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Physics NYA By John Abbott
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This textbook contains a subset of OpenStax "University Physics" for the 203-NYA Mechanics course at John Abbott College
Physics NYC By OpenStax
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This is a subsection of the OpenStax "University Physics" textbook for the John Abbott College course 203-NYC
Physics in Theory By Becky Brasfield
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One of the greatest challenges in modern physics is to successfully unify general relativity and quantum mechanics. It is believed that if these two seemingly incompatible theories can be unified,... More > then that theory will explain all the behavior in the known universe. Physics in Theory outlines a unified theory in physics. What is the causal process of matter? What experiment provides empirical support for the unified theory? Is the unified theory a theory of everything? The following project answers these questions as it forwards a unified theory.< Less
Physics (Physica) By Aristotle
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The Physics of Aristotle is one of the foundational books of Western science and philosophy. It is a collection of treatises or lessons that deal with the most general (philosophical) principles of... More > natural or moving things, both living and non-living, rather than physical theories (in the modern sense) or investigations of the particular contents of the universe. The chief purpose of the work is to discover the principles and causes of (and not merely to describe) change, or movement, or motion (kinesis), especially that of natural wholes (mostly living things, but also inanimate wholes like the cosmos).< Less
Quantum Physics By Ian Appelbaum
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These handwritten notes are based on lectures delivered during the Spring semesters of 2012 and 2016 in the advanced undergraduate courses PHYS401 and PHYS402 (Quantum Physics I & II) at the... More > University of Maryland, College Park. The primary objective of these courses is to introduce students to the canonical elements of quantum mechanics: wave-particle duality, the Schrodinger equation, bound states and scattering in one dimension, central potentials and the hydrogen atom, Dirac formalism including quantum states as vectors in Hilbert space, spin and spectroscopy, multi-particle systems, the periodic table, and several approximation methods such as perturbation theory, variational principle, etc.< Less
Physic Book By Luiza Abrams
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AN ASTRAL READER’S AFFAIRS WITH GOD Everyone at some time in their life would like to get some advice with their earthly problems, so we go around asking this professional and that person and... More > still the problems continue. We have forgotten how to look within. Even then, it takes too long to hear what the answers are. Well folks, that’s where Astral Readers come in. We read your Astral or Life’s Record and have an Affair with the Universe to help sort things out. That is what this book is all about. A good Astral Reader, can pull up your records and check your path, all with the help of your sub-conscious mind and the Great I AM who is intimately and forever aware of your affairs, and willing to assist any seeker. It’s not just your love life, it’s your career, your family, your animals, your life, your business, events, situations – the seen and unseen - that can be looked at and sorted out to assist your progression through life.< Less
Astroparticle physics By Alessandro De Angelis
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One of the new frontiers of fundamental physics is the field called astroparticle physics, joining astrophysics and elementary particle physics. In particular the gamma-ray sky at high-energy (above... More > the MeV) unveils the nature of fundamental astrophysical phenomena, and opens a window on new physics, possibly including the nature of dark matter. This book collects the slides and some extra material presented in the course on astroparticle physics held for the PhD in Astronomy and for the PhD in Physics at the University of Padova in the Academical Year 2016/17. This course introduces such an interdisciplinary subject, providing students with the tools needed to understand current problems, read a modern article in the field, and analyze the data from a leading high-energy telescope - which are, as usual for NASA, public. Some basics links related to neutrino astrophysics and to the recent field of astrophysics with gravitational waves are also provided.< Less
Quantum Physics By Jared Hendricks
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What does it mean to study the smallest particles known to man? How does science measure the smallest particles in the world, such as atoms, protons, neutrons and electrons? What is ether and how... More > did it become a source of debate in the scientific community? Studying the smallest particles known to man can be exciting work. This study of the world on the molecular level, particularly matter and energy, is the realm of Quantum Physics. Scientists use mathematical equations to help them explain the behavior of matter and energy within the Universe. If you have a curiosity about the world of Quantum Physics, but thought the science textbooks would be too much to absorb, this book is for you. With an overview of what Quantum Physics is, historical background into the scientists who created many of the theories that make up Quantum Physics, and a look at a few of those theories.< Less
Networks in Physics Education Research - A Theoretical, Methodological, and Didactical Exploration Study By Department of Science Education University of Copenhagen
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Doctoral dissertation by Jesper Bruun. One of the central problems in physics education research is to understand, describe, and design processes that allow students to learn physics. Quantitative... More > descriptions of learning processes may support understanding and designing teaching and learning in physics education. However, in order to interpret and use quantitative descriptions, they need to be continuously developed in dialogue with qualitative descriptions to produce meaningful explanations. In this project, networks are explored as a way of providing quantitative descriptions that can be used in this manner. In particular, this dissertation explores how the physics of networks and social network analysis can be integrated with cognitive and social constructivist learning perspectives to investigate learning in physics.< Less
Universities Asleep at the Switch: A Fresh Look at Quantum Physics (Enlarged Text Edition) By Daniel P. Fitzpatrick, Jr.
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ENLARGED TEXT EDITION Learn why future science will prove that “Binary stars of the same mass must have opposite spins,” and scores of other insights about the nature of the physical... More > universe... Quarks are the smallest phenomena from which our universe is built. Galaxies are the largest. Can the dances of the stars and rotation of the tiniest atomic structures all be governed by one set of rules? Today’s colleges and universities say no, but in this book Daniel P. Fitzpatrick envisions unified answers to everything that makes our universe tick — and what it means to human beings in the middle of it all. < Less

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