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It consists of 2 major parts: Dynamics by Dr Nopdanai Ajavakom This note covers the following topics: This note covers the following Topics includes: As the title implies, it is the story of human evolution in the cosmic sense of the word. The Standard Model of Particle Physics. David Murdock Pages.
The book starts with relevant scientific fundamentals and progresses through an exploration of the solar system, stars, galaxies and cosmology.
Also builds student understanding through the use of relevant analogies, clear and non-technical explanations, and rich illustrations. Author s: An Introduction to Astronomy by Helen Johnston. This astronomy note introduces you to the wonders of modern astronomy. From the Solar System to the most distant galaxies, we undertake an eye-opening journey, from how stars work to the structure of the universe itself.
Physics of Atoms and Molecules. This note covers the following topics: Planck's energy distribution law, Relation between Einstein coe cients, Waves and particles, Schrodinger equation, Particle in a box, Ground state of the hydrogen atom, Harmonic oscillator 1-D, Hydrogen atom and central forces, Interaction of atoms with electromagnetic radiation, Spin of the electron.
Atomic and Molecular Physics by Bhas Bapat. Molecular Biophysics. Introduction to biophysics. This introductory note on biophysics introduces the principles of electrical excitability of cell membranes, which form the basis of all information processing in the nervous system. Topics covered includes: Chemical Physics Cornell University. Underscreening in concentrated electrolytes, Automated construction of molecular active spaces from atomic valence orbitals, Ab-initio photoelectron spectroscopy of molecular nitrogen in short laser pulses, Rotational state-selection and alignment of chiral molecules by electrostatic hexapoles, Path integral molecular dynamics with surface hopping for thermal equilibrium sampling of nonadiabatic systems, Stability of non-convex gradient dynamics from the perspective of multiscale non-equilibrium thermodynamics.
Physical Chemistry. This note explains the following topics: Classical Mechanics by Radovan Dermisek. This note describes the following topics: Introduction to Computational Physics by University of Heidelberg.
Computational Physics by Peter Young.
This note is intended to be of interest to students in other science and engineering departments as well as physics. This note assumes that you can write a simple program in one of the following languages: Condensed Matter Physics Notes. The goal of this note is to survey various ground states of condensed matter, many particle systems, explore their excitations and concomitant properties.
Models, hamiltonians and symmetries, Periodic potentials or tight-binding models, Many particles, second quantization and field theoretic formulation, Metals and insulators, Physics of metals: Soft Condensed Matter. Numerical methods for conservation laws and related equations.
These notes present numerical methods for conservation laws and related time dependent nonlinear partial differential equations. The focus is on both simple scalar problems as well as multi dimensional systems. Lecture Notes on Hyperbolic Conservation Laws.
These notes provide an introduction to the theory of hyperbolic systems of conservation laws in one space dimension. Basic Continuum Mechanics. This note will create a much more stable basis for continued work or study in the field of mechanics of continua, be they solid or fluid. Vectors and second order tensors, Change of coordinates, Higher order tensors, Derivatives, Analysis of small deformations, Kinematics, The dynamic equations of continuum mechanics, Elastic materials, Isotropic linearly elastic solids, Compatibility and Plane elasticity, Variational principles, Newtonian fluids and Elastic fluids.
Tensor calculus, Tensor algebra, Tensor analysis, Kinematics, Rates of kinematic quantities, Gradients of kinematic quantities, Balance equations, Concept of mass flux, Concept of stress, Balance of mass, Balance of linear momentum, Balance of angular momentum, Balance of energy, Constitutive equations, Linear constitutive equations.
Dynamics by Dr Nopdanai Ajavakom. Dynamics by James Sparks. Newtonian mechanics, Forces and dynamics, Motion in one dimension, Motion in higher dimensions, Constrained systems, The Kepler problem, Systems of particles, Rotating frames and rigid bodies.
Electricity And Magnetism Material. This lecture note explains the following topics: Theory of Magnetism. The Bohr-van Leeuwen theorem, The electron spin and magnetic moment, ipole-dipole interaction, Magnetism of free atoms and ions, Magnetic ions in crystals, Exchange interactions between local spins, The Heisenberg model, Mean-field theory for magnetic insulators, The paramagnetic phase of magnetic insulators, Excitations in the ordered state: Electrodynamics by Natalie Holzwarth.
Electrostatic energy calculations, Poisson equation and Green's theorm, Green's functions for cartesian coordinates, Method of images, Cylindrical and spherical geometries, Multipole analysis of charge distributions, Dipoles and dielectrics, Magnetostatics, Maxwells equations, Electromagnetic energy and force, Dynamic dielectric media and their effects, Radiation from moving charges and Special Theory of Relativity.
Lecture Notes for Electrodynamics. Vectors and vector calculus, Multidimensional integration, Dirac delta, Special functions, Overview of fields, Maxwell equations in free space, The Wave, Electrostatics, Multipole expansion, Conductors, Laplace equation in a semi-infinite stripe, Dielectrics, Magnetostatics, Energy in magnetic field, Maxwell Equations.
Fluid Mechanics Lecture Notes by M. Differences between fluid and solid, Differences between gas and liquid, Types of fluids, Physical properties, Fluid statics, Pressure Measurement, Buoyancy - principles, Units and Dimensions, Similitude and model studies, Fluid flow, Boundary layer, Flow of incompressible fluid in pipes, Compressible fluid flow, Closed channel flow measurement, Flow past immersed bodies, Packed Towers, Fluidization, Transportation of fluids, Rotary pumps, Airlift pump, Jet pump, Selection of pumps, Fans, blowers, and compressors.
Introduction Of Geophysics. This book covers the following topics: Applied Geophysics. This note explains about waves, rays and the various techniques used in applied and environmental geophysics to investigate subsurface structure on scales of meters to kilometers. Introductory Physics I Elementary Mechanics.
This textbook has a design that is just about perfectly backwards compared to most textbooks that currently cover the subject. Worked Examples from Introductory Physics Vol. I Basic Mechanics. Fundamental Kinetic Processes. This note will discuss the development of basic kinetic approaches to more complex and contemporary systems. The Ideal gas, Real gases, Distribution of Velocities of gas molecules, Collision properties of gas molecules, Transport phenomena in gases.
The main focus of this note is on theoretical developments rather than elaborating on concrete physical systems, which the students are supposed to encounter in regular physics courses. Mathematical Structures in Physics. Main goal of this note is to show the appropriate mathematics to a student of physics, roughly familiar with all classes of theoretical physics except for quantum field theory.
Newtonian mechanics, Lagrangian mechanics, Classical field theories, Hamiltonian mechanics, Quantum mechanics. Fundamentals of Engineering Mechanics.
Mechanics and Materials Lecture Notes. This note provides an introduction to the mechanics of solids with applications to science and engineering. Itemphasize the three essential features of all mechanics analyses, namely: Carol Livermore, Prof.
Henrik Schmidt, Prof. James H. Williams, Prof. Simona Socrate. A Text book of medical physics. This work aims to impart a knowledge of the relations existing between Physics and Medicine in their latest state of development, and to embody in the pursuit of this object whatever experience the author has obtained during a long period of teaching this special branch of applied science.
Medical Physics as a Medical Physics as a Career. Modern Physics by Dan Styer. Relativity, with an emphasis on dynamics, Classical waves, Quantum mechanics, Applications of quantum mechanics to atomic physics, nuclear physics, particle physics, solid state physics and statistical physics.
Nuclear Physics Fundamentals and Applications. Nuclear physics is started with few experiments and some theoretical modeling and we have just completed hundred years of that. Introductory Nuclear Engineering.
This note will cover a range of topics pertinent to nuclear engineering, including particle physics, neutron theory, nuclear reactor design, medical applications, societal impacts of nuclear power. Major topics covered includes: Advances in Lasers and Electro Optics. This book is divided in four sections. The book presents several physical effects and properties of materials used in lasers and electro-optics in the first chapter and, in the three remaining chapters, applications of lasers and electro-optics in three different areas are presented.
This lecture note covers following topics related to optics: The Standard Model of Particle Physics. Modern Experimental Particle Physics. This note addresses current research topics in particle and astroparticle physics, and focuses on aspects of current and future experiments in the area.
It consists of 2 major parts: Current Front-line Research, and Experiments and Methods, representing 7. Fundamentals of Plasma Physics. This book explains the following topics: Derivation of fluid equations, Motion of a single plasma particle, Elementary plasma waves, Streaming instabilities and the Landau problem, Cold plasma waves in a magnetized plasma, Waves in inhomogeneous plasmas and wave energy relations, Vlasov theory of warm electrostatic waves in a magnetized plasma, Stability of static MHD equilibria, Magnetic helicity interpreted and Woltjer-Taylor relaxation, Fokker-Planck theory of collisions, Wave-particle nonlinearities, Wave-wave nonlinearities, Non-neutral plasmas and Dusty plasmas.
Draft Material for Fundamentals of Plasma Physics book.
The primary objective of this book is to present and develop the fundamentals and principal applications of plasma physics, with an emphasis on what is usually called high-temperature plasma physics where the plasma is nearly fully ionized with nearly negligible effects of neutral particles on the plasma behavior. Fundamental Processes in Plasmas, various types of waves that occur in stable plasmas, Plasma kinetic theory and its applications, The equilibrium and stability properties of a plasma, nonlinear plasma theory, and to plasma turbulence and the anomalous transport.
James D. Callen, University of Wisconsin, Madison. Psychophysical Methods. History and example experiments, Concept of threshold, Absolute Threshold, Differential Threshold, Classical Psychophysical Methods with experiments, Methods of constant stimuli, Methods of adjustment , Methods of limits, Signal Detection Theory, How to design an experiment.
This book is divided into two parts. The first part is the old-school way of learning quantum field theory. The second part is dedicated to Topological Field Theories. Semiclassical quantum mechanics. Lecture Notes Quantum Physics. Quantum phenomena, The Photoelectric effect, Particle properties of photons, Particle-like properties of waves, Compton effect - photon or particle scattering, Pair production and annihilation, Wave-like properties of particles, Electron diffraction, Particle in a box, The Uncertainty Principle, Analysis in terms of waves, Thermal Phenomena, The hydrogen atom, Bohr model of hydrogen atom, Quantum Mechanics, Steady state Schroedinger Equation, Wavefunctions and energy states, Finite potential well, Harmonic oscillator, Potential barriers and tunnelling, Angular Momentum.
Quantum Physics by Prof. Graeme Ackland. Gamma Radiation. This book brings new research insights on the properties and behavior of gamma radiation, studies from a wide range of options of gamma radiation applications in Nuclear Physics, industrial processes, Environmental Science, Radiation Biology, Radiation Chemistry, Agriculture and Forestry, sterilization, food industry, as well as the review of both advantages and problems that are present in these applications.
Because of the global importance of gamma radiation, the content of this book will be interesting for the wider audience as well. Radiation and particle detectors. The purpose of this note is to explain a range of principles and actual devices used to detect photons and ionized particles. Interaction of particles and radiation with matter, Units and detector characteristics, Gas-filled detectors, Surface photoemission detectors , Semiconductor detectors.
Lecture Notes on General Relativity by S. Hollands and Ko Sanders. Notes on Relativity and Cosmology. Introduction to solid state theory by Prof. Thomas Pruschke. The solid as quantum system, The homogeneous electron gas, Lattices and crystals, Electrons in a periodic potential, Lattice dynamics, Electron Dynamics, Magnetism, Superconductivity, Theory of scattering from crystals.
Advanced Solid State Physics Notes. This note covers the following Topics includes: Notes On Statistical Mechanics by K. Statistical mechanics provides a theoretical bridge that takes you from the micro world to the macro world.
Lecture Notes in Statistical Mechanics and Mesoscopics. This lecture note covers the following topics: Thermal Equilibrium, Systems with interactions , Fluctuations and Response, System interacting with a bath, introduction to master equations, non-equilibrium processes, fluctuation theorems, linear response theory, adiabatic transport, Kubo formalism and the scattering approach to mesoscopics.
Statistical Physics by Prof. Ulrich Schwarz. Probability theory, The microcanonical ensemble, The canonical ensemble, The grandcanonical ensemble, Quantum fluids, Phase transitions, Thermodynamics, Dynamics. Lectures on Statistical Physics by D. The book is addressed to mathematicians physicists of any level.
Superconductors Materials, Properties and Applications. This ebook makes learning "complex" numbers easy through an interactive, fun and personalized approach. Features include: This book introduces the student seeking careers in science and engineering to a fundamental concept driven knowledge in basic physics. The first volume topics covered are mechanics, heat and sound.
Thermodynamics is an essential subject taught to all science and engineering students. This book takes learning to a new level by combining written notes with online video. Each lesson is linked with a YouTube video from award-winning teacher and best-selling author Dr Chris Tisdell. This book develops the ideas which are necessary for a beginning student to appreciate physics and its applications at the most fundamental level.
This study guide deals with the application of thermodynamics to the description of the properties of materials. In EP I we concentrated on motion of particles and a brief introduction to thermodynamics. This book covers the basic principles of quantum mechanics along with key introductory topics. The Evolution of Modern Science outlines the story of science from Aristotle to the present. This book provides a comprehensive tour of astronomy at an introductory level.
Observational facts are balanced against the physics behind, where discussions are kept at a fundamental level. Thermodynamics is an essential subject in the study of the behaviour of gases and vapours in real engineering applications.
This is a companion volume to Electromagnetism for Electronic Engineers 3rd edn. Essential Electromagnetism provides a concise introduction to this fundamental topic. Starting with forces on charges, it takes a logical step-by-step progression through electrostatics and magnetost. The book covers the physical-chemistry aspects of quantum mechanics and spectroscopy of a typical university degree in chemistry, chemical-physics, chemical engineering, biology or biochemistry.
The book, which draws on history and philosophy of science, will be useful to science students writing a thesis for the first time. This book presents fundamental concepts in particle physics and gives an accessible introduction to topics such as quantum electrodynamics, Feynman diagrams, relativistic field theories, and much more.
The Lagrangian and Hamiltonian formalisms are powerful tools used to analyze the behavior of many physical systems. Lectures are available on YouTube which closely follow the topics in the book.
This book presents a general formulation of quantum mechanics, including topics such as Dirac notation, scattering theory, approximation techniques, field quantization, density matrices, and more.
As the title implies, it is the story of human evolution in the cosmic sense of the word. This book is an algebra based treatment of motion, vectors, forces, work and energy, momentum and collisions, torque, physics of solids and fluids, temperature, heat, harmonic motion and sound waves.
This book is intended as the primary text for a one-semester course aimed at Liberal Arts students or as supplementary reading in traditional courses in Modern Physics or Quantum Mechanics. A selection of challenging problems for the algebra-based introductory physics course.