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The Feynman Lectures on Physics by hcj


									                               The Feynman: Lectures on Physics

       Volume I

        I.   Atoms in Motion
       II.   Basic Physics
      III.   The Relation of Physics to Other Sciences
      IV.    Conservation of Energy
       V.    Time and Distance
      VI.    Probability
     VII.    The Theory of Gravitation
    VIII.    Motion
      IX.    Newton’s Laws of Dynamics
       X.    Conservation of Momentum
      XI.    Vectors
     XII.    Characteristics of Force
    XIII.    Work and Potential Energy
    XIV.     Work and Potential Energy (Conclusion)
     XV.     The Special Theory of Relativity
    XVI.     Relativistic Energy and Momentum
   XVII.     Space-Time
   XVIII.    Rotation in Two Dimensions
    XIX.     Center of Mass; Moment of Inertia
     XX.     Rotation in Space
    XXI.     The Harmonic Oscillator
   XXII.     Algebra
   XXIII.    Resonance
  XXIV.      Transients
   XXV.      Linear Systems and Review
  XXVI.      Optics: The Principle of Least Time
  XXVII.     Geometrical Optics
 XXVIII.     Electromagnetic Radiation
  XXIX.      Interference
   XXX.      Diffraction
  XXXI.      The Origin of the Refractive Index
  XXXII.     Radiation Damping. Light Scattering
 XXXIII.     Polarization
 XXXIV.      Relativistic Effects in Radiation
 XXXV.       Color Vision
 XXXVI.      Mechanisms of Seeing
XXXVII.      Quantum Behavior
XXXVIII.     The Relation of Wave and Particle Viewpoints
 XXXIX.      The Kinetic Theory of Gases
     XL.     The Principles of Statistical Mechanics
     XLI.    The Brownian Movement
    XLII.    Applications of Kinetic Theory
   XLIII.    Diffusion
   XLIV.     The Laws of Thermodynamics
    XLV.     Illustrations of Thermodynamics
   XLVI.     Ratchet and Pawl
  XLVII.     Sound. The Wave Equation
  XLVIII.    Beats
   XLIX.     Modes
       L.    Harmonics
      LI.    Waves
     LII.    Symmetry in Physical Laws

            Volume II

        I.   Electromagnetism
       II.   Differential Calculus of Vector Fields
      III.   Vector Integral Calculus
     IV.     Electrostatics
       V.    Application of Gauss’ Law
     VI.     The Electric Field in Various Circumstances
     VII.    The Electric Field in Various Circumstances (Continued)
    VIII.    Electrostatic Energy
     IX.     Electricity in the Atmosphere
       X.    Dielectrics
     XI.     Inside Dielectrics
     XII.    Electrostatic Analogs
    XIII.    Magnetostatics
    XIV.     The Magnetic Field in Various Situations
    XV.      The Vector Potential
    XVI.     Induced Currents
   XVII.     The Laws of Induction
   XVIII.    The Maxwell Equations
    XIX.     The Principle of Least Action
    XX.      Solutions of Maxwell’s Equation in Free Space
    XXI.     Solutions of Maxwell’s Equations With Currents and Charges
   XXII.     AC Circuits
   XXIII.    Cavity Resonators
  XXIV.      Waveguides
   XXV.      Electrodynamics in Relativistic Notation
  XXVI.      Lorentz Transformations of the Fields
  XXVII.     Field Energy and Field Momentum
 XXVIII.     Electromagnetic Mass
  XXIX.      The Motion of Charges in Electric and Magnetic Fields
   XXX.      The Internal Geometry of Crystals
  XXXI.      Tensors
  XXXII.     Refractive Index of Dense Materials
 XXXIII.     Reflection from Surfaces
 XXXIV.      The Magnetism of Matter
 XXXV.       Paramagnetism and Magnetic Resonance
 XXXVI.      Ferromagnetism
XXXVII.      Magnetic Materials
XXXVIII.     Elasticity
 XXXIX.      Elastic Materials
  XL. The Flow of Dry Water
 XLI. The Flow of Wet Water
 XLII. Curved Space

         Volume III

     I.    Quantum Behavior
    II.    The Relation of Wave and Particle Viewpoints
   III.    Probability Amplitudes
  IV.      Identical Particles
    V.     Spin One
  VI.      Spin One-Half
  VII.     The Dependence of Amplitudes on Time
 VIII.     The Hamiltonian Matrix
  IX.      The Ammonia Maser
    X.     Other Two-State Systems
  XI.      More Two-State Systems
  XII.     The Hyperfine Splitting in Hydrogen
 XIII.     Propagation in a Crystal Lattice
 XIV.      Semiconductors
 XV.       The Independent Particle Approximation
 XVI.      The Dependence of Amplitudes on Position
XVII.      Symmetry and Conservation Laws
XVIII.     Angular Momentum
 XIX.      The Hydrogen Atom and The Periodic Table
 XX.       Operators
 XXI.      The Schrödinger Equation in a Classical Context: A Seminar on Superconductivity

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