The field of physics is very extensive and vast. It is not only based on the most microscopic particles of an atom , but also on natural phenomena such as the Milky Way, the galaxy, solar and lunar eclipses, and much more.
10 Examples from the branches of physics
- Classical Physics
It is the branch of physics that deals especially with gravitational law and motion, as shown in kinetic theory and thermodynamics expounded by Sir Isaac Newton and James Clark Maxwell. It also deals with energy, matter and energy.
- Modern physics
Modern physics is the branch of physics that is especially responsible for studying quantum mechanics and relativity theory created by Max Plank and Albert Einstein when introducing quantum mechanical theory and relativity respectively.
- Nuclear physics
It deals with studying the structure, behavior and reactions of atomic nuclei.
- Atomic physics
It is responsible for studying the composition and structure of the atom apart from the nucleus. It is especially concerned with the arrangement and behavior of electrons in the shells surrounding the nucleus.
It is in charge of the study of the Earth. It is based on the structure, shape and composition of the Earth, but geophysicists also study magnetic fields, gravitational force, earthquakes, and much more.
It is responsible for the interdisciplinary study of biological problems and phenomena, using the principles and methods of physics.
- Mechanics physics
It is responsible for studying the movement of material objects under the predominance of forces. Which is divided into two branches:
- Classical mechanics
- Quantum mechanics
It is responsible for studying electromagnetic radiation (for example, radiation and infrared light.
It is responsible for studying temperature, heat and their relationship with force and energy.
It is the branch that is responsible for studying the universe (that is, galaxies, stars, and planets).