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Academic Year School/Graduate School Lecture Code 2023Year Liberal Arts Education Program 63150001 Area Courses 物質とエネルギー ブツシツトエネルギー Matter and Energy HATAKENAKA NORIYUKI ハタケナカ　ノリユキ Higashi-Hiroshima 1st-Year,  Second Semester,  3Term (3T) Thur5-8：IAS K314 Lecture Lecture-oriented class 2.0 J : Japanese 1 : Undergraduate Introductory 25 : Science and Technology 06 : Physics matter, energy Area Courses（Courses in Natural Sciences)　Category：Physics / Astronomy / Applied Physics 1. To be able to explain the formation and development processes and contemporary issues of each academic discipline.2. To be able to explain historical and contemporary issues that span multiple academic disciplines from multifaceted perspectives. he course aims to give the students an understanding of the fundamental concepts of physics specifically on the basic principles of energy and matter. lesson1 Introductionlesson2 Mechanical energy (1) Newton's law of motionlesson3 Mechanical energy (2)  Work and energylesson4 Mechanical energy (3) Energy conservation lawlesson5 Thermal energy (1) The concept of heatlesson6 Thermal energy (2) First law of thermodynamicslesson7 Thermal energy (3) Second law of thermodynamicslesson8 Electromagnetic energy (1) Static aspectlesson9 Electromagnetic energy (2) Dynamic aspectlesson10 Electromagnetic energy (3) Electromagnetic waveslesson11 Relativistic energy (1) Special theory of relativitylesson12 Relativistic energy (2) E=mc^2lesson13 Quantum-mechanical energy (1) optelectric effectlesson14 Quantum-mechanical energy (2) Schrodinger equationlesson15 Summary Textbook and reference books are indicated in the class PowerPoint (in several classes) lesson1 Check the definition of energy before the class. lesson2 Reconfirm the concept of force. lesson3 Check the relationship between work and energy. lesson4 Consider how to apply energy conservation law in the daily life. lesson5 Reconsider the concept of heat after the class. lesson6 What is the difference between energy conservation law and first law of thermodaynamics?lesson7 Study physical information behind heat flows. lesson8 What is the concept of a field in Physics?lesson9 What is the smallest unit of a magnet?lesson10 Who is Maxwell? lesson11 Who is Einstein? lesson12 Rederive  E=mc^2 from the very beginning after the classlesson13 Reconfirm wave-particle duality. lesson14 Look up Prof. Schrodinger's past record. lesson15 Summary (1) Class participation and assignments 30%(2) Final exam 70% Please fill in the class improvement questionnaire which is carried out on all classes.Instructors will reflect on your feedback and utilize the information for improving their teaching.
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