Free physics books are found on the web as frequently as birds are found in aquaria. Here are the best ones.
For learning physics for examinations, an excellent site is Hyperphysics at hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/hframe.html.
The high-quality electrodynamics text by Bo Thidé, Electromagnetic Field Theory, can be found at www.plasma.uu.se/CED/Book.
Two excellent introductory physics texts by Benjamin Crowell, Simple Nature and Light and Matter, a textbook on calculus and a textbook on general relativity can be downloaded at www.lightandmatter.com.
A text on quantum mechanics that uses Schwinger's approach, Quantum Principles and Particles by Walter Wilcox, as well as some other physics texts, can be downloaded at homepages.baylor.edu/open_text/.
The extensive Encyclopedia of Earth, covering geology, geography, ecology, biology, paleontology and much more, written by many professional authors, is available at www.eoearth.org.
A list of internet links to physics lecture notes and to a large spectrum of physics information can be found in Appendix C: Sources of information on motion in the first volume of the Motion Mountain physics text.
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