Duality

30-6    The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle

30-7    Quantum Tunneling

Chapter Summary 760

  Problem-Solving Summary 763

  Conceptual Questions   763

  Conceptual Exercises   763

  Problems 765

 31 Atomic Physics

 

31-1    Early Models of the Atom

31-2    The Spectrum of Atomic Hydrogen

31-3    Bohr’s Model of the Hydrogen Atom

31-4    de Broglie Waves and the Bohr Model

31-5    The Quantum Mechanical Hydrogen Atom

31-6    Multielectron Atoms and the Periodic Table

31-7    Atomic Radiation

Chapter Summary 760

  Problem-Solving Summary 763

  Conceptual Questions   763

  Conceptual Exercises   763

  Problems 765

 32 Nuclear Physics and Nuclear Radiation

 

32-1    The Constituents and Structure of Nuclei

32-2    Radioactivity

32-3    Half-Life and Radioactive Dating

32-4    Nuclear Binding Energy

32-5    Nuclear Fission

32-6    Nuclear Fusion

32-7    Practical Applications of Nuclear Physics

32-8    Elementary Particles

32-9    Unified Forces and Cosmology

Chapter Summary 760

  Problem-Solving Summary 763

  Conceptual Questions   763

  Conceptual Exercises   763

  Problems 765

 Appendices

 

Appendix A

Basic Mathematical Tools    A-1

Appendix B

Typical Values A-11

Appendix C

Planetary Data    A-12

Appendix D

Elements of Electrical Circuits A-13

Appendix E

Periodic Table of the Elements A-14

Appendix F

Properties of Selected Isotopes    A-15

Answers to Your Turn Problems   ANS-1

Answers to Odd-Numbered Conceptual Questions   ANS-21

Answers to Odd-Numbered Conceptual Exercises    ANS-28

Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems    ANS-35

Photo Credits    P-1

Index I-1

 

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