What is modern physics?
Basically, there are two types of Physics, Modern Physics and Classical Physics. Modern Physics believes in dual nature both particle and wave nature of matter. It provides a microscopic vision of matter, It is based upon Planck’s quantum theory of light and De Broglie’s idea of matter-wave. Atomic Physics, Nuclear Physics, Relativistic Physics, and Quantum Physics are examples of modern Physics.
Important Topics and Applications of M.Physics are given below:
- Modern physics
- Schrodinger wave equation
- General topics
- Examples of mechanical and matter waves
- What is the difference between electromagnetic waves and matter waves?
- Difference between stress and strain in tabular form
- Difference between young’s modulus, bulk modulus, and shear modulus
- list of elementary particles
- Planck’s radiation law derivation
- State the Pauli Exclusion Principle
- The special theory of relativity postulates
- Binding Energy and mass defect
- Cosmic rays: Definition, uses, and effects
- Why radio waves diffract around buildings?
- uses and applications of x rays waves in everyday life
- Plasma physics and controlled fusion energy
- Is an electron a particle or a wave?
- Does a photon have a de Broglie wavelength?
- X rays use, properties and applications
- Properties of Alpha, Beta and Gamma rays with uses and differences
- Thermal radiation: Definition, examples, and properties
- What is Photovoltaic effect?
- What instrument is used to measure atmospheric pressure?