Solution Manual for Physics for Scientists and Engineers 1st Edition by Katz
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|Table of Contents||Part I: CLASSICAL MECHANICS. 1. Getting Started. 2. One-Dimensional Motion. 3. Vectors. 4. Two- and Three-Dimensional Motion. 5. Newton’s Laws of Motion. 6. Applications of Newton’s Laws of Motion. 7. Gravity. 8. Conservation of Energy. 9. Energy in Non-Isolated Systems. 10. Systems of Particles and Conservation of Momentum. 11. Collisions. 12. Rotation I: Kinematics and Dynamics. 13. Rotation II: A Conservation Approach. Part II: MECHANICS OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS. 14. Static Equilibrium, Elasticity, and Fracture. 15. Fluids. 16. Oscillations. 17. Traveling Waves. 18. Superposition and Standing Waves. 19. Temperature, Thermal Expansion, and Gas Laws. 20. Kinetic Theory of Gases. 21. Heat and the First Law of Thermodynamics. 22. Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics. PART III: ELECTRICITY. 23. Electric Forces. 24. Electric Fields. 25. Gauss’s Law. 26. Electric Potential. 27. Capacitors and Batteries. 28. Current and Resistance. 29. Direct Current (DC) Circuits. PART IV: MAGNETISM. 30. Magnetic Fields and Forces. 31. Gauss’s Law for Magnetism and Ampère’s Law. 32. Faraday’s Law of Induction. 33. Inductors and AC Circuits. 34. Maxwell’s Equations and Electromagnetic Waves. PART V: LIGHT. 35. Diffraction and Interference. 36. Applications of the Wave Model. 37. Reflection and Images Formed by Reflection. 38. Refraction and Images Formed by Refraction. PART VI: 20TH CENTURY PHYSICS. 39. Relativity. 40. The Origin of Quantum Physics 41. Schrödinger's Equation 42. Atoms 43. Nuclear and Particle Physics.|