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 Physics is the study of science which deals with the scientific method. Reason,logics and experimental evidences includes into scientifics western culture the father of physics title not given to an individual person all the scientist who gaves contribution into laws of physics are consider as father of physics some of them are ,Issac newton,Albert Einstein,galileo galilei.physics is a greek word which is origin from phusis(nature).Physics is consider as the physical phenomena and fundamental laws.According to place to pace the "laws of physics" do not change or modified .


-CLASSICAL PHYSICS(it is developed before 19th century)
*classical mechanics: it defines as the study of motion
*waves:it defines as the study of vibrational motion
*Thermodynamics:it defines as heat transfer.
*Electromagnetism:it defines the study of electric charges.
*physical optics:it defines the study of light

-MODERN PHYSICS(it is developed after19th century)
* atomic physics
*nuclear physics
*Quantum mechanism Every physical quantity can be show in terms of only three fundamental dimensions they are Mass (M), Length (L), Time (T).
so changes in quantities are not allowed that have different dimensions.

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  • Physics, measurement, Vectors, Motion in 1 and 2 dimensions, Newton’s Laws of Motion, Friction forces, Uniform Circular Motion, Work & Kinetic Energy, Potential Energy, Energy Conservation, Linear Momentum.
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  • Explaining Motion, Motions in Space, Momentum, Energy, Einstein’s Relativity, Structure of Matter, States of Matter, Thermal Energy, Available Energy, Vibrations & Waves, Early Atom
  • General Physics : Concepts of force, torque, energy, momentum, work used to cover fluids, waves, sound, temperature, heat; biological,Electricity including electrostatics and simple circuits;magnetism; optics; nuclear physics, radiation; biological.
  • Physics for Scientists and Engineers:Forces, energy, momentum, angular momentum, oscillations, waves, heat, thermodynamics,Electricity and magnetism, circuits, light, optics 
  • Modern Physics:Relativity; quantum mechanics; atomic structure; applications to solid-state, nuclear, and elementary particle physics.
  • Analytical Techniques for Physics,Applications to physics of curvilinear coordinate systems, line/surface integrals, linear algebra, ordinary/partial differential equations,probability.
  • Mechanics:Particle dynamics, translation and rotation of rigid bodies, moving coordinate systems, Lagrangian mechanics, matrix and tensor methods.
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  • Optics and Waves:Geometrical optics; wave optics; interference, diffraction, and polarization; quantum optics.
  • Physical Thermodynamics:Laws of thermodynamics;  fluids, phase transitions, electrical and magnetic systems, binary mixtures.
  • Quantum Mechanics:Schrodinger's theory of wave mechanics, potential wells, approximation techniques, perturbation theory, identical,particles and spin,structure and spectra of atoms and molecules, hydrogen atom.WKB theory.
Complex Topics covered by Physics :
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  • Statistical Physics: Maxwell-Boltzmann, Fermi-Dirac, and Bose-Einstein distribution functions;kinetic theory; applications to solids, metals, semiconductors, and gases.Chaos, Fractals, and Nonlinear Dynamics.Strange attractors, fractal dimensions, Lyapunov exponents,multifractal spectrum, period doubling, universality, intermittency, time-delay embedding.
  • Lasers :Stimulated emission; laser resonators; theory of laser oscillation; specific laser systems; 
  • Solid State Physics : Crystal structures and bonding, electronic levels and vibrations, dielectric, optical and magnetic properties, quasiparticles, superconductivity.
  • Elementary Particle Physics:Particle interactions and detection techniques. Quark model, scattering models and standard model of electroweak interactions, physics of colliders.
  • Mathematical Methods for Physics :Vector analysis, eigenvalues and eigenvectors, infinite series, method of Frobenius
  • Classical Mechanics,Central forcesnoninertial reference frames, Coriolis force, Lagrange's and Hamilton's equations, small oscillations, continuum mechanics.
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  • ElectromagnetismElectrostatics in a vacuum and a medium, general solution of Laplace's equation, Green's functions, magnetostatics in a vacuum and a medium.Maxwell's equations
  • Statistical Mechanics: Canonical and grand-canonical ensembles; Maxwell-Boltzmann
  • Condensed Matter Theory: Second quantization; electrons; phonons; electron-phonon interaction; superconductivity; magnetism; spin waves; density-functional methods; symmetry.
  • Elementary Particle Theory:Symmetries, electrodynamics, renormalization, and the running coupling constant. Hadron structure, QCD, gauge symmetry and electroweak interaction.
  • Quantum Theory:Formal scattering theory; relativistic quantum mechanics, quantum theory of radiation, symmetries and statistics, many-body theory.
  • Bose-Einstein condensates,dark energy,neutrino interactions,photonics,semiconductor nanostructures.
  • Compton effect,particle identification by time-of-flight,Cerenkov light,calorimeter response,tunnel effect in radioactive decays,angular distribution of cosmic rays,scattering,gamma-gamma nuclear correlations.
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