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MS physics 1

middle school physics stock clues 1

theory of general relativity Albert Einstein
Nobel Prize in physics for the photoelectric effect Albert Einstein
annus mirabilis (miracle year), 1905 Albert Einstein
Brownian motion Albert Einstein
with Satyendra Bose Albert Einstein
the oil drop experiment electron
discovered by JJ Thomson electron
various levels of orbitals electron
outside of the nucleus with a negative charge electron
composed of two up quarks and one down quark proton
would decay into a pion in a positron proton
an extra one belonging to a molecule of water results in a hydronium ion proton
positive particle found in the nucleus proton
its number in an element is the atomic number proton
Ives and Stilwell the Doppler effect
light may blue shift or red shift due to this effect the Doppler effect
a ratio calculated by dividing wave velocity by source velocity plus wave velocity the Doppler effect
the frequency of the wave is changed by the relative motion of an observer the Doppler effect
Robert Mulliken/Mulliken scale electronegativity
Linus Pauling/Pauling scale electronegativity
Sanderson electronegativity
measure of an atom's ability to attract electrons to itself electronegativity
Boltzmann entropy
symbolized S entropy
the amount of disorder in the system entropy
Sackeur-Tetrode equation entropy
this quantity will always increase entropy
Gibbs paradox entropy
represented by the normal force times a coefficient friction
Amontons law friction
an equation named for Coulomb friction
represented by the Greek letter mu friction
force that opposes the motion of two bodies in contact friction
when air resistance exactly counteracts this force an object has reached terminal velocity gravity
acceleration on earth equal to 9.81 m/s squared gravity
it is described on large scales by the general theory of relativity gravity
weakest fundamental force gravity
magnetic field around a closed loop Ampere's law
Maxwell added a displacement current Ampere's law
Biot--Savart law Ampere's law
it is symbolized capital L angular momentum
Clebsch--Gordan coefficients angular momentum
Stern--Gerlach experiment angular momentum
cross product of position and linear momentum angular momentum
product of moment of inertia and angular velocity angular momentum
it is equal to three halves times Boltzmann's constant times temperature kinetic energy
one half mass times velocity squared for a moving object kinetic energy
it is not conserved in inelastic collisions kinetic energy
type of energy possessed by objects in motion kinetic energy
Kennedy and Thorndike Michelson Morley experiment
Dayton Miller Michelson Morley experiment
a slab of marble floating in a pool of Mercury Michelson Morley experiment
a half silvered glass plate Michelson Morley experiment
disproved the existence of the luminiferous ether Michelson Morley experiment
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