Theory of Elasticity – Filonenko-Borodich

In this post we will see Theory of Elasticity by M. Filonenko-Borodich.

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The book was translated from the Russian by Marina Konyaeva and was first puublished by  PEACE PUBLISHERS MOSCOW in 1963.

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Elementary Physics: Problems and Solutions – Gurskii

In this post we will see the book Elementary Physics: Problems and Solutions by I. P. Gurskii

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The book is intended for those preparing for university entrance examinations in physics. The contents and sequence of topics are in keeping with the requirements for such examinations. The few sections beyond the entrance examination programme are marked by circles. In view of the introduction of the elements of higher mathematics to the high-school curriculum, some problems have also been illustrated using differential calculus. The author has endeavoured to present the basic principles of school physics in a compact form to help the candidates revise the entire course in the shortest possible time. All sections have been illustrated with problems to give a better understanding of the subject. Each problem and its solution is followed by one or more exercises on the same topic, the exercises corresponding to problems that have been solved in the text are assigned the same number.Those intending to use this book independently are advised to attempt the exercises after going through the theoretical part. The relevant solved problems should be consulted if difficulties are encountered while solving the exercises. After this, the exercise should be tried again, and if there is more than one exercise bearing the same number, another exercise (preferably the last one) should be tackled. In most cases, the last exercises in a series are the most difficult.

The book was translated from Russian by Natalia Wadhwa and was first published in 1987.

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Contents

Foreword
From the Preface to the Second Russian Edition

INTRODUCTION

1.1. SI System of Units
1.2. Vectors. Some Mathematical Operations on Vectors
1.3. Projections of Points and Vectors onto an Axis
1.4. General Methodical Hints to the Solution of Problems

1. MECHANICS

1.1. Basic Concepts

A. Kinematics

1.2. Kinematics of Translatory Motion
1.3. Uniform Rectilinear Motion. Velocity. Graphs of Velocity and Path Length in Uniform Motion
1.4. Nonuniform Motion. Average and Instantaneous Velocities. Acceleration
1.5. Uniformly Variable Motion. Graphs of Velocity and Path Length in Uniformly Variable Motion

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

B. Dynamics of Translatory Motion

1.6. Force
1.7. Newton’s First Law. Inertial and Noninertial Reference Systems
1.8. Newton’s Second Law. Momentum of a Body
1.9. Newton’s Third Law
1.10. Principle of Independence of Action
1.11. Addition of Forces Acting at an Angle
1.12. Resolution of a Force into Two Components at an Angle to Each Other
1.13. Law of Momentum Conservation
1.14. Idea of Reaction Propulsion
1.15. Friction. Coefficient of Friction
1.16. Elastic Force. Hooke’s Law
1.17. Law of Universal Gravitation
1.18. Force of Gravity. Free Fall of Bodies
1.19. Weight of a Body. Weighing
1.20. Weightlessness

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

1.21. Work and Power
1.22. Energy. Kinetic and Potential Energies
1.23. Law of Energy Conservation

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

C. Kinematics and Dynamics of Rotational Motion of a Rigid Body

1.24. Uniform Rotational Motion. Angular Velocity. Linear Velocity
1.25. Centripetal Acceleration
1.26. Weight of a Body Considering the Rotation of the Earth
1.27. Reasons Behind the Emergence of Weightlessness in Artificial Satellites. Orbital Velocity

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

D. Statics

1.28. Equilibrium of a Nonrotating Body. Equilibrium Conditions for a Body on an Inclined Plane

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

1.29. Moment of Force
1.30. Addition of Parallel Forces. A Couple
1.31. Equilibrium of a Body with a Fixed Rotational Axis (Law of Torques)
1.32. Equilibrium of a Rigid Body in the General Case

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

1.33. Types of Equilibrium
1.34. Centre of Mass of a Body
1.35. Determination of the Centre of Mass for Bodies of Various Shapes

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

2. FLUIDS

2.1. Pressure
2.2. Pascal’s Law
2.3. Hydraulic Press
2.4. Pressure of a Fluid on the Bottom and Walls of a Vessel. Law of Communicating Vessels
2.5. Atmospheric Pressure. Barometers
2.6. Archimedean Principle

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

3. MOLECULAR PHYSICS. THERMAL PHENOMENA

A. Molecular Physics

3.1. Basic Concepts of Molecular-Kinetic Theory
3.2. Brownian Movement. Gas Pressure
3.3. Diffusion in Gases, Liquids, and Solids
3.4. Motion of Molecules in Gases, Liquids, and Solids
3.5. Intermolecular Interaction

B. Thermal Phenomena

3.6. Internal Energy of a Body
3.7. Law of Conservation and Transformation of Energy. First Law of Thermodynamics
3.8. Temperature Gradient. Thermodynamic Temperature Scale. Absolute Zero
3.9. Heat Capacity
3.10. Experimental Determination of Specific Heat of a Substance
3.11. Heat of Combustion of a Fuel
3.12. Efficiency of a Heat Engine
3.13. Phase of a Substance. Fusion. Latent Heat of Fusion
3.14. Evaporation. Condensation. Vaporization and Boiling. Latent Heat of Vaporization

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

3.15. Temperature Coefficients of Linear and Cubic Expansion

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

C. Gas Laws

3.16. Isobaric Process. Charles’ Law
3.17. Isothermal Process. Boyle’s Law. Dalton’s Law
3.18. Isochoric Process. Gay-Lussac’s Law
3.19. Adiabatic Process
3.20. The Boyle-Charles Generalized Law. Equation of State for an Ideal Gas
3.21. The Clapeyron-Mendeleev Equation. Avogadro’s Law
3.22. Ideal Gas. Physical Meaning of Thermodynamic Temperature
3.23. Work Done by a Gas During Expansion

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

3.24. Saturated and Unsaturated Vapours. Temperature Dependence of Saturation Vapour Pressure
3.25. Absolute Humidity. Relative Humidity
3.26. Instruments for Determining Humidity

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

4. FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRODYNAMICS

A. Electrostatics

4.1. Law of Electric Charge Conservation. Electric Field. Coulomb’s Law. Effect of Medium on the Force of Interaction of Charges
4.2. Charge Equilibrium in Metals. Electrostatic Induction
4.3. Electroscope
4.4. Electric Field Strength. Electric Field Lines
4.5. Work Done on a Charge by the Forces of Electrostatic Field. Potential
4.6. Relation Between Potential and Field Strength for a Uniform Electric Field
4.7. Capacitance
4.8. Capacitors. Energy of a Charged Capacitor

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

B. Direct Current

4.9. Electric Current. Current Intensity. Electromotive Force
4.10. Ohm’s Law for a Subcircuit. Resistance of Conductors
4.11. Temperature Dependence of Resistance. Semiconductors
4.12. Series Connection of Conductors
4.13. Parallel Connection of Conductors
4.14. Rheostats
4.15. Current Sources. Ohm’s Law for a Closed Circuit
4.16. Parallel and Series Connection of Current Sources
4.17. Direct Current Power. Joule’s Law

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

4.18. Electrolysis
4.19. Faraday’s Laws of Electrolysis

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

4.20. Electric Current in Gases
4.21. Electron and Ion Beams, Their Properties and Application
4.22. Thermionic Emission.’ Electron Work Function

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

C. Magnetic Phenomena

4.23. Interaction of Currents. Magnetic Field. Magnetic Induction. Magnetic Field Lines
4.24. Force Acting on a Current-Carrying Conductor in a Magnetic Field. Magnetic Forces
4.25. Permeability of a Medium. Magnetic Field Strength
4.26. Forces of Interaction Between Parallel Current-Carrying Conductors
4.27. Magnetic Flux
4.28. Ammeter and Voltmeter

D. Electromagnetic Phenomena

4.29. Electromagnetic Induction
4.30. Induced Electromotive Force
4.31. Lenz’s Law
4.32. Self-Induction. Inductance

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

5. OSCILLATIONS AND WAVES

5.1. Oscillatory Motion. Amplitude, Period, and Frequency of Oscillations
5.2. Harmonic Oscillations. Phase of Oscillation
5.3. Pendulum. Period of Oscillations of a Mathematical Pendulum
5.4. Free and Forced Oscillations. Resonance
5.5. Waves. Velocity and Wavelength
5.6. Sonic Waves

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

5.7. Electromagnetic Oscillations and Waves
5.8. Oscillatory Circuit

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

5.9. Alternating Current. A.C. Generator
5.10. Period and Frequency of Alternating Current. Effective Current and Voltage
5.11. Transmission and Distribution of Electric Energy
5.12. Transformer
5.13. D.C. Generator

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

5.14. Electron Tubes (Valves)
5.15. Diode as a Rectifier of Alternating Current
5.16. Cathode-Ray Tube
5.17. Electron Tubes as Generators and Amplifiers
5.18. Open Oscillatory Circuit. Emission and Reception of Electromagnetic Waves
5.19. Scale of Electromagnetic Waves

Problem with Solution
Exercise

6. OPTICS

6.1. Light Sources. Propagation of Light in a Straight Line
6.2. Velocity of Light. Michelson’s Experiment

A. Photometry

6.3. Luminous Flux. Luminous Intensity
6.4. Illuminance (Illumination Intensity)
6.5. Comparison of Luminous Intensity of Different Sources. Photometers

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

B. Geometrical Optics

6.6. Law of Reflection of Light. Construction of Image Formed by a Plane Mirror
6.7. Construction of Image Formed by a Spherical Mirror. Spherical Aberration

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

6.8. Laws of Refraction of Light. Refractive Index
6.9. Total Internal Reflection. Critical Angle
6.10. Ray Path in a Plane-Parallel Plate. Ray Path in a Prism
6.11. Converging and Diverging Lenses
6.12. Lens Formula. Lens Power
6.13. Image Formation by a Lens

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

C. Optical Instruments

6.14. Searchlight. Projection Lantern
6.15. Photographic Camera
6.16. Magnifying Glass. Human Eye as an Optical Instrument
6.17. Accommodation of Eye. Myopia and Hyperopia. Spectacles

Problems with Solutions
Exercises

D. Composition of Light. Invisible Rays

6.18. Dispersion of Light. Spectrum. Spectroscope
6.19. Infrared and Ultraviolet Radiation
6.20. Emission and Absorption Spectra. Fraunhofer Lines. Spectral Analysis
6.21. On the Wave and Quantum Nature of Light
6.22. Interference of Light
6.23. Diffraction of Light
6.24. Photoelectric Effect
6.25. Photocells and Their Application
6.26. Effects of Light

Problems with Solutions
Exercise

7. STRUCTURE OF THE ATOM 492
7.1. Structure of the Atom and Its Energy
7.2. Atomic Nucleus
7.3. Radioactivity
7.4. Uranium Nuclear Fission. Chain Reaction
7.5. Binding Energy of Atomic Nucleus

Problem with Solution
Exercise

Graphical Solutions to Exercises

Appendices

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Forest Homes – Bianki

In this post we will see Forest Homes by Vitaly Bianki.

The book is actually a compilation of four children’s stories

Forest Homes – Translated by Fainna Glagoleva

Red Hill – Translated by Olga Shartse

Ant Hurries Home – Translated by Fainna Glagoleva 

The First Hunt – Translated by Ronald Vroon

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Lot of wonderful illustrations through the book done by Mai Miturich. The book was first published by Raduga Publishers in 1988.

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Fundamentals of Theoretical Physics – Savelyev

In this post we will see the two volume set titled Fundamentals of Theoretical Physics by I. V. Savelyev. Previously we have seen Physics A General Course by the same author.

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The book being offered to the reader is a logical continuation of the author’s three-volume general course of physics. Everything possible has been done to avoid repenting what has been set out in the three-volume course. Particularly. the experiments underlying the advancing of physical ideas are not treated, and some of the results obtained are not discussed.

The book has been conceived as a training aid for students of non- theoretical specialities of higher educational institutions. I had in mind readers who would like to grasp the main ideas and methods of theoretical physics without delving into the details that are of interest only for a specialist. This book will be helpful for physics instructors at higher schools, and also for everyone interested in the subject but having no time to become acquainted with it (or re- store it in his memory) according to fundamental manuals.

The books were translated from the Russian by G. Leib and was first published in 1982.

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Fundamentals of Theoretical Physics Vol 1

Fundamentals of Theoretical Physics Vol 2

Contents Vol 1

Part One. Mechanics 11 Chapter I. The Variational Principle in Mechanics 11 1. Introduction 11 2. Constraints 13 3. Equations of Motion in Cartesian Coordinates 16 4. Lagrange’s Equations in Generalized Coordinates 19 5. The’ Lagrangian and Energy 24 6. Examples of Compiling Lagrange’s Equations 28 7. Principle of Least Action 33 Chapter II. Conservation Laws 36 8. Energy Conservation 36 9. Momentum Conservation 37 10. Angular Momentum Conservation 39 Chapter III. Selected Problems in Mechanics 41 11. Motion of a Particle in a Central Force Field 41 12. Two-Body Problem 45 13. Elastic Collisions of Particles 49 14. Particle Scattering 53 15. Motion in Non-Inertial Reference Frames 57 Chapter IV. Small-Amplitude Oscillations 64 16. Free Oscillations of a System Without Friction 64 17. Damped Oscillations 66 18. Forced Oscillations 70 8 CONTENTS 19. Oscillations of a System with Many Degrees of Freedom 72 20. Coupled Pendulums 77 Chapter V. Mechanics of a Rigid Body 82 21. Kinematics of a Rigid Body 82 22. The Euler Angles 85 23. The Inertia Tensor 88 24. Angular Momentum of a Rigid Body 95 25. Free Axes of Rotation 99 26. Equation of Motion of a Rigid Body 101 27. Euler’s Equations 105 28. Free Symmetric Top 107 29. Symmetric Top in a Homogeneous Gravitational Field 111 Chapter VI. Canonical Equations 115 30. Hamilton’s Equations 115 31. Poisson Brackets 119, 32. The Hamilton- Jacobi Equation 121 Chapter VII. The Special Theory of Relativity 125 33. The Principle of Relativity 125 34. Interval 127 35. Lorentz Transformations 130 36. Four-Dimensional Velocity and Acceleration 134 37. Relativistic Dynamics 136 38. Momentum and Energy of a Particle 139 39. Action for a Relativistic Particle 143 40. Energy-Momentum Tensor 147 Part Two. Electrodynamics 157 Chapter VIII. Electrostatics 157 41. Electrostatic Field in a Vacuum 157 42. Poisson’s Equation 159 43. Expansion of a Field in Multipoles 161 44. Field in Dielectrics 166 45. Description of the Field in Dielectrics 170 46. Field in Anisotropic Dielectrics 175 Chapter IX. Magnetostatics 177 47. Stationary Magnetic Field in a Vacuum 177 48. Poisson’s Equation for the Vector Potential 179 49. Field of Solenoid 182 50. The Biot-Savart Law 186 51. Magnetic Moment 188 52. Field in Magnetics 194 Chapter X. Time-Varying Electromagnetic Field 199 53. Law of Electromagnetic Induction 199 CONTENTS 9 ’ 54. Displacement Current 200, 55. Maxwell’s Equations 201 56. Potentials of Electromagnetic Field 203 57. D’Alembert’s Equation 207 58. Density and Flux of Electromagnetic Field Energy 208 59. Momentum of Electromagnetic Field 211 Chapter XI. Equations of Electrodynamics in the Four-Dimensional Form 216 60. Four-Potential 216 61. Electromagnetic Field Tensor 219 62. Field Transformation Formulas 222 63. Field Invariants 225 64. Maxwell’s Equations in the Four-Dimensional Form 228 65. Equation of Motion of a Particle in a Field 230 Chapter XII. The Variational Principle in Electrodynamics 232 66. Action for a Charged Particle in an Electromagnetic Field 232 67. Action for an Electromagnetic Field 234 68. Derivation of Maxwell’s Equations from the Principle of Least Action 237 69. Energy-Momentum Tensor of an Electromagnetic Field 239 70. A Charged Particle in nil Electromagnetic Field 244 Chapter XIII. Electromagnetic Waves 248 71. The Wave Equation 248 72. A Plane Electromagnetic Wave in a Homogeneous and Isotropic Medium 250 73. A Monochromatic Plane Wave 255 74. A Plane Monochromatic Wave in a Conducting Medium 260 75. Non-Monochromatic Waves 265 Chapter XIV. Radiation of Electromagnetic Waves 269 76. Retarded Potentials 269 77. Field of a Uniformly Moving Charge 272 78. Field of an Arbitrarily Moving Charge 276 79. Field Produced by a System of Charges at Great Distances 288 80. Dipole Radiation 288 81. Magnetic Dipole and Quadrupole Radiations 291 Appendices 297 I. Lagrange’s Equations for a Holonomic System with Ideal Xon- Stationarv Constraints 297 II. Euler’s Theorem for Homogeneous Functions 299 III. Some Information from the Calculus of Variations 300 IV. Conics 309 V. Linear Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients 313 VI. Vectors 316 VII. Matrices 330 VIII. Determinants 338 IX. Quadratic Forms 347 10 CONTENTS X. Tensors 355 XI. Basic Concepts of Vector Analysis 370 XII. Four-Dimensional Vectors and Tensors i Space 393 XIII. The Dirac Delta Function 412 XIV. The Fourier Series and Integral 413 Index 419

Contents Volume 2

Chapter I. Foundations of Quantum Mechanics 9 1. Introduction 9 2. State 10 3. The Superposition Principle 12 4. The Physical Meaning of the Psi-Function 14 5. The Schrodinger Equation 16 6. Probability Flux Density 20 Chapter II. Mathematical Tools of Quantum Mechanics 23 7. Fundamental Postulates . 23 8. Linear Operators 27 9. Matrix Representation of Operators 31 10. The Algebra of Operators 38 11. The Uncertainty Relation 45 12. The Continuous Spectrum 48 13. Dirac Notation 51 14. Transformation of Functions and Operators from One Representa- tion to Another 55 Chapter III. Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions of Physical Quantities 63 15. Operators of Physical Quantities 63 16. Rules for Commutation of Operators of Physical Quantities … 67 17. Eigenfunctions of the Coordinate and Momentum Operators … 71 18. Momentum and Energy Represonlal ions 74 19. Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions of the Angular Momentum Operator 78 20. Parity 81 Chapter IV. Time Dependence of Physical Quantities 83 21. The Time Derivative of an Operator 83 22. Time Dependence of Matrix Elements 86 Chapter V. Motion of a Particle in Force Fields 89 23. A Particle in a Central Force Field 89 24. An Electron in a Coulomb Field. The Hydrogen Atom 94 25. The Harmonic Oscillator 106 26. Solution of the Harmonic Oscillator Problem in the Matrix Form 109 27. Annihilation and Creation Operators 116 CONTENTS 7 Chapter VI. Perturbation Theory 123 28. Introduction 123 29. Time-Independent Perturbations 123 30. Case of Two Close Levels 132 31. Degenerate Case 136 32. Examples of Application of the Stationary Perturbation Theory 141 33. Time-Dependent Perturbations 148 34. Perturbations Varying Harmonically with Time 156 35. Transitions in a Continuous Spectrum 163 36. Potential Energy as a Perturbation 164 Chapter VII. The Quasiclassical Approximation 169 37. The Classical Limit 169 38. Boundary Conditions at a Turning Point 174 39. Bohr-Sommerfeld Quantization Rule 184 40. Penetration of a Potential Barrier 188 Chapter VIII. Semiempirical Theory of Particles with Spin 192 41. Psi-Function of a Particle with Spin 192 42. Spin Operators 194 43. Eigenvalues and Eigenfunctions of Spin Operators 202 44. Spinors 205 Chapter IX. Systems Consisting of Identical Particles 214 45. Principle of Indistinguishability of Identical Particles 214 46. Psi-Functions for Systems of Particles. The Pauli Principle . . . 216 47. Summation of Angular Momenta 222 48. Psi-Function of System of Two Particles Having a Spin of 1/2 . . 225 49. Exchange Interaction 229 50. Second Quantization 233 51. Second Quantization Applied to Bosons 235 52. Second Quantization Applied to Fermions 250 Chapter X. Atoms and Molecules 258 53. Methods of Calculating Atomic Systems . 258 54. The Helium Atom f Ai 259 55. The Variation Method 263 56. The Method of the Self-Consistent Field 268 57. The Thomas-Fcrmi Method 275 58. The Zeeman Effect 278 59. The Theory of Molecules in the Adiabatic Approximation . . . 281 60. The Hydrogen Molecule 285 Chapter XI. Radiation Theory • 291 / i u^ir^u 61. Quantization of an Electromagnetic Field L • 291 62. Interaction of an Electromagnetic Field with a Charged Particle 301 ■63. One-Photon Processes 305 64. Dipole Radiation 308 65. Selection Rules 312 8 CONTENTS Chapter XII. Scattering Theory 315 66. Scattering Cross Section . SPlAtur 1 . 315 67. Scattering Amplitude 317 68. Born Approximation 319 69. Method of Partial Waves 321 70. Inelastic Scattering 328 Appendices . . I. Angular Momentum Operators in Spherical Coordinates . . . II. Spherical Functions III. Cuebyshev-IIerinite Polynomials IV. Some Information from the Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable …. V. Airy Function VI. Method of Green’s Functions VII. Solution of the Fundamental Equation of the Scattering Theory by the Method of Green’s Functions VIII. The Dirac Delta Function

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Physics A General Course – Savelyev

In this post we will see the three volume Physics – A General Course by I. V. Savelyev.

I have done everything in my power to acquaint students with the basic ideas and methods of physics and to teach them how to think physically. This is why the book is not encyclopedic in its nature. It is mainly devoted to explaining the meaning of physical laws and showing how to apply them consciously. What I have tried to achieve is a deep knowledge of the fundamental principles of physics rather than a shallower acquaintance with a wide range of questions.

While using the book, try not to memorize the material formalistically and mechanically, but logically, i.e. memorize the material by thoroughly understanding it. I have tried to present physics not as a science for “cramming”, not as a certain volume of information to be memorized, but as a clever, logical, and attractive science.

Notwithstanding my desire to reduce the size, I considered it essential to include a number of mathematical sections in the course: on vectors, linear differential equations, the basic concepts of the theory of probability, etc. This was done to impart a “physical” tinge to the relevant concepts and relations. In addition, the mathematical “inclusions” make it possible to go on with the physics even if, as is often the case, the relevant material has not yet been covered in a mathematics course.
The present course is intended above all for higher technical schools with an extended syllabus in physics. The material has been arranged, however, so that the book can be used as a teaching aid for higher technical schools with an ordinary syllabus simply by omitting some section

 

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The books were translated from the Russian by G. Leib and were first publised in 1980, this copy is the third reprint in 1989.

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Volume 1

Volume 2

Volume 3

Contents

 

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Some new hauls

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From Blossoms in Bangalore. If you are in B’lore do visit., you might get some surprises there.

mir-01 mir-06Received via Hawakajhonka with many thanks from Guptaji

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Received with thanks from Ajay.ssa

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Fundamentals of Physics – Yavorksy and Pinsky

In this post we will see the long awaited two volume Fundamentals of Physics by B. M. Yavorsky and A. A. Pinsky.

 

This textbook explains the con­cepts and most important advances of modern physics without resort to higher mathematics. Avoids the traditional division between clas­sical and modern physics and en­deavours to present all material so as to develop quantum mechanical concepts.

The textbook is intended for secon­dary schools and as a teaching aid for physics teachers in general and technical secondary schools. Will be found useful by correspondence students studying ‘A ’ level and first year physics.

Contents.

Vol. I. Motion and Forces, Conservation Laws, Molecular Kinetic Theory of Gases, Molecular Forces and states of aggregation of matter, Electrodynamics

Vol. II . Vibrations and Waves. Quantum Physics of Atoms, Molecules and Solids. Physics of the Nucleus and Elementary Par­ticles.

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Fundamentals of Physics Volume: 2
Author(s): B. M. Yavorsky, A. A. Pinsky

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