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# Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics - 8th Edition - Serway_Jewett.pdf

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School
McMaster University
Department
Mathematics
Course
MATH 2Z03
Professor
Waldemar Okon
Semester
Fall

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Pedagogical Color ChartMechanics and ThermodynamicsS pLinearandDisplacement andSposition vectorsLangular momentum vectorsDisplacement and positioncomponent vectorsLinear and SSangular momentumLinear v and angular vcomponent vectorsvelocity vectorsSVelocity component vectorstTorque vectors Torque componentSF Force vectors vectorsForce component vectorsSchematic linear or SaAcceleration vectorsrotational motion Acceleration component vectors directionsDimensional rotationalEnergy transfer arrows arrowWengEnlargement arrowQcSpringsQhPulleysProcess arrowElectricity and MagnetismCapacitorsElectric fieldsElectric field vectorsInductors coilsElectric field component vectorsMagnetic fieldsVoltmetersVMagnetic field vectorsMagnetic field AmmetersA component vectorsAC SourcesPositive chargesLightbulbsNegative chargesResistorsGround symbolBatteries and otherCurrentDC power suppliesSwitchesLight and OpticsMirrorLight rayCurved mirrorFocal light rayCentral light rayObjectsConverging lensImagesDiverging lensSome Physical ConstantsaQuantity Symbol Value227Atomic mass unit u 1660 538 782 83 3 10 kg2931494 028 23 MeVc23Avogadros number N 6022 141 79 30 3 10 particlesmolAeU224Bohr magneton m 5 9274 009 15 23 3 10 JTB2me2U211Bohr radius a 5 5291 772 085 9 36 3 10 m02mekeeR223Boltzmanns constant k 5 1380 650 4 24 3 10 JKBNAh212 2426 310 217 5 33 3 10Compton wavelength l 5 mCmce1922Coulomb constant k 5 8987 551 7883 10 NmC exacte4pP0227Deuteron mass m 3343 583 20 17 3 10 kgd2013 553 212 724 78 u231Electron mass m 9109 382 15 45 3 10 kge245485 799 094 3 23 3 10 u20510 998 910 13 MeVc219Electron volt eV 1602 176 487 40 3 10 J219Elementary charge e 1602 176 487 40 3 10 CGas constant R 8314 472 15 JmolK21122Gravitational constant G 6674 28 67 3 10 Nmkg227Neutron mass m 1674 927 211 84 3 10 kgn1008 664 915 97 43 u2939565 346 23 MeVceU227Nuclear magneton m 5 5050 783 24 13 3 10 JTn2mp27Permeability of free space m 4p 3 10 TmA exact0121222Permittivity of free space P 5 8854 187 8173 10 CNm exact02mc0234Plancks constant h 6626 068 96 33 3 10 Jsh234 1054 571 628 53 3 10 U5 Js2p227Proton mass m 1672 621 637 83 3 10 kgp1007 276 466 77 10 u2938272 013 23 MeVc721Rydberg constant R 1097 373 156 852 7 73 3 10 mH8Speed of light in vacuum c 2997 924 58 3 10 ms exactNote These constants are the values recommended in 2006 by CODATA based on a leastsquares adjustment of data from different measurements For a more complete list see P J Mohr B N Taylor and D B Newell CODATA Recommended Values of the Fundamental Physical Constants 2006 Rev Mod Phys 802 633730 2008aThe numbers in parentheses for the values represent the uncertainties of the last two digits
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