  # Physics 10th year

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## Gendenshtein. Dick. Physics Grade 10

Physics. Grade 10. L. E. Gendenshtein, Yu. I. Dick
M .: 2009 - 352 p. Tutorial - Basic Level

To prepare for the Unified State Exam, the most basic theory that is best taken in a familiar school textbook is sure to come in handy. I propose a Gendenshten textbook - one of the best basic level textbooks in physics. In our library - a selection of their 4 books by Gendensten and Dick - textbooks for grades 10 and 11 and the corresponding problem books

The textbook outlines the basics of mechanics, molecular physics and electrostatics. The clear structure of the textbook facilitates the understanding of the educational material. Many examples of the manifestation and application of physical laws in the surrounding life, information from the history of physical discoveries are given, an illustrated description of physical experiments is given. Examples of solving key tasks are given.

CONTENTS
To teacher and student
Physics and scientific method of knowledge
1. What and how does physics study?
2. The scientific method of knowledge
3. Where are physical knowledge and methods used?
MECHANICS
Chapter 1. KINEMATICS
§ 1. The reference system. Trajectory, path and movement
1. Reference system
2. The material point
3. Trajectory, path and movement
§ 2. Speed
1. Instant speed
2. Vector values and their projections
3. Rectilinear uniform motion
§ 3. Acceleration. Rectilinear uniformly accelerated motion
1. Acceleration
2. Rectilinear uniformly accelerated motion
§ 4. Curvilinear motion
1. Movement of a body thrown at an angle to the horizon
2. Uniform circular motion
§ 5. Examples of solving problems in kinematics
1. Transfer to another reference system
2. Movement in a straight-line uniformly accelerated motion
3. Movement in a circle
Chapter 2. SPEAKERS
§ 6. The Law of Inertia - Newton's First Law
1. Early ideas about the causes of body motion
2. The law of inertia and the phenomenon of inertia
3. Inertial reference systems and Newton's first law
§ 7. The place of man in the universe
1. Earth-related reference system
2. Heliocentric system of the world
§ 8. Forces in mechanics. Elastic force
1. Interactions and Strengths
2. The strength of elasticity
3. Hooke's law. Force measurement by elastic force
§ 9. Force, acceleration, mass. Newton's Second Law
1. The ratio between force and acceleration
2. Examples of the application of Newton's second law
§ 10. The interaction of two bodies. Newton's Third Law
1. The interaction of two bodies
2. Examples of the application of the third law of Newton
§ 11. Worldwide
1. On the way to discovery
2. The law of world wideness
§ 12. Movement under the influence of the forces of the world wide.
1. Movement of bodies near the surface of the Earth
2. The movement of satellites and spacecraft
§ 13. Weight and weightlessness
1. Weight
2. Weightlessness
§ 14. Friction forces
1. Sliding friction force
2. Resisting friction force
3. The rolling friction force
4. Resistance force in liquids and gases
§ 15. Examples of solving problems by dynamics
1. Movement under the action of the forces of aggression
2. Movement under the action of several forces
Chapter 3. LAWS OF PRESERVATION IN MECHANICS
§ 16. Impulse. The law of conservation of momentum
1. Impulse and the law of conservation of momentum
2. Examples of the application of the law of conservation of momentum
§ 17- Reactive movement. Space exploration
1. Jet Propulsion
2. The development of rocket science and space exploration
§ 18. Mechanical work. Power
1. Mechanical work
2. Power
§ 19. Energy. The law of conservation of mechanical energy
1. Work and energy
2. Mechanical energy
3. The law of conservation of energy
8 20. Examples of solving problems on conservation laws
1. Collisions
2. Uneven Circular Movement
Chapter 4. MECHANICAL VIBRATIONS AND WAVES
§ 21. Mechanical oscillations
1. Examples and characteristics of mechanical vibrations
2. Free vibrations
§ 22. Transformations of energy with fluctuations. Resonance
1. Transformations of energy with fluctuations
2. Forced vibrations
§ 23. Mechanical waves. Sound
1. Mechanical waves
2. Sound
MOLECULAR PHYSICS AND THERMODYNAMICS
Chapter 5. MOLECULAR PHYSICS
§ 24. Molecular-Kinetic Theory
1. The main provisions of the molecular kinetic theory
2. The main task of the molecular kinetic theory
§ 25. The amount of substance. Permanent Avogadro
1. Relative molecular (atomic) mass
2. Amount of substance
§ 26. Temperature
1. Temperature and its measurement
2. Absolute Temperature Scale
§ 27. Gas laws
1. Isoprocessing
2. The equation of state of gas
§ 28. Temperature and average kinetic energy of molecules
1. The basic equation of molecular kinetic theory
2. Absolute Temperature and Average Kinetic
energy

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