Physics for Scientists & Engineers
Textbook in introductory physics for students majoring in science or engineering requires one semester of calculus. Provides the basic concepts and principles of physics, with a broad range of applications to the real world. Exceptionally well-illustrated. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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acceleration Ampère's law amplitude angle angular momentum applied Assume atoms axis ball block Calculate capacitance capacitor center of mass charge q circuit circular coil collision component conductor conservation constant cylinder density Determine dielectric direction displacement distance earth electric field electron entropy equal Equation equilibrium example expression Find flux force acting frequency friction gaussian surface given gravitational heat horizontal ideal gas increases initial kinetic energy length linear loop magnetic field magnitude maximum molecules moment of inertia motion negative Newton's second law Note object orbit oscillator particle moving path perpendicular plane plates point charge positive potential difference potential energy pressure Problem proton radius resistance resistor result rotation Section shown in Figure simple harmonic motion Solution speed sphere spherical string surface temperature thermal tion torque traveling uniform unit vector vertical vibration voltage volume wave weight wire zero