Modern Physics 4th Revised edition [Kõva köide]

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This new edition combines pedagogy, problem sets, and teaching art in a presentation that includes coverage of a number of new topics and discoveries. It features problems divided by level of difficulty; offers valuable grounding in the history of the field; accommodates both one and two term courses and allows instructors to vary the applications topics covered from term to term; uses real data, photographs of people and apparatus, and quotations from original papers; covers "relativity" in two chapters, enabling instructors to teach just the basics or go deeper without disturbing continuity; has "exploring" sections throughout which deal with very current topics and/or topics of high student interest; and includes a new chapter, "Astrophysics and Cosmology", which is featured on the Modern Physics Web Site, complete with dramatic colour photos, and links to astronomy and astrophysics research sites worldwide. There are also nearly 500 figures and drawings and extensive end-of-chapter media references. These annotated references point to exceptional, carefully reviewed experiments, simulations, and other noteworthy material that is generally available and easy to use. Instructors can decide which programs and media offerings suit their course. These references will be updated often on the book's Web site.
Part 1 Relativity and Quantum Mechanics: The Foundations of Modern Physics 1(389)
Relativity 1
2(67)
The Experimental Basis of Relativity
3(11)
The Michelson-Morley Experiment
14(1)
Einstein's Postulates
14(7)
The Lorentz Transformation
21(12)
Exploring Calibrating the Spacetime Axes
32(1)
Time Dilation and Length Contraction
33(13)
The Doppler Effect
46(4)
Exploring Transverse Doppler Effect
50(1)
The Twin Paradox and Other Surprises
50(19)
The Case of the Identically Accelerated Twins
53(4)
Exploring Superluminal Speeds
57(12)
Relativity II
69(56)
Relativistic Momentum
70(4)
Relativistic Energy
74(13)
Exploring Another Surprise!
85(2)
Mass/Energy Conversion and Binding Energy
87(4)
Invariant Mass
91(14)
General Relativity
105(20)
Exploring Deflection of Light in a Gravitational Field
108(3)
Exploring Gravitational Redshift
111(3)
Perihelion of Mercury's Orbit
114(1)
Delay of Light in a Gravitational Field
115(10)
Quantization of Charge, Light, and Energy
125(37)
Quantization of Electric Charge
125(7)
Millikan's Oil-Drop Experiment
132(1)
Blackbody Radiation
132(9)
The Photoelectric Effect
141(6)
X-Rays and the Compton Effect
147(15)
Derivation of Compton's Equation
153(9)
The Nuclear Atom
162(41)
Atomic Spectra
163(2)
Rutherford's Nuclear Model
165(10)
Rutherford's Prediction and Geiger & Marsden's Results
172(3)
The Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom
175(11)
Exploring Giant Atoms
185(1)
X-Ray Spectra
186(5)
The Franck-Hertz Experiment
191(3)
Critique of Bohr Theory and the ``Old'' Quantum Mechanics
194(9)
The Wavelike Properties of Particles
203(39)
The de Broglie Hypothesis
203(1)
Measurements of Particle Wavelengths
204(11)
Wave Packets
215(8)
The Probabilistic Interpretation of the Wave Function
223(2)
The Uncertainty Principle
225(4)
Exploring The Gamma Ray Microscope
227(2)
Some Consequences of the Uncertainty Principle
229(4)
Wave-Particle Duality
233(9)
Two-Slit Interference Pattern
234(8)
The Schrodinger Equation
242(49)
The Schrodinger Equation in One Dimension
243(7)
The Infinite Square Well
250(10)
The Finite Square Well
260(4)
Graphical Solution of the Finite Square Well
263(1)
Expectation Values and Operators
264(4)
Transitions Between Energy States
268(1)
The Simple Harmonic Oscillator
268(4)
Exploring Parity
272(1)
Reflection and Transmission of Waves
272(19)
Exploring Alpha Decay
280(2)
Exploring NH3 Atomic Clock
282(1)
Tunnel Diodes
283(8)
Atomic Physics
291(47)
The Schrodinger Equation in Three Dimensions
291(3)
Quantization of Angular Momentum and Energy in the Hydrogen Atom
294(10)
Hydrogen Atom Wave Functions
304(4)
Electron Spin
308(6)
Exploring Stern-Gerlach Experiment
311(3)
Total Angular Momentum and the Spin-Orbit Effect
314(4)
The Schrodinger Equation for Two (or More) Particles
318(2)
Ground States of Atoms: The Periodic Table
320(4)
Excited States and Spectra of Atoms
324(14)
Multielectron Atoms
326(1)
The Zeeman Effect
327(1)
Exploring Frozen Light
327(11)
Statistical Physics
338(51)
Classical Statistics
339(15)
Kinetic Theory: A Brief Review
339(3)
Temperature and Entropy
342(8)
A Derivation of the Equipartition Theorem
350(4)
Quantum Statistics
354(8)
The Bose-Einstein Condensation
362(9)
Exploring Liquid Helium
363(8)
The Photon Gas: An Application of Bose-Einstein Statistics
371(8)
Properties of a Fermion Gas
379(10)
Part 2 Applications 389(1)
Molecular Structure and Spectra
390(49)
The Ionic Bond
391(4)
The Covalent Bond
395(8)
Other Covalent Bonds
402(1)
Exploring Other Bonding Mechanisms
403(3)
Energy Levels and Spectra of Diatomic Molecules
406(10)
Absorption, Stimulated Emission, and Scattering
416(7)
Lasers and Masers
423(16)
Solid-State Physics
439(67)
The Structure of Solids
439(10)
Classical Theory of Conduction
449(7)
Thermal Conduction---The Classical Model
455(1)
Free-Electron Gas in Metals
456(4)
Quantum Theory of Conduction
460(4)
Thermal Conduction---The Quantum Model
464(1)
Magnetism in Solids
464(3)
Band Theory in Solids
467(8)
Energy Bands in Solids---An Alternate Approach
475(1)
Impurity Semiconductors
475(6)
Exploring Hall Effect
478(3)
Semiconductor Junctions and Devices
481(5)
How Transistors Work
486(1)
Superconductivity
486(20)
Exploring Flux Quantization
492(4)
Exploring Josephson Junctions
496(10)
Nuclear Physics
506(56)
Composition of the Nucleus
507(1)
Ground-State Properties of Nuclei
508(14)
Liquid-Drop Model and the Semiempirical Mass Formula
519(3)
Radioactivity
522(3)
Production and Sequential Decays
525(1)
Alpha, Beta, and Gamma Decay
525(15)
Energetics of Alpha Decay
529(8)
Exploring Mossbauer Effect
537(3)
The Nuclear Force
540(7)
Exploring Probability Density of the Exchange Mesons
546(1)
The Shell Model
547(15)
Exploring Finding the ``Correct'' Shell Model
550(12)
Nuclear Reactions and Applications
562(53)
Nuclear Reactions
563(10)
Fission, Fusion, and Nuclear Reactors
573(21)
Safety Issues of Fission Reactors
586(7)
Interaction of Particles and Matter
593(1)
Applications
594(21)
Radiation Dosage
607(8)
Particle Physics
615(1)
Particles and Antiparticles
616(6)
Fundamental Interactions and the Classification of Particles
622(11)
Exploring A Further Comment About Interaction Strengths
630(3)
Conservation Laws and Symmetries
633(10)
When Is a Physical Quantity Conserved?
636(6)
Resonances and Excited States
642(1)
The Standard Model
643(15)
Exploring Where Does the Proton Get Its Spin?
649(9)
Beyond the Standard Model
658
Astrophysics and Cosmology
Chapter 14 appears only on the Web site: www.whfreeman.com/modphysics4e+
The Sun
Exploring Is There Life Elsewhere?
The Stars
The Evolution of Stars
Cataclysmic Events
The Final States of Stars
Galaxies
Exploring Telescopes
Gravitation and Cosmology
Cosmogenesis
Exploring ``Natural'' (Planck) Units
Appendix A Table of Atomic Masses 1(15)
Appendix B Mathematical Aids 16(7)
B1 Probability Integrals
16(2)
B2 Distribution Functions
18(3)
B3 Derivation of the Boltzmann Distribution
21(1)
B4 Binomial and Exponential Series
22(1)
Appendix C Electron Configurations 23(5)
Appendix D Fundamental Physical Constants 28(4)
Appendix E Conversion Factors 32(1)
Appendix F Nobel Laureates in Physics 33
Answers 1(1)
Index 1


PAUL A. TIPLER Formerly of Oakland University - RALPH LLEWELLYN University of Central Florida