- Physical Description: 1 online resource (60 video files (approximately 1800 min.)) : sound, color.
- Publisher: [United States] : The Great Courses : 2011.
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Episode 30 Electric Potential Episode 35 Origin of Magnetism Episode 36 Electromagnetic Induction Episode 37 Applications of Electromagnetic Induction Episode 38 Magnetic Energy Episode 43 Wave Optics Episode 44 Cracks in the Classical Picture Episode 45 Earth, Ether, Light Episode 47 Time and Space Episode 1 Fundamental Science Episode 52 Wave or Particle? Episode 2 Languages of Physics Episode 53 Quantum Mechanics Episode 3 Describing Motion Episode 54 Atoms Episode 55 Molecules and Solids Episode 56 Atomic Nucleus Episode 57 Energy from the Nucleus Episode 58 Particle Zoo Episode 60 Humble Physics- What We Don't Know Episode 13 Gravity Episode 14 Systems of Particles Episode 15 Rotational Motion Episode 16 Keeping Still Episode 21 Heat and Temperature Episode 27 Consequences of the Second Law Episode 28 A Charged World Episode 31 Electric Energy Episode 32 Electric Current Episode 33 Electric Circuits Episode 41 Reflection and Refraction Episode 42 Imaging Episode 46 Special Relativity Episode 48 Space-Time and Mass-Energy Episode 4 Falling Freely Episode 5 It's a 3-D World! Episode 59 An Evolving Universe Episode 8 Using Newton's Laws- 1-D motion Episode 9 Action and Reaction Episode 10 Newton's Laws in 2 and 3 Dimensions Episode 11 Work and Energy Episode 17 Back and Forth- Oscillatory Motion Episode 18 Making Waves Episode 19 Fluid Statics- The Tip of the Iceberg Episode 20 Fluid Dynamics Episode 25 Heat and Work Episode 26 Entropy- The Second Law of Thermodynamics Episode 29 Electric Field Episode 34 Magnetism Episode 39 AC/DC Episode 40 Electromagnetic Waves Episode 49 General Relativity Episode 50 Introducing the Quantum Episode 51 Atomic Quandaries Episode 6 Going in Circles Episode 7 Causes of Motion Episode 12 Using Energy Conservation Episode 22 Heat Transfer Episode 23 Matter and Heat Episode 24 Ideal Gas.
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Lecturer: Richard Wolfson.
Physics is the fundamental science. It explains how the universe works! All you need to begin exploring physics is a grasp of high-school algebra. These lessons are intensively illustrated with diagrams, animations, graphs, and other engaging visual aids and introduce you Newtonian mechanics, oscillations and waves, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, optics, quantum theory, and more.
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