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Physics 10 - Physics for Future Presidents

Physics 10: Physics for Future Presidents (Spring 2006, UC Berkeley). Taught by Professor Richard A. Muller, this course deals with some of interesting and important topics in physics. The lectures stress conceptual understanding rather than math, with applications to current events. Topics covered may vary and may include energy and conservation, radioactivity, nuclear physics, the theory of relativity, lasers, explosions, earthquakes, superconductors, and quantum physics.

Atoms and Heat


Lecture 01 - Atoms and Heat
Lecture 02 - Atoms and Heat II
Lecture 03 - Gravity and Satellites
Lecture 04 - Gravity and Satellites II
Lecture 05 - Radioactivity
Lecture 06 - Radioactivity II
Lecture 07 - Nukes
Lecture 08 - Review Session
Lecture 09 - Electricity and Magnetism
Lecture 10 - Electricity and Magnetism II
Lecture 11 - Waves I
Lecture 12 - Waves II
Lecture 13 - Light I
Lecture 14 - Light II
Lecture 15 - Invisible Light I
Lecture 16 - Invisible Light II
Lecture 17 - Quantum I
Lecture 18 - Quantum II
Lecture 19 - Quantum III
Lecture 20 - Quantum IV
Lecture 21 - Review Session
Lecture 22 - Relativity
Lecture 23 - Relativity II
Lecture 24 - Universe I
Lecture 25 - Universe II
Lecture 26 - Review Session

References
Physics for Future Presidents
Instructors: Professor Richard A. Muller and Professor Bob Jacobsen. Old exams. Selected text book chapters.