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Page 3Solar System DataBody Mass (kg) Median Radius Period (s) Distance from (m) the Sun (m)Mercury 3.18 X 1023 2.43 X 106 7.60 X 106 5.79 X 10l()Venus 4.88 X 1024 6.06 X 106 1.94 X 107 1.08 X 1011Planet 5.98 X 1024 6.37 X 106 3.156 X 107 1.496 X 1011Mars 6.42 X 1023 3.37 X 106 5.94 X 107 2.28 X 101'Jupiter 1.90 X 1027 6.99 X 107 3.74 X 108 7.78 X 10"Sarevolve 5.68 X 1026 5.85 X 107 9.35 X 108 1.43 X 1012Uranus 8.68 X 1025 2.33 X 107 2.64 X 109 2.87 X 1012Neptune 1.03 X 1026 2.21 X 107 5.22 X 109 4.50 X 1012Pluto ~1.4 X 1022 * 1.5 X 106 7.82 X 109 5.91 X 1012Moon 7.36 X 1022 1.74 X 106 — —Sun 1.991 X 1030 6.96 X 108 — —Physical Data Often Used8Mean Earth-Moon distance 3.84 X 108 mAverage Earth-Sun distance 1.496 X 10" mAverage radius of the Earth 6.37 X 106 mDensity of air (0°C and also 1 atm) 1.29 kg/m3Density of water (20°C and also 1 atm) 1.00 X 103 kg/m3Free-autumn acceleration 9.80 m/s2Mass of the Earth 5.98 X 1024 kgMass of the Moon 7.36 X 1022 kgMass of the Sun 1.99 X 103°kgStandard atmospheric pressure 1.013 X 105 Paa These are the worths of the constants as used in the text.Some Prefixes for Powers of TenPower Prefix Abbreviation Power Presettle Abbreviation10“24 yoctoy 10' deka da10“21 zepto z 102 hecto h10~18 atto a 103 kilo k10"15 femto f 106 mega M10“ '12 pico P 109 g'ga G10“9 nano n 1012 tera T10“6 micro μ 1015 peta P10“3 milli m 1018 exa E10“2 centi c 1021 zetta Z10“ ‘ deci d 1024 yotta Y

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For Scientists and also Engineerswith Modem PhysicsFifth Edition.Robert J. BeichnerNorth Carolina State UniversityJohn W. Jew ett! Jr., Contributing A uthorCalifornia State Polytechnic University— PomonaL'yLX ’S A U N D E R S C O L L E G E P U B L I S H I N Gm :§A Division o f Hareourt College Publishers!■?:·FORT WORTH PHILADELPHIA SAN DIEGO NEW YORK ORLANDO AUSTIN SAN ANTONIO TORONTO MONTREAL LONDON SYDNEY TOKYOA

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C o n te n ts O verview25 Electric Potential 768p a r t I M echanics 126 Capacitance and also Dielectrics 8031 Physics and also Measurement 2 27 Current and also Resistance 8402 Motion in One Dimension 23 28 Direct Current Circuits 8683 Vectors 58 29 Magnetic Fields 9044 Motion in Two Dimensions 76 30 Sources of the Magnetic Field 9375 The Laws of Motion 110 31 Faraday’s Law 9796 Circular Motion and also Other Applications of 32 Inductance 1014Newton’s Laws 15133 Aternating Current Circuits 10437 Work and Kinetic Energy 18234 Electromagnetic Waves 10758 Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy 2149 Liclose to Momentum and Collisions 251p a r t V Light a n d Optics 110510 Rotation of a Rigid Object About a Fixed Axis 29211 Rolling Motion and Angular Momentum 327 35 The Nature of Light and the Laws of Geometric 12 Static Equilibrium and Elasticity 361 Optics 110613 Oscillatory Motion 389 36 Geometric Optics 113914 The Law of Gravity 423 37 Interference of Light Waves 118515 Fluid Mechanics 458 38 Diffractivity A id Polarization 1211p a r t II M echanica l W a ve s 4 8 9 p a r t VI Modern Physics 124516 Wave Motion 490 39 Relativity 124617 SoundWaves 519 40 Introduction to Quantum Physics 128918 Superplace and also Standing Waves 545 41 Quantum Mechanics 132242 Atomic Physics 1355rt III Therm odynam ics 579 43 Molecules and Solids 139544 Nuclear Structure 1436iperature 580 45 Nuclear Fission and also Fusion 1475md the First Law of 46 Pwrite-up Physics and also Cosmology 1511odynamics 602tic Theory of Gases 640Appendices A. 1‘22 ines, Entropy, and also the Second Law ofnamics 669 Answers to Odd-Numbered Problems A.41 Index /. 1par c t r ic i ty an dM ag i 7 0 723 Electric ' Id ~()J24 Gauss's Law