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Table of Contents

Chapters:

I. Laws of Science

II. Classical Mechanics

III. Heat, Gas, and Thermodynamics

IV. Electromagnetism

V. Optics

VI. Atomic Physics

Appendix:

General Index

Weights and Measures

Physical Constants

Variables Commonly Used in Physics

Setup and Navigation

About

Laws of Science

Fluid mechanics

Conservation laws

Gas laws

Einstein's laws

Newton's laws

Electromagnetic laws

Thermodynamic laws

Quantum laws

Classical Mechanics

Speed

Velocity

Acceleration

Forces; Newton's Second Law

Energy

Limits of Validity

Rigid Body , Rigid Body Dynamics

Kinematics

Fundamental equations

Relative motion

Equation of Motion

Coordinate systems

Rotational Motion

Angular Speed ( Frequency )

Angular Velocity

Angular Acceleration

Kepler's laws of Planetary Motion

Mass

Force , Centripetal Force

Impulse

Newton's Laws of Motion

Statically Determinate

Momentum

Angular Momentum

Torque

Mechanical Work

Power

Energy

Forms of energy

Potential Energy

Kinetic Energy

Gravitation

Law of Universal Gravitation

Standard Gravity

Heat, Gas, and Thermodynamics

Conservation Law

Conservation of energy

Conservation of linear momentum

Conservation of angular momentum

Conservation of electric charge

Heat

Temperature

Density

Liquid

Pressure

Gas

Gas Laws

Ideal Gas Law

Boyle's Law

Charles's Law

Gay-Lussac's law

Avogadro's Law

Combined Gas Law

Thermodynamics

Thermodynamic Temperature

Celsius

Fahrenheit

Helmholtz Free Energy

Thermodynamic Processes

Isobaric Process

Isochoric Process

Isothermal Process

Adiabatic Process

Thermodynamic Cycle

Heat Engine

Laws of Thermodynamics

Zeroth Law

First Law

Third Law

Combined Law

Thermodynamic System

Thermodynamic Equilibrium

Optics

Physical optics

Aberrations

Coherence

Diffraction

Dispersion

Interference

Fermat's principle

Optical resolution

Angular resolution

Polarization

Polarization angle

Reflection

Law of Reflection

Lambert's cosine law

Total internal reflection

Refraction

Fresnel Equations

Snell's law (law of refraction)

Wave

Geometric optics

Cardinal point

Ray (optics)

Lenses

Focal Length

Mirrors

Prisms

Photoelectric Effect

Fundamental Atomic Physics

Bohr Model

Bohr Radius

Bohr Magneton

Photon

Energy level

Atomic orbital

Electron

Quantum Number

Principal Quantum Number

Nuclear Magneton

Planck's Constant

Table of Contents

Chapters:

I. Laws of Science

II. Classical Mechanics

III. Heat, Gas, and Thermodynamics

IV. Electromagnetism

V. Optics

VI. Atomic Physics

Appendix:

General Index

Weights and Measures

Physical Constants

Variables Commonly Used in Physics

Setup and Navigation

About

Laws of Science

Fluid mechanics

Conservation laws

Gas laws

Einstein's laws

Newton's laws

Electromagnetic laws

Thermodynamic laws

Quantum laws

Classical Mechanics

Speed

Velocity

Acceleration

Forces; Newton's Second Law

Energy

Limits of Validity

Rigid Body , Rigid Body Dynamics

Kinematics

Fundamental equations

Relative motion

Equation of Motion

Coordinate systems

Rotational Motion

Angular Speed ( Frequency )

Angular Velocity

Angular Acceleration

Kepler's laws of Planetary Motion

Mass

Force , Centripetal Force

Impulse

Newton's Laws of Motion

Statically Determinate

Momentum

Angular Momentum

Torque

Mechanical Work

Power

Energy

Forms of energy

Potential Energy

Kinetic Energy

Gravitation

Law of Universal Gravitation

Standard Gravity

Heat, Gas, and Thermodynamics

Conservation Law

Conservation of energy

Conservation of linear momentum

Conservation of angular momentum

Conservation of electric charge

Heat

Temperature

Density

Liquid

Pressure

Gas

Gas Laws

Ideal Gas Law

Boyle's Law

Charles's Law

Gay-Lussac's law

Avogadro's Law

Combined Gas Law

Thermodynamics

Thermodynamic Temperature

Celsius

Fahrenheit

Helmholtz Free Energy

Thermodynamic Processes

Isobaric Process

Isochoric Process

Isothermal Process

Adiabatic Process

Thermodynamic Cycle

Heat Engine

Laws of Thermodynamics

Zeroth Law

First Law

Third Law

Combined Law

Thermodynamic System

Thermodynamic Equilibrium

Optics

Physical optics

Aberrations

Coherence

Diffraction

Dispersion

Interference

Fermat's principle

Optical resolution

Angular resolution

Polarization

Polarization angle

Reflection

Law of Reflection

Lambert's cosine law

Total internal reflection

Refraction

Fresnel Equations

Snell's law (law of refraction)

Wave

Geometric optics

Cardinal point

Ray (optics)

Lenses

Focal Length

Mirrors

Prisms

Photoelectric Effect

Fundamental Atomic Physics

Bohr Model

Bohr Radius

Bohr Magneton

Photon

Energy level

Atomic orbital

Electron

Quantum Number

Principal Quantum Number

Nuclear Magneton

Planck's Constant