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PHYS 340 From Atoms to the Universe
Ancient Greek ideas of substance and forms and modern concepts of forces and fields. The twentieth-century quantum revolution. The modern universe, from quarks and atoms to the big bang. Quantum paradoxes. Not for credit in the faculties of Science and Applied Science. No mathematics required.
- RESTRICTION: Not for credit in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Applied Science. Students in other faculties are welcome to register.
- This course is restricted to students not in any of these faculties: SCIE,APSC in year: >1
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