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Volume 1 contains chapters 1-19 | |

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Volume 2 contains chapters 20-39 | |

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Doing Physics | |

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Realms of Physics | |

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Measurements and Units | |

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Working with Numbers | |

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Strategies for Learning Physics | |

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Mechanics | |

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Motion in a Straight Line | |

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Average Motion | |

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Instantaneous Velocity | |

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Acceleration | |

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Constant Acceleration | |

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The Acceleration of Gravity | |

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Motion in Two and Three Dimensions | |

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Vectors | |

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Velocity and Acceleration Vectors | |

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Relative Motion | |

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Constant Acceleration | |

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Projectile Motion | |

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Uniform Circular Motion | |

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Force and Motion | |

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The Wrong Question | |

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Newton's First and Second Laws | |

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Forces | |

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The Force of Gravity | |

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Using Newton's Second Law | |

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Newton's Third Law | |

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Using Newton's Laws | |

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Using Newton's Second Law | |

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Multiple Objects | |

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Circular Motion | |

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Friction | |

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Drag Forces | |

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Work, Energy, and Power | |

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Work | |

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Forces That Vary | |

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Kinetic Energy | |

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Power | |

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Conservation of Energy | |

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Conservative and Nonconservative Forces | |

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Potential Energy | |

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Conservation of Mechanical Energy | |

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Potential-Energy Curves | |

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Gravity | |

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Toward a Law of Gravity | |

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Universal Gravitation | |

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Orbital Motion | |

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Gravitational Energy | |

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The Gravitational Field | |

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Systems of Particles | |

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Center of Mass | |

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Momentum | |

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Kinetic Energy of a System | |

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Collisions | |

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Totally Inelastic Collisions | |

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Elastic Collisions | |

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Rotational Motion | |

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Angular Velocity and Acceleration | |

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Torque | |

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Rotational Inertia and the Analog of Newton's Law | |

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Rotational Energy | |

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Rolling Motion | |

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Rotational Vectors and Angular Momentum | |

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Angular Velocity and Acceleration Vectors | |

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Torque and the Vector Cross Product | |

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Angular Momentum | |

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Conservation of Angular Momentum | |

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Gyroscopes and Precession | |

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Static Equilibrium | |

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Conditions for Equilibrium | |

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Center of Gravity | |

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Examples of Static Equilibrium | |

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Stability | |

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Oscillations, Waves, and Fluids | |

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Oscillatory Motion | |

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Describing Oscillatory Motion | |

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Simple Harmonic Motion | |

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Applications of Simple Harmonic Motion | |

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Circular and Harmonic Motion | |

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Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion | |

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Damped Harmonic Motion | |

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Driven Oscillations and Resonance | |

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Wave Motion | |

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Waves and Their Properties | |

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Wave Math | |

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Waves on a String | |

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Sound Waves | |

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Interference | |

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Reflection and Refraction | |

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Standing Waves | |

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The Doppler Effect and Shock Waves | |

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Fluid Motion | |

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Density and Pressure | |

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Hydrostatic Equilibrium | |

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Archimedes' Principle and Buoyancy | |

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Fluid Dynamics | |

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Applications of Fluid Dynamics | |

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Viscosity and Turbulence | |

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Thermodynamics | |

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Temperature and Heat | |

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Heat, Temperature, and Thermodynamic Equilibrium | |

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Heat Capacity and Specific Heat | |

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Heat Transfer | |

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Thermal-Energy Balance | |

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The Thermal Behavior of Matter | |

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Gases | |

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Phase Changes | |

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Thermal Expansion | |

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Heat, Work, and the First Law of Thermodynamics | |

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The First Law of Thermodynamics | |

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Thermodynamic Processes | |

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Specific Heats of an Ideal Gas | |

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The Second Law of Thermodynamics | |

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Reversibility and Irreversibility | |

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The Second Law of Thermodynamics | |

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Applications of the Second Law | |

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Entropy and Energy Quality | |

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Electromagnetism | |

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Electric Charge, Force, and Field | |

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Electric Charge | |

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Coulomb's Law | |

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The Electric Field | |

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Fields of Charge Distributions | |

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Matter in Electric Fields | |

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Gauss's Law | |

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Electric Field Lines | |

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Electric Flux and Field | |

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Gauss's Law | |

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Using Gauss's Law | |

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Fields of Arbitrary Charge Distributions | |

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Gauss's Law and Conductors | |

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Electric Potential | |

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Electric Potential Difference | |

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Calculating Potential Difference | |

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Potential Difference and the Electric Field | |

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Charged Conductors | |

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Electrostatic Energy and Capacitors | |

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Electrostatic Energy | |

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Capacitors | |

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Using Capacitors | |

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Energy in the Electric Field | |

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Electric Current | |

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Electric Current | |

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Conduction Mechanisms | |

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Resistance and Ohm's Law | |

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Electric Power | |

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Electrical Safety | |

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Electric Circuits | |

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Circuits, Symbols, and Electromotive Force | |

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Series and Parallel Resistors | |

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Kirchhoff's Laws and Multiloop Circuits | |

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Electrical Measurements | |

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Capacitors in Circuits | |

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Magnetism: Force and Field | |

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What Is Magnetism? | |

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Magnetic Force and Field | |

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Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields | |

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The Magnetic Force on a Current | |

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Origin of the Magnetic Field | |

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Magnetic Dipoles | |

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Magnetic Matter | |

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Ampere's Law | |

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Electromagnetic Induction | |

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Induced Currents | |

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Faraday's Law | |

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Induction and Energy | |

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Inductance | |

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Magnetic Energy | |

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Induced Electric Fields | |

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Alternating-Current Circuits | |

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Alternating Current | |

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Circuit Elements in AC Circuits | |

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LC Circuits | |

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Driven RLC Circuits and Resonance | |

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Power in AC Circuits | |

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Transformers and Power Supplies | |

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Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves | |

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The Four Laws of Electromagnetism | |

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Ambiguity in Ampere's Law | |

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Maxwell's Equations | |

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Electromagnetic Waves | |

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Properties of Electromagnetic Waves | |

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The Electromagnetic Spectrum | |

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Producing Electromagnetic Waves | |

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Energy and Momentum in Electromagnetic Waves | |

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Optics | |

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Reflection and Refraction | |

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Reflection | |

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Refraction | |

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Total Internal Reflection | |

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Dispersion | |

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Images and Optical Instruments | |

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Images with Mirrors | |

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Images with Lenses | |

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Refraction in Lenses: The Details | |

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Optical Instruments | |

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Interference and Diffraction | |

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Coherence and Interference | |

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Double-Slit Interference | |

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Multiple-Slit Interference and Diffraction Gratings | |

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Interferometry | |

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Huygens' Principle and Diffraction | |

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The Diffraction Limit | |

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Modern Physics | |

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Relativity | |

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Speed c Relative to What? | |

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Matter, Motion, and the Ether | |

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Special Relativity | |

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Space and Time in Relativity | |

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Simultaneity Is Relative | |

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The Lorentz Trasformations | |

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Energy and Momentum in Relativity | |

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Electromagnetism and Relativity | |

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General Relativity | |

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Particles and Waves | |

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Toward Quantum Theory | |

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Blackbody Radiation | |

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Photons | |

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Atomic Spectra and the Bohr Atom | |

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Matter Waves | |

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The Uncertainty Principle | |

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Complementarity | |

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Quantum Mechanics | |

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Particles, Waves, and Probability | |

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The Schrodinger Equation | |

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Particles and Potentials | |

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Quantum Mechanics in Three Dimensions | |

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Relativistic Quantum Mechanics | |

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Atomic Physics | |

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The Hydrogen Atom | |

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Electron Spin | |

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The Exclusion Principle | |

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Multielectron Atoms and the Periodic Table | |

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Transitions and Atomic Spectra | |

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Molecules and Solids | |

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Molecular Bonding | |

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Molecular Energy Levels | |

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Solids | |

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Superconductivity | |

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Nuclear Physics | |

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Elements, Isotopes, and Nuclear Structure | |

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Radioactivity | |

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Binding Energy and Nucleosynthesis | |

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Nuclear Fission | |

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Nuclear Fusion | |

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From Quarks to the Cosmos | |

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Particles and Forces | |

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Particles and More Particles | |

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Quarks and the Standard Model | |

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Unification | |

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The Evolving Universe | |

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Appendices | |

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Mathematics | |

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The International System of Units (SI) | |

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Conversion Factors | |

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The Elements | |

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Astrophysical Data | |

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Answers to Odd-Numbered Exercises and Problems | |

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Credits | |

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Index | |