Physics 7A

Announcements: 26th September, 2007
Welcome to Physics 7A!
Be sure to read the course policy.

Typo in lecture 5:
σ is the atomic diameter, not the atomic radius as stated in lecture. The linked notes have been corrected.

Schedule for holidays now posted.
Course Information
  • Course Policy
  • Reading assignments
  • Grade Scale
  • Review sessions
  • Lab & Lecture Info
  • Academic Calendar
  • Holiday schedule
  • Office Hours
  • Review Sessions
  • DL Meeting Times
  • DL Makeup Form
    (maximum: 3 makeups).
  • Download FNTs here.
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  • Extras
    Check out the "Underground notes" which are full of useful notes, movies and animations.
    Diatomic gas
    Some movies that show the rotational and vibrational modes of a diatomic molecule.
    Use this Quiz Re-evaluation Form to submit regrade requests. Requests are due by 2nd lecture after quizzes are returned.
    Practice Problem/Old Quizzes
    Practice final
    Practice final for SS1 (ignore nuclear problem)
    Formula sheet from previous 7A class
    Here is the final and the associated solutions for this quarter. Enjoy the break!

    Quiz information

    Quiz 1A Rubric Stats
    Quiz 1B
    Quiz 2 Rubric Stats
    Quiz 3A Rubric Stats
    Quiz 3B
    Quiz 4a Rubric Stats
    Quiz 4b
    Quiz 5 Rubric Stats
    Quiz 6 Rubric Stats
    Quiz 7 Rubric Stats
    Quiz 8 Rubric Stats
    Scores to date
    A "checklist" for the mathematics required for Physics 7A can be found on the math review sheet.
    Download graph paper here.
    This is a nice online phyics text, similar in conceptual format to the 7 series.

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