|Intro Physics Lecture Notes|
|Physics 1: Mechanics|
J.D. Jones, Online Course
These lecture notes compose an online introductory course to mechanics. Some topics include Measurements in Mechanics, Motion in One Dimension, Vector Arithmetic, Work and Kinetic Energy, Linear Momentum and Collisions, Rotational Dynamics, and Fluid Mechanics.
|PHYS232: Elementary Physics II|
Various, Michigan State University
The goal of these course notes is to explain physical principles necessary for understanding electrical, optical and nuclear devices and to give students an understanding of fundamental physical laws of the universe.
|PH-201 Calculus-Based Physics I|
Various, University of South Alabama
This course is focused on the calculus of physics. It is a very thorough course that covers Physics and Measurement, Motion in One Dimension, Two Dimensions and Three Dimensions, Vectors, Laws of Motion, Circular Motion, Work and Kinetic Energy, Linear Momentum and Collisions, Rolling Motion and Angular Momentum, Oscillatory Motion, Fluid Motion, and many others.
|PY106: Elementary Physics II|
Various, Boston University
This elementary physics course has lecture notes for year two physics. Lecture note topics are Charge / Coulomb's law, Electric fields, Electric potential, Capacitors / Batteries, Current and resistance, Magnetic materials, AC Circuits, EM Waves, Diffraction / Thin films, Polarization / Human Eye, Intro to Quantum Mechanics and more.
|PHY121: Intro to Physics|
Various, Rochester University
These lecture notes cover the entire first year of introductory chemistry. The main subjects include Motion in a Straight Line, Vectors, Motion in a Plane, Force and Motion, Work and Kinetic Energy, Conservation of Energy, Systems of Particles, Collisions, Rolling, Torque and Angular Momentum, Equilibrium and Elasticity, Oscillations, and more.
Peter Suranyi, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio
This course covers relativity, quantum theories and mechanics, and nuclear physics. The class notes are very well structured, clear, and detailed.
|Physics 1301 Introductory Physics|
Ian Burley, University of Winnipeg
This course covers motion, force, energy, momentum and gravity. These notes constitute a general, non-calculus introductory physics course. They are based on lectures given through the IUN/FYDE distance education program of the University of Winnipeg, which provides access to university level courses for communities outside of Winnipeg. The material covered comprises the introductory course Physics 1301 offered at the University.
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