PHYSICS CLASSES

Introduction to Physics


1.1  Scope of Physics
1.2  Scientific Method
1.3  Scientific Measurement
1.4  Math Tools for Physics
1.5  Resolving Vectors into Components
1.6  Vector Addition
1.7  Graphical Methods of Vector Addition

2. Motion in One-Dimension


2.1  Position and Displacement
2.2  Average Velocity
2.3  Instantaneous Velocity
2.4  Average Acceleration
2.5  Uniform Acceleration
2.6  Displacement During Uniform Acceleration
2.7  Acceleration Due to Gravity
2.8  Position vs. Time Graphs
2.9  Velocity vs. Time Graphs

3. Forces and Newton's Laws of Motion


3.1  Weight
3.2  Friction
3.3  Connecting Newton's First and Second Laws
3.4  Newton's Third Law

4. Motion in Two-Dimensions


4.1  Gravitational Force and Inclined Planes
4.2  Projectile Motion for an Object Launched Horizontally
4.3  Projectile Motion for an Object Launched at an Angle

5. Circular Motion and Gravity


5.1  Circular Motion
5.2  Centripetal Force
5.3  Newton's Universal Law of Gravity
5.4  Orbital Motion
5.5  Kepler’s Laws of Planetary Motion
5.6  Einstein's Theory of Gravity

6. Conservation Laws


6.1  Momentum and Impulse
6.2  Conservation of Momentum in One Dimension
6.3  Conservation of Momentum in Two Dimensions
6.4  Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
6.5  Potential Energy
6.6  Kinetic Energy
6.7  Conservation of Energy

7. Simple Machines


7.1  Work
7.2  Machine
7.3  Power

8. Rotational Motion


8.1  Torque
8.2  Angular Momentum

9. Thermal Physics


9.1  Heat, Temperature, and Thermal Energy
9.2  Heat Transfer
9.3  Specific Heat
9.4  Calorimetry
9.5  Change of State

10. Fluids


10.1  Fluid Pressure
10.2  Archimedes' Law
10.3  Pascal's Law
10.4  Combined Gas Law
10.5  Universal Gas Law

11. Harmonic Motion and Waves


11.1  Simple Harmonic Motion
11.2  Transverse Wave
11.3  Longitudinal Wave
11.4  Wave Speed
11.5  Wave Interference

12. Sound


12.1  Sound Waves
12.2  Speed of Sound
12.3  Intensity and Loudness of Sound
12.4  Frequency and Pitch of Sound
12.5  Doppler Effect
12.6  Ultrasound

13. Electromagnetic Radiation


13.1  Electromagnetic Waves
13.2  Electromagnetic Spectrum
13.3  Light and Color
13.4  Wave-Particle Theory
13.5  Photoelectric Effect
13.6  Lasers
13.7  Single Slit Diffraction
13.8  Double Slit Diffraction

14. Optics


14.1  Reflection
14.2  Refraction
14.3  Total Internal Reflection
14.4  Plane Mirrors
14.5  Concave Mirrors
14.6  Convex Mirrors
14.7  Double Convex Lenses
14.8  Double Concave Lenses

15. Static Electricity


15.1  Electric Charge and Electric Force
15.2  Electric Fields
15.3  Coulomb’s Law

16. Electric Current


16.1  Voltage
16.2  Current
16.3  Chemical and Solar Cells
16.4  Ammeters and Voltmeters
16.5  Ohm's Law

17. Electric Circuits


17.1  Energy Transfer in Electric Circuits
17.2  Controlling Current in Electric Circuits
17.3  Series Circuits
17.4  Parallel Circuits
17.5  Combined Series-Parallel Circuits
17.6  Capacitors

18. Magnetism


18.1  Magnet
18.2  Magnetic Fields
18.3  Earth as a Magnet

19. Electromagnetism


19.1  Electromagnet
19.2  Electromotive Force
19.3  Electric Motor
19.4  Generator
19.5  Lenz's Law
19.6  Transformers

20. Modern Physics


20.1  Fundamental Particles
20.2  Atomic Forces
20.3  Bohr's Atomic Model
20.4  Quantum Mechanical Atomic Model
20.5  Quarks
20.6  Isotopes and Nuclear Stability
20.7  Radioactivity
20.8  Nuclear Reactions
20.9  Nuclear Reactors
20.10  Special Theory of Relativity
20.11  General Theory of Relativity













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