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035 _a(OCoLC)6421644
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_cDLC
_dDLC
_dBD-DhEWU
_beng
041 _aeng
050 1 0 _aQC21.2
_b.H35 1981
082 0 4 _a530
_bHAF 1981
100 1 _aHalliday, David,
_d1916-
_97356
245 1 0 _aFundamentals of physics /
_cDavid Halliday, Robert Resnick, with the assistance of W. Farrell Edwards, John Merrill.
250 _a2d ed.
260 _aNew York :
_bWiley,
_cc1981.
300 _axv, 816, [32] p. :
_bill. ;
_c27 cm.
500 _aIncludes index.
505 _tTOC
_aMeasurement -- Vectors -- Motion in one dimension -- Motion in a plane -- Particle dynamics--I -- Particle dynamics--II -- Work and energy -- The conservation of energy -- The dynamics of systems of particles -- Collisions -- Rotational kinematics -- Rotational dynamics -- Equilibrium of rigid bodies -- Oscillations -- Gravitation -- Fluid mechanics -- Waves in elastic media -- Sound waves -- Temperature -- Heat and the first law of thermodynamics -- Kinetic theory of gases -- Entropy and the second law of thermodynamics -- Charge and matter -- The electric field -- Gauss's law -- Electric potential -- Capacitors and dielectrics -- Current and resistance -- Electromotive force and circuits -- The magnetic field -- Ampre's law -- Faraday's law of induction -- Inductance -- Magnetic properties of matter -- Electromagnetic oscillations -- Alternating currents -- Maxwell's equations -- Electromagnetic waves -- Geometrical optics -- Interference -- Diffraction -- Light and quantum physics -- Waves and particles -- Appendices. A. The International System of Units (SI) -- B. Some fundamental constants of physics -- C. Some properties of the sun, the earth, and the moon -- D. Some properties of the planets -- E. The periodic table of the elements -- F. Conversion factors -- G. Mathematical symbols and the Greek alphabet -- H. Mathematical formulas -- I. Trigonometric functions -- J. Winners of the Nobel Prize in physics.
520 _aThis text addresses the issue of building "bridges of reason", so that students may move from qualitative understanding of any given physics concept to making decisions about how to solve a problem involving that concept.
526 _aAPE
590 _aSagar Shahanawaz
650 0 _aPhysics.
_916478
700 1 _aResnick, Robert,
_d1923-
_ejoint author.
_97358
856 4 2 _3WorldCat details
_uhttps://www.worldcat.org/title/fundamentals-of-physics/oclc/6421644&referer=brief_results
856 4 2 _3E-book Fulltext
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