Halliday, Resnick and Walker FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS 6/e

Ch 1: Measurement(4)
Ch 2: Motion Along a Straight Line(3)
Ch 3: Vectors(2)
Ch 4: Motion in Two & Three Dimensions(2)
Ch 5: Force and Motion - I(3)
Ch 6: Force and Motion - II(1)
Ch 7: Kinetic Energy & Work(1)
Ch 8: Potential Energy & Conservation of Energy(1)
Ch 9: Systems of Particles(1)
Ch10: Collisions(1)
Ch11: Rotation(1)
Ch12: Rolling, Torque & Angular Momentum(1)
Ch13: Equilibrium & Elasticity(1)
Ch14: Gravitation(4)
Ch15: Fluids(4)
Ch16: Oscillations(2)
Ch17: Waves - I(2)
Ch18: Waves - II(1)
Ch19: Temperature, Heat & the First Law(3)
Ch20: The Kinetic Theory of Gases(3)
Ch21: Entropy & the Second Law (2)
Ch22: Electric Charge(4)
Ch23: Electric Fields(2)
Ch24: Gauss' Law(0)
Ch25: Electric Potentia(1)l
Ch26: Capacitance(1)
Ch27: Current & Resistance(0)
Ch28: Circuits(1)
Ch29: Magnetic Fields(2)
Ch30: Magnetic Fields due to Currents(1)
Ch31: Induction & Inductance(2)
Ch32: Magnetism of Matter; Maxwell's Equations(0)
Ch33: Electromagnetic Oscillations & Alternating Current(1)
Ch34: Electromagnetic Waves(5)
Ch35: Images(3)
Ch36: Interference(1)
Ch37: Diffraction(2)
Ch38: Special Theory of Relativity(2)
Ch39: Photons & Matter Waves(2)
Ch40: More about Matter Waves(1)
Ch41: All about Atoms(5)
Ch42: Conduction of Electricity in Solids(1)
Ch43: Nuclear Physics(3)
Ch44: Energy from the Nucleus(3)
Ch45: Quarks, Leptons & the Big Bang(1)

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