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Fundamentals of Physics: Chapters 21-32 by David Halliday
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About The Cover The front cover is an image by Eric J. Heller depicting electron flow over a microscopically bumpy surface. The paths of the 100,000 electrons begin at the upper right but branch and fold back on one another in a surprising pattern as they spread toward the lower left. Electron flow is the subject of several chapters in this book and is especially important in the discussion of electric sparks. Some sparks are amusing, such as those generated when someone chomps down on a wintergreen LifeSaver-the brief blue glow that illuminates the mouth can be seen in a dark room (Chapter 21). Other sparks are quite dangerous, such as those in electrostatic discharges that can accidentally cause airborne dust to explode (Chapter 25). Take Your Seat - The Show's About To Begin! This 8th edition of Fundamentals of Physics includes hundreds of items about curious effects in the everyday world, written in the spirit of Jearl Walker's The Flying Circus of Physics. The original edition of The Flying Circus of Physics - in print for over 30 years in 10 languages - is a cult classic among physics students, physics instructors, and the general public. Electronic links to the new 2nd Edition of The Flying Circus of Physics are available in the electronic version of 8th edition of Fundamentals of Physics that is part of WileyPLUS, one of the online homework systems available with this book. WileyPLUS also includes electronic versions of all the end-of-chapter problems in Fundamentals of Physics and the interactive tutorials (several hundred) and hints (several thousand)written by author Jearl Walker. Get A Better Grade In Physics! Introductory Physics With Calculus As a Second Language by Thomas E. Barrett (0-471-73910-3) helps you understand the basic concepts, break down problems into simple steps, and improve your problem-solving skills! Find out more at

Table of Contents

PART 3 Chapter 21. Electric Charge. Chapter 22. Electric Fields. Chapter 23. Gauss' Law. Chapter 24. Electric Potential. Chapter 25. Capacitance. Chapter 26. Current and Resistance. Chapter 27. Circuits. Chapter 28. Magnetic Fields. Chapter 29. Magnetic Fields Due to Currents. Chapter 30. Induction and Inductance. Chapter 31. Electromagnetic Oscillations and Alternating Current. Chapter 32. Maxwell's Equations; Magnetism of Matter. Appendices. Answers to Checkpoints and Odd-Numbered Questions and Problems An-1. Index.
Release date NZ
February 20th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
8th edition
col. Illustrations
John Wiley & Sons Ltd
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