## Problems in General Physics

**This book of problems is intended as a textbook for students at higher educational institutions studying advanced courses in physics.**

**Besides, because of the great number of simple problems, it may be used by students studying a general course in physics. The book contains about 1900 problems with hints for solving the most complicated ones.**

For students' convenience, each chapter opens with a time-saving summary of the principal formulas for the relevant area of physics. As a rule, the formulas are given without detailed explanations since a student, starting solving a problem, is assumed to know the meaning of the quantities appearing in the formulas. Explanatory notes are only given in those cases when misunderstanding may arise. All the formulas in the text and answers are in the system, except in Part Six, where the Gaussian system is used.

Quantitative data and answers are presented in accordance with the rules of approximation and numerical accuracy. The main physical constants and tables are summarised at the end of the book. The Periodic System of Elements is printed at the front end sheet and the Table of Elementary Particles at the back sheet of the book. In the present edition, some misprints are corrected, and a number of problems are substituted by new ones, or the quantitative data in them are changed or refined (1.273, 1.361, 2.189, 3.249, 3.97, 4.194 and 5.78). In conclusion, the author wants to express his deep gratitude to colleagues from MlPhI and to readers who sent their remarks on some problems, helping thereby to improve the book.

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