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The Practical Physics Labs Complete
Intro. Algebrabased PHY I Lab Textbook
Intro. Algebrabased PHY II Lab Textbook
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The following physics animations, charts, and handouts are useful resources so introductory students can understand
the basics of the theories and experiments.
Introductory Physics Classrooms
Conceptual Physics
(e.g. Physics 100)Vectors, Kinematics, Mechanics, Waves, Electromagnetism, Optics, and all the topics of physics
AlgebraBased 1st Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 111, 164, etc.)Vectors, Kinematics, Mechanics, Fluid mechanics, Thermal physics, Topics premed students need
AlgebraBased 2nd Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 112, 165, etc.)Waves & Sounds, Electromagnetism, Optics, and Modern physics.
CalculusBased 1st Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 201)Vectors, Kinematics, and Circular motion, Conservation of energy, Gravity, Rigid body systems, and Torques
CalculusBased 2nd Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 202)Electrostatics, Magnetism, Electromagnetic induction, and DC & AC circuits
CalculusBased 3rd Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 203)Waves & Sounds, Thermodynamics, and Optics
Environmental Physics
Renewable energy, Wind mills, Solar power, Entropy, Pollution, etc.

Advanced Physics Classrooms
Electronics
(Electronics and Technologies for Physicists)Amplifiers, Diodes, Transistors, Circuits, Resistor color codes, Thyristors, Digital devices
Quantum Mechanics
(Physics for electrons, photons, etc.)Perturbation Theories, Hydrogen Atom, Manybody systems, and Scattering
NuclearParticle Physics
(High energy regimes of physics, etc.)Nucleons, Mesons, Quantum electrodynamics, Quantum chromodynamics, Gauge theories, Quantum field theory
Condensed Matter Physics
(Atomic physics, solid state physics, etc.)Molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo methods, Semiconductors, Phase transitions, Electronic sructure
Mathematics for Physicists
(Applied math, mathematical modeling, etc.)Differential equations, Linear algebra, Complex variables, Vector calculus, Geometry, Topology, Group theories, etc.