A Radically Modern Approach to Introductory Physics Volume II

Written by: David J. Raymond (New Mexico Tech)

A member of the New Mexico Tech faculty since 1973, David J. Raymond has no doubt taught thousands of general or introductory physics courses. He has taken all of those years of classroom experience and created a two-part introductory physics textbook for students everywhere.

Students are expected to have a background in both calculus and introductory, college-level physics before attempting this course.

This introductory physics textbook is available as a free PDF file, a black and white print version and a full printed version (for a small fee).

Table of Contents for:
A Radically Modern Approach to Introductory Physics Volume II

  1. Newton’s Law of Gravitation
  2. Forces in Relativity
  3. Electromagnetic Forces
  4. Generation of Electromagnetic Fields
  5. Capacitors, Inductors, and Resistors
  6. Measuring the Very Small
  7. Atoms
  8. The Standard Model
  9. Atomic Nuclei
  10. Heat, Temperature, and Friction
  11. Entropy
  12. The Ideal Gas and Heat Engines
   

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A Radically Modern Approach to Introductory Physics Volume II


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