PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS reveals the beauty and simplicity of physics while highlighting its essential role in other disciplines, from engineering to medicine. This proven text features the Serway hallmarks of concise writing, carefully thought-out problem sets, world class worked examples, and leading-edge educational pedagogy. With the Seventh Edition, authors Raymond A. Serway and John W. Jewett, Jr. build upon this strong foundation by carrying that high standard to the book's carefully integrated technology package, perfectly tailored to support any course design. All end-of-chapter problems, worked examples, and quick quizzes are available in Enhanced WebAssign (with hints and feedback formulated to foster student learning), allowing instructors to securely create and administer homework assignments in an interactive online environment. For instructors utilizing classroom response technology, a complete suite of PowerPoint-formatted questions designed to support all levels of users, from amateur through advanced, is available to support the clicker software of your choosing. The result is the most complete course solution you will find; and one that is scalable to meet your and your students' unique needs. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.Only those electrons having energies near EF can contribute to the electrical conductivity of the metal. A semiconductor is a material having an energy gap of approximately 1 eV and a valence band that is filled at T 0 K. ... denotes answer available in Student Solutions Manual/Study Guide; O denotes objective question .
|Title||:||Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, Chapters 39-46|
|Author||:||Raymond Serway, John Jewett|
|Publisher||:||Cengage Learning - 2007-06-12|