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Open Courseware and Resources- Physics: science of matter and its motion, as well as space and time, deals with concepts such as force, energy, mass, and charge (Wikipedia).
Newtonian Mechanics, Lagrangian Formulation, Motion of Rigid Bodies, Kinematics,Hamiltonian Formulation
Historical setting, Young's double slit experiment - Quantum mechanical behaviour, Wave Functions, Operators, Schrödinger's Time-Dependent Wave Equation, Calculating Observables, Schrödinger's Time-Independent Wave Equation, Simple Quantum Systems
chaos, classical mechanics, electricity & magnetism, micrometer caliper, nuclear, optics, oscilloscope, quantum mechanics, relativity, sound waves, vectors, waves
general non-calculus: motion, force, work & energy, momentum & collisions, circular motion & law of gravity, rotational equilibrium & dynamics, solids & fluids, vibrations & waves, electric fields & potentials, current & resistance, magnetism, wave properties of light, quantum, atomic, nuclear
special relativity, photons, atoms, particles & waves, Schrodinger's equation, Atoms and Nuclei
articles (how to become a good / bad theoretical physicist), courses (group theory, introduction to general relativity, special functions & polynomials, string theory, quantum mechanics & determinism at Planck scale)
downloads: animated chalkboard (motion, energy, relativity, optics, various), energy management simulators, photo-realistic laboratory simulations
standard model of particle physics, including both its conceptual foundations & its specific structure, some current research frontiers: study materials
vector calculus, Maxwell's equations, energy & momentum, magnetic monopoles. linear media, plane waves scalar and vector potentials, radiation from generalised localised source, scattering, special relativity, charge-current density four-vector, fields from static source & moving charged particle, Lagrangian & Hamiltonian for charged particle, discussion of modern fields (standard model, duality, gravity, m-theory)
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