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Save on Nonfiction Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days. Conceptual Physics,12th Ed. You may also like. Physics Mixed Lot Books. Topics include electricity and magnetism, electrical and magnetic fields, forces, energy, potential, charged particle motion, induction, and circuits , sound waves and optics. Students perform physics experiments in electricity and magnetism, waves and optics which stress the fundamental definitions and laws developed in the lecture course. The common points of research methodology in the different scientific areas will be accentuated.
Examples will be drawn from the various disciplines. Use of computers will be emphasized. Course does not count towards any major or minor. Individual or group research project carried out under direct faculty supervision. A faculty approved public presentation is required. Course may be repeated for a maximum of 3 hours.
The second half of a basic course for students of the life sciences, covering the topics of electricity, magnetism, light optics, atomic and nuclear physics.
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An introduction to the major fields of biophysics in quantitative terms, with emphasis on the physical techniques applied in biomedical practice and research. An introduction to the fundamental and quantitative principles underlying major medical imaging techniques. The optics of the human eye and of corrective lenses for common eye defects.
The physics of nanostructures and their bio-medical applications.
A treatment of the properties of the various forms of radiation and their interaction with, and effects on, living matter. The laboratory offers training in the monitoring of ionizing radiations and in the techniques of radioactive isotopes as applied in biological and clinical work. Topics include structure and properties of matter, mechanics, electricity, magnetism, heat, light and sound.
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A course to assist prospective high school physics teachers in being able to plan, design, equip and teach a high school physics laboratory. A systematic study of several current systems of organizing and presenting introductory physics. The prospective teacher will become familiar with various program materials, and will explore the history and philosophy of physics. The student will compare these systems and consider adapting them to different classroom situations.
A broad study, including laboratory experiences, of the areas of physics relevant to science teaching in grades K For pre-service or in-service teachers who have a minimal physics background. Instruction will be differentiated according to student needs. Applicable toward a major or minor in physics only for those students obtaining teacher certification.
Laboratory experiments in fundamental techniques of electrical measurements. Fundamental experiments of historical importance in modern physics. Laboratory experiments in basic techniques of analog and digital electronics. Use of computers to solve physics problems, model physical systems, and analyze data.
A study of computer-assisted measurement and automation techniques. Students receive hands-on experience in measuring and controlling physical phenomena through laboratory exercises and projects. Study of the breakdown of classical physics at velocities close to the speed of light and on atomic scales. A study of thermodynamic systems, equations of state, entropy, Maxwell- Bolzmann and quantum statistics.
This course is suitable for all science majors who will use electronic devices in their work. It is a study of circuit analysis, active devices such as diodes, transistors, silicon controlled rectifiers and integrated circuits.
Particular emphasis is placed on design and use of simple power supplies, transistor circuits, and operational amplifier circuits. A study of classical mechanics including equations of motion, coordinate systems, the simple harmonic oscillator, damping forces, vector algebra, momentum and energy theorems. The student is placed under the direction of a supervisor of a cooperating business, industry, agency or institution.
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Includes specific, learning objectives and evaluation of the student using one or more of the following formats: 1 written reports, 2 seminar presentations, or 3 tests over selected readings. May be repeated with departmental approval. Weekly seminar series in current topics in physics.
Each student will also prepare for and take a comprehensive examination in physics. Assigned reading or research for qualified undergraduates. May be repeated with change of content, but only three hours will count toward a major. Required laboratory for students enrolled in PHYS Fundamental laboratory experiments in geometrical and physical optics. Fundamental lab experiments in solid state physics. Fundamental lab experiments in nuclear physics. This course investigates the fundamental quantum physics of bonding, energetics and structure that underpins the foundation of the physics of materials.
The physical properties of nanomaterials and their corresponding applications will be explored using the principles of quantum physics. Materials examined include engineered metal alloys, electronic and magnetic materials, ionic and network solids, ceramics, polymers, and biomaterials at all length scales. A study of classical electricity and magnetism with emphasis on fields, potentials, conductors, dielectrics, steady currents and radiation.
A study of geometrical and physical optics including wave propagation, refraction, dispersion, diffraction and polarization. An introductory course in the theory of solids including geometrical and x-ray crystallography, Maxwell-Boltzmann and Fermi-Dirac statistics, free electron theory of metals, Brillouin Zones, band-model of semiconductors and the Hall Effect.
The basic fundamentals of general and exploration geophysics. The theory and applications of exploration geophysics are also covered, especially gravity, magnetic and seismic methods.
Equivalent to GEOL The properties of the nucleus including radioactivity, radiation detectors, nuclear reactions, nuclear mass and size determination, alpha, beta, and gamma decay, nuclear models, particle accelerators, fission and elementary particles. Each topic is a course in directed study under the supervision of a faculty member.
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