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The Karlsruhe Physics Course

Volume 1: Energy, momentum, entropy (standard pdf)
Volume 1Energy, momentum, entropy (for tablet computer)

Volume 2: Data, electricity, light (standard pdf)
Volume 2: Data, electricity, light (for tablet computer)

Volume 3: Reactions, waves, atoms
Volume 3: Reactions, waves, atoms (for tablet computer)

The Teacher‘s Manual
The Teacher’s Manual (for tablet computer)

Publications in the American Journal of Physics

Publications in the European Journal of Physics

Equilibria in the Troposphere
F. HERRMANN
Physics Teaching and Learning, GIREP Book of Selected Papers, Forum Editrice Universitaria Udinese srl, 2005, pp. 39-48

Guest publication
An Electrical Model of a Carnot Cycle

MINGHUA CHEN, Teacher Education Center, Shaoxing, China

Thoughts on the Karlsruhe Physics Course
GUOBIN W
U, University of Shanghai for Science and Technology

 

Historical burdens on physics

F. Herrmann and G. Job

For the tablet computer

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or as separate articles:

Introduction

1. Forms of energy
2. Power
3. Carnot efficiency
4. Efficiency and Carnot Factor
5. Pure energy
6. The Equivalence of Heat and Work
7. The Energy Mass Equivalence
8. Conservation laws
9. Tendency to the energy minimum
10. Integrals of motion
11. Isolated Systems
12. The energy conservation law
13. State variables
14. Internal energy and heat
15. Evaporating and boiling
16. Physical and chemical processes
17. Chemical equilibrium
18. Electrochemical cells
19. Nuclear reactions and radioactivity
20. Hysteresis
21. Actions at a distance
22. The Third Law
23. Thermal expansion of liquids and solids
24. Entropy
25. Available energy
26. Excess and deficit of electrons
27. Newton’s laws
28. The field as a region of space
29. Momentum as the product of m and v
30. Measuring entropy
31. Thermal radiation
32. The dipole antenna
33. Electronic shells
34. Maritime climate and the heat capacity of water
35. Preliminary temperature scales
36. Lenz’s law
37. Static equilibrium and Newton’s third law
38. Two types of electric charge
39. The conventional flow notation
40. The empty atom
41. The electromagnet
42. Magnetic poles
43. The field of permanent magnets
44. The dynamic pressure
45. Force and energy
46. Line of action
47. How an airplane flies
48. Aether and vacuum
49. Acceleration
50. Resonance frequency and natural frequency
51. Equipotential surfaces
52. The heat transport through the atmosphere
53. The concept of trajectory in quantum mechanics
54. Coherence of waves
55. Amount of heat and heat capacity
56. The current and its article
57. Instantaneous and average velocity
58. The semiconductor diode as a rectifier
59. The semiconductor diode as a solar cell
60. Inductivity
61. The restoring force
62. Huygens’ principle
63. Magnetic poles of a solenoid
64. Linear characteristics
65. Shooting stars and space capsules
66. Pressure and force
67. Negative entropy
68. Entropy and life
69. Illustrations of the atom
70. Two effects of a force and three effects of an electric current
71. Sun and spectral lamps
72. Indistinguishable particles
73. Interaction
74. Leakage field of the transformer
75. Forced oscillations and phase difference
76. Field and diffusion current
77. Names of the ideal gas law
78. Quartz clock and Geiger counter
79. Angular momentum conservation
80. Force fields
81. Momentum underrated
82. Microscopic – macroscopic
83. Muscular force
84. Technical terminology
85. Absolute space
86. The Michelson-Morley experiment
87. Heat transfer
88. Pulleys
89. Impulse
90. Double slit diffraction and interference of light
91. Two phenomena of electromagnetic induction
92. Conservative vector fields
93. Induced emf

94. The way of writing the equation E = mc^2
95. Eddy currents
96. Permeability
97. The photoelectric effect
98. Speed of light and speed limit
99. Measuring Planck’s constant by means of LED’s
100. Photons and phonons
101. Measuring precision
102. State of motion
103. The Maxwell speed distribution
104. Entropy of mixing
105. The wave function
106. Ignition spark and electromagnetic radiation
107. Mechanical stress within the electric and within the magnetic field
108. Mass excess
109. Where is the energy?
110. Closed B field lines
111. Temperature and kinetic energy of particles
112 Thermal energy
113. Potential energy
114. Test charge
115. Velocity-addition
116. Particles everywhere
117. Where is the field?
118. Unpolarized light
119. Electromagnetic transverse waves
120. The Carnot cycle
121. The Zeroth law of thermodynamics
122. Entropy as a measure of irreversibility
123. Mechanics versus thermodynamics
124. What actually is energy? What actually is entropy?
125. Perpetual motion and the energy conservation law

 
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