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Numerical Problems in Physics: Volume 2:Mechanics, Thermal Physics, Circuit Fundamentals, Electronics and Spectroscopy
Authors:   Shashi Kant Pandey, Devraj Singh

ISBN: 978-81-8487-450-1 
Publication Year:   2016
Pages:   556
Binding:   Paper Back


About the book

NUMERICAL PROBLEMS IN PHYSICS, Volume II is designed to supply to the requirement of graduate/post graduate/competitive students of Physics and Engineering. The book presents a collection of summary, solved examples, multiple choice questions and unsolved numerical problems on number of topics of Mechanics, Thermal Physics, Circuit Fundamentals, Basic Electronics, Digital Electronics and Spectroscopy. The book is also be helpful to those students, who are appearing in engineering, medical, civil services, GATE, NET and other examinations on the subject.


Key Features

  • Summary for rapid review of the topics. Solved Numerical Problems to help students understand the concepts with simplicity Multiple Choice Questions to help students check their understanding of the subject matter Number of unsolved Numerical Problems to build the problem solving talents.



Table of content

Preface / Mechanics: Laws of Motion and Inertial Frames / Laws of Conservation / Dynamics of Rigid Bodies / Gravitation / Motion Under Central Forces / Elasticity / Surface Tension / Viscosity / Thermal Physics: Kinetic Theory of Gases: Ideal Gas / Real Gas / The Laws of Thermodynamics-I / The Laws of Thermodynamics-II / Thermodynamics Relations and their Applications / Liquefaction of Gases / Mean Free Path and Transport Phenomena / Conduction of Heat / Radiation / Circuit Fundamentals: Altering Currents / Varying Currents / Bridge Measurement / Electrical Network / Electronics: Special Diodes / Diode Rectifiers / Bipolar Junction Transistors / Field Effect Transistors / Transistor Biasing / Amplifiers / Multistage Transistor Amplifiers / Oscillators / Modulation and Demodulation / Measuring Instruments / Digital Electronics / Spectroscopy: Atomic Physics / Molecular Physics / Appendix / Bibliography / Index.




Audience
Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Professionals and Researchers