2.1: Position vs. Time
2.3: Velocity and Slope
2.10: Motion graphs for an Accelerating Car
2.11: Acceleration and Slope
2.12: Match the Motion
3.2: Trigonometry and Cartesian Coordinates
3.3: Cartesian and Polar Coordinates
3.6: Vector Addition and Subtraction
3.14: Cartesian Coordinates in Three Dimensions
4.5: Vector Analysis of Kinematic Equations
4.7: Velocity Components in Projectile Motion
4.10: Position and Time in Projectile Motion
4.16: Tangential and Radial Acceleration
5.12: Contact Forces
5.14: The Atwood Machine
5.16: Static and Kinetic Frictional Forces
5.18: Acceleration Up and Down an Incline with Friction
6.2: Tangential Velocity
6.7: Tangential and Radial Forces
6.11: The Coriolis Force
6.13: Terminal Speed
7.9: Hooke's Law and Restoring Forces
7.15: Work Done by an External Agent on the System of a Book
7.16: Conservation of Mechanical Energy in a Block-Spring System
7.18: Work When Kinetic Friction Is Present
7.20: An Oscillating Block-Spring System
7.20b: Conservation of Mechanical Energy for a Pendulum
8.3: Speed of Projectiles Launched at Different Angles
8.4: Ball Dropped from a Height
8.6: Spring-Loaded Pop Gun
8.8: Block Pulled on a Rough Surface
9.5: Direct Collision Between Two Objects
9.6: Perfectly Inelastic Collisions
9.7: Perfectly Elastic Collisions
9.11: Collisions in Two Dimensions
9.13: The Center of Mass
9.14: Calculating the Center of Mass
10.4: Rotation of a Rigid Object About a Fixed Axis
10.13: Clockwise and Counter-Clockwise Torques
10.26: Conservation of Mechanical Energy for Rolling Objects
11.1: The Direction of the Torque Vector
11.3: Angular Momentum
11.4: Vector Direction of Angular Momentum
12.12: Young's Modulus
12.14: Shear Modulus
12.15: Bulk Modulus
13.2: Gravitational Force
13.4: Properties of an Ellipse
13.6A: Elliptical Orbits
13.6B: Kepler's Second Law
14.9: Buoyant Force for Different Object Densities
14.10: Buoyant Force for Different Object and Fluid Densities
15.1: Motion of a Block-Spring System
15.2: Position vs. Time for a Block-Spring System
15.6: Initial Displacement with Zero Initial Velocity
15.8: Initial Velocity with Zero Initial Displacement
15.9: Energy of the Simple Harmonic Oscillator
15.10: Simple Harmonic Motion of a Pendulum and Block-Spring System
15.13: Comparing Simple Harmonic Motion of a Pendulum and Block-Spring System
15.16: The Pendulum
15.21: A Damped Oscillator
16.4: Propagation of a Disturbance
16.7: Sinusoidal Waves
16.8: Wavelength and Period of a Wave
16.10: A Sinusoidal Wave on a String
16.13: A Pulse on a Rope with One Fixed End
16.14: A Pulse on a Rope with Free-End Support
16.15/16.16: A Pulse Through Two Ropes of Different Properties
17.2: Longitudinal Pressure Waves
17.8: The Doppler Effect
17.9: The Doppler Effect for Two Stationary Observers
18.1/18.2: Superposition of Traveling Waves
18.3: Superposition of Sinusoidal Waves
18.8: Standing Wave Patterns
18.10: Standing Waves in a String Fixed at Both Ends
18.17: Beats
18.20: Fourier Synthesis of a Square Wave
19.8: Thermal Expansion of a Metal Washer
19.12: Characteristics of an Ideal Gas
20.4: Work Done on a Gas
20.5: Work Done on a Gas for Different PV Processes
20.7: Applications of the First Law of Thermodynamics
21.2: Elastic Collisions of Gas Molecules
21.4: Energy Transfer Processes of an Ideal Gas
21.10: The Maxwell-Boltzmann Distribution for Different Velocities
21.11: The Maxwell-Boltzmann Speed Distribution
22.2: A Heat Engine
22.4: A Heat Pump
22.9/22.10: The Carnot Cycle
22.11/22.12: The Four-Stroke Cycle of a Conventional Gasoline Engine
22.15: Entropy
23.6: Coulomb's Law
23.11: The Electric Field
23.22: Electric Field Lines
23.24: Motion of Charged Particles in an Electric Field
24.4: Electric Flux
24.9: Gauss's Law
24.17: A Sphere Inside a Spherical Shell
25.2: Electric Potential and Gravitational Potential
25.9: Electric Potential and Potential Energy
25.22: The Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment
26.7: Parallel Combination of Capacitors
26.8: Series Combination of Capacitors
26.10: Parallel-Plate Capacitors
27.3: Motion of an Electron
27.11: Electrical Power
28.1: Electromotive Force
28.3: Resistors in Series
28.5: Resistors in Parallel
28.16: Charging a Capacitor
28.20: The Ammeter
28.22: The Voltmeter
29.1: Magnetic Fields
29.7: Motion of a Charged Particle in a Uniform Magnetic Field
29.8: A Charged Particle with a Helical Path
29.12: The Velocity Selector
29.13: The Mass Spectrometer
29.21: Torque on a Current Loop
30.8: Magnetic Force Between Two Parallel Conductors
30.10: Ampere's Law
30.20: Magnetic Flux
31.1: Induced Current
31.2: Faraday's Experiment
31.8: Motional emf
31.17: An AC Generator
31.19: A DC Generator
31.22: Eddy Currents
32.2: An RL Circuit
32.11: Oscillations in an LC Circuit
32.15: The RLC Circuit
33.2: Resistors in an AC Circuit
33.6: Inductors in an AC Circuit
33.9: Capacitors in an AC Circuit
33.13: Resistors in an AC Circuit
33.17: Resonance in a Series RLC Circuit
33.22: An RC High-Pass Filter
33.23: An RC Low-Pass Filter
34.4: Plane Electromagnetic Waves
35.4: The Ray Approximation
35.6: Reflection
35.10: Refraction
35.11: Reflection Through Three Media
35.23: A Raindrop
35.25: Total Internal Reflection
35.28: A Single-mode, Stepped-index Optical Fiber
36.2: Images Formed by Flat Mirrors
36.13: Images Formed by Spherical Mirrors
36.18: Images Formed by a Flat Refracting Surface
36.26: Thin Lenses
36.41: The Compound Microscope
36.42: The Refracting Telescope
37.2: Young's Double-Slit Experiment
37.14: The Michelson Interferometer
38.4: Fraunhofer Diffraction Patterns
38.7: Intensity of Two-Slit Diffraction Patterns
38.13: The Diffraction Grating
38.15: The Diffraction Grating Spectrometer
38.26: Polarization of Light Waves
39.4: The Michelson-Morley Experiment
39.6: Time Dilation
39.10: Length Contraction
40.3: Blackbody Radiation
40.7: Planck's Model
40.9: The Photoelectric Effect
40.19: A Wave Packet
40.20: A Wave and Envelope
40.22: The Double-Slit Experiment Revisited
41.4: Particle in a Box
41.5: Particle in a Box -- Energy Levels
41.7: Particle in a Well of Finite Height
41.11: A Resonant Tunneling Device
42.7: Bohr's Model of the Hydrogen Atom
42.12: Wave Functions for Hydrogen
42.25-26: Spontaneous and Stimulated Transitions
43.3: Covalent Bonding
43.5: Rotational Motion of Molecules
43.6-7: Vibrational Motion of Molecules
43.8: Molecular Spectra
43.15: The Fermi-Dirac Distribution Function
44.1: Size and Structure of Nuclei
44.9: Radioactive Decay
44.10: Decay Processes
44.11: Alpha Decay of Radium-226
44.14-15: Beta Decay
45.3: A Nuclear Chain Reaction
45.12: Nuclear Fusion
46.11: Quarks