Physics for College Students
by Henry S. Carhart
Publisher: Allyn and Bacon 1910
Number of pages: 644
Contents: MECHANICS (Kinematics, Dynamics, Mechanics of Fluids); SOUND (Waves, Production and Transmission of Sound, Physical Basis of Music); LIGHT (Nature and Propagation of Light, Light as a Wave Motion, Sensations of Color, Polarized Light, Optical Instruments); HEAT (Nature and Effects of Heat, Transmission and Radiation of Heat, Thermodynamics); MAGNETISM AND ELECTRICITY (Magnets and Magnetic Fields, Electrostatics, Electric Currents, Electromagnetism, Electromagnetic Induction, Dynamo-Electric Machines, Electric Oscillations and Waves, Passage of Electricity through Gases).
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by P.J. Haler - Library Press
In the following pages a scheme of the subject is developed, which forms a two-year course when two or three hours a week are devoted to the subject. The portions of Physics usually treated under Applied Mechanics and Electricity have been omitted.
by Tom McBee - OpenStax College
This book is intended to meet the needs of the Advanced Level Physics course (roughly Grade 11). The text includes learning objectives, concept questions, links to labs and simulations, and ample practice opportunities to solve application problems.
by Lawrence Davis - Open Oregon Educational Resources
The book sticks to the basic functioning of the human body, from motion to metabolism, as a common theme through which the fundamental physics topics are introduced. It is designed to meet the objectives of a high school or freshman level course.
by Kenneth R. Koehler - Raymond Walters College
This textbook is intended as a vehicle for students in the biological and chemical sciences, enabling them to understand the physical underpinnings of their later studies. The systems under investigation will relate to human physiology.