A Collection of Questions and Problems in Physics – Sena

I believe that if you have solved or studied the solution of a 
large number of problems, the basics of the physical method of 
thinking have become clearer.

We now come to A Collection of Questions and Problems in Physics by L. A. Sena.

The aim of the present collection of questions and problems is to develop practical skills during study of one of the fundamental sciences, physics. The Collection is intended for the self-instruction of students of technical colleges. The best way to use it is to solve the problems while preparing for term exams.

The Collection contains more than 400 questions and problems covering all the sections of the physics course. All questions and problems have detailed answers and solutions. For this reason the two main sections of the book, Questions and Problems and Answers and Solutions, have identical headings and numbering: each chapter in the first section has a corresponding chapter in the second, and the numbering of answers corresponds to the numbering of problems.

A special feature of the Collection is the drawings and diagrams for most of the questions and answers. The diagrams use a variety of scales: linear, semilog, log-log, and quadratic.

Arrangement of the material in this Collection corresponds to the structure most commonly used in college physics textbooks. One exception is the questions and problems involving the special theory of relativity. These are placed in different chapters, starting from the one dealing with mechanics.

The book was translated from the Russian by Eugene Yankovsky and was first published by Mir Publishers in 1988.

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Update: The book is in print and available here. Price is INR 80.

Contents

Introduction 7

Questions and Problems 10

1. Fundamentals of Mechanics to
2. Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics
3. Electrostatics 42
4. Direct Current 54
5. Electromagnetism 67
6. Oscillatory Motion and Waves 80
7. Alternating Current 92
8. Optics 95
9. Atomic and Nuclear Physics t09

Answers and Solutions 121

1. Fundamentals of Mechanics 121
2. Molecular Physics and Thermodynamics
3. Electrostatics 188
4. Direct Current 213
5. Electromagnetism 233
6. Oscillatory Motion and Waves 254
7. Alternating Current 275
8. Optics 286
9. Atomic and Nuclear Physics 316

Postface 335

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15 Responses to A Collection of Questions and Problems in Physics – Sena

  1. m95 says:

    Thanks a lot Damitr, wonderful post

  2. priyansh says:

    whaooooooooooo what a great book……………………

  3. wasim says:

    bundles of thanks……

  4. A47 says:

    Hey , can anyone provide links for downloading pdf of A A Pinsky problems in physics.

  5. Neeraj Agrawal says:

    provide links for downloading pdf of A A Pinsky problems in physics.

  6. om says:

    I cannpt download please help me

  7. Abhay Pratap Singh says:

    sir, please provide the link to download to download this book…

  8. Nisarg says:

    All of the links are not working….either..corrupted or invalid is being shown..so can u please post a new link fr this book…

  9. yureighost says:

    I will be grateful if you can send it at oneandonlyprashant1@gmail.com

  10. R Mitra says:

    none of the links are working… please help

  11. Kiran says:

    Could you please anyone share the link/book of “A Collection of Questions and Problems in Physics by L. A. Sena”? Looking forward to hear from you.

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