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Special Relativity
출판사 : Norton
저 자 : Frech
ISBN : 9780393097931
발행일 : 1968-8
도서종류 : 외국도서
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   Special Relativity 목차
Preface ix
Departures from newtonian dynamics 3 (34)
Newton 5 (1)
``The ultimate speed'' 6 (5)
Photons 11 (2)
The energy-momentum relation for photons 13 (3)
Matter and radiation: the inertia of energy 16 (4)
Energy, momentum, and mass 20 (4)
Is the new dynamics correct? 24 (2)
Motion under a constant force 26 (1)
``Einstein's box unhinged'' 27 (1)
Some comments 28 (9)
Problems 29 (8)
Perplexities in the propagation of light 37 (26)
The nature of light 38 (1)
The luminiferous ether 39 (2)
Stellar aberration 41 (3)
A modified aberration experiment 44 (2)
Fizeau's measurement of the drag coefficient 46 (3)
Prelude to the Michelson-Morley experiment 49 (2)
The Michelson-Morley experiment 51 (6)
Concluding remarks 57 (6)
Problems 58 (5)
Einstein and the Lorentz-Einstein 63 (26)
transformations
Preamble: the contraction hypothesis 63 (2)
Einstein reasserts relativity 65 (1)
Relativity according to Galileo and Newton 66 (2)
The transformation of Newton's law 68 (2)
Einstein and the universality of c 70 (2)
The second postulate and observational 72 (2)
evidence
The relativity of simultaneity 74 (2)
The Lorentz-Einstein transformations 76 (5)
More about the Lorentz transformations 81 (1)
Minkowski diagrams: Space-time 82 (1)
A space-time invariant 83 (6)
Problems 85 (4)
Relativity and the measurement of lengths and 89 (36)
time intervals
Observers 90 (2)
Point events and their transformations 92 (2)
Time measurements 94 (2)
The Lorentz contraction 96 (1)
Time dilation 97 (4)
Observation of time dilation with 101(3)
cosmic-ray mesons
Another interpretation of the time-dilation 104(1)
experiment
More about time and length measurements 105(4)
A Michelson-Morley experiment with lasers 109(2)
Relativity is truly relative 111(6)
Space-time intervals and causality 117(8)
Problems 120(5)
Relativistic kinematics 125(42)
Transformation of velocities 125(2)
Radiation from a rapidly moving source 127(4)
Light in a moving medium: the drag 131(1)
coefficient
Transverse motions; stellar aberration 132(2)
The Doppler effect 134(5)
More about Doppler effects 139(5)
Doppler effect and time dilation 144(3)
A new search for the ether 147(2)
Looking at moving clocks and other objects 149(3)
Accelerated motions 152(2)
The twins 154(13)
Problems 159(8)
Relativistic dynamics---collisions and 167(38)
conservation laws
Two views of an elastic collision 169(3)
Two views of an inelastic collision 172(3)
Further remarks on the conservation laws 175(1)
Absorption and emission of photons 176(4)
The Mossbauer effect 180(3)
The photon rocket 183(1)
Creation of particles 184(7)
Scattering 191(6)
The Doppler effect revisited 197(8)
Problems 199(6)
More about relativistic dynamics 205(24)
An energy-momentum invariant and its use 205(3)
Lorentz transformations for energy and 208(5)
momentum
Four-vectors 213(1)
Force in relativistic mechanics 214(5)
Magnetic analysis of relativistic particles 219(2)
General force transformations; action and 221(8)
reaction
Problems 225(4)
Relativity and electricity 229(40)
Coulomb's law 231(1)
The magnetic force on a moving charge 232(2)
Introducing the relativistic approach 234(2)
The transformation of Coulomb's law 236(1)
The force on a stationary test charge 237(7)
The force on a moving test charge 244(6)
The field of a line distribution of charge 250(4)
The magnetic field and relativity 254(2)
The magnetic force on a moving charge due 256(3)
to a current-bearing wire
More about magnetic forces and Lorentz 259(3)
contractions
The force between current-bearing wires 262(2)
Units and systems of electric and magnetic 264(5)
measurement
Problems 267(2)
Epilogue 269(4)
A short bibliography 273(4)
Answers to problems 277(4)
Index 281
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