Uniformly
Accelerated Motion
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Lecture 3
MF 006: Gen Physics 1
Mr. Teng
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LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1. Students should understand the general relationships among
position, velocity, and acceleration for the
NEWTONS LAW OF MOTION
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Lecture 5
MF 006: Gen Physics 1
Mr. Teng
CONTENT
Newtons First Law
Newtons Second Law
SIR ISAAC NEWTON
Sir Isaac Newton was one of the greatest
scientists and mathematicians th
NEWTONS LAW OF MOTION
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Lecture 6
MF 006: Gen Physics 1
Mr. Teng
CONTENT
Newtons Third Law
Friction Force
TYPES OF FORCES
Applied force, F
Tension force, T
Normal force, Fn
Weight, W
Friction force, f
Uniformly
Accelerated Motion
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Lecture 4
MF 006: Gen Physics 1
Mr. Teng
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Uniformly Accelerated Motion
Along a Straight Line
The acceleration vector is constant and along the line of
the displacement
PHYSICAL
QUANTITIES AND
UNITS
Lecture 1
MF 006: Gen Physics 1
Mr. Teng
PHYSICAL QUANTITIES &
UNITS
Base/Derived
Quantities
SI Units
Errors
Significant
Figures
Scalars and
Vectors
BASE AND DERIVED QUAN
INTRODUCTION TO
VECTORS
Lecture 2
MF 006: Gen Physics 1
Mr. Teng
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Outline of
this lecture:
1.
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5.
Vectors & Scalar Quantities
Adding Vectors Geometrically
Resolving a vector into its componen
MOLECULES AND SOLIDS
TOPICS
Molecular bonds
Energy states and spectra of molecules
Bonding in solids
Free-electron theory of metals
Band theory of solids
Electrical conduction in metals,
insulators
an
Molecular spectra
In general a molecule simultaneously vibrates &
rotates.
TE is sum of its VE and RE is
2
h
E 12 h f
J ( J 1)
2I
Energy levels of any molecule
can be
calculated with this.
Energy
BONDING IN SOLIDS
BONDING IN SOLIDS
General properties of the ionic crystals:
Ionic crystals are hard and stable.
They are bad conductors of electricity.
They have high melting points.
They are transp
ATOMIC PHYSICS
TOPICS
Atomic spectra of gases
Early models of the atom
Bohrs model of the
hydrogen atom
The quantum model of
the hydrogen atom
The wave functions for
hydrogen
Physical interpreta
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTUM PHYSICS
INTRODUCTION TO QUANTUM PHYSICS
TOPICS
Blackbody Radiation & Planks Hypothesis
The Photoelectric Effect
The Compton Effect
Photons and Electromagnetic Waves
The Quantum
RayleighJeans law
A classical law approximately describing the intensity of radiation emitted by a blackbody, derived by Rayleigh
and Jeans by counting the number of standing wave modes in an enclosur