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UCSDPHYS 11David TytlerFall

PHYS 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Medium Earth Orbit, Rocket Propellant, Orbital Velocity

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Gravity : the force of attraction between two objects that have mass. Small objects cannot tell the forces between, since earth has lots of mass, it ex
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UCSDPHYS 11David TytlerFall

PHYS 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Alger Hiss, Systematic Chaos

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Atoms and molecules and the meaning of heat. Rubbing hand turns kinetic energy (energy of motion) into heat. Heat is kinetic energy, kinetic energy of
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UCSDPHYS 11David TytlerFall

PHYS 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Atomic Nucleus, Potential Energy, Ideal Gas Law

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Energy : the ability to do work, can change on form and be turned into heat. Work : the magnitude of a force multiplied by the distance that the force
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UCSDPHYS 11David TytlerFall

PHYS 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: T Third Street, Ideal Gas Law, Heat Engine

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Heat is kinetic energy, the kinetic energy of the molecules. As the molecules are shaking back and forth faster. Each atom in the periodic table is ass
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UCSDPHYS 11David TytlerFall

PHYS 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gravitational Energy, Photodetector, Microsoft Powerpoint

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An explosion occurs when a great deal of stored energy is suddenly converted to heat in a confined space. The heat turns the surrounding matter into ho
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UCSDPHYS 11David TytlerFall

PHYS 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Photon, Linear Model, Neutrino

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Radioactivity: the explosion of the nucleus of the atom, releasing enormous amount of energy. Isotopes: atoms of an element with different numbers of n
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UCSDPHYS 11David TytlerFall

PHYS 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Tropopause, Angular Momentum, Escape Velocity

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Weight is the force of gravity acting on mass. Newton"s law of gravity: the equation that describes the pull of gravity between any two objects that ha
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UCSDPHYS 11David TytlerFall

PHYS 11 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Polymerase Chain Reaction, Nuclear Fission, Plutonium

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The number of growth is given by the number n in the exponent. With each step we multiply original by some constant. Exponentials rises faster than any
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