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## Biology 141

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# Biology 141

Sieva Kozinsky
UCSB
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Jane Silverman

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Date Created: 05/08/14
Prep101 MCAT Physics Study List Mechanics Translational Motion Force Momentum Work and Energy A Translational Motion 1 Vector arithmetic 2 Speed velocity acceleration 3 Projectile motion B Force 1 Mass and weight 2 Center of mass 3 Newton s three laws 4 Concept of a field 5 Law of gravitation F Gmlmzr2 6 Centripetal force and circular motion Fmv2r 7 Torques 8 Friction static and kinetic 9 Analysis of pulley systems 10 Equilibrium C Momentum 1 Momentum mv 2 Impulse Ft 3 Conservation of linear momentum 4 Elastic and inelastic collisions D Work and Energy 1 Work 2 Kinetic energy KE 12 mvz units 3 Potential energy a PE mgh gravitational local h PE 12 kxz spring c PE GmMr gravitational general 4 Conservation of energy 5 Conservative and nonconservative forces 6 Power Waves and Periodic Motion 1 Wave characteristics transverse vs longitudinal wavelength frequency velocity in different media amplitude intensity log scale phase 2 Supposition of waves interference 3 Hooke s law force F kx 4 Simple harmonic motion Page 1 of 3 5 6 7 8 9 Prep101 Resonance Standing waves nodes harmonics Beat frequencies Refraction and diffraction Doppler effect Fluids and Solids A Fluids u1IgtuJlJgt am oo1omIgtwNgt Density speci c gravity Buoyancy Archimedes principle Hydrostatic pressure Ideal and nonideal uids Continuity equation Av constant Concept of turbulence at high velocities Surface tension Bemoulli s equation Solids Density Elastic properties elementary properties Thermal expansion coefficient Shear Compression Electricity and Magnetism A Electrostatics 1 Charge charge conservation 2 Coulomb s law F kqlqzr2 3 Electric field and electric potential 4 Electric dipole aligns with applied electric field has potential UpEcos9 B 1 Force on individual charged particles moving in magnetic field Magnetism 2 Force on a current in magnetic field 3 General concepts of sources of the magnetic field 4 Nature of solenoid 5 Magnetic field induced by current in straight wire and other simple configurations 6 Relationship between E and B C Electronic Circuits 1 Current I dQdt sign conventions units 2 Battery electromotive force voltage 3 Terminal potential intemal resistance of battery Page 2 of 3 Prep101 4 Resistivity and resistance series and parallel 5 Capacitors 6 Power 7 Alternating currents Light and Geometrical Optics A Light 1 Light as an electromagnetic radiation 2 Concept of interference Young double slit experiment 3 Thin lms diffraction grating single slit diffraction 4 Polarization of light B Geometrical Optics 1 Re ection refraction dispersion 2 Spherical mirrors a Center of curvature b Focal length c Real and virtual images 3 Thin lenses a Converging and diverging lenses b Use of formula 1do ldi lf with sign conventions c Lens strength diopters 4 Combination of lenses and mirrors 5 Ray tracing Atomic and Nuclear Structure 1 Quantized electron energy levels and the corresponding atomic emission spectra 2 Atomic number atomic weight 3 Neutrons protons isotopes 4 Binding energy 5 Nuclear forces 6 Radioactive decay 0L 3 y halflife exponential decay semilog plots 7 General nature of fission 8 General nature of fusion 9 Mass deficit energy liberated Page 3 of 3

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