This course study guide is to be used with New Understanding Physics for Advanced Level or other physics core textbooks. It aims to help further develop physics skills such as laboratory techniques, mathematical methods and data handling. The course study guide also provides outline solutions to a selection of questions and gives advice on answering all types of examination questions and support for Key Skills.
Essential Physics for OCR is a brand new series providing clear progression with challenging material for in-depth learning and understanding. Written by the best-selling author of New Understanding Physics, this text has been laid out in double page spreads and written in simple, easy-to-understand language. Designed in a contemporary manner, it ensures that students truly understand, engage and reflect upon the topic studied. A fully networkable and editable Teacher Support CD-ROMs is also available for this series. It contains worksheets, marking schemes and practical help.
Sprott’s demonstrations will fascinate, amaze, and teach students the wonders of physics. A compilation of physics demonstrations performed at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and in the popular lecture series The Wonders of Physics, Physics Demonstrations includes demonstrations illustrating properties of motion, heat, sound, electricity, magnetism, and light. All demonstrations include a brief description, a materials list, preparation procedures, a provocative discussion of the phenomena displayed and the principles illustrated, important information about potential hazards, and references. Suitable for performance outside the laboratory, Sprott’s demonstrations are an indispensable teaching tool.
This book is specially written for students sitting for the Singapore Cambridge O Level Physics examination. A comprehensive coverage of all the topics in the latest 2007 syllabus, as well as a specimen examination paper, enable students to revise effectively and achieve success in their examinations.
Now in its Third Edition, this book provides a comprehensive review for radiology residents preparing for the physics portion of the American Board of Radiology written examination and for radiologic technologists preparing for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists certification examination. The book features a complete review of x-ray production and interactions, projection and tomographic imaging, image quality, radiobiology, radiation protection, nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance. This edition includes 70 per cent new illustrations, updated information on nuclear medicine, ultrasound, and magnetic resonance, and expanded coverage of radiobiology, radiation protection, and radiation dosing in adults and children. More than 500 practice questions help the user fully prepare for examinations.
This book comprehensively addresses the physical and engineering aspects of human physiology by using and building on first-year college physics and mathematics. It is the most comprehensive book on the physics of the human body, and the only book also providing theoretical background. The book is geared to undergraduates interested in physics, medical applications of physics, quantitative physiology, medicine, and biomedical engineering.
Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering provides broad coverage appropriate for senior undergraduates and graduates in medical physics and biomedical engineering. Divided into two parts, the first part presents the underlying physics, electronics, anatomy, and physiology and the second part addresses practical applications. The structured approach means that later chapters build and broaden the material introduced in the opening chapters; for example, students can read chapters covering the introductory science of an area and then study the practical application of the topic. Coverage includes biomechanics; ionizing and nonionizing radiation and measurements; image formation techniques, processing, and analysis; safety issues; biomedical devices; mathematical and statistical techniques; physiological signals and responses; and respiratory and cardiovascular function and measurement. Where necessary, the authors provide references to the mathematical background and keep detailed derivations to a minimum. They give comprehensive references to junior undergraduate texts in physics, electronics, and life sciences in the bibliographies at the end of each chapter.