Principles of Physics: A Calculus Approach, 2/e (Asia Edition) V1+V2* (套書封膜不分售)*

Raymond A. Serway , John W. Jewett , Shang-Fang Tsai

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Principles of Physics: A Calculus Approach is designed for a one-year introductory calculus-based physics course for engineering and science students as well as premed students. This book has two main objectives: to provide students with a clear and logical presentation of the basic concepts and principles of physics; and to strengthen their understanding of these concepts and principles through a board range of interesting real-world applications.


● Style The book is written in a clear, logical, and engaging style.
● Pitfall Prevention Over 130 Pitfall Preventions are provided to help students avoid making common mistakes and misunderstandings.
● Problem-Solving Strategies Useful strategies help students identify necessary steps for solving problems.
● Worked Examples These examples are set off in boxes, and the answers are highlighted with a tan screen.
● Problems Over 1,800 end-of-chapter problems are provided with varied levels of difficulty.
● Review Problems These problems can be used by students in preparing for tests and by instructors for homework assignments and classroom discussions.


1.Introduction and Vectors
2.Motion in One Dimension
3.Motion in Two Dimensions
4.The Laws of Motion
5.More Applications of Newton's Laws
6.Energy of a System
7.Conservation of Energy
8.Momentum and Collisions
10.Rotational Motion
11.Gravity, Planetary Orbits, and the Hydrogen Atom
12.Oscillatory Motion
13.Mechanical Waves
14.Superposition and Standing Waves. 
15.Fluid Mechanics
16.Temperature and the Kinetic Theory of Gases
17.Energy in Thermal Processes - The First Law of Thermodynamics
18.Heat Engines, Entropy, and the Second Law of Thermodynamics
19.Electric Forces and Electric Fields
20.Electric Potential and Capacitance
21.Current and Direct Current Circuits
22.Magnetic Forces and Magnetic Fields
23.Faraday's Law and Inductance
24.Electromagnetic Waves
25.Reflection and Refraction of Light
26.Image Formation by Mirrors and Lenses
27.Wave Optics
28.Quantum Physics
29.Atomic Physics
30.Nuclear Physics
31.Particle Physics