Physics is a branch of science we can also say that physics is natural science which deals with the various natural phenomena. The method used for the study of any natural phenomena is called the scientific method. Physics involves the study of different forms of matter on scale ranging from sub-atomic particles (i.e. the particles that make up the atom and the particles that make up those particles) to stars and even entire galaxies and motion, their properties and various interactions and transformations that they undergo. It also involves all related concepts including force & energy. Actually physics gives us the idea in order to understand how the universe behaves physics has various sub-branches like optics, mechanics, thermodynamic, electromagnetism, cryogenics, photonics, astrophysics fluid dynamic, quantum mechanics, plasma particle physics, atomic and nuclear physics.
Related to the study of light.
Related to the study of the motion of bodies.
Related to study heat and its forms.
Related to the study of electric and magnetic field.
Related to study of physical properties in low Temperature situation for below the freezing point of water.
Related to study of generation, emission, transmission, modulation, detection.
Related to the study of space.
Related to study of the physical properties of fluids
Related to study of science. Where the smallest discreet revues, or quanta, of matter and energy become relevant.
Related to study of physics in the plasma phase.
Related to study of fundamental particles and the force of their interaction.
Related to study of atoms, specifically the electrum properties of the atom.
Related to the study of physical properties of the atomic nucleus.
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|Courses/Topics we help on|
|Applied Physics with Lab||Physics with Lab||Free Body Diagrams|
|Free Fall of Objects||Projectile Motion||Centripetal Force and Newton's Laws|
|Momentum and Collisions||Rotational Dynamics||Gravitational Potential and Potential Energy|
|Variation of 'g' with Altitude and Depth||Heat Transfer and Thermal Expansion||PV Diagrams and Work Done Calculation|
|Capacitor and Energy Stored in a Capacitor||Electric Current, Resistance and Electric Power||Magnetic Field Produced by a Current Carrying Wire, Biot - Savart Law|
|Electromagnetic Induction and LCR Circuits||The Doppler Effect and Sound Waves||Convex Mirror, Concave Mirror|
|Atomic Number and Nuclear Binding Energy||Photo Electric Effect||Flow Rate, Buoyancy and Bernoulli's Theorem|
|Velocity, Acceleration and Related Graphs||Work, Energy and Power||Angular Momentum|
|The Spring-Block Oscillator (SHM)||Electric Field and Electric Potential Difference||Alternating Circuits (AC)|
|Waves on Strings, Open Organ and Closed Organ Pipes||Convex Lens and Concave Lens||Density and Pressure|
|IB Physics||Mechanics and kinematics||Gravitational mechanics|
|Waves and oscillations||Mathematical physics||Optics|
|Properties of matter||Atomic physics||Nuclear physics|
|Thermal physics||Sounds||Current electricity|
|Magnetism||Crystal growth and crystallography||Electromagnetism|
|Semiconductor electronics||Quantum mechanics|