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Ch 01: Representing Motion
Intro, Units & Conversions
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Intro to Vectors (Basic Trigonometry)
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Ch 02: Motion in One Dimension
Intro to Motion (Kinematics)
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Motion with Multiple Parts
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Meet/Catch Problems
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Vertical Motion
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Ch 03: Vectors and Motion in Two Dimensions
Vectors with More Trigonometry
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Intro to 2D Motion
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Projectile Motion
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More Projectile Motion
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Initial Velocity in Projectile Motion
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Circular Motion
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Ch 04: Forces & Newton's Laws of Motion
Intro to Forces + Newton's Laws
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Force Problems with Motion
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Forces with Multiple Objects
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Ch 05: Applying Newton's Laws
Vertical Forces & Equilibrium
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More 1D Equilibrium
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Vertical Forces & Acceleration
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Landing & Jumping Problems
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Forces in 2D
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2D Equilibrium
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Intro to Friction
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Kinetic Friction
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Static Friction
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Inclined Planes
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Inclines with Friction
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Forces in Connected Objects (Systems)
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Ch 06: Circular Motion, Orbits & Gravity
Rotational Position & Displacement
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Rotational Velocity & Acceleration
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Equations of Rotational Motion
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Converting Between Linear & Rotational
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Types of Acceleration in Rotation
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Rolling Motion (Free Wheels)
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Centripetal Forces
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Universal Law of Gravitation
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Gravitational Forces in 2D
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Rolling Motion (Free Wheels)
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Acceleration Due to Gravity
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Satellite Motion
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Intro to Connected Wheels
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More Connect Wheels (Bicycles)
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Ch 07: Part 1: Rotational Motion
Intro to Torque
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Net Torque & Sign of Torque
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Torque Due to Weight
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Torque on Discs & Pulleys
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Torque & Acceleration (Rotational Dynamics)
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Intro to Center of Mass
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How to Solve: Energy vs Torque
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Ch 07: Part 2: Rotational Motion / Inertia & Dynamics
Types of Motion & Energy
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Intro to Moment of Inertia
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Rotational Dynamics with Two Motions
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Rotational Dynamics of Rolling Motion
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Ch 08: Equilibrium & Elasticity
Torque & Equilibrium
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Intro to Springs (Hooke's Law)
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Ch 09: Momentum
Intro to Momentum
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Intro to Angular Momentum
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Angular Momentum & Newton's Second Law
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Ch 10: Energy & Work
Intro to Energy
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Intro to Conservation of Energy
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Escape Velocity
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Ch 11: Using Energy
Temperature
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Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
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Introduction to Heat
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Internal Energy
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Introduction to Heat Capacity
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First Law of Thermodynamics
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Intro to Heat Engines
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Efficiency of Heat Engines
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Heat Engines & PV Diagrams
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Thermal Processes
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Refrigerators
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Entropy and the Second Law
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Ch 12: Thermal Properties of Matter
Kinetic Theory of Gasses
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Introduction to Ideal Gasses
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Thermal Expansion
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Intro to Thermal Processes
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Work & PV Diagrams
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Changes in Temperature & Heat Capacity
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Changes in Phase & Latent Heat
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Calorimetry
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Heat Transfer
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Ch 13: Fluids
Density
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Ch 14: Equilibrium & Oscillations (NEW)
Spring Force (Hooke's Law)
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Intro to Simple Harmonic Motion (Horizontal Springs)
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Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
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Simple Harmonic Motion of Vertical Springs
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Simple Harmonic Motion of Pendulums
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Energy in Pendulums
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Ch 14: Equilibrium & Oscillations
Intro to Springs
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Intro to Oscillation
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Oscillation Equations
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Energy in Oscillation
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Vertical Oscillation
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Simple Pendulum
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Ch 15: Traveling Waves and Sound
What is a Wave?
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Electromagnetic Waves as Sinusoidal Waves
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Sound Waves
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Sound Intensity
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The Doppler Effect
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Ch 16: Superposition and Standing Waves
Standing Sound Waves
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Beats
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Ch 17: Wave Optics
Diffraction
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Diffraction with Huygen's Principle
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Young's Double Slit Experiment
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Single Slit Diffraction
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Ch 18: Ray Optics
Ray Nature Of Light
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Reflection Of Light
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Refraction Of Light
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Total Internal Reflection
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Ray Diagrams For Mirrors
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Mirror Equation
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Refraction At Spherical Surfaces
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Ray Diagrams For Lenses
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Thin Lens And Lens Maker Equations
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Ch 19: Optical Instruments
Ch 20: Electric Fields and Forces
Electric Charge
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Charging Objects
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Charging By Induction
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Conservation of Charge
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Dipole Moment
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Coulomb's Law (Electric Force)
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Electric Field
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Parallel Plate Capacitors
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Electric Field Lines
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Electric Fields in Conductors
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Ch 21: Electric Potential
Electric Potential Energy
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Electric Potential
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Work From Electric Force
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Relationships Between Force, Field, Energy, Potential
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The ElectronVolt
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Equipotential Surfaces
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Capacitors & Capacitance
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Parallel Plate Capacitors
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Energy Stored by Capacitor
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Intro To Dielectrics
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How Dielectrics Work
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Ch 22: Current and Resistance
Intro to Current
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Resistors and Ohm's Law
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Power in Circuits
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Microscopic View of Current
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Ch 23: Circuits
Combining Resistors in Series & Parallel
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Kirchhoff's Junction Rule
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Solving Resistor Circuits
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Combining Capacitors in Series & Parallel
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Solving Capacitor Circuits
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Kirchhoff's Loop Rule
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Ch 24: Magnetic Fields and Forces
Magnets and Magnetic Fields
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Summary of Magnetism Problems
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Force on Moving Charges & Right Hand Rule
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Circular Motion of Charges in Magnetic Fields
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Mass Spectrometer
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Magnetic Force on Current-Carrying Wire
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Force and Torque on Current Loops
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Magnetic Field Produced by Moving Charges
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Magnetic Field Produced by Straight Currents
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Magnetic Force Between Parallel Currents
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Magnetic Force Between Two Moving Charges
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Magnetic Field Produced by Loops and Solenoids
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Toroidal Solenoids aka Toroids
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Ch 25: Electromagnetic Induction and Electromagnetic Waves
Induction Experiments
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Magnetic Flux
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Faraday's Law
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Lenz's Law
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Motional EMF
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What is an Electromagnetic Wave?
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The Electromagnetic Spectrum
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Energy Carried by Electromagnetic Waves
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Polarization Filters
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Ch 26: AC Electricity
Alternating Voltages and Currents
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RMS Current and Voltage
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Power in AC Circuits
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Phasors
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Resistors in AC Circuits
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Phasors for Resistors
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Capacitors in AC Circuits
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Phasors for Capacitors
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Inductors in AC Circuits
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Phasors for Inductors
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Impedance in AC Circuits
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Series LRC Circuits
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Resonance in Series LRC Circuits
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Transformers
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Inductors
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LC Circuits
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Ch 27: Relativity
Inertial Reference Frames
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Special Vs. Galilean Relativity
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Consequences of Relativity
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Lorentz Transformations
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Ch 28: Quantum Physics
Quantum Mechanics
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Ch 29: Atoms and Molecules
Atomic Structure
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Particle-Wave Duality
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Ch 30: Nuclear Physcis
Nuclear Physics
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