# Class Notes for Physics at University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)

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UTMPHY136H5Wagih GhobrielFall

## PHY136H5 Lecture Notes - Gravitational Constant, Ferris Wheel, Friction

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With the absence of air resistance: the idealized motion is called free-fall and the acceleration of a freely falling body is called the acceleration d
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UTMPHY136H5Wagih GhobrielFall

## PHY136H5 Lecture 5: standing waves on string

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## PHY100H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Paul Alivisatos, Solar Panel, Solar Roadways

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Chemist paul alivisatos explains how to generate electricity from sunlight. Large silicon: provides electrical current when struck by light. Electrons
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## PHY136H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Repeated Measures Design, Scanning Electron Microscope, Lab Report

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UTMPHY137H5Wagih GhobrielWinter

## PHY137H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Surface Charge, Bohr Model

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Superconductors: the material has no resistance to electric current. These are very important because 30% of power from power generators is lost due to
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UTMPHY137H5Wagih GhobrielWinter

## PHY137H5 Lecture 3: Gauss's Law

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Relevance a method of calculating the electric field over an area as opposed to a point. The key part of gauss"s law is the electric flux (the electric
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UTMPHY137H5Wagih GhobrielWinter

## PHY137H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Electric Charge, Electric Field, Electroscope

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The physical property that allows items to experience a force when. How does it work? placed in an electric field. It"s kind of like newton"s law of un
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UTMPHY137H5Wagih GhobrielWinter

## PHY137H5 Lecture Notes - Ebonite

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Lecture 1 - introduction, electric charge and electric field. Lab and tutorial rooms have been changed - all first year labs are now in dv1110. Lab rep
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UTMPHY136H5Wagih GhobrielWinter

## PHY136H5 Lecture Notes - Collimator, Diode, Doubleclick

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When light or any other type of wave passes through an opening or goes by the edge of an obstacle, the wave extends (bends) into the region not directl
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UTMPHY137H5Wagih GhobrielWinter

## PHY137H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Joule Heating, Electrical Network, Temperature Coefficient

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UTMPHY137H5Wagih GhobrielWinter

## PHY137H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Small-Angle Approximation, Curved Mirror, Spherical Aberration

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Reflection off of a planar surface this is the law of reflection: here"s how we derive it rest of proof here: (http://hyperphysics. phy- astr. gsu. edu
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UTMPHY137H5Wagih GhobrielWinter

## PHY137H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Electromagnetic Spectrum, Photon, Plane Wave

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Why is it important? the speed of an electromagnetic wave is used in: Special relativity the speed of an electromagnetic wave in a vacuum is the univer
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