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The scientific genius of Raymond A. Serway and Chris Vuille team up to bring a wonderful introductory text to college and university students in their book College Physics (Textbooks Available with Cengage Youbook), ISBN 9780840062062. This textbook incorporates a clear, easy-to-understand presentation of material by connecting the foundational concepts...
The scientific genius of Raymond A. Serway and Chris Vuille team up to bring a wonderful introductory text to college and university students in their book College Physics (Textbooks Available with Cengage Youbook), ISBN 9780840062062. This textbook incorporates a clear, easy-to-understand presentation of material by connecting the foundational concepts of physics to students through a practical problem-solving approach. Showing students how to apply the basic principles of physics to real-world situations and other academic disciplines is large goal of this text. Boasting a myriad of test prep activities and review resources, this book is perfect for students looking to take the MCAT exam. Raymond A. Serway and Chris Vuille strategically organized the concepts within College Physics (Textbooks Available with Cengage Youbook) across six sections and 34 chapters. Part 1 introduces students to the 'Mechanics' of physics with chapters devoted to motion in one dimension, vectors, and two-dimensional motion, the laws of motion, work and energy, as well as the law of gravity, solids and fluids. Part 2 investigates concepts under the umbrella of 'Thermodynamics.' Chapters within this section address thermal physics, heat, and the laws of thermodynamics. Part 3 presents information on 'Vibrations and Waves' including a chapter on sound. 'Electricity and Magnetism' is the focus of part 4 with chapters examining electric forces and fields, electrical energy and capacitance, current and resistance, direct current circuits, magnetism, induced voltages and inductance, as well as alternating current circuits, and electromagnetic waves. Part 5 delves into topics surrounding 'Light and Optics' with chapters devoted to reflection and refraction of lights, mirrors and lenses, wave optics, and optical instruments. This book is concluded with part 6 entitled 'Modern Physics.' These final chapters offer information on relativity, quantum physics, atomic physics, molecules and solids, nuclear physics and its applications, as well as elementary particles.
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