The study of Modern
Physics is the study of the enormous revolution in our view of the physical
universe that began just prior to 1900. Topics covered includes: Galilean
transformations, The Quantum Theory of Light, Special Relativity, Relativity :
Mass, Energy and Momentum.
This lecture note
covers the following topics: Motion in one dimension and Vectors, Motion in two
and three dimensions and Force and Motion, Work and Kinetic Energy, Potential
Energy and Conservation of Energy, Center of Mass and Linear Momentum, Rotation,
Torque and Angular Momentum, Equilibrium and Elasticity, Gravitation,
Oscillations, Waves and Sound, Temperature, Heat and the First Law of
Covered topics: Introduction and Old
Relativity,Maxwell EM Waves and Ether, Length, Coordinates, and Transformations,
Doppler, Twins, Momentum, Force, Energy, Fission,General Relativity,Bohr Atom
and Electron Waves, Wave Functions, Probability, Schrodinger and Particle in
Box, Hydrogen Atom, From Electron Spin to Periodic Table, Diatomic Molecules,
Molecules and Solids, Solids and Nuclei, Radiation Measures, Particles and
book covers the following topics: Dual Nature of Light and Matter, Atomic Models and Spectra, Famous
Experiments: Michelson-Morley, Famous Discoveries: Bohr Model, Energy-Level
Diagrams, Famous Discoveries: de Broglie Matter Waves, The Compton Effect and
The Discovery of the Neutron, The Franck-Hertz Experiment, The Photoelectric
Effect, Nuclear Reaction.
This note covers the following topics: Pre-Newtonian
physics, Galileo's observations, Speed, and accleration, Momentum, Newton's
Laws, Law of Gravity, Work and Energy, Potential Energy and Power, EM Waves,
electricity, Relativity of Time and Space, Energy and Relativity, Radioactive
Decay and String Theory.
This note will discuss the purpose of science and
the general framework of the scientific method, which forms the basis of the
adoption and rejection of any theory in science. Topics covered includes:
Motion, Forces and Newton's Laws, Work and Energy, Rotational Motion, Gravity,
Fluids, Heat, Electricity and Magnetism, Light, Special Relativity, Quantum
Theory, Earth and other Planets, Stars, Galaxies, and the Universe.