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This book has been written to meet the examination need of engineering students enrolling in the first year and is in This second volume of an adaptation of the Resnick, Halliday and Walker’s “Fundamental of Physics”(9th edition) and is a must-have resource for JEE ( main & advanced) for JEE aspirants. The book has been designed to help the students overcome the hurdles while preparing for JEE in terms of concepts and problem solving. The book offers a unique combination of authoritative content and stimulating problems. Original book is presented in two volumes in keeping with recommended JEE syllabus. This book includes additional topics and sample problems for complete coverage of JEE syllabus. This book includes substantial reasoning type, multiple choice questions, and unsolved numerical problems at the end of each chapter with answer key. The previous 7 year solved JEE questions are included as appendix in the book. Special Features Modifications carried out in this adapted version: · Reorganization of chapters to make the flow consistent with JEE syllabus pattern. · Inclusion of additional sample problems to cover all requirements of the examination. · Opening teasers giving puzzling situations open each chapter with explanation given within the text · Checkpoints are stopping points to know if the concepts explained are clear · Magnifying glass to mark key sentences for quick visual identification · Well-labeled figures throughout the text to help visualizing concepts · Problem solving tactics with instructions to guide the students on how to attempt problems and avoid common errors · Sample problems solved with unique problem-solving technique, 4 C's (Conceptualize, Classify, Compute, Conclude). Table of Content Chapter 22: Electric Charge and Electric Field 22-1 What is Physics? 22-2 Electric Charge 22-3 Coulomb’s Law 22-4 Charge Is Quantized 22-5 Charge Is Conserved 22-6 The Electric Field 22-7 Electric Field Lines 22-8 The Electric Field Due to a Point Charge 22-9 The Electric Field Due to Continuous Charge Distribution 22-10 The Electric Field Due to a Charged Disk 22-11 A Point Charge in an Electric Field 22-12 A Dipole in an Electric Field Chapter 23: Gauss' law 23-1 What Is Physics? 23-2 Flux 23-3 Electric Flux 23-4 Statement of Gauss’ Law 23-5 Gauss’ Law and Coulomb’s Law 23-6 Applying Gauss’ Law: Spherical Symmetry 23-7 Applying Gauss’ Law: Cylindrical Symmetry 23-8 Applying Gauss’ Law: Planar Symmetry Chapter 24: Electric Potential 24-1 What Is Physics? 24-2 Electric Potential Energy 24-3 Electric Potential 24-4 Equipotential Surfaces 24-5 Calculating the Potential from the Field 24-6 Potential Due to a Point Charge 24-7 Potential Due to a Group of Point Charges 24-8 Potential Due to a Continuous Charge Distribution 24-9 Calculating the Field from the Potential 24-10 Potential Due to an Electric Dipole Chapter 25: Conductors 25-1 What Is Physics? 25-2 Conductors and Insulators 25-3 Electric Field Inside a Conductor 25-4 A Charged Isolated Conductor 25-5 The Net Electric Field Near the Surface of a Conductor 25-6 Electrostatic Shielding 25-7 Potential of a Charged Isolated Conductor 25-8 Earthing 25-9 Electrostatic Self-Energy Chapter 26: Capacitance 26-1 What Is Physics? 26-2 Capacitance 26-3 Calculating the Capacitance 26-4 Combination of Capacitors 26-5 Energy Stored in an Electric Field 26-6 Capacitor with a Dielectric 26-7 Dielectrics: An Atomic View 26-8 Dielectrics and Gauss’ Law Chapter 27: Current and Resistance 27-1 What Is Physics? 27-2 Electric Current 27-3 Current Density 27-4 Resistance and Resistivity 27-5 Ohm’s Law 27-6 AMicroscopic View of Ohm’s Law 27-7 Power in Electric Circuits 27-8 Superconductors Chapter 28: Circuits 28-1 What Is Physics? 28-2 Work, Energy, and Emf 28-3 Calculating the Current in a Single-Loop Circuit 28-4 Multiloop Circuits 28-5 Electricity-Related Instruments 28-6 RC Circuits Chapter 29: Magnetic Force 29-1 What Is Physics? 29-2 What Produces a Magnetic Field? 29-3 The Definition of 29-4 A Circulating Charged Particle 29-5 Cyclotrons 29-6 Crossed Fields: Discovery of the Electron 29-7 The Hall Effect and the Force on a Current-Carrying Wire 29-8 Torque on a Current Loop 29-9 The Magnetic Dipole Moment Chapter 30: Magnetic Fields Due to Currents 30-1 What Is Physics? 30-2 Calculating the Magnetic Field Due to a Current 30-3 Magnetic Field of Moving Charged Particles 30-4 Force Between Two Parallel Currents 30-5 Ampere’s Law 30-6 Solenoids and Toroids Chapter 31: Electromagnetic Induction 31-1 What Is Physics? 31-2 Gauss’ Law for Magnetic Fields 31-3 Two Experiments 31-4 Faraday’s Law of Induction 31-5 Lenz’s Law 31-6 Motional Emf 31-7 Induction and Energy Transfers 31-8 Induced Electric Fields 31-9 Inductors and Inductance 31-10 Self-Induction 31-11 RL Circuits 31-12 Energy Stored in a Magnetic Field 31-13 Mutual Induction Chapter 32: Electromagnetic Oscillations and Alternating Current 32-1 What Is Physics? 32-2 LC Oscillations, Qualitatively 32-3 The Electrical—Mechanical Analogy 32-4 LC Oscillations, Quantitatively 32-5 Alternating Current 32-6 Forced Oscillations 32-7 Three Simple Circuits 32-8 The Series RLC Circuit 32-9 Power in Alternating-Current Circuits 32-10 Transformers Chapter 33: Electromagnetic Waves 33-1 What Is Physics 33-2 Maxwell’s Rainbow 33-3 The Traveling Electromagnetic Wave, Qualitatively 33-4 The Traveling Electromagnetic Wave, Quantitatively 33-5 Energy Transport and the Poynting Vector 33-6 Radiation Pressure 33-7 Polarization 33-8 Reflection and Refraction 33-9 Polarization by Reflection Chapter 34: Geometrical Optics: Reflection 34-1What Is Physics? 34-2 Principle of Rectilinear Propagation of Light 34-3 Laws of Reflection 34-4 Formation of Image by a Mirror 34-5 Formation of Image by a Spherical Mirror Chapter 35: Geometrical Optics: Refraction 35-1 What is Physics? 35-2 Snell’s Laws of Refraction 35-3 Apparent Depth and Normal Shift 35-4 Total Internal Reflection 35-5 Refraction at Spherical Surfaces 35-6 Thin Spherical Lens 35-7 Lens Mirror Combination 35-8 Prism 35-9 Chromatic Dispersion Chapter 36: Interference and Diffraction 36-1 What is Physics? 36-2 Light as a Wave 36-3 Diffraction 36-4 Young’s Interference Experiment 36-5 Coherence 36-6 Intensity in Double-Slit Interference 36-7 Modifications of Young’s Double-Slit Experiment 36-8 Interference from Thin Films 36-9 Diffraction and the Wave Theory of Light 36-10 Diffraction by a Single Slit: Locating the Minima 36-11 Intensity in Single-Slit Diffraction, Quantitatively 36-12 Diffraction by a Circular Aperture 36-13 Diffraction by a Double Slit Chapter 37: Relativity 37-1 What is Physics? 37-2 The Postulates 37-3 Measuring an Event 37-4 The Relativity of Simultaneity 37-5 The Relativity of Time 37-6 The Relativity of Length 37-7 The Lorentz Transformation 37-8 Some Consequences of the Lorentz Equations 37-9 Electricity and Magnetism 37-10 The Relativity of Velocities 37-11 Doppler Effect for Light 37-12 A New Look at Momentum 37-13 A New Look at Energy Chapter 38: Photons and Matter Waves 38-1 What is Physics? 38-2 The Photon, the Quantum of Light 38-3 The Photoelectric Effect 38-4 Photons Have Momentum 38-5 Light as a Probability Wave 38-6 Electrons and Matter Waves 38-7 Schrödinger’s Equation 38-8 Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle 38-9 Barrier Tunneling Chapter 39: Hydrogen Atom 39-1 What Is Physics? 39-2 String Waves and Matter Waves 39-3 Energies of a Trapped Electron 39-4 Wave Functions of a Trapped Electron 39-5 The Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom 39-6 Spectra of the Hydrogen Atom 39-7 Quantum Numbers for the Hydrogen Atom (Optional) Chapter 40: All About Atoms 40-1 What Is Physics? 40-2 Some Properties of Atoms 40-3 Electron Spin 40-4 Angular Momenta and Magnetic Dipole Moments 40-5 The Pauli Exclusion Principle 40-6 Building the Periodic Table 40-7 X Rays and the Ordering of the Elements 40-8 Lasers and Laser Light 40-9 How Lasers Work Chapter 41: The Nucleus 41-1 What Is Physics? 41-2 Discovering the Nucleus 41-3 Some Nuclear Properties 41-4 Radioactive Decay 41-5 Probability of Decay 41-6 Alpha Decay 41-7 Beta Decay 41-8 Gamma Decay 41-9 Radioactive Dating 41-10 Nuclear Models (Optional) 41-11 Nuclear Fission: The Basic Process 41-12 Thermonuclear Fusion: The Basic Process 41-13 Thermonuclear Fusion in the Sun and Other Stars Appendices A The International System of Unit (SI) B Some Fundamental Constants of Physics C Some Astronomical Data D Conversion Factors E Mathematical Formulas F Properties of the Elements G Solved IIT-JEE problems JEE Advanced Mock Test 1 JEE Advanced Mock Test 2