Correlations

Physics: Principles with Applications, 6th Edition ©2005

Douglas C. Giancoli

Correlated to: Advanced Placement® (AP®) Physics Standards (Grades 9–12)

SE = Student Edition
TE = Teacher Edition
TECH = Technology

I. Newtonian mechanics

A. Kinematics (including vectors, vector algebra, components of vectors, coordinate systems, displacement, velocity, and acceleration)
1. Motion in one dimension SE/TE: 19–44
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 2
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 2
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiments 25, 41
2. Motion in two dimensions, including projectile motion SE/TE: 54–71
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 2
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 2
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
B. Newton's laws of motion (including friction and centripetal force)
1. Static equilibrium (first law) SE/TE: 72–75, 97–98, 229–237, 246–250
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch(s). 4, 9
SE: AP Workbook: Ch(s). 4, 9
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Dynamics of a single particle (second law) SE/TE: 75–77, 80–105
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 4
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 4
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiments 6, 7, 8
3. Systems of two or more bodies (third law) SE/TE: 77–80, 97–98
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 4
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 4
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
C. Work, energy, power
1. Work and work-energy theorem SE/TE: 136–144, 160–163, 165–166
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 6
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 6
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Conservative forces and potential energy SE/TE: 144–149, 161, 163, 165–166
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 6
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 6
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
3. Conservation of energy SE/TE: 149–158, 160–161, 163–167
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 6
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 6
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
4. Power SE/TE: 158–160, 164–166
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 6
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 6
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
D. Systems of particles, linear momentum
1. Center of mass SE/TE: 182–187, 191–193
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 7
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 7
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Impulse and momentum SE/TE: 167–169, 173–175, 187–189, 192–193
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 6
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 6
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
3. Conservation of linear momentum, collisions SE/TE: 170–182, 187–190, 192–193
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 6
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 6
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiments 9, 10
E. Circular motion and rotation
1. Uniform circular motion SE/TE: 106–115, 129–131, 133–135
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 5
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 5
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 11
2. Angular momentum and its conservation
—a. Point particles SE/TE: 213
—b. Extended bodies, including rotational inertia SE/TE: 213–215, 218, 222–223
3. Torque and rotational statics SE/TE: 203–206, 220–221, 228–235, 246–250, 252–254
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch(s). 8, 9
SE: AP Workbook: Ch(s). 8,9
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
4. Rotational kinematics and dynamics SE/TE: 194–203, 206–213, 217–225
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 8
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 8
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
F. Oscillations and gravitation
1. Simple harmonic motion (dynamics and energy relationships) SE/TE: 286–295, 316–318, 320–321
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 11
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiments 12, 13
2. Mass on a spring SE/TE: 287–291, 316–318, 320–321
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 11
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 12
3. Pendulum and other oscillations SE/TE: 296–299, 318, 320–321
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 11
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 13
4. Newton's law of gravity SE/TE: 117–122, 129–135
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 5
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 5
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
5. Orbits of planets and satellites
—a. Circular SE/TE: 122–127, 132–135
—b. General SE/TE: 122–127, 132–135
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 5
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 5
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/

II. Fluid Mechanics and Thermal Physics

A. Fluid Mechanics
1. Hydrostatic pressure SE/TE: 257–262, 280–282, 284–285
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 10
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Buoyancy SE/TE: 263–267, 280–282, 284–285
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 10
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
3. Fluid flow continuity SE/TE: 268–269, 281–285
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 10
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
4. Bernoulli's equation SE/TE: 270–275, 281–285
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 10
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
B. Temperature and heat
1. Mechanical equivalent of heat SE/TE: 385–386
2. Heat transfer and thermal expansion SE/TE: 354–360, 378–379, 382–383, 395–400
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 13
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 13
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 15
C. Kinetic theory and thermodynamics
1. Ideal gases
—a. Kinetic model SE/TE: 367–371, 378, 381–383
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 13
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 13
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
—b. Ideal gas law SE/TE: 361–367, 378, 381–383
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 13
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 13
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 14
2. Laws of thermodynamics
—a. First law (including processes on pV diagrams) SE/TE: 408–414, 433–434, 436–437
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 15
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 15
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
—b. Second law (including heat engines) SE/TE: 415–421, 424–427, 434–437
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 15
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 15
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/

III. Electricity and Magnetism

A. Electrostatics
1. Charge, field, and potential SE/TE: 439–457, 464–469, 470–479
2. Coulomb's law and field and potential of point charges SE/TE: 439–457, 464–469, 470–479
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch(s). 16, 17
SE: AP Workbook: Ch(s). 16, 17
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 20
3. Fields and potentials of other charge distributions
—a. Planar SE/TE: 456–457, 467
—b. Spherical symmetry SE/TE: 456–459, 467
—c. Cylindrical symmetry SE/TE: 456–459, 467
4. Gauss's law SE/TE: 457–459, 467
B. Conductors, capacitors, dielectrics
1. Electrostatics with conductors SE/TE: 456–459
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 16
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 16
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Capacitors
—a. Parallel plate SE/TE: 480–482, 484–485, 488–491
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch(s). 17, 19
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 17, 19
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
—b. Spherical and cylindrical SE/TE: 480
3. Dielectrics SE/TE: 482–484, 490, 492
C. Electric circuits
1. Current, resistance, power SE/TE: 493–506, 514–519
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 18
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 18
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiments 21, 22, 23, 24
2. Steady-state direct current circuits with batteries and resistors only SE/TE: 520–535, 545–553
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 19
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 19
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiments 25, 26
3. Capacitors in circuits
—a. Steady state SE/TE: 535–536, 550
—b. Transients in RC circuits SE/TE: 535–538, 550
D. Magnetostatics
1. Forces on moving charges in magnetic fields SE/TE: 554, 558–563, 576–578, 581–583
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 20
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 20
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Forces on current-carrying wires in magnetic field SE/TE: 557, 576–577, 579–583
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 20
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 20
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
3. Fields of long current-carrying wires SE/TE: 563–564, 577, 579–583
4. Biot-Savart and Ampere's law SE/TE: 568–569, 580–581
E. Electromagnetism
1. Electromagnets induction (including Faraday's law and Lenz's law) SE/TE: 584–591, 609–614
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 21
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 21
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Inductance (including LR and LC circuits) SE/TE: 600–603, 610, 612–614
3. Maxwell's equations SE/TE: 615–617, 629

IV. Waves and Optics

A. Wave motion (including sound)
1. Properties of traveling waves SE/TE: 300–309, 312–315, 316–321, 322–324, 346–347
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch(s). 11, 12
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11, 12
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Properties of standing waves SE/TE: 310–312, 316, 319–321, 329–335, 346–351
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch(s). 11, 12
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11, 12
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 19
3. Doppler effect SE/TE: 338–342, 346, 348–351
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch. 12
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 12
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 19
4. Superposition SE/TE: 308–309, 335–337, 348
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 1: Ch(s). 11, 12
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 11, 12
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 19
B. Physical optics
1. Interference and diffraction SE/TE: 664–671, 673–683, 691–695
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 24
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 24
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 31
2. Dispersion of light and the electromagnetic spectrum SE/TE: 619–622, 629–630, 671–673, 691–693
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 24
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 24
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
C. Geometric optics
1. Reflection and refraction SE/TE: 632–633, 642–647, 657–660
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 23
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 23
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 28
2. Mirrors SE/TE: 633–642, 657–659, 662–663
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 23
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 23
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
3. Lenses SE/TE: 647–653, 658, 660–663
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 23
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 23
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
LAB: Experiment 29

V. Atomic and Nuclear Physics

A. Atomic physics and quantum effects
1. Photons and the photoelectric effect SE/TE: 754–762, 782–785
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 27
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 27
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Atomic energy levels SE/TE: 774–777, 782
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 27
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 27
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
3. Wave-particle duality SE/TE: 762–767, 782
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch. 24
SE: AP Workbook: Ch. 24
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
B. Nuclear physics
1. Nuclear reactions (including conservation of mass number and charge) SE/TE: 835–848, 859–862, 863–875, 886–887
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch(s). 30, 31
SE: AP Workbook: Ch(s). 30, 31
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/
2. Mass-energy equivalence SE/TE: 838–840, 860, 863–875, 886–887
SE: Student Study Guide, Vol. 2: Ch(s). 30, 31
SE: AP Workbook: Ch(s). 30, 31
TECH: Companion Web site: http://wps.prenhall.com/esm_giancoli_physicsppa_6/

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