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## APP2 Physics Topics Based Framework

## Table of Contents

If you want to jump to different topics, you can use Find [cntl] [f] to find the topic on this page or use the Table of Contents on the right.

Remember the APP1 & APP2 page states the Big Ideas & Science Practices. The LOs are helpful, but it is very important to include the big ideas, essential knowledge statements, and science practices as stated on the APP1 & APP2 page.

## AP PHYSICS 2

## TOPICS AND LEARNING OBJECTIVES

## ELECTRIC FORCE, FIELD AND POTENTIAL

GIANCOLI (7e): Chapter 16 (16-1 through 16-9) and Chapter 17 (17-1 through 17-6)

ETKINA: Chapter 14 (14-1 through 14-6) and Chapter 15 (15-1 through 15-5)

KNIGHT (3e): Chapter 20 (20-1 through 20-6); Chapter 21 (21-1 through 21-5)

CUTNELL (9e): Chapter 18 (18-1 through 18-8) and Chapter 19 (19-1 through 19-4)

SERWAY (10e): Chapter 15 (15-1 through 15-6) and Chapter 16 (16-1 through 16-4)

WALKER (4e): Chapter 19 (19-1 through 19-6); Chapter 20 (20-1 through 20-4)

## ELECTRIC CIRCUITS

GIANCOLI (7e): Chapter 17 (17-7); Chapter 18 (18-1 through 18-5); Chapter 19 (19-1 through 19-6)

ETKINA: Chapter 16 (16-1 through 16-10) RC Circuits are NOT covered in this textbook. Supplement from another book.

KNIGHT (3e): Chapter 21 (21-7 through 21-8); Chapter 22 (22-1 through 22-6); Chapter 23 (23-1 through 23-7)

CUTNELL (9e): Chapter 19 (19-5); Chapter 20 (20-1 through 20-13)

SERWAY (10e): Chapter 16 (16-6 through 16-9); Chapter 17 (17-1 through 17-6); Chapter 18 (18-1 through 18-5)

WALKER (4e): Chapter 20 (20-5); Chapter 21 (21-1 through 21-7)

## MAGNETISM AND ELECTROMAGNETIC INDUCTION

GIANCOLI (7e): Chapter 20 (20-1 through 20-6 and 20-10 through 20-12 (hysteresis is not required); Chapter 21 (21-1 through 21-4)

ETKINA: Chapter 17 (17-1 through 17-8) Chapter 18 (18-1 through 18-8)

KNIGHT (3e): Chapter 24 (24-1 through 24-6 and 24-8); Chapter 25 (25-1 through 25-4)

CUTNELL (9e): Chapter 21 (21-1 through 21-5, 21-7 and 21-9); Chapter 22 (22-1 through 22-7)

SERWAY (10e): Chapter 19 (19-1 through 19-10); Chapter 20 (20-1 through 20-4)

WALKER (4e): Chapter 22 (22-1 through 22-4 and 22-8); Chapter 23 (23-1 through 23-6)

## THERMODYNAMICS

GIANCOLI (7e): Chapter 13 (13-1 through 13-3, 13-5 through 13-9); Chapter 14 (14-1 through 14-2, 14-6 through 14-8); Chapter 15 (15-1 through 15-2, 15-4 and 15-7 through 15-10 (qualitative))

ETKINA: Chapter 9 (9-1 through 9-7) Chapter 12 (12-1 through 12-3, 12-7)Chapter 13 (13-1 through 13-3)

KNIGHT (3e): Chapter 11 (11-1, 11-3 through 11-4, 11-7 through 11-8); Chapter 12 (12-1 through 12-3 and 12-8)

CUTNELL (9e): Chapter 12 (12-6); Chapter 13 (13-1 through 13-3); Chapter 14 (14-1 through 14-3); Chapter 15 (15-1 through 15-5, 15-7)

SERWAY (10e): Chapter 10 (10-1, 10-4 through 10-5); Chapter 11 (11-1 and 11-5); Chapter 12 (12-1 through 12-3, 12-5)

WALKER (4e): Chapter 16 (16.6); Chapter 17 (17-1 through 17-2); Chapter 18 (18-1 through 18-3, 18-5)

## FLUIDS

GIANCOLI (7e): Chapter 10 (10-2 through 10-5, 10-7 through 10-10)

ETKINA: Chapter 10 (10-1 through 10-3, 10-5 through 10-7); Chapter 11 (11-1 through 11-5)

KNIGHT (3e): Chapter 13 (13-1 through 13-6)

CUTNELL (9e): Chapter 11 (11-1 through 11-10)

SERWAY (10e): Chapter 9 (9-2 through 9-7)

WALKER (4e): Chapter 15 (15-1 through 15-8)

## GEOMETRIC AND PHYSICAL OPTICS

GIANCOLI (7e): Chapter 11 (11-7 through 11-9);Chapter 17 (17-7); Chapter 22 (22-2 through 22-3, 22-5 through 22-6); Chapter 23 (23-1 through 23-8); Chapter 24 (24-1, 24-3, 24-5 through 24-6 and 24-8)

ETKINA: Chapter 20 (20-1); Chapter 21 (21-1 through 21-5 and 21-7); Chapter 22 (22-1 through 22-7); Chapter 23 (23-1 through 23-5)

KNIGHT (3e): Chapter 15 (15-1); Chapter 17 (17-1 through 17-5); Chapter 18 (18-1 through 18-7)

CUTNELL (9e): Chapter 16 (16-1 through 16-3); Chapter 24 (24-1 through 24-4 and 24-6); Chapter 25 (25-1 through 25-7); Chapter 26 (26-1 through 26-4 and 26-6 through 26-8); Chapter 27 (27-1 through27-3, 27.5 and 27-7)

SERWAY (10e): Chapter 13 (13-7 through 13-8); Chapter 22 (22-1 through 22-3, 22-7); Chapter 23 (23-1 through 23-4 and 23-6); Chapter 24 (24-1 through 24-4, 24-6 through 24-9)

WALKER (4e): Chapter 14 (14-1); Chapter 25 (25-1 through 25-5); Chapter 26 (26-1 through 26-7); Chapter 28 (28-1 through 28-4 and 28-6)

## QUANTUM PHYSICS, ATOMIC AND NUCLEAR PHYSICS

GIANCOLI (7e): Chapter 26 (26-2 and 26-9); Chapter 27 (27-1 through 27-8); Chapter 27 (27-10 through 27-13 and 27-6); Chapter 28 (28-1 through 28-5); Chapter 30 (30-1 through 30-8); Chapter 31 (31-1 through 31-3)

ETKINA: Chapter 25 (25-2); Chapter 26 (26-1 through 26-6); Chapter 27 (27-1 through 27-3 and 27-6); Chapter 28 (28-1 through 28-4, 28-6 through 28-7)

KNIGHT (3e): Chapter 27 (27-1 through 27-3); Chapter 28 (28-1 through 28-6); Chapter 29 (29-1 through 29-4 and 29-7); Chapter 30 (30-1 through 30-5)

CUTNELL (9e): Chapter 28 (28-2); Chapter 29 (29-1 through 29-5); Chapter 30 (30-1 through 30-4 and 27-6); Chapter 31 (31-1 through 31-4)

SERWAY (10e): Chapter 26 (26-1 and 26-3); Chapter 27 (27-1 through 27-7); Chapter 28 (28-1 through 28-3); Chapter 29 (29-1 through 29-4), Chapter 30 (30-1 through 30-2 and 30-6)

WALKER (4e): Chapter 29 (29-1); Chapter 30 (30-1 through 30-5); Chapter 31 (31-1 through 31-4 and 31-7);

Chapter 32 (32-1 through 32-6)