Physics Physics for Scientists and Engineers

# Physics for Scientists and Engineers Giancoli Calc • 4th Edition • 978-0131495089

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## Ch 01: Introduction, Measurement, Estimating

Introduction to Units Unit Conversions Solving Density Problems Dimensional Analysis Counting Significant Figures Operations with Significant Figures

## Ch 03: Kinematics in Two or Three Dimensions; Vectors

Review of Vectors vs. Scalars Introduction to Vectors Adding Vectors Graphically Vector Composition & Decomposition Adding Vectors by Components Trig Review Unit Vectors Intro to 2D Motion Projectile Motion More Projectile Motion Initial Velocity in Projectile Motion

## Ch 04: Dynamics: Newton's Laws of Motion

Intro to Forces + Newton's Laws Force Problems with Motion Forces with Multiple Objects Vertical Forces & Equilibrium More 1D Equilibrium Vertical Forces & Acceleration Landing & Jumping Problems Forces in 2D 2D Equilibrium

## Ch 05: Using Newton's Laws: Friction, Circular Motion, Drag Forces

Intro to Friction Kinetic Friction Static Friction Inclined Planes Inclines with Friction Forces in Connected Objects (Systems) Circular Motion Centripetal Forces

## Ch 12: Static Equilibrium; Elasticity and Fracture

More 2D Equilibrium Problems Torque & Equilibrium Equilibrium with Multiple Objects Equilibrium with Multiple Supports Review: Center of Mass Center of Mass & Simple Balance Equilibrium in 2D - Ladder Problems Beam / Shelf Against a Wall

## Ch 15: Wave Motion

What is a Wave? The Mathematical Description of a Wave Waves on a String Wave Interference Standing Waves

## Ch 16: Sound

Sound Waves Standing Sound Waves Sound Intensity The Doppler Effect Beats

## Ch 17: Temperature, Thermal Expansion, and the Ideal Gas Law

Temperature Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics Thermal Expansion Introduction to Ideal Gasses

## Ch 18: Kinetic Theory of Gases

Kinetic Theory of Gasses Temperature Change Across Phases Phase Diagrams, Triple Points and Critical Points

## Ch 19: Heat and the First Law of Thermodynamics

Introduction to Heat Calorimetry Heat Transfer Changes in Temperature & Heat Capacity Internal Energy Changes in Phase & Latent Heat Introduction to Heat Capacity First Law of Thermodynamics Thermal Processes

## Ch 20: Second Law of Thermodynamics

Four Stroke Piston Engine Carnot Cycle Refrigerators Entropy and the Second Law Statistical Interpretation of Entropy

## Ch 22: Gauss' Law

Electric Flux Gauss' Law Electric Flux with Calculus Gauss' Law with Calculus

## Ch 24: Capacitance, Dielectrics, Electric Energy

Capacitors & Capacitance Parallel Plate Capacitors Energy Stored by Capacitor Capacitance Using Calculus Combining Capacitors in Series & Parallel Solving Capacitor Circuits Intro To Dielectrics How Dielectrics Work Dielectric Breakdown

## Ch 25: Electric Currents and Resistance

Intro to Current Current with Calculus Resistors and Ohm's Law Power in Circuits Microscopic View of Current

## Ch 26: DC Circuits

Combining Resistors in Series & Parallel Kirchhoff's Junction Rule Solving Resistor Circuits Kirchhoff's Loop Rule

## Ch 29: Electromagnetic Induction

Intro to Induction Magnetic Flux Magnetic Flux with Calculus Faraday's Law Faraday's Law with Calculus Lenz's Law Motional EMF Transformers

## Ch 31: Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves

What is an Electromagnetic Wave? The Electromagnetic Spectrum Energy Carried by Electromagnetic Waves Electromagnetic Waves as Sinusoidal Waves Displacement Current and Maxwell's Equations

## Ch 32: Light, Reflection and Refraction

Ray Nature Of Light Reflection Of Light Refraction Of Light Total Internal Reflection

## Ch 33: Lenses and Optical Instruments

Ray Diagrams For Mirrors Mirror Equation Refraction At Spherical Surfaces Ray Diagrams For Lenses Thin Lens And Lens Maker Equations

## Ch 34: The Wave Nature of Light; Interference

Diffraction 36.02 (A, n/a): Diffraction with Huygen's Principle Young's Double Slit Experiment

## Ch 35: Diffraction and Polarization

Single Slit Diffraction Polarization Filters

## Ch 36: Special Relativity

Inertial Reference Frames Special Vs. Galilean Relativity Consequences of Relativity Lorentz Transformations