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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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Contents: Introduction to Physics - Acceleration - The Acceleration of Gravity - Calculating Distance Traveled - Speed and Velocity - Projectile Motion - Force - Vector Addit
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Quantum Mechanics and the Symmetry of the hydrogen atom - Complete set of observables for the non-relativistic Hydrogen atom - radial and angular wavefunctions; Complete set o
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Contents: Canonical Quantization : General Formulation. Conjugate Momentum and Quantization. Neutral Scalar Field. Commutation Relations, Normal Ordering, Bose Symmetry, Fock
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KLEIN-GORDON AND DIRAC EQUATIONS:Introduction, The Klein-Gordon equation - Particles and antiparticles, Two component framework - Coupling to electromagnetism, Solution of the
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Basic mathematical preliminaries:Dirac Delta function and Fourier Transforms. Wave particle duality, one- and three- dimensional Schrödinger equation. The free particle probl
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This course explores the various nonlinear optical phenomena and the quantum nature of light. Media behave in a nonlinear fashion when the light intensities are high and this
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Equations of Motion. Principle of Causality and Newton’s I & II Laws. Interpretation of Newton’s 3rd Law as ‘conservation of momentum’ and its determination from translational
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In particular, the course focuses on string theory with regard to important issues in contemporary physics. Topics include: 1) the impact of string theory on the pursuit of
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UC Berkeley Fall 2011
The most interesting and important topics in physics, stressing conceptual understanding rather than math, with applications to current events. Topics covered may vary and may
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UC Berkeley Spring 2006
Atoms and Heat - Gravity and Satellites - Radioactivity - Nukes - Electricity and Magnetism - Waves - Light - Invisible Light - Quantum - Relativity - Universe
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Electrostatics - Electric Fields - Gauss's Law and Application to Conductors and Insulators - The Electric Potential and Conservation of Energy - Capacitors - Resistance - Cir
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