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Branch of physics/chemistry based on probability/explains how properties of atoms (mass, charge, structure) determine physical properties (conductivity...) | |

Study of fundamental particles and the forces of their interactions | |

Describes the motion of points, bodies (objects) and systems of bodies (groups of objects) without consideration of the causes of motion | |

Study of motion of bodies in a frame of reference | |

The study of sound and waves | |

Study of the physics of heat | |

Analysis of loads (force and torque, or 'moment') on physical systems in static equilibrium or where components and structures are at a constant velocity | |

Mass x velocity of an object | |

Study where the smallest discrete values (quanta) of matter and energy become relevant | |

A process cannot have as its sole result the transfer of heat from a cooler to a hotter body/In any closed system the entropy of the system will either remain constant or increase | |

Study of physical properties of earth | |

Measure of stiffness of elastic material/defined as the ratio of stress (force per unit area) to strain/also 'tensile modulus' or 'elastic modulus' | |

Study of how electrons and photons interact at the quantum mechanical level | |

Mass x g x height | |

It is impossible to reduce any system to absolute zero in a finite series of operations/A perfectly efficient heat engine cannot be created | |

Force x distance/also equal to the change in kinetic energy | |

The study of physical properties of objects in space | |

The rate of heat loss of a body is proportional to the difference in temperatures between the body and its surroundings | |

The change in energy of a system is the amount of energy added to the system minus the energy spent doing work/Law of Conservation of Energy | |

Measure of force amplification achieved by using a tool (any mechanical device)/levers, gears, block & tackle/equal to Force Out/Force In or Velocity In/Velocity Out | |

Any type of back and forth motion where there is no damping (e.g. ideal springs/ideal pendulums/LC circuits) | |

The sum of the potential & kinetic energy of an object | |

Any 2 bodies in universe attract each other w/force directly proportional to product of their masses & inversely proportional to the square of distance between them | |

The study of the origins and evolution of the universe | |

Study of systems where objects move at speeds very close to the speed of light | |

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