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INDEX TO THE FEYNMAN LECTURES ON PHYSICS AUDIO CDS

The Feynman Lectures on Physics is available in both book and audio CD form. The tracks in the audio CD do not appear in the original order given in the books, however. If you wish to listen to the audio CDs in their original order, you may refer to the index below, which shows the audio CD track on which each book lecture appears.

The book form of the Feynman Lectures on Physics is published by Addison-Wesley.

The audio CD is published by Perseus Books.

 Book  CD   
 Volume  Chapter  Volume  Disc  Title 
1
1
11
1
 Atoms in Motion 
1
2
1
1
 Basic Physics 
1
3
11
3
 The Relation of Physics to Other Sciences 
1
4
5
1
 Conservation of Energy 
1
5
9
1
 Time and Distance 
1
6
11
4
 Probability 
1
7
13
1
 The Theory of Gravitation 
1
8
5
2
 Motion 
1
9
5
3
 Newton's Laws of Dynamics 
1
10
5
4
 Conservation of Momentum 
1
11
9
2
 Vectors 
1
12
9
3
 Characteristics of Force 
1
13
5
5
 Work and Potential Energy (A) 
1
14
5
6
 Work and Potential Energy (Conclusion) 
1
15
13
2
 The Special Theory of Relativity 
1
16
13
3
 Relativistic Energy and Momentum 
1
17
9
4
 Space-Time 
1
18
9
5
 Rotation in Two Dimensions 
1
19
7
1
 Center of Mass, Moment and Inertia 
1
20
7
2
 Rotation in Space 
1
21
7
3
 The Harmonic Oscillator 
1
22
9
6
 Algebra 
1
23
-
-
 Resonance 
1
24
7
4
 Transients 
1
25
7
5
 Linear Systems and Review 
1
26
8
1
 Optics: The Principle of Least Time 
1
27
8
2
 Geometrical Optics 
1
28
8
3
 Electromagnetic Radiation 
1
29
8
4
 Interference 
1
30
8
5
 Diffraction 
1
31
8
6
 The Origin of the Refractive Index 
1
32
13
4
 Radiation Damping; Light Scattering 
1
33
19
5
 Polarization 
1
34
13
5
 Relativistic Effects in Radiation 
1
35
11
5
 Color Vision 
1
36
11
6
 Mechanisms of Seeing 
1
37
-
-
 Quantum Behavior 
1
38
20
1
 The Relation of Wave and Particle Viewpoints 
1
39
6
1
 The Kinetic Theory of Gases 
1
40
7
6
 The Principles of Statistical Mechanics 
1
41
6
2
 The Brownian Movement 
1
42
6
3
 Applications of Kinetic Theory 
1
43
6
4
 Diffusion 
1
44
6
5
 The Laws of Thermodynamics 
1
45
6
6
 Illustrations of Thermodynamics 
1
46
12
1
 Ratchet and Pawl 
1
47
12
2
 Sound; The Wave Equation 
1
48
12
3
 Beats 
1
49
12
4
 Modes 
1
50
12
5
 Harmonics 
1
51
12
6
 Waves 
1
52
2
1
 Symmetry in Physical Laws 
2
1
14
1
 Electromagnetism 
2
2
14
2
 Differential Calculus of Vector Fields 
2
3
14
3
 Vector Integral Calculus 
2
4
14
4
 Electrostatics 
2
5
14
5
 Applications of Gauss's Law 
2
6
14
6
 The Electric Field in Various Circumstances 
2
7
15
1
 The Electric Field in Various Circumstances (cont'd) 
2
8
15
2
 Electrostatic Energy 
2
9
15
3
 Electricity in the Atmosphere 
2
10
3
4
 Dielectrics 
2
11
3
5
 Inside Dielectrics 
2
12
15
4
 Electrostatic Analogs 
2
13
15
5
 Magnetostatics 
2
14
15
6
 The Magnetic Field in Various Situations 
2
15
16
1
 The Vector Potential 
2
16
16
2
 Induced Currents 
2
17
16
3
 The Laws of Induction 
2
18
16
4
 The Maxwell Equations 
2
19
19
6
 The Principle of Least Action 
2
20
16
5
 Solutions of Maxwell's Equations in Free Space 
2
21
16
6
 Solutions of Maxwell's Equations with Currents and Charges 
2
22
17
1
 AC Circuits 
2
23
17
2
 Cavity Resonators 
2
24
17
3
 Waveguides 
2
25
17
4
 Electrodynamics in Relativistic Notation 
2
26
17
5
 Lorentz Transformations of the Fields 
2
27
17
6
 Field Energy and Field Momentum 
2
28
20
2
 Electromagnetic Mass 
2
29
20
3
 The Motion of Charged Particles in Electric and Magnetic Fields 
2
30
3
1
 The Internal Geometry of Crystals 
2
31
18
1
 Tensors 
2
32
3
2
 Refractive Index of Dense Materials 
2
33
18
2
 Reflection from Surfaces 
2
34
3
6
 The Magnetism of Matter 
2
35
4
5
 Paramagnetism and Magnetic Resonance 
2
36
4
6
 Ferromagnetism 
2
37
18
3
 Magnetic Materials 
2
38
18
4
 Elasticity 
2
39
3
3
 Elastic Materials 
2
40
18
5
 The Flow of Dry Water 
2
41
18
6
 The Flow of Wet Water 
2
42
13
6
 Curved Space 
3
1
1
2
 Quantum Behavior 
3
2
1
3
 The Relation of Wave and Particle Viewpoints 
3
3
1
4
 Probability Amplitudes 
3
4
2
2
 Identical Particles 
3
5
1
5
 Spin One 
3
6
1
6
 Spin One-Half 
3
7
10
3
 The Dependence of Amplitudes on Time 
3
8
10
4
 The Hamiltonian Matrix 
3
9
19
1
 The Ammonia Maser 
3
10
19
2
 Other Two-State Systems 
3
11
19
3
 More Two-State Systems 
3
12
2
3
 The Hyperfine Splitting in Hydrogen 
3
13
4
1
 Propagation in a Crystal Lattice 
3
14
4
2
 Semiconductors 
3
15
4
3
 The Independent Particle Approximation 
3
16
10
5
 The Dependence of Amplitudes on Position 
3
17
2
4
 Symmetry and Conservation Laws 
3
18
19
4
 Angular Momentum 
3
19
2
5
 The Hydrogen Atom and the Periodic Table 
3
20
10
6
 Operators 
3
21
2
6
 The Schrödinger Equation in a Classical Context: A Seminar on Superconductivity 


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