What are some songs in physics?
Bohemian Mechanics by Jake Ralston (goes to the tune of Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen)
Is this the real life- Is this just classical- Caught in a square well- No escape from potential walls- Open your mind To quantum mechanics and see- The particle's in, a superposition- Of many eigenstates, wave functions, Some spin up, some spin down, Phipps and Taylor's results, tells us spin's intrinsic, to e- To e- Teacher, just cut a tip, Put it in the S.T.M. Saw the tunneling current, Teacher, the tip worked so well, But now I've gone and dropped it on the floor- Teacher, ooo-, Didn't mean to call Suzanne- But she's the only one who cuts it well- Overflow, overflow, cause the current's way too high. Wavestate, time to collapse, Become an eigenstate- Of the measurement you take, Goodbye, operator- I've got to change- Gotta get inside the bra- and the ket Commutator ooo- (depends on which one goes first) You will never know, Two things when the commutator's not zero. I see a result which implies a paradox, Think it through, think it though will you do the thought experiment- Fermi calculations- very, very frightening me- Richard Feynman, Richard Feynman, Albert Einstein, Albert Einstein, Richard Feynman Q.E.D. - Relativity-- I'm just a proton with an electron- He's hydrogenic, thus fully solvable! Spare him his pride from approx-imations! Spherical, Cartesian- will you let me choose? Cartesian! No-, we must choose spherical- Let me choose- Cartesian! We must choose spherical- Let me choose- Cartesian! We must choose spherical- Let me choose- Must choose spherical- Let me choose- Must choose spherical- Let me choose- Rho, rho, rho, rho, rho, rho, rho- Sphere harmonics, sphere harmonics, sphere harmonics, superpose! Sch-rödinger has a value put aside for me, for me, for me! So you think you can measure time and energy? So you think you can measure Ly and Lz? Oh baby- Heisenberg says no baby- There's uncertainty, there's uncertainty built in here. Nothing's really matter, E is m c squared, Nothing's really matter, nothing's really matter to me. (Anyway the spin goes...)
Physics is the study of matter, energy and the interactions of the two. Physics can be divided into two main branches: mechanics (the study of the behavior of forces and objects acting due to those forces); and, electricity and magnetism (which delves into the science of the atom). The fundamental branches of physics: classical mechanics electromagnetism (including optics) relativity thermodynamics quantum mechanics astronomy electromagnetism Some of the more popular or modern branches of physics: Astro…
The Branches of modern physics are mainly 2. 1)Quantam Physics 2)Relativity There is also classical physics. as a bonus the branches of classical physics is mainly. 1) Mechanics 2) Electromagnetism 3) Thermodynamics. P.S. In both modern and classical physics there are more than those branches given but these are like the main ones. There are seven branches of modern physics. These branches are quantum physics, relativistic physics, low-temperature physics, condensed matter physics, atomic and nuclear…
the gathering of physics related information that adds to the knowledge of human body. Not directly concerned with the practical use and application of the information branches of pure physics bio-physics, cryogenics, electricity, electronics, magnetism, geo-physics, mathematical, mechanics, sound, nuclear physics, quantum physics, plasma physics, particle physics, statistical and thermodynamics.
Mainly: Mechanics (Newtonian & relativistic): - mater - time - space; Molecular physics & thermodynamics: - physics of thermal movement; Electromagnetism: - physics of E,H - field; Wave motion: - physics of sound, light, ..., solitons (tsunami); Quantum physics: physics of micro-world; High energy physics.
Yes. Physics is an important part of those. Of course, you won't need to thoroughly know all the areas of physics, only some of them. Also, you'll probably learn some physics concepts during your study of electronics for example; you don't necessarily need to know absolutely everything before you start.
Modern physics is a branch of physics in which matter and energy are not separate (as in classical physics), but instead are alternate forms of one another. This branch is based primarily on Albert Einstein's theory of relativity and Max Planck's quantum theory. Modern physics is divided into a variety of different areas of study, including atomic physics, nuclear physics, high-energy physics, ultrasonics, solid-state physics and plasma physics. The laws of conservation are a vital…
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