Subjects examined include vectors and scalars, plane motion, dynamics of a particle, work and energy, conservation of energy, dynamics of systems and particles, rotational kinematics and dynamics, harmonic motion, sound waves, gravitation, equilibrium of rigid bodies, fluid statics and dynamics, temperature, heat and the first law of thermodynamics, kinetic theory of gases, and entropy and the second law of thermodynamics. Advanced topics covered are electromagnetism and electric fields, Gauss' Law, electric potential, capacitors, current and resistance, circuits, magnetic field and currents, Faraday's Law and inductance, electromagnetic oscillations, alternating currents, electromagnetic waves, geometrical optics, interference, and diffraction.
Subjects examined include vectors plane motion, conservation of energy, dynamics of systems and particles, sound waves, gravitation, temperature, heat and the first and second laws of thermodynamics. Advanced topics covered are electromagnetism, Gauss' Law, electric circuits, Faraday's Law, electromagnetic waves, and geometrical optics.
Chapter 1 Vectors and Scalars
1.1 Basic Definitions of Vectors and Scalars
1.2 Addition of Vectors (a- + b-)—Geometric Methods
1.3 Subtraction of Vectors
1.4 The Components of a Vector
1.5 The Unit Vector
1.6 Adding Vectors Analytically
1.7 Multiplication of Vectors
Quiz: Vectors and Scalars
Chapter 2 One-Dimensional Motion
2.1 Basic Definitions
2.2 Motion with Constant Acceleration
2.3 Freely Falling Bodies
Quiz: One-dimensional Motion
Chapter 3 Plane Motion
3.1 Displacement, Velocity, and Acceleration in General Planar Motion
3.2 Motion in a Plane with Constant Acceleration
3.3 Projectile Motion
3.4 Uniform Circular Motion
Quiz: Plane Motion
Chapter 4 Dynamics of a Particle
4.1 Newtons Second Law
4.2 Newtons Third Law
4.3 Mass and Weight
4.4 Friction
4.5 The Dynamics of Uniform Circular Motion—Centripetal Force
Quiz: Dynamics of a Particle
Chapter 5 Work and Energy
5.1 Work Done by a Constant Force
5.2 Block on an Inclined Plane
5.3 Work Done by a Varying Force
5.4 Power
5.5 Kinetic Energy
5.6 Work-Energy Theorem
Quiz: Work and Energy
Chapter 6 Conservation of Energy
6.1 Conservative Forces
6.2 Potential Energy
6.3 Conservation of Mechanical Energy
6.4 One-dimensional Conservative Systems
6.5 Nonconservative Forces
6.6 The Conservation of Energy
6.7 The Relationship Between Mass and Energy
Quiz: Conservation of Energy
Chapter 7 The Dynamics of Systems of Particles
7.1 Center of Mass of a System of Particles
7.2 Motion of the Center of Mass
7.3 Work-Energy Theorem for a System of Particles
7.4 Linear Momentum of a Particle
7.5 Linear Momentum of a System of Particles
7.6 Conservation of Linear Momentum
7.7 Elastic and Inelastic Collisions in One Dimension
7.8 Collisions in Two and Three Dimensions
Quiz: The Dynamics of Systems of Particles
Chapter 8 Rotational Kinematics
8.1 Rotational Motion—The Variables
8.2 Rotational Motion with Constant Angular Acceleration
8.3 Relation Between Linear and Angular Kinematics for a Particle in Circular Motion
Quiz: Rotational Kinematics
Chapter 9 Rotational Dynamics
9.1 Torque
9.2 Angular Momentum
9.3 Kinetic Energy of Rotation and Rotational Inertia
9.4 Some Rotational Inertias
9.5 Rotational Dynamics of a Rigid Body
9.6 Rolling Bodies
9.7 Conservation of Angular Momentum
Quiz: Rotational Dynamics
Chapter 10 Harmonic Motion
10.1 Oscillations—Simple Harmonic Motion (SHM)
10.2 Energy Considerations of SHM
10.3 Pendulums
10.4 Simple Harmonic Motion and Uniform Circular Motion
Quiz: Harmonic Motion
Chapter 11 Sound Waves
11.1 Speed of Sound
11.2 Intensity of Sound
11.3 Allowed Frequencies of a String, Fixed at Both Ends, or an Organ Pipe, Open at Both Ends
11.4 The Beat Equation for Particle Displacement
11.5 The Beat Frequency
11.6 The Doppler Effect
11.7 Half Angle of a Shock Wave
Quiz: Sound Waves
Chapter 12 Gravitation
12.1 Newtons Law of Gravitation
12.2 The Motion of Planets and Satellites—Keplers Laws of Planetary Motion
12.3 Angular Momentum of Orbiting Planets
12.4 Gravitational Potential Energy
12.5 Potential Energy for a System of Particles
12.6 Kinetic Energy
12.7 Total Energy
Quiz: Gravitation
Chapter 13 Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies
13.1 Rigid Bodies in Static Equilibrium
13.2 Free-body Diagrams
Quiz: Equilibrium of Rigid Bodies
Chapter 14 Fluid Statics
14.1 Pressure in a Static Fluid
14.2 Archimedes Principle (Buoyancy)
14.3 Measurement of Pressures
Chapter 15 Fluid Dynamics
15.1 Equation of Continuity
15.2 Bernoullis Equation
15.3 Viscosity
15.4 Reynolds Number: NR
Chapter 16 Temperature
16.1 The Kelvin, Celsius, and Fahrenheit Scales
16.2 Coefficients of Thermal Expansion
Quiz: Fluid Statics—Temperature
Chapter 17 Heat and the First Law of Thermodynamics
17.1 Quantity of Heat and Specific Heat
17.2 Heat Conduction
17.3 Thermal Resistance, R
17.4 Convection
17.5 Thermal Radiation
17.6 Heat and Work
17.7 The First Law of Thermodynamics
17.8 Applications of the First Law of Thermodynamics
Quiz: Heat and the First Law of Thermodynamics
Chapter 18 Kinetic Theory of Gases
18.1 Ideal Gas Equation
18.2 Pressure and Molecular Speed of an Ideal Gas
18.3 Kinetic Energy of an Ideal Gas
18.4 Internal Energy of an Ideal Monatomic Gas
18.5 Specific Heats of an Ideal Gas
18.6 Mean Free Path
Quiz: Kinetic Theory of Gases
Chapter 19 Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
19.1 Efficiency of a Heat Engine
19.2 Entropy, S
Quiz: Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
Chapter 20 Electromagnetism and Electric Fields
20.1 Coulombs Law
20.2 Definition of an Electric Field
20.3 Lines of Force
20.4 Electric Field for a Point Charge
20.5 Torque and Potential Energy of a Dipole
Chapter 21 Gauss Law
21.1 Flux of the Electric Field
21.2 Gauss Law
21.3 Applications of Gauss Law
21.4 Various Gaussian Surfaces
Quiz: Electromagnetism—Gauss Law
Chapter 22 Electric Potential (Voltage)
22.1 Electric Potential
22.2 Potential Difference in a Uniform Electric Field
22.3 Electric Potential Due to a Point Charge
22.4 Potential of a Group of Point Charges
22.5 Electric Potential Due to a Dipole
22.6 Electric Potential Energy
22.7 Calculation of E from V
Quiz: Electric Potential (Voltage)
Chapter 23 Capacitors
23.1 Parallel-plate Capacitors
23.2 Cylindrical Capacitors
23.3 Spherical Capacitors
23.4 Capacitors in Series
23.5 Capacitors in Parallel
23.6 Energy Stored in a Capacitor
23.7 Energy Density in an Electric Field
23.8 Parallel-plate Capacitor with Dielectric
23.9 Cylindrical Capacitor with Dielectric
23.10 Energy Stored in a Capacitor with a Dielectric
23.11 Energy Density in an Electric Field with a Dielectric
23.12 Gauss Law with a Dielectric
Quiz: Capacitors
Chapter 24 Current and Resistance
24.1 Electric Current
24.2 Current Density and Current
24.3 Mean Drift Speed
24.4 Resistance
24.5 Resistivity
24.6 Temperature and Resistivity
24.7 Calculation of a Metals Resistivity
24.8 Power
24.9 Joules Law
Chapter 25 Circuits
25.1 Electromotive Force, EMF(e)
25.2 Current in a Simple Circuit
25.3 The Loop Theorem
25.4 Circuit with Several Loops
25.5 RC Circuits (Resistors and Capacitors)
Quiz: Current and Resistance—Circuits
Chapter 26 The Magnetic Field
26.1 Force in a Magnetic Field
26.2 Force on a Current-carrying Wire
26.3 Torque on a Current Loop
26.4 Energy of a Dipole
26.5 Circulating Charged Orbitals in a Magnetic Field
26.6 E/M for an Electron (Thomsons Experiment)
Chapter 27 Magnetic Fields and Currents
27.1 The Biot-Savart Law
27.2 Parallel Conductors
27.3 Amperes Law
27.4 Magnetic Field of a Solenoid
27.5 Magnetic Field of a Toroid
27.6 Magnetic Field of a Current Loop
Quiz: The Magnetic Field—Magnetic Fields and Currents
Chapter 28 Faradays Law and Inductance
28.1 Magnetic Flux
28.2 Faradays Law of Induction
28.3 Faradays Law with Electric Fields
28.4 Self-inductance
28.5 Inductance of a Solenoid
28.6 The RL Circuit
28.7 Current Change in an RL Circuit
28.8 Energy Stored by an Inductor
28.9 Energy Stored in a Magnetic Field
28.10 EMF Due to Mutual Induction
28.11 Mutual Inductance of Close-packed Coils (i.e., Solenoids, Toroids, etc.)
Quiz: Faradays Law and Inductance
Chapter 29 Electromagnetic Oscillations
29.1 Energy Transfers in LC Oscillations
29.2 Frequency of LC Oscillations
29.3 Conservation of Energy for LC Oscillations
29.4 Conservation of Energy for Damped (RCL) Oscillations
29.5 Solution for the Energy Conservation
29.6 Forced Oscillations
Chapter 30 Alternating Currents
30.1 A Resistive Circuit
30.2 A Capacitive Circuit
30.3 An Inductive Circuit
30.4 Current Amplitude
30.5 Impedance
30.6 Phase Angle
30.7 Resonance
30.8 Power: Two Equations
30.9 The Transformer
Quiz: Electromagnetic Oscillations—Alternating Currents
Chapter 31 Electromagnetic Waves
31.1 Speed of Light
31.2 The Poynting Vector
31.3 Polarization of Light
31.4 The Doppler Effect for Light
Chapter 32 Geometrical Optics
32.1 Reflection and Refraction
32.2 Snells Law
32.3 Total Internal Reflection
32.4 Brewsters Law
32.5 Incident Angle Plane Mirrors
32.6 Spherical Mirrors
32.7 Spherical Refracting Surface
32.8 Thin Lenses
32.9 Thin Lens Diagrams
Quiz: Electromagnetic Waves—Geometrical Optics
Chapter 33 Interference
33.1 Youngs Experiment
33.2 Interference Maxima and Minima
33.3 Adding Phasors
33.4 Thin-film Interference
Chapter 34 Diffraction
34.1 Single-slit Diffraction
34.2 Circular Diffraction
34.3 Rayleighs Criterion
34.4 Double-slit Diffraction
34.5 Multiple-slit Diffraction
34.6 Diffraction Gratings
34.7 X-ray Diffraction
Quiz: Interference—Diffraction