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Chapter 1: The Failures of Classical Physics 1.1: Resee of Classical Physics (1) 1.2: The Faientice of Classical Concepts of Space and Time 1.3: The Faientice of the Classical Theory of Pshort article Statistics 1.4: Theory, Experiment, Law 1: Problems (5) Chapter 2: The Special Theory of Relativity 2.1: Classical Relativity 2.2: The Michelson-Morley Experiment (1) 2.3: Einstein"s Postulates 2.4: Consequences of Einstein"s Postulates (10) 2.5: The Lorentz Transformation (3) 2.6: The Twin Paradox (1) 2.7: Relativistic Dynamics (7) 2.8: Conservation Laws in Relativistic Decays and also Collisions (1) 2.9: Experimental Tests of Special Relativity (1) 2: Problems (6) Chapter 3: The Particlefavor Properties of Electromagnetic Radiation 3.1: Review of Electromagnetic Waves (2) 3.2: The Photoelectric Effect (8) 3.3: Thermal Radiation (5) 3.4: The Compton Effect (5) 3.5: Other Photon Processes (2) 3.6: What is a Photon? 3: Problems (4) 3: Extra Problems (1) Chapter 4: The Wavefavor Properties of Pshort articles 4.1: De Broglie"s Hypothesis (3) 4.2: Experipsychological Evidence for De Broglie Waves (5) 4.3: Apprehension Relationships for Classical Waves (3) 4.4: Heisenberg Apprehension Relationships (5) 4.5: Wave Packets (3) 4.6: The Motion of a Wave Packet (1) 4.7: Probcapability and Randomness 4: Problems (6) Chapter 5: The Schrodinger Equation 5.1: Behavior of a Wave at a Boundary (1) 5.2: Confining a Particle (1) 5.3: The Schrodinger Equation 5.4: Applications of the Schrodinger Equation (9) 5.5: The Simple Harmonic Oscillator (5) 5.6: Steps and also Barriers (3) 5: Problems (8) 5: Extra Problems (1) Chapter 6: The Rutherford-Bohr Model of the Atom 6.1: Basic Properties of Atoms (1) 6.2: Scattering Experiments and also the Thomchild Model (3) 6.3: The Rutherford Nuclear Atom (10) 6.4: Line Spectra 6.5: The Bohr Model (11) 6.6: The Franck-Hertz Experiment (1) 6.7: The Correspondence Principle (2) 6.8: Deficiencies of the Bohr Model (1) 6: Problems (5) 6: Extra Problems (1) Chapter 7: The Hydrogen Atom in Wave Mechanics 7.1: A One-Dimensional Atom (3) 7.2: Angular Momentum in the Hydrogen Atom (2) 7.3: The Hydrogen Atom Wave Functions (3) 7.4: Radial Probability Densities (4) 7.5: Angular Probcapability Densities 7.6: Intrinsic Spin (3) 7.7: Energy Levels and Spectroscopic Notation (2) 7.8: The Zeeguy Effect (1) 7.9: Fine Structure (2) 7: Problems (5) Chapter 8: Many-Electron Atoms 8.1: The Pauli Exclusion Principle (1) 8.2: Electronic States in Many-Electron Atoms (2) 8.3: Outer Electrons: Screening and Optical Transitions (2) 8.4: Properties of the Elements 8.5: Inner Electrons: Absorption Edges and X Rays (2) 8.6: Addition of Angular Momenta (4) 8.7: Lasers (1) 8: Problems (5) Chapter 9: Molecular Structure 9.1: The Hydrogen Molecule (1) 9.2: Covalent Bonding in Molecules (1) 9.3: Ionic Bonding (5) 9.4: Molecular Vibrations (1) 9.5: Molecular Rotations (3) 9.6: Molecular Spectra (6) 9: Problems (8) Chapter 10: Statistical Physics 10.1: Statistical Analysis 10.2: Classical and also Quantum Statistics (1) 10.3: The Density of States 10.4: The Maxwell-Boltzmann Distribution (1) 10.5: Quantum Statistics 10.6: Applications of Bose-Einstein Statistics (1) 10.7: Applications of Fermi-Dirac Statistics (4) 10: Problems (5) Chapter 11: Solid-State Physics 11.1: Crystal Structures (10) 11.2: The Heat Capacity of Solids 11.3: Electrons in Metals (3) 11.4: Band Theory of Solids 11.5: Superconductivity 11.6: Intrinsic and also Impurity Semiconductors 11.7: Semiconductor Devices 11.8: Magnetic Materials 11: Problems (2) Chapter 12: Nuclear Structure and Radiotask 12.1: Nuclear Constituents (2) 12.2: Nuclear Sizes and Shapes (2) 12.3: Nuclear Masses and also Binding Energies (5) 12.4: The Nuclear Force (2) 12.5: Quantum States in Nuclei 12.6: Radioactive Decay (6) 12.7: Alpha Decay (2) 12.8: Beta Decay (3) 12.9: Gamma Decay and also Nuclear Excited States 12.10: Natural Radiotask (1) 12: Problems (13) Chapter 13: Nuclear Reactions and also Applications 13.1: Types of Nuclear Reactions (4) 13.2: Radioisotope Production in Nuclear Reactions (3) 13.3: Low-Energy Reactivity Kinematics (5) 13.4: Fission (3) 13.5: Fusion (4) 13.6: Nucleosynthesis (2) 13.7: Applications of Nuclear Physics (2) 13: Problems (7) Chapter 14: Elementary Pposts 14.1: The Four Basic Forces (2) 14.2: Classifying Pwrite-ups (1) 14.3: Conservation Laws (4) 14.4: Ppost Interactions and also Decays (2) 14.5: Energy and also Momentum in Pshort article Decays (6) 14.6: Energy and Momentum in Pwrite-up Reactions (2) 14.7: The Quark Structure of Mesons and Baryons (3) 14.8: The Standard Model 14: Problems (3) Chapter 15: Cosmology: The Origin and also Fate of the Universe 15.1: The Expansion of the Universe (1) 15.2: The Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation 15.3: Dark Matter 15.4: The General Theory of Relativity (3) 15.5: Tests of General Relativity 15.6: Stellar Evolution and also Black Holes 15.7: Cosmology and General Relativity 15.8: The Big Bang Cosmology (3) 15.9: The Formation of Nuclei and also Atoms (1) 15.10: Experipsychological Cosmology 15: Problems (4)