The textbook is currently in its eleventh edition published The current version is a revised version of the original textbook Physics for Students of Science and Engineering by Halliday and Resnick, which was published in two parts Part I containing Chapters and covering mechanics and thermodynamics; Part II containing Chapters and covering electromagnetism, optics, and introducing quantum physics. A revision of the first edition of Part I changed the title of the textbook to Physics. In , the American Physical Society named the work the most outstanding introductory physics text of the 20th century. The first edition of the book to bear the title Fundamentals of Physics , first published in , was revised from the original text by Farrell Edwards and John J.
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Introductionary course in the quantum mechanics and the microscopic structure of matter. Young and R. Freedman, "Sears and Zemansky's university physics; with modern physics", 13th edition or earlier , Addison-Wesley, Halliday, R.
Resnick and J. Walker, "Fundamentals of physics", part 5, John Wiley French i E. Wehr and J. Richards Jr. Eisberg "Fundamentals of modern physics", John Wiley Knowledge of basic experimental facts leading to formulation of quantum mechanics, ability to use fundamental quantum mechanical tools wave function, operators, Schroedinger equation , learning of basic features of the quantum world molecules, atoms, elementary particles and modern concepts of structure of matter.
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Print syllabus. Course descriptions are protected by copyright. Copyright by University of Warsaw. University of Warsaw - Central Authentication System. You are not logged in log in. Faculty of Physics. Quantum nature of light. Quantum nature of particles. Quantum description of atom. Atomic and molecular spectra. Applications of quantum mechanics 7. The atomic nucleus. Elementary particles, evolution of the Universe.
Lecture notes. Haken and H. Wolf, "Atoms and Quanta", Springer Wichmann, "Quantum physics", McGraw-Hill French, "Principles of modern physics", John Wiley Assessment methods and assessment criteria:. Homework problems not compulsory 2. Classes attendance compulsory 3. This course is not currently offered.
Podstawy Fizyki Tom 5 - D. Halliday, R. Resnick, J. Walker.pdf
Following topics will be given a special attention: 1. Electrostatics, Coulomb law, Gauss law, a work in the field of forces, a potential, a conductor capacitance. Electric field in the presence of conductors. Work in a field of forces, potential, capacitance of a conductor 4. Electric field in the presence of dielectrics. A dielectric in a parallel capacitor, vectors: E, P, D, cavities, capacitance of a capacitor with a dielectric. Constant current, equation of continuity, Ohm's law, Joule' heat, 6.
Podstawy Fizyki Tom 5 - D. Halliday, R. Resnick, J. Walker