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Thermodynamics & Modrn Physics

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Thermodynamics & Modrn Physics PHY 215

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Quinn Larkin
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This 24 page Class Notes was uploaded by Quinn Larkin on Saturday September 19, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHY 215 at Michigan State University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 45 views. For similar materials see /class/207636/phy-215-michigan-state-university in Physics 2 at Michigan State University.

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Date Created: 09/19/15
Thermodynamics Chapters 19 20 21 HRW Relativity Chapter 2 Photons Chapters 1 35 Quantum Theory Chapters 5 6 Atomic Theory Chapters 4 7 8 Nuclear Properties Chapter 12 Nuclear Reactions Chapter 13 Elementary Particles Chapter 14 Conduction Radiation P V Diagrams 1st Law of TD Engines Entropy F L Contraction Time Dilation Addition of Velocities Rel Doppler Rel Kinematics X rays Photoelectric Effect Compton Scattering De Broglie Bragg scattering Planck Heisenberg Schrodinger Square Well Simple Harm Osc Pot barriers Tunneling Bohr Rutherford Atomic Q numbers Zeeman effect J LS spect Notation Anom Zeeman effect Nuclear composition Binding energy Sizes and shapes Radioactive decay Half lives Reactions Q values Fission Fusion Fundamental forces Particle classification Quark structure PMT11 PFl H1 1962 MT13 PMT12 MT12 PF2 PMT13 H3 213 MT21 PMT21 PF3 H5 251 MT22 H6 343 MT23 PF4 PMT22 PMT24 H8 S3 H6 333 MT31 H9 65 MT32 PMT31 PFS H9 637 H9 639 H7 423 MT24 PMT23 PMT32 MT33 MT34 PMT33 H12 124 H12 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