- Permittivity of substance according to elementary theory of dispersion: $$\varepsilon = 1+\sum_limits_{k}\\frac{n_k e^2/m\varepsilon_0}{\oega^2_{0k}-\omega^2,$$ where $n_k$ is the concentration of electrons of natural frequency $\omega_{0k}$.
- Relation between refractive index and permittivity of substance:$$n = \sqrt{\varepsilon}.$$
- Phase velocity $v$ and group velocity $u$: $$v=\omega/k, u=d\omega/dk.$$
- Rayleigh's formula: $$u=v=\lambda\frac{dv}{d\lambda}.$$
- Attenuation of a narrow beam of electromagnetic radiation: $$I=I_0e^{-\mu d},$$ where $\mu = \varkappa+\varkappa^\prime, \mu, \varkappa, \varkappa^\prime$ are the coefficients of linear attenuation, absorption and scattering.

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- Part 1: Physical Fundamentals of Mechanics
- Kinematics
- The Fundamental Equation of Dynamics
- Laws of Conservation of Energy, Momentum, and Angular Momentum
- Universal Gravitation
- Dynamics of a Solid Body
- Elastic Deformations of a Solid Body
- Hydrodynamics
- Relativistic Mechanics
- Part 2: Thermodynamics & Molecular Physics
- Equation of the Gas State. Processes
- The First Law of Thermodynamics. Heat Capacity
- Kinetic Theory of Gases. Boltzmann's Law and Maxwell's Distribution
- The Second Law of Thermodynamics. Entropy
- Liquids. Capillary Effects
- Phase Transformations
- Transport Phenomena
- Part 3: Electrodynamics
- Constant electric field in vacuum
- Conductors and dielectrics in an electric field
- Electric capacitance energy of an electric field
- Electric current
- Constant magnetic field, magnetics
- Electromagnetic induction, Maxwell's equations
- Motion of charged particles in electric and magnetic fields
- Part 4: Oscillations and Waves
- Mechanical oscillations
- Electric oscillations
- Elastic waves, Acoustic
- Electromagnetic waves, radiation
- Part 5: Optics
- Photometry and Geometrical Optics
- Interference of light
- Diffraction of light
- Polarization of Light
- Dispersion and Absorption of Light
- Optics of Moving Sources
- Thermal Radiation. Quantum Nature of Light
- Part 6: Atomic and Nuclear Physics

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