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Physics 344 Foundations of 21 st Century Physics: Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and heir Applications Their Applications Instructor: Dr. Mark Haugan Office: PHYS 282 augan@purdue edu haugan@purdue.edu TA: Dan Hartzler Office: PHYS 7 dhartzle@purdue.edu Grader: Shuo Liu Office: PHYS 283 liu305@purdue.edu Office Hours: If you have questions, just email us to make an appointment. We enjoy talking about physics!
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Physics 344 Foundations of 21 st Century Physics: Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and heir Applications Their Applications ix Ideas That Shaped Physics: Unit R , 2nd Ed. Textbooks S deas a S aped ys cs U , d d The Laws of Physics are Frame Independent, T. Moore (McGraw-Hill) Six Ideas That Shaped Physics: Unit Q , 2nd Ed. articles Behave Like Waves Particles Behave Like Waves, T. Moore (McGraw-Hill) Our first few lectures will be related to material in Chapter 1 of Six Ideas Unit R which you should begin to read right away. iClickers Use the iClicker you’ve used in previous classes. No additional fees are required. Register for this course by dropping by my office tomorrow with your iClicker. Do NOT register on-line at iClicker.com
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Physics 344 Foundations of 21 st Century Physics: Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and heir Applications Their Applications Lecture Sessions: MWF, 2:30pm, FRNY G124 Recitation Sessions: Th, 1:30 or 2:30pm, PHYS 234 Weekly homework will be handed out at the end of each of these sessions and is due at the BEGINNING of the next session. These sessions are NOT optional. If you do miss one, you must contact r Haugan to find out what was covered and except in cases of an Dr. Haugan to find out what was covered and, except in cases of an excused absence, make arrangements to hand in homework on time. Help Session: T, 1:30 to 3:30pm, PHYS 160 Grades: 2 mid-term exams (100 points each) final exam (200 points) omework 40 points) homework (140 points) lecture/recitation ( 60 points) AB grade cutoff is generally in the neighborhood of 85%.
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Physics 344 Foundations of 21 st Century Physics: Relativity, Quantum Mechanics and heir Applications Their Applications In physics courses, including this one, there is a lot of talk about solving physics problems. This generally involves predicting or explaining something
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Lect01_[Compatibility_Mode] - Physics 344 Foundations of...

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