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# College Physics OpenStax • 2012th Edition • 978-1-938168-00-0

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## Ch 01: Introduction: The Nature of Science & Physics

Introduction to Units Unit Conversions Solving Density Problems Dimensional Analysis Counting Significant Figures Operations with Significant Figures

## Ch 05: Further Applications of Newton's Laws

Kinetic Friction Static Friction Stacked Blocks Inclined Planes with Friction Intro to Springs (Hooke's Law)

## Ch 12: Fluid Dynamics

Ideal vs Real Fluids Fluid Flow & Continuity Equation

## Ch 13: Temperature, Kinetic Theory, and the Gas Laws

Temperature Volume Thermal Expansion The Ideal Gas Law Average Kinetic Energy of Gases Internal Energy of Gases Speed Distribution of Ideal Gases Phase Diagrams, Triple Points and Critical Points

## Ch 14: Heat and Heat Transfer Methods

Moles and Avogadro's Number Calorimetry with Temperature and Phase Changes Latent Heat & Phase Changes Intro to Calorimetry Heat Transfer

## Ch 17: Physics of Hearing

Sound Waves Sound Intensity The Doppler Effect Standing Sound Waves

## Ch 18: Electric Charge and Electric Field

Electric Charge Conservation of Charge Charging Objects Charging By Induction Coulomb's Law (Electric Force) Electric Field Electric Field Lines Electric Fields in Conductors

## Ch 20: Electric Current, Resistance, and Ohm's Law

Intro to Current Microscopic View of Current Resistors and Ohm's Law Power in Circuits

## Ch 21: Circuits and DC Instruments

Combining Resistors in Series & Parallel Kirchhoff's Junction Rule Solving Resistor Circuits Kirchhoff's Loop Rule

## Ch 24: Electromagnetic Waves

Intro to Electromagnetic (EM) Waves The Electromagnetic Spectrum Intensity of EM Waves

## Ch 27: Wave Optics

Diffraction Diffraction with Huygen's Principle Young's Double Slit Experiment Single Slit Diffraction Polarization & Polarization Filters

## Ch 28: Special Relativity

Inertial Reference Frames Special Vs. Galilean Relativity Consequences of Relativity Lorentz Transformations