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Physics by Mind Map: Physics

1. Mechanics

1.1. Physical Units

1.1.1. Vector Operations Resolution into components Calculation of polar form Scalar product Work Vector Product Torque

1.2. Velocity and Acceleration

1.2.1. Newton's Laws Mass Forces Gravity Work, Energy and Power Work-Energy Priciple

1.3. Conservation Laws

1.3.1. Conservation of Energy

1.3.2. Conservation of Angular Momentum

1.3.3. Conservation of Momentum

1.4. Circular Motion

1.4.1. Orbits Rotation Torques

1.5. Solids

1.5.1. Fluids Pressure Kinetic Energy Pascal's Principle Static Fluid Pressure Buoyancy Poiseuille's Law Blood Flow Examples Internal Energy Diffusion Wall Tension Laplace's Law Fluid Friction Viscosity

2. Electromagnetic

2.1. Electric Circuit

2.1.1. Voltage Law Current Law Ohm's Law

2.1.2. DC Circuits AC Circuits Household Wiring Electric Power

2.2. Circuit Elements

2.2.1. Resistor Capacitor Inductor

2.3. Electric Charge

2.3.1. Coulomb's Law Gauss's Law Electric Field Voltage

2.4. Magnetic Field

2.4.1. Ampere's Law Biot-Savart Law Faraday's Law

2.5. Lorentz Force Law

2.5.1. Maxwell's Equations EM Waves Integral form Gauss' law for electricity Gauss' law for magnetism Faraday's law of induction Ampere's law Differential form Gauss' law for electricity Gauss' law for magnetism Faraday's law of induction Faraday's law of induction

2.6. Electronics

2.7. Bioelectricity

3. Optics

3.1. Color

3.1.1. Color Vision

3.2. Light Intensity

3.2.1. Photometry

3.3. Propagation of Light

3.3.1. Refraction Snell's Law Index of Refraction Lenses Prisms

3.3.2. Reflection Mirrors Mirror Instruments

3.3.3. Interfererence Thin Films Double Slit

3.3.4. Diffraction Fraunhofer Fresnel

3.4. Quantum Properties

3.4.1. Lasers Holography Fourier Optics

3.5. Polarization

3.5.1. Scattering

3.6. Atmospheric Phenomena

4. Thermodynamics

4.1. Internal Energy

4.1.1. Heat System Work First Law of Thermodynamics

4.2. Temperature

4.2.1. Temperature Scales Thermal Expansion

4.3. Specific Heat

4.3.1. Enthalpy Phase Changes Thermal Equilibrium

4.4. Heat Transfer

4.4.1. Conduction Convection Radiation

4.5. Heat Engines

4.5.1. Isothermal Adiabatic Constant Volume

4.5.2. Second Law of Thermodynamics Entropy

4.6. Kinetic Theory

4.6.1. Ideal Gas Law Equipatition of Energy Boltzmann Ditribution

5. Quantum

5.1. Failures of Classical Physics

5.1.1. Planck Hypothesis Wave-Particle Duality Uncertainty Principle

5.2. Photoelectric Effect

5.2.1. Blackbody Radiation Radiation Curves Wien Displacemant Law

5.2.2. Compton Scattering

5.3. Bohr Theory

5.3.1. Quantum Numbers Hydrogen Energies Hydrogen Spectrum Atomic Properties

5.4. Wave function

5.4.1. Schrodinger Equation Particles Forces

6. Relativistic

6.1. Ideas of Special Relativity

6.1.1. Galilean Transformation Length Contraction Time Dilation

6.2. Experiments of Special Relativity

6.2.1. Michelson Morley Experiment Aberration of Starlight Muon Experiment

6.3. Doppler Shift

6.3.1. Twin Paradox Einstein Velocity Addition Nuclear Binding Energy

6.4. Ideas of General Relativity

6.4.1. Principle of Equivalence Advance of Perihelion of Mercury Gravitational Time Dilation

6.5. Relativistic Mechanical Quantities

6.5.1. Relativistic Energy Mass Momentum Kinetic Energy Momentum of Photon Energy Momentum Relationship Quantity PC Four-vector Form

6.5.2. Lenght

6.5.3. Time Particle Range

6.5.4. Relative Velocity

7. Sound and Hearing

7.1. Hearing

7.1.1. Pitch Loudness Timbre

7.2. Sound Measurement

7.2.1. Decibels Phons dB

7.3. Periodic Motion

7.3.1. Traveling Waves Doppler Effect

7.4. Sound Propagation

7.4.1. Auditorium Acoustics Inverse Square Law Reverberation

7.4.2. Reflection Interference Refraction Beats

7.5. Resonance

7.5.1. Standing Waves

7.6. Musical Instruments

7.6.1. Strings Air Columns Musical Scales

8. Astrophysics

8.1. Solar System

8.2. Cosmology

8.2.1. Weinberg's First Tree Minutes

8.2.2. Expanding Universe Density Parameter 3K Background H-He Abundance Distance Measurement

8.3. Other Galaxies

8.3.1. Seyfert Galaxies B L Lacertae Objects Quasars

8.4. Milky Way Galaxy

8.4.1. Stars Celestial Measurement

8.4.2. Gravitational Contraction Main Sequance Red Giant Red Supergiant

9. Nuclear

9.1. Nuclear Particles

9.1.1. Nuclear Notation Rutherford Scattering Nuclear Forces Nuclear Size Nuclear Scale Model

9.1.2. Isotopes

9.2. Radioactivity

9.2.1. Half Life Radiation Risk

9.2.2. Alpha Beta Gamma

9.2.3. Decay Paths Radioactive Dating Radiation Detection

9.3. Nuclear Structure

9.3.1. Nuclear Spectra Particle Physics

9.4. Nuclear Reactions

9.4.1. Nuclear Binding Energy Nuclear Fission Nuclear Fusion

9.5. Nuclear Energy

9.5.1. Light Water Reactors Fast Breeder Fusion Reactors

9.5.2. Nuclear Weapons

9.6. Nuclear Medicine

10. Matter

10.1. Semiconductor Properties

10.1.1. Solid State Electronics

10.2. Crystal Lacttice

10.2.1. Lattice Vibrations Specific Heat

10.3. Metals

10.3.1. Fermi Energy Electron Density

10.4. Electrical Properties

10.4.1. Superconductivity

10.4.2. Band Theory of Solids Dielectric Media Piezoelectric Effect

10.5. Magnetic Properties

10.5.1. Ferromagnetism Paramagnetism Diamagnetism