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A-level Physics25% developed  as of February 16, 2006Physics Study Guide75% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000The Free High School Science Texts: Physics75% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000Engineering Thermodynamics50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000Solid Mechanics50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000Astronomy0% developed  as of Apr 28, 2006Astrophysics0% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000Electronics50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000Circuit Idea25% developed  as of May 6, 2007Semiconductors25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000Special Relativity75% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000General Relativity25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000Physics with Calculus25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000Basic Electrical Generation and Distribution75% developed  as of April 25, 2006

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Sparse text 0% Developing text 25% Maturing text 50% Developed text 75% Comprehensive text 100%
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A-level Physics Multibody Mechanics
Acoustics 50% developed  as of April 20, 2006 Nanotechnology
25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Astronomy Physics231
25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Astrophysics 75% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Physics Study Guide
75% developed  as of April 25, 2006 Basic Electrical Generation and Distribution 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Physics with Calculus
50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Electronics 50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Solid Mechanics
50% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Engineering Thermodynamics 0% developed  as of April 10, 2006 String Theory
25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 General relativity 75% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Special relativity
25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Introduction to Physical Science 0% developed  as of Oct 30, 2006 Statistical Mechanics
Kinematics 0% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Theoretical Mechanics
0% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Marine Hydrodynamics 25% developed  as of Dec 12, 2006 This quantum world
50% developed  as of June 3, 2006 Microtechnology 0% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Vibrations of Structures
25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 Modern Physics 75% developed  as of Aug 6, 2006 Waves
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Mechanics

Energy and Power

  • 0% developed  as of Feb 4, 2007 (Feb 4, 2007) Energy and Power - This course will be an introduction to energy and power within a societal context.

Electromagnetism

Thermodynamics

Quantum mechanics

Relativity

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Special Relativity is an introductory text for physics undergraduates and advanced high school students. It is also approachable by the educated layman. It is carefully designed to tackle the physics of simultaneity.

Optics

  • 25% developed  as of Jan 1, 2000 (Jan 1, 2000) Optics - Suitable for high school students.

Acoustics

Micro and Nanotechnology

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History of Physics

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