# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 14 Special Relativity spring 2008-Physics

Michelson and Morley performed an experiment to measure earth’s velocity through this substance.
Relativity, Einstein, space, time, Mathematical, consequences, Simultaneity,relative, Lorentz, Transformation, gamma,  factor, dilation, Length, c...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 19 Quantum spring 2008-Physics

Every particle or system of particles can be defined in quantum mechanical terms.
Quantum Mechanics, Particle-waves, Q.M, weird theory, Quantum Wavelength, Uncertainty, Principle, Diffraction, Double Slit Experimen, pattern, interference peaks...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 06 Inertia spring 2008-Physics

An object that is not subjected to any outside forces moves at constant velocity, covering equal distances in equal times, along a straight path.Inertia, Forces, Acceleration, Legacy, Isaac, Newton, Vector, Velocity, Constant, Motion, deceleration...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 14 Special Relativity spring 2008-Physics

Michelson and Morley performed an experiment to measure earth’s velocity through this substance.
Relativity, Einstein, space, time, Mathematical, consequences, Simultaneity,relative, Lorentz, Transformation, gamma,  factor, dilation, Length, c...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 19 Quantum spring 2008-Physics

Every particle or system of particles can be defined in quantum mechanical terms.
Quantum Mechanics, Particle-waves, Q.M, weird theory, Quantum Wavelength, Uncertainty, Principle, Diffraction, Double Slit Experimen, pattern, interference peaks...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 06 Inertia spring 2008-Physics

An object that is not subjected to any outside forces moves at constant velocity, covering equal distances in equal times, along a straight path.Inertia, Forces, Acceleration, Legacy, Isaac, Newton, Vector, Velocity, Constant, Motion, deceleration...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 15 General Relativity spring 2008-Physics

Doing Newtonian mechanics in a non-inertial frame of reference can force you to invoke “fictitious-forces”, really just unexpected forces, i.e., artifacts from doing physics in that frame.
Newtonian, Relativistic, frameworks, Gravitational, Re...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 18 Electromagnetism spring 2008-Physics

A changing magnetic field produces an electric field, and a changing electric field produces a magnetic field.
Electromagnetism, Electromagnetic Induction, Electromagnetic Waves, Magnetic fields, Electromagnets, Induced Current, Induced Curren...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 24 Frontier spring 2008-Physics

Quantum Mechanics says the vacuum is a turmoil of continuous production and annihilation of particle-antiparticle pairs.
Frontiers, Physics, Vacuum, Energetic, philosophical, Supernatural, Entity, Anthropic, support, philosophy, Concepts in Ph...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 23 Society spring 2008-Physics

Basic research in science tends to focus on the fundamental properties of the natural world.
Science, Society, Economics, Education, Thought, Technology, Research, Applied Science, evolution, Development, fraction, Impacts,  Concepts in Physic...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 22 Nuclear spring 2008-Physics

A neutron, which is heavier than a proton, can (and will!) decide to switch to the lower-energy state of the proton.
Nuclear Energy, Fission, Fusion, the Sun’s Energy, Nucleus, decaying neutron, Counting particles, Fission, Uranium, decay, The...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 21 Nature spring 2008-Physics

The atmosphere acts like a mild prism: the refractive index varies slightly with wavelength.
Natural Light Phenomena, scattered, spectrum, orange curve, sun-dogs, halo, geometry, Glorys, Heiligenschein, shadow-hiding, Green Flash, atmosphere,...

# Concepts in Physics-Lecture 20 Light spring 2008-Physics

Our eyes can’t detect intrinsic light from objects (mostly infrared), unless they get “red hot”.
Light, Spectra, Color, Addition, Subtraction, Spectral, Fluorescent,Sources, Paper, Markers, LCD, Monitor, Transmission, Sunglasses, filter, fiber...