The Feynman Lectures On Physics

Feynman • Leighton • Sands

The Feynman Lectures Website and Caltech are pleased to present this online edition of The Feynman Lectures on Physics.  Now, anyone with internet access and a web browser can enjoy reading a high-quality up-to-date copy of Feynman's legendary lectures.  This edition has been designed for ease of reading on devices of any size or shape; text, figures and equations can all be zoomed without degradation.1

Volume I

mainly mechanics, radiation and heat

Volume II

mainly electromagnetism and matter

Volume III

quantum mechanics

For comments or questions about this edition please contact Michael Gottlieb.

Richard Feynman talking with a teaching assistant after the lecture on The Dependence of Amplitudes on Time, Robert Leighton and Matthew Sands in background,  April 29, 1963.

Photograph by Tom Harvey. Copyright © California Institute of Technology.

 


Contributions from many parties have enabled and benefitted the creation of the HTML edition of The Feynman Lectures on Physics. We wish to thank

  • Carver Mead, for his warm encouragement and generous financial support, without which this edition would have been impossible,

  • Thomas Kelleher and Basic Books, for their open-mindedness in allowing this edition to be published free of charge,

  • Adam Cochran, for tying up the many slippery loose ends that needed to come together in order for this edition to be realized,

  • Alan Rice for his steadfast enthusiasm for this project, and for rallying the support of Caltech's Division of Physics Math and Astronomy,

  • Michael Hartl and Evan Dorn, for their contributions to converting the FLP LaTeX manuscript into HTML.


 

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Michael A. Gottlieb, and Rudolf Pfeiffer