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National Advanced Placement (AP) Course for Physics B and C Grades 9-12

Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition © 2009, (Giancoli) Correlated to: National Advanced Placement (AP) Course for Physics B and C (Grades 9-12) NATIONAL ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP) COURSE FOR PHYSICS B AND C

Physics: Principles with Applications, Updated 6th Edition © 2009, (Giancoli)

I. Newtonian Mechanics A. Kinematics (including vectors, vector algebra, components of vectors, coordinate systems, displacement, velocity, and acceleration) 1. Motion in one dimension

SE: 19-25, 26-31, 31-37 TP: 37-42

2. Motion in two dimensions, including projectile motion

SE: 45-53, 54-61, 62-64 TP: 43-48

B. Newton’s laws of motion 1. Static equilibrium (first law)

SE: 72-75, 80-82, 84-85 TP: 49-54

2. Dynamics of a single particle (second law)

SE: 75-77, 80-86, 89-93, 94-96, 106-109, 109-115, 115-117 TP: 49-54

3. Systems of two or more objects (third law)

SE: 77-80, 86-88, 93 TP: 49-54

C. Work, energy, power 1. Work and work–energy theorem

SE: 137-141, 141-144 TP: 61-66

2. Forces and potential energy

SE: 144-148, 148-149 TP: 61-66

3. Conservation of energy

SE: 149-150, 150-155, 155-158 TP: 61-66

4. Power

SE: 158-160 TP: 61-66

D. Systems of particles, linear momentum 1. Center of mass

SE: 182-185, 185-186 TP: 67-71

2. Impulse and momentum

SE: 168-169 TP: 67-71

3. Conservation of linear momentum, collisions

SE: 170-173, 173-175, 176-181 TP: 67-71

E. Circular motion and rotation 1. Uniform circular motion

SE: 106-109, 109-115, 115-117 TP: 55-60

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2. Torque and rotational statics

SE: 203-206, 226-229, 229-236 TP: 73-80

3. Rotational kinematics and dynamics

SE: 195-200, 201-203, 206-210 TP: 73-80

4. Angular momentum and its conservation

SE: 213-216 TP: 73-80

F. Oscillations and gravitation 1. Simple harmonic motion (dynamics and energy relationships)

SE: 287-289, 289-291, 292-296 TP: 87-96

2. Mass on a spring

SE: 287-290 TP: 87-96

3. Pendulum and other oscillations

SE: 296-297, 298-299 TP: 87-96

4. Newton’s law of gravity

SE: 117-120 TP: 55-60

5. Orbits of planets and satellites a. Circular

SE: 121-125 TP: 55-60

b. General

SE: 125-128 TP: 55-60

II. Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Physics A. Fluid Mechanics 1. Hydrostatic pressure

SE: 257-258 TP: 81-86

2. Buoyancy

SE: 263-268 TP: 81-86

3. Fluid flow continuity

SE: 268-269 TP: 81-86

4. Bernoulli’s equation

SE: 270-274 TP: 81-86

B. Temperature and heat 1. Mechanical equivalent of heat

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SE: 385-386 TP: 103-108

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2. Heat transfer and thermal expansion

SE: 357-361; 395-402 TP: 97-102, 103-108

C. Kinetic theory and thermodynamics 1. Ideal gases a. Kinetic model

SE: 352-357, 367-371 TP: 97-102

b. Ideal gas law

SE: 363-367 TP: 97-102

2. Laws of thermodynamics a. First law (including processes on pV diagrams)

SE: 409-410, 410-415 TP: 109-114

b. Second law (including heat engines)

SE: 415-426, 426-421, 424-429 TP: 109-114

III. Electricity and Magnetism A. Electrostatics 1. Charge and Coulomb’s law

SE: 440-443, 444-449 TP: 115-122

2. Electric field and electric potential (including point charges)

SE: 450-454, 454-457, 476-479 TP: 115-122, 123-128

3. Gauss’s law

SE: 457-459 TP: 115-122

4. Fields and potentials of other charge distributions

SE: 450-454, 454-457, 458-459, 470-475, 479-480 TP: 115-122, 123-128

B. Conductors, capacitors, dielectrics 1. Electrostatics with conductors

SE: 441-443, 456-457 TP: 115-122

2. Capacitors a. Capacitance

SE: 480-482 TP: 123-128

b. Parallel plate

SE: 481-482 TP: 123-128

c. Spherical and cylindrical

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3. Dielectrics

SE: 482-483 TP: 123-128

C. Electric circuits 1. Current, resistance, power

SE: 494-495, 496-497, 498-502, 502-508, 509510;Test Prep 129-133

2. Steady-state direct current circuits with batteries and resistors only

SE: 520-521, 522-528, 528-531 TP: 135-140

3. Capacitors in circuits a. Steady state

SE: 533-535 TP: 135-140

b. Transients in RCD.

SE: 535-537 TP: 135-140

D. Magnetic Fields 1. Forces on moving charges in magnetic fields

SE: 560-562 TP: 141-146

2. Forces on current-carrying wires in magnetic fields

SE: 558-559 TP: 141-146

3. Fields of long current-carrying wires

SE: 563-566 TP: 141-146

4. Biot–Savart law and Ampere’s law

SE: 568-569 TP: 141-146

E. Electromagnetism 1. Electromagnetic induction (including Faraday’s law and Lenz’s law)

SE: 584-587; 588-591 TP: 147-153

2. Inductance (including lr and lc circuits)

SE: 600-602, 603-604 TP: 147-153

3. Maxwell’s equations circuits

SE: 616-617

IV. Waves and Optics A. Wave motion (including sound) 1. Traveling waves

SE: 300-303, 314-315, 322-234, 338-341, 617-619 TP: 87-96, 163-169

2. Wave propagation

SE: 303-305, 322-324, 617-619 TP: 87-96, 163-169

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3. Standing waves

SE: 310-312, 329-334 TP: 87-96

4. Superposition

SE: 308-309, 334-338 TP: 87-96

B. Physical optics 1. Interference and diffraction

SE: 668-671, 673-675, 676-678, 679-683 TP: 163-169

2. Dispersion of light and the electromagnetic spectrum

SE: 617-619, 619-622, 671-673 TP: 163-169

C. Geometric optics 1. Reflection and refraction

SE: 632-634, 644-647, 665-668 TP: 155-162

2. Mirrors

SE: 634-635, 635-637, 638-642 TP: 155-162

3. Lenses

SE: 647-650, 650-653, 654-656 TP: 155-162

V. Atomic and Nuclear Physics A. Atomic physics and quantum effects 1. Photons, the photoelectric effect, Compton scattering, x-rays

SE: 717-718, 756-758, 758-762, 762-764 TP: 175-178

2. Atomic energy levels

SE: 769-773, 773-778 TP: 175-178

3. Wave-particle duality

SE: 765-768, 779-781 TP: 175-178

B. Nuclear physics 1. Nuclear reactions (including conservation of mass number and charge)

SE: 641-644, 645-648, 852-855, 863-868, 871-875 TP: 187-193

2. Mass–energy equivalence

SE: 638-640, 863-868, 871-875 TP: 187-193

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