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Class Notes for PHYS1001 at University of Sydney

Physics 1 (Regular)

PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Longitudinal Wave, Gravitational Wave, Fourier Analysis

Mechanical Waves What is a wave? - Different representations of waves, sound, light, ocean waves - Electromagnetic waves are light of some wavelength Light can travel without a medium - Matter...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: 30 Foot Fall, Mach Number, Fourier Analysis

Wave function and wave equation SHM - The position of a particle x at time t is the same as the motion of the point x = 0 at an earlier time t x x - y(x, t) = Acos[(v t)] ...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Boltzmann Constant, Carnot Cycle, Chemical Energy

The Second Law of Thermodynamics The total entropy of an isolated system can never decrease over time. It is impossible for any system to undergo a process in which it absorbs heat from a reservoir at a single tempe...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Wavenumber, Damping Ratio, Point Particle

Waves and Oscillations Simple Harmonic Motion Equations - With a spring, the force is proportional to the displacement - Fx= -kx - x(t) = Acos(t + ) m ...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Black Body, Emissivity, Evaporative Cooler

Heat Capacity and Latent Heat - We can use the term phase of matter in place of a state ofmatter. - Q = mcT - Q is energy transfer in joules - M is the mass of t...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Ideal Gas, Thermodynamic Process, Thermodynamic System

The First Law of Thermodynamics The total change in internal energy of a system is the sum of the heat added to it and the work done on it: - U = Q W - Q < 0 - System releases heat into the ...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Monatomic Gas, Gas Constant, Boltzmann Constant

Ideal Gases and the Kinetic Theory Model - Ideal gas - Large number of molecules - The molecules behave as point particles - Molecules do not exert a force on each othe...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Intermolecular Force, Thermal Expansion, Thermal Equilibrium

Thermal Physics Systems - A thermodynamic system is a quantity of matter of fixed identity. - Surroundings factor in - Boundaries are important - State variables of a system - T: t...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Negative Number, Net Force, Deutsche Presse-Agentur

Impulse - As the force, momentum equation shows, a rapid change in momentum requires a large net force, while a gradual change in momentum requires a lower netforce. - dp = F ...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Spinning Wheel, Maryland Route 2, Cross Product

Rotational Motion Angular displacement: An angle in radians which describes a rotation around some axis. Angular velocity: Change in angle over time. The angle is measured from the positive X axis Formulae: = ...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Greek People'S Liberation Army, Electronvolt, Conservative Force

Dynamics Work and Energy - Dynamics can be analysed using work and energy - Energy takes many forms. It has an exact value, but it is veryabstract - Potential Energy: a type of energy an object has ...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Conical Pendulum, Electric Current, Circular Motion

Kinematics The study of motion without regard for the forces that cause initial motion - the study of kinetic energy - Vectors have 2 values - Magnitude - Direction - Scala...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Elastic Collision, Net Force, Gravitational Energy

Potential Energy and Energy Conservation - The concept of an object having energy due to its position in a system rather than its motion Gravitational potential energy - We call it potential energ...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Free Body Diagram, Friction
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PHYS1001 Lecture 4 Tensions Occurs in ropes, strings o Acts in both directions For hanging items o T = w when a = 0 Assume T = constant for ropes on frictionless pullies If rope has weight, this weight must be considered o...

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PHYS1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Net Force
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PHYS1001 Lecture 3 Force Galileo and inertia Principle of Inertia o An object left alone remains where it is or continues to move with uniform motion o Unknown as to why at this point Isaac Newton Dynamics o Explanation of...

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Dr Helen Johnston
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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