Physics for Engineers and Scientists 3rd Edition

Online Concept Tutorials

These 45 tutorials feature interactive animations that reinforce conceptual understanding and develop students’ quantitative skills. In-text icons alert students to the availability of a tutorial. To access the tutorials, select study plan from the chapter by chapter navigation menu (above) or choose from the index below.

  1. Space, Time, and Mass
  2. Motion along a Straight Line
  3. Vectors
  4. Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
  5. Newton’s Laws of Motion
  6. Further Applications of Newton’s Laws
  7. Work and Energy
  8. Conservation of Energy
  9. Gravitation
  10. Systems of Particles
  11. Collisions
  12. Rotation of a Rigid Body
  13. Dynamics of a Rigid Body
  14. Statics and Elasticity
  15. Oscillations
  16. Waves
  17. Sound
  18. Fluid Mechanics
  19. The Ideal Gas
  20. Heat
  21. Thermodynamics
  22. Electric Force and Electric Charge
  23. The Electric Field
  24. Gauss’s Law
  25. Electrostatic Potential and Energy
  26. Capacitors and Dielectrics
  27. Currents and Ohm’s Law
  28. Direct Current Circuits
  29. Magnetic Force and Field
  30. Charges and Currents in Magnetic Fields
  31. Electromagnetic Induction
  32. Alternating Current Circuits
  33. Electromagnetic Waves
  34. Reflection, Refraction, and Optics
  35. Interference and Diffraction
  36. The Theory of Special Relativity
  37. Quanta of Light
  38. Spectral Lines, Bohr’s Theory, and Quantum Mechanics
  39. Quantum Structure of Atoms, Molecules, and Solids
  40. Nuclei
  41. Elementary Particles and Cosmology

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