Class Notes for Physics at Temple University



TEMPLEPHYS 0834Matthew NewbySpring

PHYS 0834 Lecture 1: Intro to Astronomy

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12 Feb 2017
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PHYS 0847 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Macular Degeneration, Flash Memory, Light-Emitting Diode

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24 Mar 2017
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PHYS 0847 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Penning Trap, Antiproton, Nuclear Reaction

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24 Mar 2017
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Suppose that two people synchronize two very good stopwatches. One stands still while the other one flies around the world in an airplane and returns t
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PHYS 0847 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Diesel Fuel, 100 Feet, Greenhouse Effect

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24 Mar 2017
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The intergovernmental panel on climate change (ipcc) periodically reports a consensus opinion that (almost) all of the scientific community agrees with
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TEMPLEPHYS 0847OpfermanFall

PHYS 0847 Lecture 9: Physics - Chapter 9

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9 Mar 2017
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Light can have many different wavelength and frequencies. For visible light, we call this its color. Red light has the highest wavelength of the visibl
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TEMPLEPHYS 0847OpfermanFall

PHYS 0847 Lecture 5: Physics - Chapter 5

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9 Mar 2017
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When a radioactive nucleus decays (as described in chapter 4), it releases a lot of energy. But radioactive decay generally happens according to the ha
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TEMPLEPHYS 0847OpfermanFall

PHYS 0847 Lecture 1: Physics - Chapter 1

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9 Mar 2017
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Energy is anything that can be turned into heat. Heat is something that can raise the temperature of a material. Kinetic energy: the energy of motion.
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PHYS 0847 Lecture 4: Physics - Chapter 4

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9 Mar 2017
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An atom consists of an electrons cloud which surrounds a tiny nucleus made of protons and neutrons. The electron cloud is about 1/10 nm; a human hair h
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TEMPLEPHYS 0847OpfermanFall

PHYS 0847 Lecture 2: Physics - Chapter 2

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9 Mar 2017
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All o(cid:271)je(cid:272)ts possess (cid:862)hidde(cid:374)(cid:863) ki(cid:374)eti(cid:272) e(cid:374)e(cid:396)g(cid:455) i(cid:374) the ti(cid:374)(
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PHYS 0847 Lecture 3: Physics - Chapter 2.5, Chapter 3

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9 Mar 2017
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A fo(cid:396)(cid:272)e is (cid:396)e(cid:395)ui(cid:396)ed to (cid:272)ha(cid:374)ge a(cid:374) o(cid:271)je(cid:272)t"s (cid:448)elo(cid:272)ity. If
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PHYS 0847 Lecture 8: Physics - Chapter 8

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9 Mar 2017
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Sound requires a material to travel in because it is carried by the motion of molecules. There is no sound in outer space because there is nothing to c
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PHYS 0847 Lecture 7: Physics - Chapter 7

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9 Mar 2017
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Waves are a way to move energy from one place to another without moving an object from one place to another. Frequency is the number of times the waves
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