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Physics mainly deals with the study of matter and the movement of the same through different medium. There are a lot of different laws that governs the physical aspects and it is important to be familiar with the same to gain a clear understanding of the thought process.

In our physics video lectures, we have focused upon the diverse details related to physics. Even if you are a novice in this field, you will find tutorials which focus upon classical field theory, electromagnetic theory, quantum field theory, general relativity and more.

Each of these topics in itself is very vast and you should pay heed to the same. Our online videos have been compiled by offering immaculate details in a streamlined manner. Those who have some kind of basic knowledge and are merely looking to grab some advance concepts will be able to find detailed lectures on advanced topics of physics as well. There are lectures devoted to quantum electronics, string theory and even physics for future presidents.

Each of these topics has been dealt in detail and those who have an interest in this subject should make it a point to consistently go through the ideas that have been meticulously explained. We would advice people to go through the basic lectures before proceeding with the advanced ones. Following a systematic layout is sure to build your learning curve in an apt manner and offer the right direction as well.

There is immense application of the laws that govern physics and we have listed all the major details and courses in our series

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MIT Fall 2017
This course is an introduction to quantum mechanics for use by chemists. Topics include particles and waves, wave mechanics, semi-classical quantum mechanics, matrix mechani
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Probability and statistics: Joint and conditional probabilities and densities. Moments, cumulants, generating functions, characteristic function. Binomial, Poisson, Gaussian d
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UC Berkeley Spring 2015
Introduction to electricity, magnetism, electromagnetic waves, optics, and modern physics. The course presents concepts and methodologies for understanding physical phenomena,
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Symmetry and Physical Properties of Crystals Point groups, Bravais lattices, Space groups, Neumannís Principle and tensor properties of crystalline solids, elements of group t
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Analytic functions of a complex variable:Complex numbers. Equations to curves in the plane in terms of z and z* - The Riemann sphere and stereographic projection. Analytic fu
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Mechanics of a system of particles in vector form. Conservation of linear momentum, energy and angular momentum - Degrees of freedom, generalized coordinates and velocities. L
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Theory of relativity:Inertial and non inertial frame and fictitious force, Michelson Moreley experiment and postulates of special theory of relativity, Galilean and Lorentz tr
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Inertial Frames, Universality of Newton's second law in all inertial frames, Classical Relativity, Does universal rest (ether) exists - Michelson Morley Experiment - Postulate
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Introduction - Energy sources, Nuclear Power Production, medical and Societal applications of radiation - Nuclear fuel cycle - Basic Physics of Nuclear Reactors:Atomic Structu
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Introduction to the STiTACS course - Quantum Collisions - Quantum Theory of collisions - Quantum Theory of collisions: optical Theorem - Quantum Theory of collisions: Differe
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Contents: Overview of the Course : Remembering Geiger, Marsden and Rutherford, Alpha particle scattering from metal foils - Overview of Nuclear Physics Basic Nuclear Constit
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Review of Classical Mechanics : Hamiltonians and Lagrangians. Legendre transforms and their properties. Euler-Lagrange equations. Principle of least action. (Functional calcul
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Contents: Review of Semiconductor Device Physics : Energy bands in solids, the E-k diagram, Density of states, Occupation probability, Fermi level and quasi Fermi levels, p-n
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Introduction to Vector Calculus:Spherical and Cylindrical coordinates, gradient, divergence and curl, Laplacian operator - Volume and line integrals, surface integrals, Diverg
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Stanford Fall 2012
The equivalence principle - Accelerated reference frames - Curvilinear coordinate transformations - Effect of gravity on light - Tidal forces - Euclidean geometry - Riemannian
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Contents: String theory (with its close relative, M-theory) is the basis for the most ambitious theories of the physical world. It has profoundly influenced our understanding
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Contents: Basics of plasmas : Plasma as a state of matter, Debye length, plasma frequency, collisions, dc conductivity, ac conductivity. Plasma production and measurements :
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Contents: Motivations for studying quantum mechanics - Basic principles of quantum mechanics,Probabilities and probability amplitudes - Linear vector spaces , bra and ket vec
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