Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics

In scripting this book of Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics Ninth Edition, we continue our ongoing efforts to enhance the clarity of presentation and include new pedagogical features that help support the training and teaching processes.
 
Drawing on regeneration from users of the Eighth Edition, data gathered from both professors and students who use Enhanced Web Assign, also as reviewers’ suggestions, we’ve refined the text to raised meet the requirements of students and teachers.
 
This textbook “Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics” is meant for a course in introductory physics for college kids majoring in science or engineering. The entire contents of the book in its extended version might be covered during a three-semester course, but it’s possible to use the material in shorter sequences with the omission of selected chapters and sections.

The writer of this book “Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics” is Raymond A. Serway.

The mathematical background of the scholar taking this course should ideally include one semester of calculus. If that is not possible, the student should be enrolled in a concurrent course in introductory calculus. Content The material during this book covers fundamental topics in classical physics and provides an introduction to modern physics.

Objectives This introductory physics textbook “Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics” has three main objectives: to supply the scholar with a transparent and logical presentation of the basic concepts and principles of physics, to strengthen an understanding of the concepts and principles

Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics: Table of Content

PART – 1: Mechanics
PART – 2: Oscillations and Mechanical Waves
PART – 3: Thermodynamics
PART – 4: Electricity and Magnetism
PART – 5: Light and Optics
PART – 6: Modern Physics

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