by Charles R. Mann, George R. Twiss
Publisher: Scott, Foresman and Co 1910
Number of pages: 489
The aim has been to show the student that knowledge of physics enables him to answer many of the questions over which he has puzzled long in vain. Equations are used only where they are clearly a help to the student, and the development of each is carefully presented with the aid of physical, rather than mathematical concepts.
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by Jeffrey W. Schnick
An introductory physics textbook, volume 2 covers the electric field, potential, voltage, electric current, resistors, Kirchhoff's rules, magnetic field, electromagnetic waves, diffraction, interference, geometric optics, Maxwell's equations.
by Clarence E. Bennett - Barnes & Noble
The purpose of this book is to summarize the essential features of first year college physics. The subject matter is divided into the classical branches of mechanics, properties of matter, wave motion, sound, heat, electricity, magnetism, and light.
This textbook is designed for use with first- and second-year college level physics for engineers and scientists. While the content is not mathematically complicated or very advanced, the students are expected to be familiar with calculus.
by Christoph Schiller - motionmountain.net
The physics textbook written for the curious reader. It is surprising, entertaining and challenging on every page. It covers fascinating parts of mechanics, thermodynamics, relativity, electrodynamics, quantum theory and unification theories.