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Why quantum physics? History of quantum physics in a nutshell. From photoelectric effect and Compton scattering. physics, science, quantum, thermodynamics, mechanics, classical physics, history of science
Fajrul Falah saved to Physics
For some strange reason people I know have told me that I need to try Quantum medicine so I may get rid of my health issues. I am NO expert on Quantum Theory, nor could I be considered even an amat…
Simon Normand saved to Maths & The Sciences
The universe set the rules, Maxwell collected them, and we put them on a shirt.
SAT Physics Subject Test - Practice Test 1 Do not use a calculator. To simplify numerical calculations, use g= 10 m/s 2 . PART A Direc...
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This collection of exercises, compiled for talented high school students, encourages creativity and a deeper understanding of ideas when solving physics problems. Described as ''far beyond high-school level'', this book grew out of the idea that teaching should not aim for the merely routine, but challenge pupils and stretch their ability through creativity and thorough comprehension of ideas. | 300 Creative Physics Problems With Solutions by László Holics Paperback | Indigo Chapters
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"Scotty!" barked Captain Kirk, "we need more power!" "I don' know, Cap'n!" replied Scotty, "we're on impulse engines alone!" This classic exchange comes from the Star Trek series. It takes place in the 23'rd century, a time when there is warp-drive technology. In this post we work out the mathematics and describe the physics behind warp drive. What exactly is warp drive? According to the series, it is powered by dilithium crystals. Warp drive pulls the starship's destination closer and…
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A map of everything we know about physics and how it all relates to each other. If you would like, you can buy a poster version here: store.dftba.com/collections/domain-of-science/products/ma... or store.dftba.com/collections/domain-of-science or here: www.redbubble.com/people/dominicwalliman/works/24105984-t... And this image came from an explainer animation video I made in which I go into more details: www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZihywtixUYo
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