A Review of Undergraduate Physics This book presents a clear summary of most of the material covered in an American undergraduate program in physics. It should be especially useful to: Graduate students, or advanced undergraduates, who are preparing to take a comprehensive physics examination. Physicists and physics students who want a concise, unified treatment of the basic ideas and methods of physics. Engineers and physical scientists who would like to see more advanced treatments of the concepts they encountered in their undergraduate physics courses.There are six chapters: mechanics, relativity, electricity and magnetism, optics, quantum mechanics and thermal physics. In each, the important physical ideas are applied to the solution of problems at the level of first-year graduate qualifying exams. Additional problems (with brief answers) are given at the end of each chapter. New Wiley Titles Valuable Additions for your Professional Library Brandt / Dahmen: The Picture Book of Quantum Mechanics, 306pp, 1985 Callen: Thermodynamics and an Introduction to Thermostatistics 2nd, 493pp, 1985 Kittel: Introduction to Solid State Physics, 6th, 565pp, 1986 Klein / Furtak: Optics, 2nd, 720pp, 1986 Nayfeh / Brussel: Electricity and Magnetism, 619pp, 1985 Stubbins: Essential Electronics, 480pp, 1986Bayman, Benjamin F. is the author of 'Review of Undergraduate Physics' with ISBN 9780471816843 and ISBN 0471816841.