The Master Index Of Science


Table Of Index

    1. Books on The History Of Science
    2. The Beginnings of Science
    3. The Scientific Revolution 
      1. The Scientific Revolution 
      2. Classical or Greek Science
      3. Greek Mathematics
      4. Platonic Academy
      5. Roman/Byzantine Science
    4. Galileo
    5. Newton
    6. Electrostatics
      1. What is charge?[Ref 1],[Ref 2]
      2. Coulomb’s Law// Force between charges, spherical symmetry
      3. Gauss’s law// Concept of Electric flux
    7. Poisson and Laplace equations
    8. Alessandro Volta
    9. Electricity and Magnetism
    10. Electro-Magnetic Induction
      1. Hans Christian Oersted
      2. Michael Faraday
      3. James Clerk Maxwell
      4. Heinrich Hertz
    11. Albert Einstein
    12. From Newton’s Gravity to Einstein’s Relativity
    13. D.C. To A.C.
      1. Edison Vs Tesla & Westinghouse[How electricity works by Ermann],[Ref 2]
      2. The first hydro-electric AC power plant in 1895 in Niagara Falls
      3. Steam turbine used to drive generators
    14. Early AC Power systems in 1890s
    15. The Transistor
    16. Rise of Modern Chemical Engineering
    17. Mauveine
    18. The Amplitude Modulation
    19. List of Nobel Laureates in Physics with area of specialization

In late July 1957, researchers at General Electric developed the first Silicon Controlled Rectifier or SCR. It followed by 10-years development of the transistor by Bell Labs. The transistor was the first of many modern solid-state electronic devices; which in due course leads to formation of “Silicon Valley” in California.


Educational Sites and Videos

    1. 8.02x – Introduction Lectures by Walter Lewin. They will make you ♥ Physics.
      Published on Mar 13, 2015 Course on Youtube

      1. 8.02x – Lect 1 – Electric Charges and Forces – Coulomb’s Law – Polarization by Walter Lewin MIT
      2. 8.02x – Lect 2 – Electric Field Lines, Superposition, Inductive Charging, Induced Dipoles
      3. 8.02x – Lect 3 – Electric Flux, Gauss’ Law, Examples By Walter Lewin, MIT

      4. 8.02x – Lect 4 – Electrostatic Potential, Electric Energy, Equipotential Surfaces
        1. Demo starting at minute 43: Tube light glows in electric field with no wires attached
      5. 8.02x – Lect 5 – E= – grad V, Conductors, Electrostatic Shielding (Faraday Cage)
        Lectures by Walter Lewin
      6. 8.02x – Lect 6 – High-voltage Breakdown, Lightning, Sparks, St-Elmo’s Fire
        Lectures by Walter Lewin.

        1. Demo  6 – 8:30 min
        2. Stepped leader and return stroke in lightening
        3. Demo on lighening starting at 41 minute
      7. 8.02x – Lect 7 – Capacitance, Electric Field Energy
      8. 8.02x – Lect 8 – Polarization, Dielectrics, Van de Graaff
      9. The Wonders of Electricity & Magnetism – Sept 2005 by Walter Lewin
      10. Continue with 8.02x
      11. Walter Lewin – Maxwell’s Equations, at Quantum Laser Pointers
    2. Physics by PSSC: Physical Science Study Committee Films (23 Videos)
    3. Hyperphysics
    4. An Intro to Electricity and Magnetism by Scott Hill Online book
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