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Zeno's Paradox

Zeno's Paradox

Zeno's Paradox. The hare and the tortoise decide to race. Since I run twice as fast as you do, I will give you a half mile head start. Thanks! . ½ . ¼ . ½ . ¼ . The hare quickly reaches the turtle’s starting point – but in that same time The turtle moves ¼ mile ahead. ½ .

By jacob
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Chapter-1 Physics The Fundamental Science

Chapter-1 Physics The Fundamental Science

Chapter-1 Physics The Fundamental Science. Chapter-1 Physics The Fundamental Science. 1 The Scientific Enterprise 2 The Scope of Physics 3 The Role of Measurement and Mathematics in Physics 4 Physics and Everyday Phenomena 5 How to Use the Features of This Book.

By albert
(344 views)

From the largest … to the smallest Fundamental length scales: The Planck length

From the largest … to the smallest Fundamental length scales: The Planck length

Length Scales. From the largest … to the smallest Fundamental length scales: The Planck length Nanometer length scale: Nanotechnology. Ch. 2.4, 2.5. Universe (observable part). 10 27. Exponent. 10 27 = 1000000000000000000000000000 (27 zeros).

By kasen
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Mechanics: “Classical Mechanics”

Mechanics: “Classical Mechanics”

Mechanics: “Classical Mechanics”. Classical Physics: Foundation of pure & applied macroscopic physics & engineering! Newton’s Laws + Boltzmann’s Statistical Mechanics (& Thermodynamics): Describe most of macroscopic world! However, at high speeds ( v ~ c ): Need

By hall
(238 views)

Physics for Scientists and Engineers

Physics for Scientists and Engineers

Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Introduction and Chapter 1 – Physics and Measurements. Physics. Fundamental Science Concerned with the fundamental principles of the Universe Foundation of other physical sciences Has simplicity of fundamental concepts. Introduction. Physics, cont.

By jude
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Classical Physics

Classical Physics

Classical Physics. Introduction to Physics Textbook: Physics for Computer Science Students, by N. Garcia, A. Damask, and S. Schwarz, 2nd, 1998. Chapter One. Physical Quantities. Physical Quantities. In physics two fundamental processes are involved:

By haig
(299 views)

Physics

Physics

Physics . What is Physics?. What do you think of when you hear the word “physics”? What does “physics” mean to you?. What is Physics? .

By sage
(385 views)

Midterm results will be posted downstairs (by the labs) this afternoon No office hours today

Midterm results will be posted downstairs (by the labs) this afternoon No office hours today

Midterm results will be posted downstairs (by the labs) this afternoon No office hours today. What’s coming up???. Oct 25 The atmosphere, part 1 Ch. 8 Oct 27 Midterm … No lecture Oct 29 The atmosphere, part 2 Ch. 8 Nov 1 Light, blackbodies, Bohr Ch. 9

By eyad
(100 views)

Chapter 7 : Periodicity and Modern Atomic Theory

Chapter 7 : Periodicity and Modern Atomic Theory

Chapter 7 : Periodicity and Modern Atomic Theory. Part 2 AP Chemistry. Chapter 7 : Periodicity and Modern Atomic Theory. THE BIRTH OF QUANTUM MECHANICS. Quantum Mechanics.

By lobo
(205 views)

Introduction

Introduction

Introduction. “Physics ” comes from the ancient Greek word for nature Physics is defined as the study of matter, energy, and the interactions between them; in other words, it’s the study of everything All other sciences rely on the fundamental ideas of physics. What do we do in physics?.

By niabi
(190 views)

Chapter-1 Physics The Fundamental Science

Chapter-1 Physics The Fundamental Science

Chapter-1 Physics The Fundamental Science. Chapter-1 Physics The Fundamental Science. 1 The Scientific Enterprise 2 The Scope of Physics 3 The Role of Measurement and Mathematics in Physics 4 Physics and Everyday Phenomena 5 How to Use the Features of This Book.

By lydia
(256 views)

MODULE 5

MODULE 5

MODULE 5. HERMITICITY, ORTHOGONALITY, AND THE SPECIFICATION OF STATES we have stated that we need Hermitian operators because their eigenvalues are real This is so they can be related to experimentally determined observables (always real )

By tegan
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The Downfall of Classical Physics

The Downfall of Classical Physics

The Downfall of Classical Physics. Niels Bohr – Quantum Mechanics. Niels Bohr applies Quantum Mechanics to Rutherford’s model and proposes that electrons are located around the nucleus in energy levels. . The Rise of Quantum Physics.

By oded
(153 views)

A Course in Consciousness

A Course in Consciousness

A Course in Consciousness. This is a course in questioning and in seeing, not in believing. Question everything (but not necessarily in class)! Believe nothing! See directly!. Why are we dissatisfied with life?. We feel separate from our thoughts, feelings, and body sensations.

By miller
(72 views)

Elementary Particles in the theory of relativity

Elementary Particles in the theory of relativity

Elementary Particles in the theory of relativity. Section 15. The field was first conceived by Faraday to explain action at a distance. In classical physics, the field is a convenience for describing interactions between particles

By chance
(139 views)

Physics for Scientists and Engineers

Physics for Scientists and Engineers

Physics for Scientists and Engineers. Introduction and Chapter 1 – Physics and Measurements. Physics. Fundamental Science Concerned with the fundamental principles of the Universe Foundation of other physical sciences Has simplicity of fundamental concepts. Introduction. Physics, cont.

By tad
(573 views)

Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology. What is nanotechnology?. Extra info: A nanometre is a billionth of a metre. That’s half of the diameter of a strand of DNA !. The engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale Building machines on the scale of molecules – a few nanometres wide

By ayla
(128 views)

Lecture 4. Particle properties of waves

Lecture 4. Particle properties of waves

v / c. Relativistic mechanics, El.-Mag. (1905). Relativistic quantum mechanics (1927-). Lecture 4. Particle properties of waves. Classical physics. Quantum mechanics (1920’s-). h / s. S – the action=momentum  distance, units g  cm 2 /s. Outline: Light: waves vs. particles

By tayte
(132 views)

Lecture 15

Lecture 15

Quantum Theory of Light. Matter Waves. Photoelectric effect Photons De Broglie Waves Uncertainty Principle. Lecture 15. Modern and Classical Physics. Classical physics treats particles and waves as different aspects of the reality.

By bat
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Lecture 16: Bohr Model of the Atom

Lecture 16: Bohr Model of the Atom

Lecture 16: Bohr Model of the Atom. Reading: Zumdahl 12.3, 12.4 Outline Emission spectrum of atomic hydrogen. The Bohr model. Extension to higher atomic number. Photon Emission. System drops from a higher energy level to a lower one by spontaneously emitting a photon.

By fergus
(193 views)

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