Sterling Test Prep Gre Physics Practice Questions

Author: Sterling Test Prep
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 1514347083
Size: 16.85 MB
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GRE Physics practice questions with the most complete explanations and step-by-step solutions - guaranteed higher GRE Physics score! . Last updated Jan 8, 2016. "We regularly update and revise the content based on readers' feedback and latest test changes. The most current version is only available directly from Amazon and Barnes & Noble. " . To achieve a GRE Physics score, you need to develop skills to properly apply the knowledge you have and quickly choose the correct answer. You must solve numerous practice questions that represent the style and content of the GRE Physics. This GRE Physics prep book contains over 1,300 practice questions with detailed explanations and step-by-step solutions. It is the most complete and comprehensive study tool that will teach you how to approach and solve a multitude of physics problems. This book consists of: - 12 diagnostic tests to help you identify your strengths and weaknesses to optimize your preparation strategy - topical practice question sets to drill down on each topic from a variety of angles and formula applications - test-taking strategies to maximize your performance on the test day - sheets of formulae, equations, variables and units to know for each topic ---------------------- The practice questions that comprise this book will help you to: - master important GRE Physics topics - assess your knowledge of topics tested on the GRE Physics - improve your test-taking skills - prepare for the test comprehensively and cost effectively ---------------------- These practice questions cover the following physics topics tested on the GRE Physics: Kinematics & dynamics Force, motion, gravitation Equilibrium and momentum Work & energy Waves & periodic motion Sound Fluids & solids Light & optics Heat & thermodynamics Atomic & nuclear structure Laboratory methods

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Author: Educational Testing Service
Publisher: Educational Testing Serv
ISBN: 0886851912
Size: 17.38 MB
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The Physics And Chemistry Of The Interstellar Medium

Author: A. G. G. M. Tielens
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1139445650
Size: 16.79 MB
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This work provides a comprehensive overview of our theoretical and observational understanding of the interstellar medium of galaxies. With emphasis on the microscopic physical and chemical processes in space, and their influence on the macroscopic structure of the interstellar medium of galaxies, the book includes developments in this area of molecular astrophysics. The various heating, cooling, and chemical processes relevant for the rarefied gas and submicron-sized dust grains that constitute the interstellar medium are discussed in detail. This provides a firm foundation for an in-depth understanding of the ionized, neutral atomic, and molecular phases of the interstellar medium. The physical and chemical properties of large polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon molecules and their role in the interstellar medium are highlighted, and the physics and chemistry of warm and dense photodissociation regions are discussed. This is an invaluable reference source for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, and research scientists.

Principles Of Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics

Author: Cathie Clarke
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9781139462235
Size: 19.39 MB
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Fluid dynamical forces drive most of the fundamental processes in the Universe and so play a crucial role in our understanding of astrophysics. This comprehensive textbook, first published in 2007, introduces the necessary fluid dynamics to understand a wide range of astronomical phenomena, from stellar structures to supernovae blast waves, to accretion discs. The authors' approach is to introduce and derive the fundamental equations, supplemented by text that conveys a more intuitive understanding of the subject, and to emphasise the observable phenomena that rely on fluid dynamical processes. The textbook has been developed for use by final-year undergraduate and starting graduate students of astrophysics, and contains over fifty exercises. It is based on the authors' many years of teaching their astrophysical fluid dynamics course at the University of Cambridge.

Angular Momentum In Quantum Mechanics

Author: A. R. Edmonds
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691025894
Size: 12.36 MB
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This book offers a concise introduction to the angular momentum, one of the most fundamental quantities in all of quantum mechanics. Beginning with the quantization of angular momentum, spin angular momentum, and the orbital angular momentum, the author goes on to discuss the Clebsch-Gordan coefficients for a two-component system. After developing the necessary mathematics, specifically spherical tensors and tensor operators, the author then investigates the 3-j, 6-j, and 9-j symbols. Throughout, the author provides practical applications to atomic, molecular, and nuclear physics. These include partial-wave expansions, the emission and absorption of particles, the proton and electron quadrupole moment, matrix element calculation in practice, and the properties of the symmetrical top molecule.

Plasma Physics

Author: Alexander Piel
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642104916
Size: 17.95 MB
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This book is an outgrowth of courses in plasma physics which I have taught at Kiel University for many years. During this time I have tried to convince my students that plasmas as different as gas dicharges, fusion plasmas and space plasmas can be described in a uni ed way by simple models. The challenge in teaching plasma physics is its apparent complexity. The wealth of plasma phenomena found in so diverse elds makes it quite different from atomic physics, where atomic structure, spectral lines and chemical binding can all be derived from a single equation—the Schrödinger equation. I positively accept the variety of plasmas and refrain from subdividing plasma physics into the traditional, but arti cially separated elds, of hot, cold and space plasmas. This is why I like to confront my students, and the readers of this book, with examples from so many elds. By this approach, I believe, they will be able to become discoverers who can see the commonality between a falling apple and planetary motion. As an experimentalist, I am convinced that plasma physics can be best understood from a bottom-up approach with many illustrating examples that give the students con dence in their understanding of plasma processes. The theoretical framework of plasma physics can then be introduced in several steps of re nement. In the end, the student (or reader) will see that there is something like the Schrödinger equation, namely the Vlasov-Maxwell model of plasmas, from which nearly all phenomena in collisionless plasmas can be derived.