Description: University of Saskatchewan

Phys 125.3 – Physics and Technology

 

Prof. Alexander Moewes

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This course introduces students to aspects of physics with an emphasis on applications in technology and the physical sciences. This course can be used as the second part of an introduction to physics. Topics include torque and angular momentum, fluid mechanics, oscillations and waves, optics, special relativity, and nuclear physics. The course will emphasize the

- development of analytical, mathematical and problem-solving skills, and

- practical application of the scientific method through laboratory experimentation.

This course introduces students to aspects of physics with an emphasis on applications in technology and the physical sciences. This course can be used as the second part of an introduction to physics. Topics include torque and angular momentum, fluid mechanics, oscillations and waves, optics, special relativity, and nuclear physics. The course will emphasize the

- development of analytical, mathematical and problem-solving skills, and

- practical application of the scientific method through laboratory experimentation.

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