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Physics is the natural science that studies matter, energy and force.

It also studies motion and behavior of matter in space and time. Physics is one of the most fundamental scientific disciplines, and its main goal is to understand how the universe behaves. [Add article].



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Main topics

  1. Accelerometers
  2. Acoustics
  3. Aerodynamics
  4. Airspeed
  5. Anomalies in physics
  6. Antimatter
  7. Applied and interdisciplinary physics
  8. Asymmetry
  9. Ballistics
  10. Baryons
  11. Beam engines
  12. Binding energy
  13. Bose–Einstein condensates
  14. Bose–Einstein statistics
  15. Bubbles (physics)
  16. Calcium channels
  17. Calorimetry
  18. Cellular processes
  19. Charge carriers
  20. Chemical kinetics
  21. Chirality
  22. Chromatography
  23. Classical field theory
  24. Classical mechanics
  25. Cold
  26. Concepts in physics
  27. Condensed matter physics
  28. Continuum mechanics
  29. Cooling technology
  30. Cosmic rays
  31. Cosmic-ray experiments
  32. Critical phenomena
  33. Cryogenics
  34. Crystal systems
  35. Crystallography
  36. Dating methods
  37. Density
  38. Determinism
  39. Deuterated compounds
  40. Deuterated solvents
  41. Diamond simulants
  42. Dichotomies
  43. Doppler effects
  44. Dosimeters
  45. Dye-sensitized solar cells
  46. Dynamics (mechanics)
  47. Elasticity (physics)
  48. Element toxicology
  49. Energy
  50. Energy (physics)
  51. Enthalpy
  52. Entropy
  53. Exactly solvable models
  54. Exotic matter
  55. Experimental physics
  56. Experiments for dark matter search
  57. Extreme ultraviolet
  58. Fermi–Dirac statistics
  59. Field theory
  60. Filter frequency response
  61. Fluid dynamic instability
  62. Fluid dynamics
  63. Fluid mechanics
  64. Fluorescence
  65. Fluorescence techniques
  66. Force
  67. Forms of energy
  68. Forms of water
  69. Four-vectors
  70. Frames of reference
  71. Fundamental constants
  72. Fundamental physics concepts
  73. Gamma rays
  74. Glass physics
  75. Glossary of classical physics
  76. Grand Unified Theory
  77. Gravimetry
  78. Gravimetry of objects
  79. Gravity
  80. Hall effect
  81. Hamiltonian mechanics
  82. Heat transfer
  83. Heating
  84. Helium
  85. History of physics
  86. Holography
  87. Hydrogen physics
  88. Hydrogen storage
  89. Hydrogen technologies
  90. Hypothetical nuclei
  91. Hysteresis
  92. Infrared
  93. Infrared imaging
  94. Insulators
  95. Interference
  96. Interferometers
  97. Interferometry
  98. Introductory physics
  99. Josephson effect
  100. Kinematics
  101. Kinetic energy
  102. Lagrangian mechanics
  103. Laser gain media
  104. Laser machining
  105. Laser medicine
  106. Laser science
  107. Laser types
  108. Lasers
  109. Lattice models
  110. Lenses
  111. Light
  112. Light sources
  113. Lightning
  114. Liquid helium
  115. Luminescence
  116. Magnetohydrodynamics
  117. Manhattan Project
  118. Mass
  119. Materials science
  120. Materials testing
  121. Matter
  122. Maxwell–Boltzmann statistics
  123. Mechanics
  124. Mesoscopic physics
  125. Metal detecting
  126. Microfluidics
  127. Microscopy
  128. Microwave bands
  129. Molecules
  130. Nanomaterials
  131. Nanotechnology
  132. Noise
  133. Non-Newtonian fluids
  134. Nonlinear systems
  135. Nucleosynthesis
  136. Onium
  137. Orbits
  138. Orders of magnitude (time)
  139. Oscillators
  140. Pendulums
  141. Phases of matter
  142. Phosphors and scintillators
  143. Photochemistry
  144. Photodetectors
  145. Photometry
  146. Photonics
  147. Photovoltaics
  148. Physical bodies
  149. Physical chemistry
  150. Physical constants
  151. Physical models
  152. Physical objects
  153. Physical paradoxes
  154. Physical phenomena
  155. Physical properties
  156. Physical quantities
  157. Physical quantity
  158. Physical sciences
  159. Physical systems
  160. Physics
  161. Physics books
  162. Physics experiments
  163. Physics theorems
  164. Physics timelines
  165. Physics-related lists
  166. Plasma instabilities
  167. Plasma physics
  168. Plasticity (physics)
  169. Plutonium
  170. Polymer physics
  171. Polymorphism (materials science)
  172. Positron emitters
  173. Potential theory
  174. Potentials
  175. Power (physics)
  176. Power laws
  177. Pressure
  178. Proton
  179. Radar signal processing
  180. Radar theory
  181. Reflective building components
  182. Rheology
  183. Richard Feynman
  184. Rigid bodies
  185. Rigid bodies mechanics
  186. Scanning probe microscopy
  187. Science of photography
  188. Scientific laws
  189. Shock waves
  190. Soft matter
  191. Solar cells
  192. Solid mechanics
  193. Sound
  194. Sound measurements
  195. Space
  196. Space plasmas
  197. Spacetime
  198. Spin models
  199. Spinning
  200. Spinors
  201. Spintronics
  202. Springs (mechanical)
  203. Statistical ensembles
  204. Statistical field theories
  205. Statistical mechanics
  206. Statistical mechanics theorems
  207. String theory
  208. Structural analysis
  209. Subfields of physics
  210. Surface science
  211. Suspected male-mediated teratogens
  212. Synchrotron-related techniques
  213. Temperature
  214. Temporal paradoxes
  215. Temporal rates
  216. Theorems in dynamical systems
  217. Theorems in mathematical physics
  218. Theoretical physics
  219. Theories by Albert Einstein
  220. Thermochemistry
  221. Thin films
  222. Thought experiments in physics
  223. Threshold temperatures
  224. Tidal forces
  225. Time
  226. Time in physics
  227. Time measurement systems
  228. Time scales
  229. Time travel
  230. Tokamaks
  231. Tomography
  232. Tribology
  233. Turbulence
  234. Turbulence models
  235. Types of magnets
  236. Ultrasound
  237. Underground laboratories
  238. Unsolved problems in physics
  239. Vacuum
  240. Velocity
  241. Viscosity
  242. Vortices
  243. Water physics
  244. Water waves
  245. Wave mechanics
  246. Waves
  247. Waves in plasmas
  248. X-rays
  249. Yield criteria

Thermodynamics

  1. Branches of thermodynamics
  2. Dimensionless numbers of thermodynamics
  3. Laws of thermodynamics
  4. Non-equilibrium thermodynamics
  5. Thermodynamic cycles
  6. Thermodynamic entropy
  7. Thermodynamic equations
  8. Thermodynamic free energy
  9. Thermodynamic models
  10. Thermodynamic processes
  11. Thermodynamic properties
  12. Thermodynamic systems
  13. Thermodynamics

Optics

  1. Atomic, molecular, and optical physics
  2. Electro-optical materials
  3. Geometrical optics
  4. Magneto-optic effects
  5. Nonimaging optics
  6. Nonlinear optical materials
  7. Nonlinear optics
  8. Optical components
  9. Optical devices
  10. Optical filters
  11. Optical illusions
  12. Optical instruments
  13. Optical materials
  14. Optical phenomena
  15. Optical spectrum
  16. Optics
  17. Physical optics
  18. Quantum optics
  19. Scattering, absorption and radiative transfer (optics)

Relativity

  1. Coordinate charts in general relativity
  2. Exact solutions in general relativity
  3. General relativity
  4. Relativistic paradoxes
  5. Relativity
  6. Special relativity
  7. Tensors in general relativity
  8. Tests of general relativity
  9. Theorems in general relativity
  10. Theory of relativity

Electricity and Magnetism

  1. Battery (electricity)
  2. Computational electromagnetics
  3. Correlated electrons
  4. Electric and magnetic fields in matter
  5. Electric charge
  6. Electric current
  7. Electric power
  8. Electrical parameters
  9. Electrical phenomena
  10. Electrical resistance and conductance
  11. Electricity
  12. Electro-optical materials
  13. Electroanalytical methods
  14. Electrochemistry
  15. Electrodes
  16. Electrodynamics
  17. Electrolysis
  18. Electromagnetic radiation
  19. Electromagnetic spectrum
  20. Electromagnetism
  21. Electron
  22. Electron beam
  23. Electron microscopy
  24. Electron paramagnetic resonance
  25. Electron spectroscopy
  26. Electron states
  27. Electronic band structures
  28. Electrostatics
  29. Electroweak theory
  30. Ferromagnetic materials
  31. Free-electron lasers
  32. Geomagnetism
  33. II-VI semiconductors
  34. Magnetic devices
  35. Magnetic levitation
  36. Magnetic monopoles
  37. Magnetic ordering
  38. Magnetic resonance imaging
  39. Magnetism
  40. Magnetostatics
  41. Nuclear magnetic resonance
  42. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  43. Photoelectrochemistry
  44. Quantum electrodynamics
  45. Quantum electronics
  46. Quantum magnetism
  47. Radio frequency propagation
  48. Radio modulation modes
  49. Radio spectrum
  50. Radio technology
  51. Radioactive contamination
  52. Radioactivity
  53. Radiochemistry
  54. Radiography
  55. Radioisotope fuels
  56. Radiology
  57. Radiometric dating
  58. Radiometry
  59. Semiconductor growth
  60. Semiconductor materials
  61. Semiconductor structures
  62. Semiconductors
  63. Superconducting detectors
  64. Superconductivity
  65. Superconductors
  66. Thermoelectricity
  67. Units of electrical capacitance
  68. Units of electrical charge
  69. Units of electrical potential
  70. Voltage
  71. Voltage stability

Molecular and Atomic Physics

  1. Absorption spectroscopy
  2. Acceleration
  3. Acoustic equations
  4. Action (physics)
  5. Atomic clocks
  6. Atomic physics
  7. Atomic, molecular, and optical physics
  8. Atoms
  9. Cations
  10. Collision
  11. Combustion
  12. Computational electromagnetics
  13. Computational fluid dynamics
  14. Computational physics
  15. Conservation laws
  16. Convection
  17. Deformation (mechanics)
  18. Diffraction
  19. Diffusion
  20. Dimensionless numbers of fluid mechanics
  21. Dimensionless numbers of thermodynamics
  22. Dirac equation
  23. Effects of gravitation
  24. Electromagnetic radiation
  25. Electron spectroscopy
  26. Emission spectroscopy
  27. Energy conservation
  28. Energy conversion
  29. Equations of fluid dynamics
  30. Equations of physics
  31. Equations of state
  32. Exact solutions in general relativity
  33. Exotic atoms
  34. Fermions
  35. Foundational quantum physics
  36. Fractionation
  37. Friction
  38. Functions of space and time
  39. Fusion power
  40. Fusion reactors
  41. Gas discharge lamps
  42. Gas laws
  43. Gas technologies
  44. Gases
  45. Gravitational
  46. Gravitational instruments
  47. Gravitational lensing
  48. Gravitational waves
  49. Heat conduction
  50. Ideal gas
  51. Infrared spectroscopy
  52. Interaction
  53. Intermolecular forces
  54. Interpretations of quantum mechanics
  55. Ion source
  56. Ionising radiation detectors
  57. Ionization
  58. Ionizing radiation
  59. Ions
  60. Isotope separation
  61. Laser applications
  62. Levitation
  63. Linear motion
  64. Magnetic levitation
  65. Mass spectrometry
  66. Mathematical quantization
  67. Maxwell's equations
  68. Mechanical vibrations
  69. Microwave transmission
  70. Molar quantities
  71. Molecular dynamics
  72. Molecular geometry
  73. Molecular imaging
  74. Molecular machines
  75. Molecular physics
  76. Molecular topology
  77. Molecular vibration
  78. Motion (physics)
  79. Nanoparticles by composition
  80. Neutron instrumentation
  81. Nuclear fusion
  82. Nuclear fusion fuels
  83. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  84. Optical illusions
  85. Pauli exclusion principle
  86. Phase transitions
  87. Polarization (waves)
  88. Precession
  89. Proposed fusion reactors
  90. Radiation
  91. Radiation effects
  92. Radiation protection
  93. Radio frequency propagation
  94. Radio modulation modes
  95. Radioactive contamination
  96. Refraction
  97. Renormalization group
  98. Scattering, absorption and radiative transfer (optics)
  99. Schrödinger equation
  100. Spectrometers
  101. Spectroscopy
  102. State functions
  103. Strangeness production
  104. Subatomic particles
  105. Synchrotron radiation
  106. Theories of gravitation
  107. Thermal protection
  108. Thermodynamic equations
  109. Thin film deposition
  110. Ultraviolet radiation
  111. Units of acceleration
  112. Units of radiation dose
  113. X-ray instrumentation
  114. X-ray spectroscopy

Quantum Physics

  1. Foundational quantum physics
  2. Interpretations of quantum mechanics
  3. Loop quantum gravity
  4. Quantum Lattice models
  5. Quantum Monte Carlo
  6. Quantum chaos theory
  7. Quantum chromodynamics
  8. Quantum complexity theory
  9. Quantum dots
  10. Quantum electrodynamics
  11. Quantum electronics
  12. Quantum field theory
  13. Quantum gravity
  14. Quantum magnetism
  15. Quantum measurement
  16. Quantum mechanical entropy
  17. Quantum mechanics
  18. Quantum models
  19. Quantum numbers
  20. Quantum optics
  21. Quantum phases
  22. Quantum states
  23. Theorems in quantum mechanics
  24. Theorems in quantum physics
  25. Thought experiments in quantum mechanics

Nuclear and Particle Physics

  1. Accelerator neutrino experiments
  2. Accelerator physics
  3. B physics
  4. Bosons
  5. CERN accelerators
  6. CERN experiments
  7. Correlated electrons
  8. Electromagnetic radiation
  9. Electron
  10. Electron beam
  11. Electron microscopy
  12. Electron paramagnetic resonance
  13. Electron spectroscopy
  14. Electron states
  15. Electronic band structures
  16. Electroweak theory
  17. Elementary particles
  18. Environmental isotopes
  19. Experimental particle physics
  20. Fast-neutron reactors
  21. Fermilab
  22. Fermilab experiments
  23. Flavour (particle physics)
  24. Free-electron lasers
  25. Gauge bosons
  26. Gauge theories
  27. Gluons
  28. Hadrons
  29. Hypothetical composite particles
  30. Hypothetical elementary particles
  31. Hypothetical particles
  32. Ionising radiation detectors
  33. Ionizing radiation
  34. Isotopes
  35. Isotopes of actinium
  36. Isotopes of aluminium
  37. Isotopes of americium
  38. Isotopes of antimony
  39. Isotopes of argon
  40. Isotopes of arsenic
  41. Isotopes of astatine
  42. Isotopes of barium
  43. Isotopes of berkelium
  44. Isotopes of beryllium
  45. Isotopes of bismuth
  46. Isotopes of bohrium
  47. Isotopes of boron
  48. Isotopes of bromine
  49. Isotopes of cadmium
  50. Isotopes of caesium
  51. Isotopes of calcium
  52. Isotopes of californium
  53. Isotopes of carbon
  54. Isotopes of cerium
  55. Isotopes of chlorine
  56. Isotopes of chromium
  57. Isotopes of cobalt
  58. Isotopes of copernicium
  59. Isotopes of copper
  60. Isotopes of curium
  61. Isotopes of darmstadtium
  62. Isotopes of dubnium
  63. Isotopes of dysprosium
  64. Isotopes of einsteinium
  65. Isotopes of erbium
  66. Isotopes of europium
  67. Isotopes of fermium
  68. Isotopes of flerovium
  69. Isotopes of fluorine
  70. Isotopes of francium
  71. Isotopes of gadolinium
  72. Isotopes of gallium
  73. Isotopes of germanium
  74. Isotopes of gold
  75. Isotopes of hafnium
  76. Isotopes of hassium
  77. Isotopes of helium
  78. Isotopes of heliumHelium-03
  79. Isotopes of holmium
  80. Isotopes of hydrogen
  81. Isotopes of indium
  82. Isotopes of iodine
  83. Isotopes of iridium
  84. Isotopes of iron
  85. Isotopes of krypton
  86. Isotopes of lanthanum
  87. Isotopes of lawrencium
  88. Isotopes of lead
  89. Isotopes of lithium
  90. Isotopes of livermorium
  91. Isotopes of lutetium
  92. Isotopes of magnesium
  93. Isotopes of manganese
  94. Isotopes of meitnerium
  95. Isotopes of mendelevium
  96. Isotopes of mercury
  97. Isotopes of molybdenum
  98. Isotopes of moscovium
  99. Isotopes of neodymium
  100. Isotopes of neon
  101. Isotopes of neptunium
  102. Isotopes of neutronium
  103. Isotopes of neutroniumNeutronium-4
  104. Isotopes of nickel
  105. Isotopes of nihonium
  106. Isotopes of niobium
  107. Isotopes of nitrogen
  108. Isotopes of nobelium
  109. Isotopes of oganesson
  110. Isotopes of osmium
  111. Isotopes of oxygen
  112. Isotopes of palladium
  113. Isotopes of phosphorus
  114. Isotopes of platinum
  115. Isotopes of plutonium
  116. Isotopes of polonium
  117. Isotopes of potassium
  118. Isotopes of praseodymium
  119. Isotopes of promethium
  120. Isotopes of protactinium
  121. Isotopes of radium
  122. Isotopes of radon
  123. Isotopes of rhenium
  124. Isotopes of rhodium
  125. Isotopes of roentgenium
  126. Isotopes of rubidium
  127. Isotopes of ruthenium
  128. Isotopes of rutherfordium
  129. Isotopes of samarium
  130. Isotopes of scandium
  131. Isotopes of seaborgium
  132. Isotopes of selenium
  133. Isotopes of silicon
  134. Isotopes of silver
  135. Isotopes of sodium
  136. Isotopes of strontium
  137. Isotopes of sulfur
  138. Isotopes of tantalum
  139. Isotopes of technetium
  140. Isotopes of tellurium
  141. Isotopes of tennessine
  142. Isotopes of terbium
  143. Isotopes of thallium
  144. Isotopes of thorium
  145. Isotopes of thulium
  146. Isotopes of tin
  147. Isotopes of titanium
  148. Isotopes of tungsten
  149. Isotopes of uranium
  150. Isotopes of vanadium
  151. Isotopes of xenon
  152. Isotopes of ytterbium
  153. Isotopes of yttrium
  154. Isotopes of zinc
  155. Isotopes of zirconium
  156. Isotopes of zirconiumZirconium-089
  157. Large Hadron Collider
  158. Leptons
  159. Lists of isotopes by element
  160. Medical isotopes
  161. Mesons
  162. Metastable isotopes
  163. Nanoparticles by composition
  164. Neutrino experiments
  165. Neutrinos
  166. Neutron
  167. Neutron facilities
  168. Neutron instrumentation
  169. Neutron moderators
  170. Neutron scattering
  171. Neutron sources
  172. Neutron-related techniques
  173. Nuclear chemistry
  174. Nuclear energy
  175. Nuclear explosives
  176. Nuclear fuels
  177. Nuclear fusion
  178. Nuclear fusion fuels
  179. Nuclear magnetic resonance
  180. Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy
  181. Nuclear materials
  182. Nuclear physics
  183. Nuclear reactor coolants
  184. Nuclear reprocessing
  185. Nuclear research reactors
  186. Nuclear safety and security
  187. Nuclear technology
  188. Nucleons
  189. Particle accelerators
  190. Particle detectors
  191. Particle experiments
  192. Particle physics
  193. Particle statistics
  194. Photons
  195. Physics beyond the Standard Model
  196. Proposed particle accelerators
  197. Quantum electronics
  198. Quark matter
  199. Quarks
  200. Quasiparticles
  201. Radiation
  202. Radiation effects
  203. Radiation protection
  204. Radioactivity
  205. Radioisotope fuels
  206. Reactor neutrino experiments
  207. Scattering
  208. Scattering theory
  209. Scattering, absorption and radiative transfer (optics)
  210. Small-angle scattering
  211. Special nuclear materials
  212. Standard Model
  213. Strangeness production
  214. Subatomic particles
  215. Supersymmetry
  216. Synchrotron radiation
  217. Ultraviolet radiation
  218. Units of radiation dose
  219. X-ray scattering

Units in Physics

  1. Customary units of measurement
  2. Equivalent units
  3. Imperial units
  4. Natural units
  5. Planck units
  6. Systems of units
  7. Units of acceleration
  8. Units of electrical capacitance
  9. Units of electrical charge
  10. Units of electrical potential
  11. Units of energy
  12. Units of flow
  13. Units of force
  14. Units of frequency
  15. Units of luminance
  16. Units of luminous energy
  17. Units of luminous flux
  18. Units of mass
  19. Units of pressure
  20. Units of radiation dose
  21. Units of temperature
  22. Units of time
  23. Units of velocity
  24. Units of volume

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