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Class Notes for PHYS1001 at Australian National University

Foundations of Physics

PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Gravitational Wave
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find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 1- Introduction Lecturer: Johnny Read news every morning Gravitational waves interview ABC Read resource links on block at the top on wattle Monday: tutorial log in Log in to web...

Physics
PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture 12: Lecture 12
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Lecture 12 Waves Waves: heat, sound, water Any periodic motion in space andor time Harmonic wave in space sine repeats every 2(pi) Sound waves: 300ms Maxwells equations

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Rc Circuit, Electromagnetism, Farad
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Lecture 11 Electromagnetism Capacitance A battery is connected to a circuit and as the current flows charge builds on the plates More work is therefore need by the electrons to make it to the plate Eventually an equilibriu...

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Paramagnetism, Magnetic Monopole, Ferromagnetism
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Lecture 8 Magnetic field History That amber attracts light objects After being rubbed with fur. That a lodestone attracts iron There are no magnetic charges> you cant have a north pole without a south pole Can never isolat...

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Voltage Source
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Lecture 9 Magnetic Force Dipole> two equal and opposite charges very closely separated E.g. bar magnet Fnet is small ones beings pulled and ones being pushed When two magnets are close together they act more like monopoles...

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dot Product, Electric Field, Michael Faraday
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Lecture 10 Changing fields Electro Motive Force (EMF) Any force, which moves charges, other than an Electric field. It is specified in Volts e.g. batteries, magnetic fields Sliding a rod to the right Magnetic flux: the dot...

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Negative Number
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Lecture 2 scalars, vectors, physical quantities Scalars Something that has magnitude Any quantitative E.g. distance, speed, time, weather forecast (temperature) Vectors Something that has magnitude and direction two qualit...

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Radioactive Decay, Net Force, Euclidean Vector
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Lecture 3 Newtons Laws Newton Described 3 fundamental laws Converted calculus Newtons first law (law of inertia) An object moves at constant velocity unless it interacts with another object In a straight line, at constant ...

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Circular Motion, Mass, Equivalence Principle
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Lecture 4 Newtons law of gravitation The center of mass is the point in an object which behaves like a particle with the mass of the object The force is directly proportional to their mass and inversely proportional to the...

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture 6: Lecture 6
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find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 6-projectile motion For every day projectiles we will assume gravitational acceleration is constant. Valid for- Near earths surface Over a distance much shorter than earths radiu...

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: James Prescott Joule, Kinetic Energy
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Lecture 5 James Joule first person to acknowledge energy Conservation of Energy Energy is not created nor destroyed Conservation of energy can be written as E system + Surroundings = 0 Work for a constant force Work is def...

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PHYS1001
Dr John Debs
Thermodynamics - Reference Guides

This detailed and well structured Guide builds upon the Physics principles defined in its companion Guides. The basic concepts are clearly and concisely defined and the laws of Thermodynamics are clearly articulated. Graph...

Chemistry
CHEM 11100
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Physics - Reference Guides

This Guide is an aid to understanding one of the essential ‘hard’ sciences. Concepts such as mechanics and magnetism are explained in clear terms, aided by a number of useful examples and equations. The Guide provides the ...

Basic Engineering
BE 1101
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