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Mechanics (Berkeley Physics Course, Vol. 1)

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Mechanics (Berkeley Physics Course, Vol. 1)

Introduction to relativistic mechanics, including space-time transformations, dynamics and collisions of relativistic particles. Introduction to quantum physics, bringing out its applications, including wave-particle duality, one dimensional barriers and wells, electron spin, electron configuration of atoms, lasers, semiconductors and quantum dots.

Provide a thorough knowledge of relativistic dynamics and its application to various physicalsituations. Provide a conceptual understanding of the physical principles of quantummechanics, together with the technical understanding for applying these principles todetermine the quantitative properties of physical systems where quantum physics isapplicable.

Prerequisites: This course requires that you have studiedNewtonian mechanics in a previouscalculus-based physics course such as PHY 2060and at least have co-registered in a vector calculus course (Calc 3). 59ce067264


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