Project PHYSNET PDF Modules as of 10/21/2016

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 m1; Simple Differentiation and Integration (10/21/2002)

 m2; Sums, Differences and Products of Vectors (12/13/2002)

 m4; Taylor's Polynomial Approximation for Functions (10/3/2002)

 m5; Tools for Static Equilibrium (10/9/2002)

 m6; Static Equilibrium and the Centers of Gravity and Mass (10/21/2002)

 m7; Kinematics In One Dimension (12/17/2002)

 m8; Two-Dimensional Motion (2/21/2003)

 m9; Circular Motion: Kinematics (1/29/2003)

 m10; One-Body Diagrams and Contact Forces (9/12/2002)

 m11; Relative Linear Motion, Frames of Reference (2/11/2002)

 m12; Special Relativity: The Lorentz Transformation, The Velocity Addition Law (2/1/2000)

 m13; Length Contraction and Time Dilation (10/3/2002)

 m14; Particle Dynamics; The Laws of Motion (4/13/2002)

 m15; Momentum: Conservation and Transfer (5/13/2002)

 m16; Friction in Applications of Newton's Second Law (10/4/2002)

 m17; Acceleration and Force in Circular Motion (10/3/2002)

 m18; Rotating Frames of Reference; Effects on the Surface of the Earth (2/1/2000)

 m19; Mass Changing With Time: The Vertical Rocket, Etc. (10/21/2002)

 m20; Work, Power, Kinetic Energy (10/3/2002)

 m21; Potential Energy, Conservation of Energy (2/12/2002)

 m22; Energy Graphs, Motion, Turning Points (10/3/2002)

 m23; Relativistic Energy; Reaction Thresholds, Binding Energies (4/24/2002)

 m24; Relativistic Momentum: Particle Decays (2/1/2000)

 m25; Simple Harmonic Motion (6/14/2002)

 m26; Simple Harmonic Motion: Shifted Origin and Phase (3/3/2000)

 m27; Phasors (4/25/2002)

 m28; Small Oscillations (4/16/2002)

 m29; Damped Mechanical Oscillations (10/21/2002)

 m30; Eliminating Oscillator Transients: a Project (1/4/2001)

 m31; Damped Driven Oscillations; Mechanical Resonances (10/3/2002)

 m33; Angular Acceleration in Circular Motion (10/3/2002)

 m34; Torque and Angular Momentum in Circular Motion (10/3/2002)


 m36; Rotational Motion of a Rigid Body (1/3/2002)

 m37; Kinematics of Motion in Three Dimensions (10/3/2002)

 m39; Computer Algorithm for the Damped Driven Oscillator (2/1/2000)

 m40; Foucault's Pendulum (2/1/2000)

 m41; Dynamics for Circular Motion (3/3/2000)

 m42; Pendula, Simple and Physical (2/1/2000)

 m43; Translational \& Rotational Motion of a Rigid Body (2/1/2000)

 m44; Appearances at Relativistic Speeds (9/12/2002)

 m45; Two Body Kinematics and Dynamics (10/4/2002)

 m47; Laplace Transform for the Damped Driven Oscillator (2/6/2013)

 m48; Introduction to Fluid Statics and Dynamics (2/1/2000)

 m49; Resonances and Poles; Real and Imaginary Worlds (2/1/2000)

 m50; Fourier Series and Integrals (10/3/2002)

 m53; Ordinary and Super-Ball Bounces (10/4/2002)

 m56; Static And Sliding Friction; Drag Racer Design (2/1/2000)

 m57; Euler's Equations: The Tennis Racket Theorem (2/1/2000)

 m58; Derivation of the Constants of the Motion for Central Forces (2/1/2000)

 m59; Some Simple Functions in the Complex Plane (10/21/2002)

 m62; An Overview of Particle Dynamics (2/1/2000)

 m63; Potential Energy Curves, Motion, Turning Points (10/5/2002)

 m64; Mass and Weight (1/4/2001)

 m69; Evaluating While Learning (A Project) (3/3/2000)

 m70; Inductive Reasoning: The Game of Patterns (2/22/1999)

 m72; Trajectories and Radius, Velocity, Acceleration (6/13/2002)

 m73; Special Relativity: The Michelson-Morley Experiment (2/1/2000)

 m74; Relativistic Energy and Momentum: Derivation (10/18/2002)

 m75; Relativistic Space-Time: Four-Vectors (2/1/2000)

 m76; Derivation of the Lorentz Transformation (2/1/2000)

 m77; Angular Momentum and Torque: Precession (10/4/2002)

 m83; Best Uses Of The Lecture (2/1/2000)

 m84; Physnet Module Author's Guide (2/1/2000)

 m100; The Cavendish Experiment (2/1/2000)

 m101; Newton's Law of Universal Gravitation (4/23/2002)

 m102; Orbital Motion in an Inverse-Square-Law Force Field (10/4/2002)

 m104; The Numerov Algorithm for Satellite Orbits (10/4/2002)

 m105; Orbits in an Inverse-Square-Law Force Field: A Computer Project (2/1/2000)

 m106; Derivation of Orbits in Inverse Square Law Force Fields (2/1/2000)

 m107; Gravitational Potential Energy (10/18/2001)

 m108; The Gravitational Field (4/1/2002)

 m109; The Gravitational Field Outside a Homogeneous Spherical Mass (2/1/2000)

 m110; The Equivalence Principle: An Introduction to Relativistic Gravitation (1/22/2001)

 m114; Coulomb's Law (10/22/2001)

 m115; Point Charge: Field and Force (2/28/2000)

 m116; The Electrostatic Potential (2/15/2002)

 m117; Particle Energy in an Electrostatic Field (2/21/2003)

 m118; Conductivity and Resistance (11/7/2001)

 m119; Resistive D.C. Circuits (10/15/2002)

 m120; Electric Dipoles (3/1/2013)

 m121; Introduction to Electricity and Magnetism (10/21/2002)

 m122; Force on a Charged Particle in a Magnetic Field (11/7/2001)

 m123; Force on a Current in a Magnetic Field (3/27/2000)

 m124; The Magnetic Field of a Moving Charge (10/3/2000)

 m125; The Ampere - Laplace - Biot - Savart Law (10/4/2002)

 m127; A Charged Particle Trajectory in a Magnetic Field: Cyclotron Orbits (A Computer Project) (2/1/2000)

 m128; The Numerov Algorithm for Magnetic Field Trajectories (10/21/2002)

 m130; Magnetic Dipoles (11/6/2001)

 m132; Gauss's Law for Spherical Symmetry (3/29/2000)

 m133; Gauss's Law Applied to Cylindrical and Planar Charge Distributions (10/4/2002)

 m134; Charge Layers and Capacitors (10/4/2002)

 m135; Capacitance and Capacitors (10/4/2002)

 m137; Electrostatic Field Energy (2/1/2000)

 m138; Ampere's Law (11/26/2002)

 m139; Sourcelessness of the Magnetic Field (10/21/2002)

 m140; A Magnetic Monopole? (10/4/2002)

 m141; Magnetic Fields in Bulk Matter: Magnets (10/21/2002)

 m142; Magnetic Induction (10/4/2002)

 m143; Storage of Energy in Magnetic Fields (10/21/2002)

 m144; Self-Inductance and Inductors (1/25/2001)

 m145; The Ampere-Maxwell Equation; Displacement Current (10/21/2002)

 m147; Electrostatic Potential from Distributed Charges (1/14/2002)

 m148; Electric Field and Potential of Continuous Charge Distributions (10/18/2001)

 m149; Examining the Charge Carriers; The Hall Effect (10/4/2002)

 m150; Signal Velocity in a Conductor (10/4/2002)

 m151; Two-Element DC-Driven Series LRC Circuits (10/4/2002)

 m152; Three-Element DC-Driven Series LRC Circuit (10/4/2002)

 m153; Electric Fields from Symmetric Charge Distributions (2/1/2000)

 m154; Circuit Resonances (10/4/2002)

 m155; Student Strategies for Success In CBI Physics (2/1/2000)

 m156; Temperature and Pressure of an Ideal Gas: The Equation of State (5/14/2003)

 m157; Temperature and Pressure of an Ideal Gas: The Equation of State (5/15/2003)

 m158; The First Law of Thermodynamics (10/4/2002)

 m159; Energy and Boltzmann Distributions (2/1/2000)

 m160; Entropy (2/1/2000)

 m169; DC Conduction Along a Nerve (2/1/2000)

 m180; Skills for Professional Success (2/1/2000)

 m201; The Wave Equation and Its Solutions (10/5/2002)

 m202; Sound Waves and Small Transverse Waves on a String (10/5/2002)

 m203; Intensity and Energy in Sound Waves (2/1/2000)

 m204; The Doppler Effect (10/21/2002)

 m205; The Interference of Two Coherent Wave Sources (10/5/2002)

 m206; An Interference Project (11/7/2001)

 m210; Electromagnetic Waves from Maxwell's Equations (10/6/2002)

 m211; Energy and Momentum in Electromagnetic Waves (10/6/2002)

 m212; Characteristics of Photons (3/29/2000)

 m213; The Photoelectric Effect (10/6/2002)

 m214; Generating Simulated Data (10/6/2002)

 m215; Discrete Spectra (10/6/2002)

 m216; Transitions and Spectral Analysis (10/22/2002)

 m217; Diatomic Molecules: Properties from Rotation - Vibration Spectra (10/6/2002)

 m218; Continuous Spectra: Planck's Law (2/1/2000)

 m219; The Compton Effect (10/7/2002)

 m220; Light as Rays: Snell's Law (9/12/2002)

 m221; Spherical Mirrors (2/1/2000)

 m222; Refraction at Spherical Surfaces (10/22/2002)

 m223; Thin Spherical Lenses (11/26/2002)

 m225; Brewster's Law and Polarization (10/22/2002)

 m227; Specification of Color: Chromaticity (11/13/2002)

 m228; Land's Observations on Color Perception (2/1/2000)

 m229; Colors from Spectral Distributions (2/1/2000)

 m230; Interference from Two Synchronized Wave Sources (10/7/2002)

 m231; Interference of Many Coherent Waves; Radio Interferometry (3/28/2000)

 m232; Standing Waves (10/7/2002)

 m233; Standing Waves in Sheets Of Material (2/1/2000)

 m235; Fraunh\"{ofer Diffraction (10/22/2002)

 m236; Fresnel Diffraction (10/22/2002)

 m237; Diffraction Grating and X-Rays Scattering From Crystals (2/1/2000)

 m238; Constructing an Interference Pattern - A Project - (11/5/2000)

 m240; De Broglie Waves (2/1/2000)

 m241; The Uncertainty Relations: Description, Applications (10/7/2002)

 m242; The Classical to Quantum Transition (10/7/2002)

 m243; Wave Functions, Probability, and Mean Values (10/7/2002)

 m244; Electron Spin (2/1/2000)

 m245; Numerical Demonstration of Energy Quantization for Atomic Hydrogen (10/7/2002)

 m246; Wave-Particle Duality: Light (2/1/2000)

 m247; The Helium Atom: An Intuitive Approach (2/1/2000)

 m248; Newton's Second Law from Quantum Physics (10/7/2002)

 m250; Quantum Tunnelling (10/9/2002)

 m251; Quantized Angular Momentum (10/22/2002)

 m252; Some Uses of Radioactivity (2/1/2000)

 m253; Schr\"odinger Equation Bound States (10/7/2002)

 m254; Chemical Bonding (2/1/2000)

 m255; Fundamental Forces and Elementary Particle Classification (11/13/2001)

 m256; Conservation Laws for Elementary Particle Reactions (11/14/2001)

 m257; Optical Pumping (2/1/2000)

 m258; Laser Devices (2/1/2000)

 m259; Optical Circuits (2/1/2000)

 m260; Reflection and Planar Mirrors (2/1/2000)

 m263; The Camera, the Eye, the Magnifying Glass, and the Microscope (10/22/2002)

 m264; Exponential Decay (2/1/2000)

 m265; Quantum Tunnelling (10/9/2002)

 m266; Fundamental Forces: Ranges, Interaction Times, Cross Sections (1/22/2001)

 m270; Predicting and Specifying the Perceived Colors of Reflective Objects (2/1/2000)

 m273; Particles and Interactions (2/1/2000)

 m274; Particles Stable against the Strong Force (11/15/2000)

 m275; Conserved Quantities: An Overview (2/1/2000)

 m276; Universally Conserved Quantities (11/13/2001)

 m277; Properties Conserved in Strong and Em Interactions (11/12/2001)

 m278; Isospin: Conserved in Strong Interactions (11/12/2001)

 m279; Strengths of Interactions and Particle Diagrams (11/12/2001)

 m280; The Strong Interaction (11/8/2001)

 m281; The Weak Interaction (11/8/2001)

 m282; Su(3) and the Quark Model (11/8/2001)

 m283; Color and Charm (11/8/2001)

 m284; Current Work in Elementary Particles (2/1/2000)

 m301; Matrix Algebra (3/27/2002)

 m305; The Standard Model of Fundamental Particles and Their Interactions (11/14/2001)

 m308; Topics in Relativity: Doppler Shift and Pair Production (10/7/2002)

 m309; The Bohr-Sommerfeld Model of the Atom (2/1/2000)

 m310; The Nature of Atoms and Electrons: the Millikan, Thomson, and Rutherford Experiments (11/15/2001)

 m311; Exponential Decay: Observation, Derivation (2/1/2000)

 m314; The Spectrum Of Sodium (10/22/2002)

 m315; Anomalous Zeeman Effect and the Land\'{e \m{\symbol{103-Factor (2/1/2000)

 m316; The Spectrum of Helium and Calcium (2/1/2000)

 m317; X-Ray Spectra (2/1/2000)

 m318; The Pauli Principle and the Periodic Table of the Elements (2/1/2000)

 m338; Lattice Defects (2/24/2000)

 m346; Review of Elementary Fortran (2/1/2000)

 m347; Advanced Features of Fortran (2/1/2000)

 m348; Advanced Printer Graphics and Scaling (9/17/2002)

 m349; Numerical Integration (3/8/2002)

 m350; Euler's Methods for Solving Differential Equations; RC Circuits (10/7/2002)

 m351; Euler's Method for Coupled Differential Equations; RLC Circuits (10/7/2002)

 m352; Fourier Synthesis; Superposition of Waves (10/7/2002)

 m353; Waves in Two Dimensions (10/9/2002)

 m354; Generation of Random Numbers by Computer (3/18/2002)

 m355; Monte Carlo Evaluation of Definite Integrals (3/20/2002)

 m356; Simulation of a Chain Reaction (3/21/2002)

 m357; The Approach to Equilibrium (3/21/2002)

 m358; Analysis of Bubble Chamber Photographs (3/22/2002)

 m359; Least Squares Fitting of Experimental Data (10/7/2002)

 m366; Magnets (4/30/2002)

 m370; Computer Programming Techniques: A Review (2/1/2000)

 m376; Circular Motion with Constant Speed (2/1/2000)

 m380; The Dirac Delta Function (2/25/2000)

 m381; Photon Particle - Wave Duality (2/25/2000)

 m382; Wave Nature of Particles (2/25/2000)

 m383; Fourier Analysis and Wave Packets (2/1/2000)

 m384; The Schr\"odinger Equation (10/18/2001)

 m385; Rectangular Potentials (10/18/2001)

 m386; Harmonic Oscillator I (2/1/2000)

 m387; Harmonic Oscillator II (2/1/2000)

 m388; Formal Structure of QM (I) (2/1/2000)

 m389; Formal Structure of QM (II) (2/1/2000)

 m390; Time-Independent Perturbations (2/1/2000)

 m391; Time-Dependent Perturbations I (2/1/2000)

 m392; Harmonic Perturbations (2/1/2000)

 m393; Scattering in the Born Approximation (2/1/2000)

 m401; Review of Basic Mathematical Skills (6/14/2002)

 m402; Scientific Goals And Methods (4/30/2002)

 m403; Physical Description and Measurement (4/30/2002)

 m404; Physical Changes And Rates (4/30/2002)

 m405; Vectors (5/1/2002)

 m406; Description Of Motion (4/30/2002)

 m407; Component Description of Vectors and Motion (4/30/2002)

 m408; Theory Of Motion (4/30/2002)

 m409; Applications of the Theory Of Motion (4/30/2002)

 m410; The Gravitational Force (4/30/2002)

 m411; Electric Force and Charged Particles (4/30/2002)

 m412; Motion Relative to Different Reference Frames (4/30/2002)

 m413; Motion of a System of Particles (4/30/2002)

 m414; Kinetic Energy And Work (4/30/2002)

 m415; Potential Energy and Conservation Of Energy (4/30/2002)

 m416; Energy of a System of Particles (4/30/2002)

 m417; Solids and Fluids at Rest (4/30/2002)

 m418; Fluids in Motion (5/1/2002)

 m419; The Electric Field (4/30/2002)

 m420; Electric Potential (4/30/2002)

 m421; Electric Properties of Materials (4/30/2002)

 m422; Capacitance (4/30/2002)

 m423; Electric Current (4/30/2002)

 m424; Resistors (10/21/2002)

 m425; EMF and Electric Circuits (4/30/2002)

 m426; Magnetic Force and Field (4/30/2002)

 m427; Production of Magnetic Fields (4/30/2002)

 m428; Magnetically Induced EMF (4/30/2002)

 m429; Changing Fields and Electromagnetic Waves (4/30/2002)

 m430; Basic Properties of Waves (4/30/2002)

 m431; Interference (11/5/2002)

 m432; Resolution and Diffraction (5/1/2002)

 m433; Standing Waves (4/30/2002)

 m465; Historical Introduction to Special Relativity (2/1/2000)

 m466; Lorentz Transformations (2/1/2000)

 m467; Minkowski Diagrams, Space-Time Intervals (2/1/2000)

 m468; Relativistic Kinematics and Einsteinian Optics (5/30/2002)

 m469; Four-Tensors and the Lorentz Group (5/8/2002)

 m470; Covariance of Electrodynamics (10/18/2001)

 m471; Relativistic Mechanics (2/1/2000)

 m472; Introduction to General Relativity (2/1/2000)

 m473; Tensor Analysis (2/1/2000)

 m474; Vacuum Field Equations and Schwarzschild's Solution (2/1/2000)

 m475; Classical Tests of General Relativity (2/1/2000)

 m476; Einstein's Field Equations (2/1/2000)

 m477; Weak-Field Approximation and Gravitational Waves (2/1/2000)

 m478; Vector Algebra: a Review (2/1/2000)

 m479; Differential Vector Calculus (10/18/2001)

 m480; Integral Calculus for Vectors (10/18/2001)

 m481; Orthogonal Curvilinear Coordinates (10/22/2002)

 m482; Fourier Analysis - Series: Part I (2/1/2000)

 m483; Fourier Analysis - Series: Part II (2/1/2000)

 m484; Fourier Integrals: Part 1 (2/1/2000)

 m485; Fourier Integrals: Part II (2/1/2000)

 m486; Boundary Conditions: Vibrating Strings, Heat Diffusion (10/18/2001)

 m487; Analytic Functions (2/1/2000)

 m488; Cauchy Integral Theorem, Laurent Series and Residue (10/19/2000)

 m489; Conformal Mapping (11/6/2001)

 m490; Cauchy Residue Theorem and Definite Integrals (2/1/2000)

 m491; Matrices and Transformations (2/1/2000)

 m492; Vector Analysis (2/1/2000)

 m493; Newtonian Mechanics - Single Particle (10/18/2001)

 m494; Newtonian System of Particles (2/1/2000)

 m495; Linear Oscillations (2/1/2000)

 m496; Driven Oscillations (10/22/2002)

 m497; Calculus of Variations (2/1/2000)

 m498; Hamilton's Principle, Lagrange's Equations (2/1/2000)

 m499; Lagrangian Mechanics (2/1/2000)

 m500; Hamiltonian Formulation (2/1/2000)

 m501; Central Force Motion (2/1/2000)

 m502; Rigid Bodies; the Inertia Tensor (2/1/2000)

 m503; Review of Vector Analysis (10/18/2001)

 m504; Review of Electrostatics (1/16/2003)

 m505; Solutions to Laplace's Equation (2/1/2000)

 m506; Dielectrics; Displacement Vector (10/22/2002)

 m507; Dielectrics - Boundary Value Problems (2/1/2000)

 m508; Electrostatic Energy Density (10/7/2002)

 m509; Magnetostatics; Induction, Vector Potential (10/18/2001)

 m510; Magnetic Properties of Matter (2/1/2000)

 m511; Magnetic Materials and Boundary Value Problems (10/22/2002)

 m512; Faraday's Law of Electromagnetic Induction and Magnetic Energy Density (10/18/2001)

 m513; Maxwell's Equations (10/18/2001)

 m514; Electromagnetic Waves (2/1/2000)

 m515; Electromagnetic Radiation (2/1/2000)

 m530; Electric Current Density (10/7/2002)