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Feynman R.P., Leighton R.B., Sands M. — The Feynman lectures on physics (vol.2)
Feynman R.P., Leighton R.B., Sands M. — The Feynman lectures on physics (vol.2)

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Название: The Feynman lectures on physics (vol.2)

Авторы: Feynman R.P., Leighton R.B., Sands M.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/Общие курсы/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1964

Количество страниц: 534

Добавлена в каталог: 02.09.2005

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$Newton\cdot meter$ (unit)      I-13-3
Aberration      I-27-7 I-34-10
Absolute zero      I-1-5
Absorption      I-31-8 ff
Absorption coefficient      II-32-8
Acceleration      I-8-8 ff
Acceleration of gravity      I-9-4
Acceleration, components of      I-9-3
Accelerator guide field      II-29-4 ff
Activation energy      I-42-7
Active circuit element      II-22-5
Adams, J.C.      I-7-5
Adiabatic compression      I-39-5
Adiabatic demagnetization      II-35-9 f
Adiabatic expansion      I-44-5
Affective future      I-17-4
Aharanov      II-15-12
Air trough      I-10-5
Algebra      I-22-1 ff
Alnico, V.      II-37-10
Alternating-current circuits      II-22-1 ff
Alternating-current generator      II-17-6 ff
AMBER      II-1-10
Ammeter      II-16-1
Ampere, A.      II-13-3
Ampere’s Law      II-13-4
Amperian current      II-36-2
Amplitude modulation      I-48-3
Amplitudes of oscillation      I-21-3
Analog computer      I-25-8
Anderson, C.D.      I-52-10
Angle of incidence      I-26-3
Angle of precession      II-34-4
Angle of reflection      I-26-3
Angstrom (unit)      I-1-3
Angular frequency      I-21-3 I-29-2
angular momentum      I-7-7 I-18-5 I-20-1
Angular momentum of rigid body      I-20-8
Angular momentum, conservation of      I-4-7 I-18-6 I-20-5
Anomalous refraction      I-33-9 f
Antiferromagnetic material      II-37-11
Antimatter      I-52-10 f
Antiparticle      I-2-8
Aristotle      I-5-1
atom      I-1-2
Atom, metastable      I-42-10
Atom, Rutherford-Bohr model      II-5-3
Atom, stability of      II-5-3
Atom, Thompson model      II-5-3
Atomic clock      I-5-5
Atomic currents      II-13-5 f
Atomic hypothesis      I-1-2
Atomic orbits      II-1-8
Atomic particles      I-2-9 f
Atomic polarizability      II-32-2
Atomic processes      I-1-5 f
Attenuation      I-31-8
Avogadro, A.      I-39-2
Avogadro’s number      I-41-10
Axial vector      I-52-6 f
Barkhausen effect      II-37-9
battery      II-22-6
Becquerel, A H.      I-28-3
Bell, A.G.      II-16-3
Benzene molecule      III-49-10 ff
Bernoulli’s theorem      II-40-6 ff
Bessel function      II-23-6
Betatron      II-17-5
Biot-Savart law      II-14-10
Birefringence      I-33-3 ff
Blackbody radiation      I-41-5 f
Bnggs, H.      I-22-6
Boehm      I-52-10
Bohm      II-7-7 II-15-12
Bohr magneton      II-34-12
Bohr radius      I-38-6
Bohr, N.      I-42-9 II-5-3
Boltzmann, L.      I-41-2
Boltzmann’s law      I-40-2 f
Bopp      II-28-8
Born, M.      I-37-1 I-38-9 II-28-7
Boundary layer      II-41-9
Boundary-value problems      II-7-I
Boyle’s law      I-40-8
Bragg, L.      II-30-9
Bragg-Nye crystal model      II-30-9 ff
Breaking-drop theory      II-9-9
Bremsstrahlung      I-34-6 f
Brewster’s angle      I-33-6
Brown, R.      I-41-1
Brownian motion      I-1-8 I-6-5 I-41-1
Brush discharge      II-9-9
bulk modulus      II-38-3
Calculus of variations      II-19-3
Calculus, differential      I-8-4 II-2-1
Calculus, integral      II-3-1 ff
Cantilever beam      II-38-10
Capacitance      I-23-5
Capacitance, mutual      II-22-17
Capacitor      I-14-9 I-23-5 II-22-3 II-23-2
Capacitor, parallel-plate      I-14-9 II-6-11 II-8-3
Capacity      II-6-12
Capacity of a condenser      II-8-2
Capillary action      I-51-8
Carnot cycle      I-44-5 f I-45-2
Carnot, S.      I-4-2 I-44-2
Carrier signal      I-48-3
catalyst      I-42-8
Cavendish, H.      I-7-9
Cavendish’s experiment      I-7-9
Cavity resonator      II-23-1 ff
Center of mass      I-18-1 f I-19-1
Centrifugal force      I-7-5 I-12-11
Cerenkov radiation      I-51-2
Cerenkov, P.A.      I-51-2
Charge density      II-5-4
Charge on electron      I-12-7
Charge separation      II-9-7 If
Charge, conservation of      I-4-7 II-13-1
Charge, line of      II-5-3 f
Charge, motion of      II-29-1 ff
Charge, sheet of      II-5-4
Charge, sphere of      II-5-4 f
Charged conductor      II-8-2 ff
Chemical energy      I-4-2
Chemical kinetics      I-42-7 f
Chemical reaction      I-1-6 ff
Chromaticity      I-35-6 f
Circuit elements      II-23-1 f
Circuit elements, active      II-22-5
Circuit elements, passive      II-22-5
Circuits, alternating-current      II-22-1 ff
Circuits, equivalent      II-22-10 f
circular motion      I-21-4
Circulation      II-I-5 II-3-8
Classical electron radius      II-28-3
Clausius, R.      I-44-2 I-44-3
Clausius-Mossotti equation      II-11-6 f II-32-7
Claustus-CIapeyron equation      I-45-6 ff
Cleavage plane      II-30-1
Coaxial line      II-24-1
Coefficient of coupling      II-17-14
Coefficient of friction      I-12-4
Coefficient of viscosity      II-41-2
Coefficient, absorption      II-32-8
Coefficient, gravitational      I-7-9
Collision      I-16-6
Collision, elastic      I-10-7
Colloidal particles      II-7-8 ff
Color vision      I-35-1 ff
Color vision, physiochemistry of      I-35-9 f
Complex impedance      I-23-7
complex numbers      I-22-7 ff I-23-1
Complex variable      II-7-2 ff
Compound eye      I-36-6 ff
Compression, adiabatic      I-39-5
Compression, isothermal      I-44-5
Condenser, parallel-plate      I-14-9 II-6-11 II-8-3
Conductivity      II-32-10
Conductivity, thermal      II-2-8 II-12-2
Conductor      II-1-2
cones      I-35-1
Conohs force      I-19-8 f
Conservation of angular momentum      I-4-7 I-18-6 I-20-5
Conservation of charge      I-4-7 II-13-1
Conservation of energy      I-3-2 I-4-1 II-27-1
Conservation of linear momentum      I-4-7 I-10-1
Contraction hypothesis      I-15-3
Copernicus      I-7-1
Cornea      I-35-1
Cosmic rays      II-9-2
Couctte flow      II-41-10 ff
Coulomb’s law      I-28-2 II-4-2 II-5-6
Coupling, coefficient of      II-17-14
covalent bond      II-30-2
Cross product      II-2-8 II-31-8
Cross section for scattering      I-32-7
Crystal      II-30-1 ff
Crystal diffraction      I-38-4 f
Crystal lattice      II-30-3 f
Crystal, geometry of      II-30-1 f
Cubic cell      II-30-7
Curie law      II-11-5
Curie temperature      II-36-13
Curie-Weiss law      II-11-9
Curl operator      II-2-8 II-3-1
Current density      II-13-1
Current, Amperian      II-36-2
Current, atomic      II-13-5 f
Current, eddy      II-16-6
Current, electric      II-13-1 f
Current, induced      II-16-1 ff
Cutoff frequency      II-22-14
Debye length      II-7-9
Dedekind, R.      I-22-4
Degrees of freedom      I-25-2 I-39-12
Demagnetization, adiabatic      II-35-9 f
density      I-1-4
Derivative      I-8-5 ff
Derivative, partial      I-14-9
Diamagnetism      II-34-1 ff
Dicke, R.H.      I-7-11
Dielectric      II-10-1 ff II-11-1
dielectric constant      II-10-1 f
Differential calculus      I-8-4 II-2-1
Diffraction      I-30-1 ff
Diffraction by screen      I-31-10 f
Diffraction grating      I-29-5 I-30-3
Diffusion      I-43-1 ff
Diffusion of neutrons      II-12-6 ff
Dipole      II-21-5 ff
Dipole moment      I-12-6 II-6-7
Dipole potential      II-6-4 ff
Dipole radiator      I-28-5 f I-29-3
Dipole, electric      II-6-2 ff
Dipole, magnetic      II-14-7 f
Dirac equation      I-20-6
Dirac, P.      I-52-10 II-2-1 II-28-7
Dislocation      II-30-8 II-30-9
dispersion      I-31-6 ff
Distance      I-5-5 ff
Distance measurement, color brightness      I-5-6
Distance measurement, triangulation      I-5-6
Divergence      II-25-7
Divergence operator      II-2-7 II-3-1
Domain      II-37-6
Doppler effect      I-17-8 I-23-9 I-34-7 I-38-6
Dot product      II-2-4 II-25-3
double stars      I-7-6
Drag coefficient      II-41-7
Dynamics      I-7-2 f I-9-1
Dynamics, relativistic      I-15-9 f
D’Alembenian      II-25-8
Eddy current      II-16-6
Efficiency of ideal engine      I-44-7 f
Einstein, A.      I-2-6 I-7-11 I-12-12 I-15-1 I-16-1 I-41-8 I-42-8 I-42-9
Elastic collision      I-10-7
Elastic constants      II-39-6 II-39-10
Elastic energy      I-4-2 I-4-6
Elastic materials      II-39-1 ff
Elastica      II-38-12
Elasticity      II-38-1 ff
Elasticity tensor      II-39-4 ff
Electret      II-11-8
Electric charge density      II-2-8 II-4-3
Electric current      II-I3-1 f
Electric current density      II-2-8
Electric current in the atmosphere      II-9-2 f
Electric Dipole      II-6-2 ff
electric field      I-2-4 I-12-7 II-1-2 II-1-3 II-6-1 II-7-1
Electric field, relativity of      II-13-6 ff
Electric flux      II-1-4
Electric potential      II-4-4
Electric susceptibility      II-10-4
Electrical energy      I-4-2 II-15-3
Electrical forces      II-1-1 ff II-13-1
Electrodynamics      II-1-3
Electrodynamics, relativistic notation      II-25-1 ff
Electromagnet      II-36-9 ff
Electromagnetic energy      I-29-2
electromagnetic field      I-2-2 I-2-5 I-10-9
Electromagnetic mass      II-28-3 f
Electromagnetic radiation      I-26-1 I-28-1
Electromagnetic waves      II-21-1 f
Electromagnetic waves, cosmic rays      I-2-5
Electromagnetic waves, gamma rays      I-2-5
Electromagnetic waves, infrared      I-2-5 I-23-8 I-26-1
Electromagnetic waves, light      I-2-5
Electromagnetic waves, ultraviolet      I-2-5 I-26-1
Electromagnetic waves, x-rays      I-2-5 I-26-1
Electromagnetism      II-1-1 ff
Electromagnetism, laws of      II-1-5 ff
Electromotive force      II-16-2
Electron      I-2-4 I-37-1 I-37-4
Electron cloud      I-6-11
Electron microscope      II-29-3 f
Electron volt (unit)      I-34-4
Electron, charge on      I-12-7
Electron, radius of, classical      I-32-4
Electron-ray tube      I-12-9
Electronic polarization      II-11-1 ff
Electrostatic energy      II-8-1 ff
Electrostatic energy in nuclei      II-8-6 ff
Electrostatic energy of a point charge      II-8-12
Electrostatic energy of charges      II-8-1 f
Electrostatic energy of ionic crystal      II-8-4 ff
Electrostatic equations      II-10-6 f
Electrostatic field      II-5-1 ff II-7-1
Electrostatic field of a grid      II-7-10 f
Electrostatic field, energy in      II-8-9 ff
Electrostatic lens      II-29-2 f
Electrostatic potential, equations of      II-6-1
Electrostatics      II-4-1 ff II-5-1
ellipse      I-7-1
Emissivity      II-6-14
Energy      II-22-11 f
Energy density      II-27-2
Energy flux      II-27-2
Energy in electrostatic field      II-8-9 ff
energy levels      I-38-7 f
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