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PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Kelvin, Intermolecular Force, James Prescott Joule
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Chapter 4 energy & momentum Chapter 5 angular momentum Details of universal gravitation Special lecture on hurricanes and atmospheric pressure As much of Chapter 6 that we get done today Past SI online sessions available...

Physical Sciences
PSC 1121
Dr.Brueckner
PSC 1121 Lecture 18: 11:03:16 Lecture

SSG signups begin Monday night @ 7pm Special signups page on Webcourses Ellipse = ( )2 2 E.g. the Water Molecule 1. Water has a polarized structure More positive on hydrogen end ...

Physical Sciences
PSC 1121
Dr.Brueckner
PSC 1121 Lecture 17: 11:01:16 Lecture

110116 1 2 Oscillating systems = 2 1 1 1 1. Potential energy is always quadratic of a coordinate = + ^2 2 2 i.e., the square the coordinate e.g., for travel on the xaxis 2. Kinetic energy is also quadratic n , the time rat...

Physical Sciences
PSC 1121
Dr.Brueckner
PSC 1121 Lecture 17: Lecture 10/25

Vocab Fundamental mode When the wave relationship is applied to a stretched string, it is seen that resonant standing wave modes are produced. The lowest frequency mode for a stretched string is called the fundamental mod...

Physical Sciences
PSC 1121
Dr.Brueckner
PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Angular Velocity
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Lecture 11 9/27/16 Energy levels in Earth’s gravitational field GPE = -mgy = -(1.00kg)(-9.8m/s^2)(1.00m) = 9.8kgm^2/s^2 = 9.8J KE = 1/2mv^2 = (.5)(1.00kg)(1.00m/s)^2 = .5kgm^2/s^2 = .5J W = FΔ...

Physical Sciences
PSC 1121
Thomas Brunecker
PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Centripetal Force, Orbital Speed, Ellipse
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Lecture 9 9/20/16 All of this is important because of the form Newton developed for… 1. Gravity a. Depends on two and only two physical factors a.i. Mass of each...

Physical Sciences
PSC 1121
Thomas Brunecker
PSC 1121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: James Prescott Joule, Kelvin, Intermolecular Force

A dense gas, highly concentrated has more recoil interactions per second as compared to a sparse gas, very diluted because a dense gas will produce more collision in every of surface area – dense means more molecules ...

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PSC 1121
Dr.Brueckner
PSC 1121 Lecture 13: Lecture 13
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Lecture 13 10/4/16 What is Pressure? What is a Pressure Differential? 1. Pressure us a property of bulk matter a. Gas, liquid, solid b. That encodes the Δp momentum recoil per second a...

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Thomas Brunecker

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