Correspondence between Feynman Lectures in Books and Perseus Audio CDs
Book Perseus Volume Book Perseus Volume Book Perseus Volume
Vol. 1-1* 11 Vol. 1-43 6 Vol. 2-39 3
1-2* 1, 11 1-44 6 2-40 18
1-3* 11 1-45 6 2-41 18
1-4* 5 1-46 12 2-42 13,VB
1-5 (Sands) 9 1-47 12
1-6 (Sands) 11,VB*** 1-48 12 Vol. 3-1* 1, 10
1-7* 13,VB 1-49 12 3-2 1, 10, 20,VB
1-8 5 1-50 12 3-3 1
1-9 5 1-51 12 3-4 2
1-10 5 1-52 2 3-5 1
1-11 9 3-6 1
1-12 9 Vol. 2-1 14,VB 3-7 10
1-13 5 2-2 14 3-8 10
1-14 5 2-3 14 3-9 19
1-15 13 2-4 14 3-10 19
1-16 13 2-5 14 3-11 19
1-17 9 2-6 14 3-12 2
End of fall 1961 trimester. 2-7 15 3-13 4
** Three problem-solving lectures were given in Dec. 1961 but not included in red books or audio tapes. 2-8 15 3-14 4
2-9 15 3-15 4
2-10 3 3-16 10
1-18 9 2-11 3 3-17 2
1-19 7 2-12 15 3-18 19
1-20 7 2-13 15 3-19 2
** Special lecture on inertial guidance was given here but not included in red books or audio tapes. 2-14 15 3-20 10
2-15 16 3-21 2, 4,VB
2-16 16
1-21 7 2-17 16 * Also included in Six Easy Pieces
1-22 9 2-18 16
1-23 missing 2-19 19 Also included in Six Not-So-Easy Pieces
1-24 7 End of fall 1962 trimester.
1-25 7 2-20 16 ** Recently published in book form as Feynman's Tips on Physics.
1-26 8 2-21 16
1-27 8 2-22 17
1-28 8 2-23 17 I believe these QM lectures are the ones that were added in the third academic year (Spring 1964) as noted in Matt Sands' preface to Vol. 3.
1-29 8 2-24 17
1-30 8 2-25 17
1-31 8 2-26 17
1-32 13 2-27 17
1-33 19 2-28 20 ***VB = The Very Best of the Feynman Lectures
1-34 13 2-29 20
1-35 11 2-30 3
1-36 11 2-31 18
1-37 Same as Vol. 3-1 2-32 3
1-38 Same as Vol. 3-2 2-33 18
1-39 6 2-34 3
1-40 7 2-35 4
1-41 6 2-36 4
1-42 6 2-37 18
2-38 18