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PHYS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Actinide, Actinium, Chemical Formula

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16 Feb 2017
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Hydrogen is explosive, water is not. (remember the zeppelin hindenburg?) Oxygen is required for combustion, water puts out fires! Water is not a chemic
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PHYS 101 Lecture 33: Chapter 8-2

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28 Mar 2017
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So, the force between two point charges, each one of 1 coulomb, when they are a distance of 1 m apart is: This means that a charge of 1 coulomb is real
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PHYS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Hydroelectricity, Kelvin, Thermodynamics

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28 Mar 2017
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Ethermal (input) = work + ethermal(lost, exhaust) (this is just conservation of energy) A heat engine takes advantage of the natural tendency of energy
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PHYS 101 Lecture 25: Chapter 6-4

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27 Mar 2017
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PHYS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: K200 Kifv, Net Force

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23 Mar 2017
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Chapter 4: why things move as they do. This is why it is difficult to walk on ice (ice surface exerts much smaller frictional force than the pavement).
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PHYS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Scanning Tunneling Microscope, Electric Current, Chemical Decomposition

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16 Feb 2017
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In that one sentence there is an enormous amount of information. Richard feynman, physicist nobel prize 1965 (physics) quantum. The concept of the atom
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PHYS 101 Lecture 1: CHAPTER 1 THE WAY OF SCIENCE3

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16 Feb 2017
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Mars has a core, a mantle, and a crust (just like earth does). It has polar ice caps (mostly solid carbon dioxide). Temperature variations between nigh
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PHYS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Electrical Network

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28 Mar 2017
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The current is the samethrough every light bulb. The current is resisted by the first bulb, by the second bulb and by the third bulb. If the current pa
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PHYS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Kilowatt Hour

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27 Mar 2017
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PHYS 101 Lecture 18: Chapter 5-1

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23 Mar 2017
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It is the very same force that holds the moon in its orbit that pulls a falling apple to the ground. From the previous chapter, we learned that the for
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PHYS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Equations For A Falling Body

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22 Mar 2017
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Neglecting air resistance, all objects fall with the same acceleration. On earth this is about 10 m/s2 (actual value ~9. 8 m/s2. ) For the falling body
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PHYS 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Electrical Network

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28 Mar 2017
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Charge of the electron: -1. 6 x 10 19 c charge of the proton: 1. 6 x 10 19 c r = 5. 3 x 10 11 m. F = (9. 0 x 109 n m2/c2)(-1. 6 x 10 19 c)(1. 6 x 10 19
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