University Physics Crash Course


Volume 0 – Prepare for College Physics

Volume 1 – Units, Physical Quantities, and Vectors

Volume 2 – Motion Along a Straight Line

Volume 3 – Motion in Two or Three Dimensions

Volume 4 – Newton’s Laws of Motion

Volume 5 – Applying Newton’s Laws

Volume 6 – Work and Kinetic Energy

Volume 7 – Potential Energy and Energy Conservation

Volume 8 – Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions

Volume 9 – Rotation of Rigid Bodies

Volume 10 – Dynamics of Rotational Motion

Volume 11 – Equilibrium and Elasticity

Volume 12 – Fluid Mechanics

Volume 13 – Gravitation

Volume 14 – Periodic Motion

Volume 15 – Mechanical Waves

Volume 16 – Sound and Hearing

Volume 17 – Temperature and Heat

Volume 18 – Thermal Properties of Matter

Volume 19 – The First Law of Thermodynamics

Volume 20 – The Second Law of Thermodynamics

Volume 21 – Electric Charge and Electric Field

Volume 22 – Gauss’s Law

Volume 23 – Electric Potential

Volume 24 – Capacitance and Dielectrics

Volume 25 – Current, Resistance, and Electromotive Force

Volume 26 – Direct-Current Circuits

Volume 27 – Magnetic Field and Magnetic Forces

Volume 28 – Sources of Magnetic Field

Volume 29 – Electromagnetic Induction

Volume 30 – Inductance

Volume 31 – Alternating Current

Volume 32 – Electromagnetic Waves

Volume 33 – The Nature and Propagation of Light

Volume 34 – Geometric Optics

Volume 35 – Interference

Volume 36 – Diffraction

Volume 37 – Relativity

Volume 38 – Photons: Light Waves Behaving as Particles

Volume 39 – Particles Behaving as Waves

Volume 40 – Quantum Mechanics I: Wave Functions

Volume 41 – Quantum Mechanics II: Atomic Structure

Volume 42 – Molecules and Condensed Matter

Volume 43 – Nuclear Physics

Volume 44 – Particle Physics and Cosmology

This lesson plan follows “University Physics with Modern Physics by Hugh D. Young and Roger A.Freedman, 14th Edition.

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