# ADV PHYS

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1-1Introduction

1-2Matter is made of atoms

1-3Atomic processes

1-4Chemical reactions

2-1Introduction

2-2Physics before 1920

2-3Quantum physics

2-4Nuclei and particles

3-1Introduction

3-2Chemistry

3-3Biology

3-4Astronomy

3-5Geology

3-6Psychology

3-7How did it get that way?

4-1What is energy?

4-2Gravitational potential energy

4-3Kinetic energy

4-4Other forms of energy

6-1Chance and likelihood

6-2Fluctuations

6-3The random walk

6-4A probability distribution

6-5The uncertainty principle

7-1Planetary motions

7-2Kepler’s laws

7-3Development of dynamics

7-4Newton’s law of gravitation

7-5Universal gravitation

7-6Cavendish’s experiment

7-7What is gravity?

7-8Gravity and relativity

8-1Description of motion

8-2Speed

8-3Speed as a derivative

8-4Distance as an integral

8-5Acceleration

9-1Momentum and force

9-2Speed and velocity

9-3Components of velocity, acceleration, and force

9-4What is the force?

9-5Meaning of the dynamical equations

9-6Numerical solution of the equations

9-7Planetary motions

10-1Newton’s Third Law

10-2Conservation of momentum

10-3Momentum is conserved!

10-4Momentum and energy

10-5Relativistic momentum

11-1Symmetry in physics

11-2Translations

11-3Rotations

11-4Vectors

11-5Vector algebra

11-6Newton’s laws in vector notation

11-7Scalar product of vectors

12-1What is a force?

12-2Friction

12-3Molecular forces

12-4Fundamental forces. Fields

12-5Pseudo forces

12-6Nuclear forces

13-1Energy of a falling body

13-2Work done by gravity

13-3Summation of energy

13-4Gravitational field of large objects

14-1Work

14-2Constrained motion

14-3Conservative forces

14-4Nonconservative forces

14-5Potentials and fields

15-1The principle of relativity

15-2The Lorentz transformation

15-3The Michelson-Morley experiment

15-4Transformation of time

15-5The Lorentz contraction

15-6Simultaneity

15-7Four-vectors

15-8Relativistic dynamics

15-9Equivalence of mass and energy

16-1Relativity and the philosophers

16-2The twin paradox

16-3Transformation of velocities

16-4Relativistic mass

16-5Relativistic energy

17-1The geometry of space-time

17-2Space-time intervals

17-3Past, present, and future

17-4More about four-vectors

17-5Four-vector algebra

18-1The center of mass

18-2Rotation of a rigid body

18-3Angular momentum

18-4Conservation of angular momentum

19-1Properties of the center of mass

19-2Locating the center of mass

19-3Finding the moment of inertia

19-4Rotational kinetic energy

20-1Torques in three dimensions

20-2The rotation equations using cross products

20-3The gyroscope

20-4Angular momentum of a solid body

21-1Linear differential equations

21-2The harmonic oscillator

21-3Harmonic motion and circular motion

21-4Initial conditions

21-5Forced oscillations

22-1Addition and multiplication

22-2The inverse operations

22-3Abstraction and generalization

22-4Approximating irrational numbers

22-5Complex numbers

22-6Imaginary exponents

23-1Complex numbers and harmonic motion

23-2The forced oscillator with damping

23-3Electrical resonance

23-4Resonance in nature

24-1The energy of an oscillator

24-2Damped oscillations

24-3Electrical transients

25-1Linear differential equations

25-2Superposition of solutions

25-3Oscillations in linear systems

25-4Analogs in physics

25-5Series and parallel impedances