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The Practical Physics Labs Complete
These lab manuals are totally different from any other manuals provided at the other US universities.
Each lab is fully explained in terms of the detailed procedure and concepts that students should learn during the class.
You can get effective study for each physics topic.
Intro. Algebrabased PHY I Lab Textbook
Intro. Algebrabased PHY II Lab Textbook
Archives
The following physics animations, charts, and handouts are useful resources so the students can comprehend
the basics of the theories and experiments, such as caliper instruction, resistor color codes, multimeter instruction,
and how to use a balance.
Introductory Physics Classrooms
Conceptual Physics
(e.g. Physics 100)This classroom teaches conceptual aspects of vectors, kinematics, Newton's laws, wave phenomena, electromagnetism, optics, and topics for modern physics.
AlgebraBased 1st Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 111, 164, etc.)This requires mathematics to learn kinematics, mechanics, fluid mechanics, and thermal physics. The class is for biology, geology, chemistry, and premed students.
AlgebraBased 2nd Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 112, 165, etc.)This is the second course of algebrabased physics that teaches waves, sounds, electromagnetism, optics, and Modern physics. The contents are very important for MCAT.
CalculusBased 1st Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 201)This needs calculus to understand kinematics, circular motions, conservation of energy, gravity, rigid body systems, and torques. Engineering and physics students take this class.
CalculusBased 2nd Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 202)This is the second course of calculusbased physics that teaches electrostatics, magnetism, electromagnetic induction, and DC & AC circuits. Engineering and physics students take this class.
CalculusBased 3rd Course of Physics
(e.g. Physics 203)This is the third course of calculusbased physics that teaches waves mechanics, thermodynamics, and optical phenomena for mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, and physics students.
Environmental Physics
This provides the knowledge of physicsbased environmental science. The topics are extened to renewable energy, wind mills, solar power, entropy, pollution, etc.

Advanced Physics Classrooms
Electronics
(Electronics and Technologies for Physicists)Electronics is important for physicists since experimentation, data acquisition, and analysis requires the idea of electonics. The class teaches amplifiers, diodes, transistors, circuits, thyristors, and digital devices.
Quantum Mechanics
(Physics for electrons, photons, etc.)The quantum theory consists of one dimensional potentials, perturbation theories, harmonic oscillation, hydrogen Atom, manybody systems, scattering, quantum chaos, and theory of measurement.
NuclearParticle Physics
(High energy regimes of physics, etc.)This class teaches nucleonnucleon interaction, the meson theory, quantum electrodynamics, quantum chromodynamics, gauge theories, spontaneous symmetry breaking, and quantum field theory.
Condensed Matter Physics
(Atomic physics, solid state physics, etc.)This lecture provides Van der Waals force, molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo methods, semiconductors, phase transitions, percolation, and electronic sructure.
Mathematics for Physicists
(Applied math, mathematical modeling, etc.)This lecture gives differential equations, linear algebra, complex variables, vector calculus, geometry, topology, group theories, and function theories.