Physics Formulas and Tables

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Physics Formulas and Tables
 
 
An essential reference guide for Physics and Engineering students. You will use it from college to graduate school and beyond.
Table of Contents
Chapters:
I. Laws of Science
II. Classical Mechanics
III. Heat, Gas, and Thermodynamics
IV. Electromagnetism
V. Optics
VI. Atomic Physics
Appendix:
General Index
Weights and Measures
Physical Constants
Variables Commonly Used in Physics
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I. Laws of Science
Fluid mechanics
Conservation laws
Gas laws
Einstein''s laws
Newton''s laws
Electromagnetic laws
Thermodynamic laws
Quantum laws
II. Classical Mechanics
Speed
Velocity
Acceleration
Forces; Newton''s Second Law
Energy
Limits of Validity
Rigid Body , Rigid Body Dynamics
Kinematics:

Fundamental equations
Relative motion
Equation of Motion
Coordinate systems
Rotational Motion
Angular Speed ( Frequency )
Angular Velocity
Angular Acceleration
Kepler''s laws of Planetary Motion

Mass
Force , Centripetal Force
Impulse
Newton''s Laws of Motion
Statically Determinate
Momentum:

Angular Momentum
Torque

Mechanical Work
Power
Energy:

Forms of energy
Potential Energy
Kinetic Energy

Gravitation:

Law of Universal Gravitation
Calculated value of g

III. Heat, Gas, and Thermodynamics
Conservation Law:

Conservation of energy
Conservation of linear momentum
Conservation of angular momentum
Conservation of electric charge

Heat
Temperature
Density
Viscosity
Liquid
Pressure
Gas:

Gas Laws
Ideal Gas Law
Boyle''s Law
Charles''s Law
Gay-Lussac''s law
Avogadro''s Law
Combined Gas Law

Thermodynamics ,Thermodynamic potentials
Thermodynamic Temperature:

Celsius
Fahrenheit

Helmholtz Free Energy
Thermodynamic Processes:

Isobaric Process
Isochoric Process
Isothermal Process
Adiabatic Process

Thermodynamic Cycle: Heat Engine
Laws of Thermodynamics:

Zeroth Law
First Law
Second Law
Third Law
Combined Law

Thermodynamic System
Thermodynamic Equilibrium
IV. Electromagnetism
Electricity · Magnetism
Electrostatics:

Electric charge
Coulomb''s law
Electric field
Gauss''s law
Electric potential
Voltage
Electric dipole moment

Magnetostatics:

Ampère''s law
Magnetic field
Magnetic Moment

Classical Electromagnetism:

Electric current
Electrical resistance
Analysis of Resistive Circuits
Ohm''s Law
Current Density
Electric Power
Electrical Energy
Kirchhoff''s Circuit Laws

Lorentz force law
Electromotive force
Electromagnetic induction: Faraday-Lenz law
Displacement current
Maxwell''s equations
Electromagnetic field
Electromagnetic radiation
Electrical Network:

Norton''s Theorem
Thévenin''s Theorem
Electrical Impedance

Electrical conduction
Capacitance
Inductance
Inductor
RLC Circuit
RL Circuit
LC Circuit
V. Optics
Physical optics:
Aberrations
Coherence
Diffraction
Dispersion
Interference
Fermat''s principle
Optical resolution
Angular resolution
Polarization: Polarization angle
Reflection:

Law of Reflection
Lambert''s cosine law
Total internal reflection

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