Classical Physics

Physics is amiably that tiny subset of reality that is susceptible to mathematics. Physics as an exact science, deals with matter and energy in terms of motion, and is knowledge possessed as the result of study and practise, which is classified and accumulated. Physics is used heavily in engineering. Physics covers a wide range of phenomena, from simplest particles (such as quarks, neutrinos, and electrons) to the largest superclusters of galaxies. Involved in these phenomena do the most basic objects comprise all other things. Therefore, physics is sometimes called the "fundamental science"

The science of physics has for its province a study of the phenomena that occur in the world of nature about us, and the endeavour to understand more fully the laws according to which these phenomena takes place. The human mind is so constituted that it is not content simply to receive impressions of the operation of great fundamental laws, as these are observed to exist in nature, Over the last 2 millennia, physics was a vicinity of physical science together with chemistry, biology, and sure branches of arithmetic; however throughout the scientific revolution within the seventeenth century, the natural sciences appeared as distinctive analysis programs.

  • Solar Physics
  • Medical physics
  • Fundamental and applied superconductivity
  • Classical Physics
  • Theoretical condensed matter
  • Modern Physics
  • Theories of Planck, Bernoulli, Joule, etc.
  • Computational Physics
  • Theoretical Physics
  • Applied physics
  • Meta physics

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