University Physics Vol.2 – Sears, Zemansky’s – 11th Edition


With its time-tested problems, pioneering conceptual and visual pedagogy, and next-generation media package, the Eleventh Edition of and Freedman’s University is the classic physics with an eye on the future.

Using Young & Freedman’s -based ISEE (Identify, Set up, Execute, Evaluate) problem-solving strategy, readers develop the physical intuition and problem-solving skills required to tackle the book’s extensive high-quality problem sets that have been developed and refined over the past five decades. The completely redesigned, pedagogically consistent artwork and diagrams integrate seamlessly with the to help readers better visualize key concepts. For instructors, students, or anyone interested in physics.

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  • Part I: Electromagnetism Chapter 21: Electric charge and electric field.
    Chapter 22: Gauss's Law.
    Chapter 23: Electrical potential.
    Chapter 24: Capacitance and dielectrics.
    Chapter 25: Current, resistance and electromotive force.
    Chapter 26: Direct current circuits.
    Chapter 27: Magnetic field and magnetic forces.
    Chapter 28: Magnetic Field Sources.
    Chapter 29: Electromagnetic induction.
    Chapter 30: Inductance.
    Chapter 31: Alternating Current.
    Chapter 32: Electromagnetic waves. Part II: Optics.

    Chapter 33: Nature and propagation of light.
    Chapter 34: Geometric optics and optical instruments.
    Chapter 35: Interference.
    Chapter 36: Diffraction.

    Part III: Modern physics.

    Chapter 37: Relativity.


    Appendix A: The international system of units.
    Appendix B: Useful Mathematical Relationships.
    Appendix C: The Greek alphabet.
    Appendix D: Periodic table of elements.
    Appendix E: Unit conversion factors.
    Appendix F: Number Constants.

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