Physics – John D. Cutnell, Kenneth W. Johnson – 9th Edition


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  • Chapter 1 Introduction And Mathematical Concepts
    Chapter 2 Kinematics In One Dimension
    Chapter 3 Kinematics In Two Dimensions
    Chapter 4 Forces And Newton’s Laws Of Motion
    Chapter 5 Dynamics Of Uniform Circular Motion
    Chapter 6 Work And Energy
    Chapter 7 Impulse And Momentum
    Chapter 8 Rotational Kinematics
    Chapter 9 Rotational Dynamics
    Chapter 10 Simple Harmonic Motion And Elasticity
    Chapter 11 Fluids
    Chapter 12 Temperature And Heat
    Chapter 13 The Transfer Of Heat
    Chapter 14 The Ideal Gas Law And Kinetic Theory
    Chapter 15 Thermodynamics
    Chapter 16 Waves And Sound
    Chapter 17 The Principle Of Linear Superposition And Interference Phenomena
    Chapter 18 Electric Forces And Electric Fields
    Chapter 19 Electric Potential Energy And The Electric Potential
    Chapter 20 Electric Circuits
    Chapter 21 Magnetic Forces And Magnetic Fields
    Chapter 22 Electromagnetic Induction
    Chapter 23 Alternating Current Circuits
    Chapter 24 Electromagnetic Waves
    Chapter 25 The Reflection Of Light: Mirrors
    Chapter 26 The Refraction Of Light: Lenses And Optical Instruments
    Chapter 27 Interference And The Wave Nature Of Light
    Chapter 28 Special Relativity
    Chapter 29 Particles And Waves
    Chapter 30 The Nature Of The Atom
    Chapter 31 Nuclear Physics And Radioactivity
    Chapter 32 Ionizing Radiation, Nuclear Energy, And Elementary Particles
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