Physics 2 HSC Course 3E eBookPLUS (Online Purchase)

Physics 2 HSC Course 3E eBookPLUS (Online Purchase)
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ISBN13 9781742164052
Pub date September 2009
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Chapter 1: Earth's Gravitational Field
Chapter 2: Launching Into Space
Chapter 3: Orbiting and Re-Entry
Chapter 4: Gravity in the Solar System
Chapter 5: Space and Time
Chapter 6: The Motor Effect and Dc Electric Motors
Chapter 7: Generating Electricity
Chapter 8: Generators and Power
Chapter 9: Ac Electric Motors
Chapter 10: Cathode Rays and the Development of Television
Chapter 11: The Photoelectric Effect and Black Body Radiation
Chapter 12: The Development and Application of Transistors
Chapter 13: Superconductivity
Chapter 14: Looking and Seeing
Chapter 15: Astronomical Measurement
Chapter 16: Binaries and Variables
Chapter 17: Star Lives
Chapter 18: The Use of Ultrasound in Medicine
Chapter 19: Electromagnetic Radiation as a Diagnostic Tool
Chapter 20: Radioactivity as a Diagnostic Tool
Chapter 21: Magnetic Resonance Imaging as a Diagnostic Tool
Chapter 22: The Atomic Models of Rutherford and Bohr
Chapter 23: Development of Quantum Mechanics
Chapter 24: Probing the Nucleus
Chapter 25: Nuclear Fission and other uses of Nuclear Physics
Chapter 26: Quarks and the Standard Model of Particle