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Textbook Notes for PHYS1081 at University of New Brunswick Fredericton

Foundations of Physics for Engineers

Chapter: Measurement

1. Measurement Measuring Things, Including Lengths The purpose of p...

Chapter: Rotation

Rotation 1 Rotational Variables Why we concentrate on the study of ...

Chapter: Rolling,Torque and Angular Momentum

11. Rolling, Torque and Angular Momentum Rolling as translation and...

Chapter: Equilirium and Elasticity

12. Equilibrium and Elasticity Equilibrium A rigid body at rest is ...

Chapter: Electromagnetic Waves

Chapter 33 Electromagnetic Waves 331 Electromagnetic Waves Maxwells...

Chapter: Induction and Inductance

Chapter 30 Induction and Inductance 301 Faradays Law and Lenzs Law ...

Chapter: Motion Along a Straight Line

2. Motion Along a Straight Line MOTION Kinematics: The classificati...

Chapter: Maxwell's Equations

Chapter 32 Maxwells Equations; Magnetism of Matter 321 Gauss Law fo...

Chapter: Photons and Matter Waves

Chapter 38 Photons and Matter Waves 381 The Photon, the Quantum of ...

Chapter: Nuclear Physics

Nuclear Physics 1 Discovering the Nucleus 2.1 Organizing the Nuclid...

Chapter: Nucleus

Energy from the Nucleus 1 Nuclear Fission One of the main goals of ...

Chapter: Quarks, Leptons and Big Bang

Quarks, Leptons, and the Big Bang In this chapter we introduce two ...

Chapter: Fluids

14. Fluids A uid is any substance that can ow. Fluids conform to th...

Chapter: Images

Chapter 34 Images 341 Images and Plane Mirrors Images are reproduct...

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