Raymond A. Serway,
Clement J. Moses,
Curt A. Moyer
Publisher: Cengage Learning
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Solutions for Modern Physics
1 Relativity I
2 Relativity Ii
3 The Quantum Theroy Of Light
4 The Particle Nature Of Matter
5 Matter Waves
6 Quantum Mechanics In One Dimension
7 Tunneling Phenomena
8 Quantum Mechanics In Three Dimensions
9 Atomic Structure
10 Statistical Physics
11 Molecular Structure
12 The Solid State
13 Nuclear Structure
14 Nuclear Physics Applications
15 Elementary Particles
1.1 Special Relativity
1.2 The Principle Of Relativity
1.3 The Michelson–morley Experiment
1.4 Postulates Of Special Relativity
1.5 Consequences Of Special Relativity
1.6 The Lorentz Transformation
1.7 Spacetime And Causality
Exercise 1 Show that although observers in S and S′ measure different coordinates for the ends of a...
Exercise 2 Conservation of Linear Momentum Is Covariant Under the Galilean Transformation. Assume...
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Chapter 1 - Relativity I
Chapter 1.2 - The Principle Of Relativity
Chapter 1.5 - Consequences Of Special Relativity
Chapter 1.6 - The Lorentz Transformation
Chapter 2 - Relativity Ii
Chapter 3 - The Quantum Theroy Of Light
Chapter 3.2 - Blackbody Radiation
Chapter 4 - The Particle Nature Of Matter
Chapter 4.2 - The Composition Of Atoms
Chapter 4.3 - The Bohr Atom
Chapter 5 - Matter Waves
Chapter 5.1 - The Pilot Waves Of De Broglie
Chapter 5.5 - The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle
Chapter 6 - Quantum Mechanics In One Dimension
Chapter 6.4 - The Particle In A Box
Chapter 6.5 - The Finite Square Well (optional)
Chapter 6.7 - Expectation Values
Chapter 6.8 - Observables And Operators
Chapter 7 - Tunneling Phenomena
Chapter 7.1 - The Square Barrier
Chapter 8 - Quantum Mechanics In Three Dimensions
Chapter 8.1 - Particle In A Three-dimensional Box
Chapter 8.3 - Space Quantization
Chapter 8.5 - Atomic Hydrogen And Hydrogen-like Ions
Chapter 9 - Atomic Structure
Chapter 9.2 - The Spinning Electron
Chapter 9.3 - The Spin–orbit Interaction And Other Magnetic Effects
Chapter 10 - Statistical Physics
Chapter 11 - Molecular Structure
Chapter 11.2 - Molecular Rotation And Vibration
Chapter 12 - The Solid State
Chapter 13 - Nuclear Structure
Chapter 13.4 - Radioactivity
Chapter 14 - Nuclear Physics Applications
Chapter 15 - Elementary Particles
Chapter 15.6 - Strange Particles And Strangeness
Chapter 15.7 - How Are Elementary Particles Produced And Particle Properties Measured?
Chapter 16 - Cosmology
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