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Lecture 30 - Recap of last lecture Magnification by a...

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Recap of last lecture f N N h f h M / / ' 1 : power greater slightly achieve point, near at focuses eye If f N M Magnification by a simple magnifier N = near point , 25 cm Microscope magnification = M 1 *M 2 = s’25/f 1 f 2 Telescope magnification = -f 1 /f 2 Microscope simulator:http://www.udel.edu/biology/ketcham/microscope/scope.html Telescope simulator: http://astro.unl.edu/classaction/animations/telescopes/telescope10.html
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General Relativity Special Relativity Quantum Mechanics Statistical Mechanics Nuclear Condensed Matter Gravity
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Relativity Postulate of Classical relativity : Laws of mechanics (Newton’s laws ) are invariant in all inertial reference frames Recall: inertial frames are reference frames which are at rest or moving with constant velocity (ie frames which are not accelerating or rotating) f A L Observer in the train or a reference frame attached to train cannot explain why the pendulum swings back, Newton’s laws are violated
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