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PHYS20009Chapter 1: The Study of Motion

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Distance, time and mass are known as fundamental physical quantities. Distance is a measure of space in one dimension. Two other physical quantities th
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PHYS20009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Superconducting Magnet, Electrical Network, Subatomic Particle

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The word electricity" comes from the word electron". Electric charge: an inherent physical property of a certain subatomic particle that is responsible
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PHYS20009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sound, Longitudinal Wave, Musical Tone

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Waves are a travelling disturbance of vibrations that transmit energy with no net movement of matter. They move and carry energy, but do not have mass.
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PHYS20009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Angular Momentum, Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy

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Newton"s second law of motion, governs the instantaneous behavior of a system. Conservation laws involve a different approach to mechanics (like a befo
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PHYS20009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ideal Gas Law, Relative Humidity, Phase Transition

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PHYS20009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Euclidean Vector, Net Force, Centripetal Force

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It usually causes some distortion of body, change in velocity or both. Weight: force of gravity acting on a body. Weight depends on 2 things: 1. its ma
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PHYS20009 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Atomic Number, Chemical Formula, Buoyancy

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Matter : anything with mass and occupies space. Matter can be classified into four phases : solids, liquids, gases, plasma. Retain their shape unless d
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