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ดาวโหลดหนังสือ The Feynman Lectures on Physics
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The Feynman Lectures on Physics is a 1964 physics textbook by Richard P. Feynman, Robert B. Leighton and Matthew Sands, based upon the lectures given by Feynman to undergraduate students at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) in 1961–1963. It includes lectures on mathematics, electromagnetism, Newtonian physics, quantum physics, and the relation of physics to other sciences. Six readily accessible chapters were later compiled into a book entitled Six Easy Pieces: Essentials of Physics Explained by Its Most Brilliant Teacher, and six more in Six Not So Easy Pieces: Einstein's Relativity, Symmetry and Space-Time.

The first volume focuses on mechanics, radiation, and heat. The second volume is mainly on electromagnetism and matter. The third volume, on quantum mechanics, shows, for example, how the double-slit experiment contains the essential features of quantum mechanics.

An account on the history of these famous volumes is given by Sands in his memoir article “Capturing the Wisdom of Feynman”, Physics Today, Apr 2005, p. 49


Volume 1. Mainly mechanics, radiation, and heat
Preface: “When new ideas came in, I would try either to deduce them if they were deducible or to explain that it was a new idea … and which was not supposed to be provable.”
Chapters
Atoms in motion
Basic Physics
The relation of physics to other sciences
Conservation of energy
Time and distance
Probability
The theory of gravitation
Motion
Newton's laws of dynamics
Conservation of momentum
Vectors
Characteristics of force
Work and potential energy (A)
Work and potential energy (conclusion)
The special theory of relativity
Relativistic energy and momentum
Space-time
Rotation in two dimensions
Center of mass; Moment of inertia
Rotation in space
The harmonic oscillator
Algebra
Resonance
Transients
Linear systems and review
Optics: The principle of least time
Geometrical optics
Electromagnetic radiation
Interference
Diffraction
The origin of the refractive index
Radiation damping. Light scattering
Polarization
Relativistic effects in radiation
Color vision
Mechanisms of seeing
Quantum behavior
The Relation of Wave and particle viewpoints
The kinetic theory of gases
The principles of statistical mechanics
The brownian movement
Applications of kinetic theory
Diffusion
The laws of thermodynamics
Illustrations of thermodynamics
Ratchet and pawl[disambiguation needed]
Sound. The wave equation
Beats
Modes
Harmonics
Waves
Symmetry in physical laws

Volume 2. Mainly electromagnetism and matter
Electromagnetism
Differential calculus of vector fields
Vector integral calculus
Electrostatics
Application of Gauss' law
The electric field in various circumstances
The electric field in various circumstances (continued)
Electrostatic energy
Electricity in the atmosphere
Dielectrics
Inside dielectrics
Electrostatic analogs
Magnetostatics
The magnetic field in various situations
The vector potential
Induced currents
The laws of induction
The Maxwell equations
Principle of least action
Solutions of Maxwell's equations in free space
Solutions of Maxwell's equations with currents and charges
AC circuits
Cavity resonators
Waveguides
Electrodynamics in relativistic notation
Lorentz transformations of the fields
Field energy and field momentum
Electromagnetic mass (ref. to Wheeler–Feynman absorber theory)
The motion of charges in electric and magnetic fields
The internal geometry of crystals
Tensors
Refractive index of dense materials
Reflection from surfaces
The magnetism of matter
Paramagnetism and magnetic resonance
Ferromagnetism
Magnetic materials
Elasticity
Elastic materials
The flow of dry water
The flow of wet water
Curved space

Volume 3. Quantum mechanics
Quantum behavior
The relation of wave and particle viewpoints
Probability amplitudes
Identical particles
Spin one
Spin one-half
The dependence of amplitudes on time
The Hamiltonian matrix
The ammonia maser
Other two-state systems
More two-state systems
The hyperfine splitting in hydrogen
Propagation in a crystal lattice
Semiconductors
The independent particle approximation
The dependence of amplitudes on position
Symmetry and conservation laws
Angular momentum
The hydrogen atom and the periodic table
Operators
The Schrödinger equation in a classical context: a seminar on superconductivity

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