This book is the third revised color edition. It is a set of very good high school physics knowledge structure diagrams summarized by the author based on decades of teaching experience. The whole book makes in-depth analysis, high-level generalization, meticulous arrangement of the content of each part of high school physics, and the memorable words are catchy, with rich pictures and texts, and the image is intuitive and easy to remember.
This book implements the new curriculum standards and integrates the new textbooks. It can be used as a standing teaching guide for teachers and students in high schools, middle schools, and various vocational schools.
Both pictures and texts, deepen understanding, deep understanding, and memory;
A physics study reference book that is loved by high school students.
Scientific induction, integration, understanding and memory, and remarkable results.
About the author
Wei Zixin, male, Han nationality, was born in 1942. Joined the Communist Party of China in 1984. College degree. Senior teacher of middle school, member of Chinese Physical Society.
Participated in education in 1962. Since 1977, he has served as a senior high school physics teacher and leader of the physics teaching and research group at Zuoyun No. 1 Middle School in Shanxi Province.
In 1992, after retiring early due to illness, he continued to retire. He has been dedicated to the education front in Datong and is now a physics teacher in the senior high school of Zuoyun Comprehensive Technical School in Shanxi Province. On March 9, 2008, he retired and returned home for the second time.
First, the balance of force objects
Second, linear motion
3, Newton's law of motion
Four. The law of universal gravitation in curved motion
Five. Mechanical energy
Seven. Mechanical movement
Eight. Mechanical wavesp>
10. Electric field
11. Constant current
12. Magnetic field
13 , Electromagnetic induction
14. Alternating current
15. Electromagnetic field and electromagnetic wave
16. Light propagation
10 Seven, the volatility of light
18. Preliminary quantum mechanics
19. Atomic nucleus
20. Introduction to the theory of relativity