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Physics is a natural science that involves the study of matter and its motion through spacetime, along with related concepts such as energy and force. More broadly, it is the general analysis of nature, conducted in order to understand how the universe behaves.
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Weegy: There are two major divisions of Physics: 1. [ Classical Physics - concerned with matter and energy on the normal scale of observation; includes the following traditional topics discussed: a.) Mechanics - concerned with bodies acted on by forces and bodies in motion, further subdivided into the following: a.1 Statics - study of the forces on a body or bodies at rest a.2 Kinematics - study of motion without regard to its causes a.3 Dynamics - study of motion and the forces that affect it b.) Heat and Thermodynamics Heat is a form of energy, the internal energy possessed by the particles of which a substance is composed; thermodynamics deals with the relationships between heat and other forms of energy. c.) Acoustics - the study of sound that is due to the motions of the particles of air or other medium through which sound waves can travel d.) Optics - the study of light that is concerned not only with visible light but also with infrared and ultraviolet radiation, which exhibit all of the phenomena of visible light except visibility e.) Electromagnetism - the physics of the electromagnetic field, but needs the discussion of electricity and magnetism afterwhich is their interrelationship. 2. Modern Physics - concerned with the behavior of matter and energy under extreme conditions or on the very large or very small scale These are generally considered to be the topics regarded as the "core" of the foundation of modern physics: a.) Atomic theory and the evolution of the atomic model in general b.) Black body radiation c.) Franck?Hertz experiment d.) Geiger?Marsden experiment (Rutherford's experiment) e.) Gravitational lensing f.) Michelson?Morley experiment g.) Photoelectric effect h.) Quantum thermodynamics i.) Radioactive phenomena in general j.) Perihelion precession of Mercury k.) Stern?Gerlach experiment l.) Wave?particle duality ] (More)
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