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The Cambridge Handbook of Physics Formulas by Graham Woan

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The Cambridge Handbook of Physics Formulas written by Graham Woan Department of Physics & Astronomy, University of Glasgow. The Cambridge Handbook of Physics Formulas is a quick-reference aid for students and professionals in the physical sciences and engineering. It contains more than 2 000 of the most useful formulas and equations found in undergraduate physics courses, covering mathematics, dynamics and mechanics, quantum physics, thermodynamics, solid state physics, electromagnetism, optics, and astrophysics. An exhaustive index allows the required formulas to be located swiftly and simply, and the unique tabular format crisply identifies all the variables involved. The Cambridge Handbook of Physics Formulas comprehensively covers the major topics explored in undergraduate physics courses. It is designed to be a compact, portable, reference book suitable for everyday work, problem solving, or exam revision. All students and professionals in physics, applied mathematics, engineering, and other physical sciences will want to have this essential reference book within easy reach. Graham Woan is a senior lecturer in the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the University of Glasgow. Prior to this he taught physics at the University of Cambridge where he also received his degree in Natural Sciences, specialising in physics, and his PhD, in radio astronomy. His research interests range widely with a special focus on low-frequency radio astronomy. His publications span journals as diverse as Astronomy & Astrophysics, Geophysical Research Letters, Advances in Space Science, the Journal of Navigation and Emergency Prehospital Medicine. He was co-developer of the revolutionary CURSOR radio positioning system, which uses existing broadcast transmitters to determine position, and he is the designer of the Glasgow Millennium Sundial.

The Cambridge Handbook of Physics Formulas written by Graham Woan cover the following topics.

  • 1. Units, constants, and conversions
    1.1 Introduction,
    1.2 SI units
    1.3 Physical constants
    1.4 Converting between units
    1.5 Dimensions
    1.6 Miscellaneous

  • 2. Mathematics
    2.1 Notation
    2.2 Vectors and matrices
    2.3 Series, summations, and progressions
    2.4 Complex variables
    2.5 Trigonometric and hyperbolic formulas
    2.6 Mensuration
    2.7 Differentiation
    2.8 Integration
    2.9 Special functions and polynomials
    2.10 Roots of quadratic and cubic equations
    2.11 Fourier series and transforms
    2.12 Laplace transforms
    2.13 Probability and statistics
    2.14 Numerical methods
    3. Dynamics and mechanics
    3.1 Introduction
    3.2 Frames of reference
    3.3 Gravitation
    3.4 Particle motion
    3.5 Rigid body dynamics
    3.6 Oscillating systems
    3.7 Generalised dynamics
    3.8 Elasticity
    3.9 Fluid dynamics

  • 4. Quantum physics
    4.1 Introduction
    4.2 Quantum definitions
    4.3 Wave mechanics
    4.4 Hydrogenic atoms
    4.5 Angular momentum
    4.6 Perturbation theory
    4.7 High energy and nuclear physics

  • 5. Thermodynamics
    5.1 Introduction
    5.2 Classical thermodynamics
    5.3 Gas laws
    5.4 Kinetic theory
    5.5 Statistical thermodynamics
    5.6 Fluctuations and noise
    5.7 Radiation processes

  • 6. Solid state physics
    6.1 Introduction
    6.2 Periodic table
    6.3 Crystalline structure
    6.4 Lattice dynamics
    6.5 Electrons in solids

  • 7. Electromagnetism
    7.1 Introduction
    7.2 Static fields
    7.3 Electromagnetic fields (general)
    7.4 Fields associated with media
    7.5 Force, torque, and energy
    7.6 LCR circuits
    7.7 Transmission lines and waveguides
    7.8 Waves in and out of media
    7.9 Plasma physics

  • 8. Optics
    8.1 Introduction
    8.2 Interference
    8.3 Fraunhofer diffraction
    8.4 Fresnel diffraction
    8.5 Geometrical optics
    8.6 Polarisation
    8.7 Coherence (scalar theory)
    8.8 Line radiation

  • 9. Astrophysics
    9.1 Introduction
    9.2 Solar system data
    9.3 Coordinate transformations (astronomical)
    9.4 Observational astrophysics
    9.5 Stellar evolution
    9.6 Cosmology

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