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Physics for Scientists and Engineers Serway Calc • 10th Edition • 978-1337553278

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Ch 01: Physics and Measurement

Intro, Units & Conversions

Ch 02: Motion in One Dimension

Intro to Motion (Kinematics) Motion with Multiple Parts Meet/Catch Problems Vertical Motion

Ch 03: Vectors

Intro to Vectors (Basic Trigonometry) Vectors with More Trigonometry

Ch 04: Motion in Two Dimensions

Intro to 2D Motion Projectile Motion More Projectile Motion Initial Velocity in Projectile Motion Circular Motion

Ch 05: The 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 Intro to Friction Kinetic Friction Static Friction Inclined Planes Inclines with Friction Forces in Connected Objects (Systems)

Ch 06: Circular Motion and Other Applications of Newton's Laws

Uniform Circular Motion Centripetal Forces

Ch 07: Energy of a System

Intro to Energy Intro to Calculating Work Work By Gravity & Inclined Planes Work By Variable Forces (Springs) Net Work & Kinetic Energy More Work-Energy Problems Power Intro to Springs (Hooke's Law) Calculating Work via Integration Force & Potential Energy Instantaneous Power

Ch 08: Conservation of Energy

Intro to Conservation of Energy Energy with Non-Conservative Forces Conservative Forces & Inclined Planes Motion Along Curved Paths Energy in Connected Objects (Systems) Solving Projectile Motion Using Energy Springs & Elastic Potential Energy Escape Velocity

Ch 09: Linear Momentum and Collisions

Intro to Momentum Intro to Impulse Impulse with Variable Forces Intro to Conservation of Momentum Push-Away Problems Adding Mass to a Moving System How to Identify the Type of Collision Inelastic Collisions 2D Collisions Newton's Second Law and Momentum Momentum & Impulse in 2D Push-Away Problems With Energy Elastic Collisions Collisions & Motion (Momentum & Energy) Collisions with Springs Intro to Center of Mass

Ch 10: Rotation of a Rigid Object About a Fixed Axis

Rotational Position & Displacement Rotational Velocity & Acceleration Equations of Rotational Motion Converting Between Linear & Rotational Types of Acceleration in Rotation Rolling Motion (Free Wheels) Intro to Connected Wheels More Connect Wheels (Bicycles) Intro to Moment of Inertia Moment of Inertia of Systems Moment of Inertia & Mass Distribution Parallel Axis Theorem Moment of Inertia via Integration Intro to Rotational Kinetic Energy Types of Motion & Energy Energy of Rolling Motion Conservation of Energy with Rotation More Conservation of Energy Problems Conservation of Energy in Rolling Motion Intro to Torque Net Torque & Sign of Torque Torque Due to Weight Torque on Discs & Pulleys Torque & Acceleration (Rotational Dynamics) How to Solve: Energy vs Torque Torque with Kinematic Equations Rotational Dynamics with Two Motions Rotational Dynamics of Rolling Motion

Ch 11: Angular Momentum

Jumping Into/Out of Moving Disc Intro to Angular Momentum Angular Momentum of a Point Mass Angular Momentum of Objects in Linear Motion Angular Momentum & Newton's Second Law Conservation of Angular Momentum Opening/Closing Arms on Rotating Stool Spinning on String of Variable Length Intro to Angular Collisions Angular Collisions with Linear Motion

Ch 12: Static Equilibrium and Elasticity

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 More 2D Equilibrium Problems

Ch 13: Universal Gravitation

Newton's Law of Gravity Gravitational Forces in 2D Acceleration Due to Gravity Satellite Motion: Intro Overview of Kepler's Laws Kepler's First Law Kepler's Third Law Kepler's Third Law in Elliptical Orbits Satellite Motion: Speed & Period Geosynchronous Orbits Gravitational Potential Energy Gravitational Potential Energy for Systems of Masses Energy of Circular Orbits Energy of Elliptical Orbits Escape Velocity Mass Distributions with Calculus

Ch 14: Fluid Mechanics

Density Intro to Pressure Pascal's Law & Hydraulic Lift Pressure Gauge: Barometer Pressure Gauge: Manometer Pressure Gauge: U-shaped Tube Buoyancy & Buoyant Force Ideal vs Real Fluids Fluid Flow & Continuity Equation

Ch 15: Oscillatory Motion

Spring Force (Hooke's Law) Intro to Simple Harmonic Motion (Horizontal Springs) Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion Simple Harmonic Motion of Vertical Springs Simple Harmonic Motion of Pendulums Energy in Pendulums

Ch 16: Wave Motion

What is a Wave? The Mathematical Description of a Wave Waves on a String Wave Interference Standing Waves Sound Waves Sound Intensity The Doppler Effect

Ch 17: Superposition and Standing Waves

Standing Sound Waves Beats

Ch 18: Temperature

Temperature Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics Thermal Expansion

Ch 19: The First Law of Thermodynamics

Temperature Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics Thermal Expansion

Ch 20: The Kinetic Theory of Gases

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

Ch 21: Heat Engines, Entropy, and the Second Law of Thermodynamics

Introduction to Ideal Gasses Kinetic Theory of Gasses

Ch 22: Electric Fields

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

Ch 23: Continuous Charge Distributions and Gauss's Law

Electric Charge Charging Objects Charging By Induction Conservation of Charge Coulomb's Law (Electric Force) Coulomb's Law with Calculus Electric Field Electric Fields with Calculus Parallel Plate Capacitors Electric Field Lines Dipole Moment

Ch 24: Electric Potential

Electric Fields in Conductors Electric Flux Gauss' Law Electric Flux with Calculus Gauss' Law with Calculus

Ch 25: Capacitance and Dielectrics

Electric Potential Energy Electric Potential Work From Electric Force Relationships Between Force, Field, Energy, Potential Potential Difference with Calculus The ElectronVolt Equipotential Surfaces Electric Field As Derivative of Potential

Ch 26: Current and Resistance

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 27: Direct-Current Circuits

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

Ch 28: Magnetic Fields

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

Ch 29: Sources of the Magnetic Field

Magnets and Magnetic Fields Summary of Magnetism Problems Force on Moving Charges & Right Hand Rule Circular Motion of Charges in Magnetic Fields Mass Spectrometer Magnetic Force on Current-Carrying Wire Force and Torque on Current Loops

Ch 30: Faraday's Law

Magnetic Field Produced by Moving Charges Magnetic Field Produced by Straight Currents Magnetic Force Between Parallel Currents Magnetic Force Between Two Moving Charges Magnetic Field Produced by Loops and Solenoids Toroidal Solenoids aka Toroids Biot-Savart Law with Calculus Ampere's Law with Calculus

Ch 31: Inductance

Induction Experiments Magnetic Flux Magnetic Flux with Calculus Faraday's Law Faraday's Law with Calculus Lenz's Law Motional EMF

Ch 32: Alternating-Current Circuits

Mutual Inductance Self Inductance Inductors LR Circuits LC Circuits LRC Circuits

Ch 33: Electromagnetic Waves

Alternating Voltages and Currents RMS Current and Voltage Power in AC Circuits Phasors Resistors in AC Circuits Phasors for Resistors Capacitors in AC Circuits Phasors for Capacitors Inductors in AC Circuits Phasors for Inductors Impedance in AC Circuits Series LRC Circuits Resonance in Series LRC Circuits Transformers

Ch 34: The Nature of Light and the Principles of Ray Optics

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 35: Image Formation

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

Ch 36: Wave Optics

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

Ch 37: Diffraction Patterns and Polarization

Diffraction Diffraction with Huygen's Principle Young's Double Slit Experiment Single Slit Diffraction Polarization Filters

Ch 38: Relativity

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

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