Physics for Science and Technology – Paul A. Tipler – 4th Edition

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Paul ’s textbook is the standard for -based introductory courses taken by and . Now in its fourth edition, the work has been extensively revised, with entirely new artwork, updated examples and new pedagogical features.

Table of Content


22: The Electric Field I: Discrete Charge Distributions (56)
23: The Electri Field II: Continuous Charge Distributions (49)
24: Electric Potential (48)
25: Electrostatic Energy and Capacitance (51)
26: Electric Current and Direct-Current Circuits (66)
27: The Microscopic Theory of Electrical Conduction (31)
28: The Magnetic Field (45)
29: Sources of the Magnetic Field (51)
30: Magnetic Induction (48)
31: Alternating-Current Circuits (41)
32: Maxwell's Equations and Electromagnetic Waves (37)
33: Properties of Light (35)
34: Optical Images (36)
35: Interference and Diffraction (37)
36: Applications of the Schrodinger Equation (16)
37: Atoms (27)
38: Molecules and Solids (27)
39: Relativity (30)
40: Nuclear Physics (28)
41: Elementary Particles and the Evolution of the Universe (14)

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