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Re-Sit Exam will be On 22.01.2019 at 13:00

Exam places will be announced by the Faculty

You should register to PHY101 G6 or PHY101 G7 on NEU-SIS

Final grade must be equal or greater than 50/100 otherwise student fails the course no matter what his/her midterm grade is. THIS IS THE FACULTY RULE

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Online Homeworks

(will be available during 26.10.2018; 20:00 –29.10.2018; 08:00)

(will be available during 19.11.2018; 09:00 – 24.11.2018; 08:00)

(will be available during 14.12.2018; 20:00 – 17.12.2018; 08:00)

(will be available during 21.12.2018; 20:00 – 24.12.2018; 080:00)

Time to Homework Make Up to start

2019/01/03 20:00:00

(will be available during 03.01.2019; 20:00 – 05.01.2019; 20:00)

Course Outline

NAME OF THE COURSE: PHYSICS
COURSE CODE: PHY 100
DEPARTMENT / DIVISION: FACULTY OF PHARMACY
ACADEMIC PROGRAM: UNDERGRADUATE
SEMESTER: FALL
CREDITS: 3
HOURS/WEEK: 3
TUTORIALS: –
PRACTICALS: –
MANDATORY/ELECTIVE: MANDATORY
LECTURES IN: ENGLISH

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
The objectives of this course are to provide the students with the fundamental principles of Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Physical Chemistry and Radioactivity to enable them to gain skills for problem solving and a scientific thinking, and to establish the foundations for further studies in pharmacy.

COURSE CONTENT
Measurement, vectors, kinematics, dynamics-Newton’s laws, applications of Newton’s laws, fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, physical chemistry, radioactivity.

ASSESSMENT METHODS

Homeworks 20%

Midterm Examinations 30%

Final Examination 50%

TEXT BOOK/ RECOMMENDED READING

Text Book

D. Halliday, R. Resnick, and J. Walker, “Principles of Physics”, 9th Edition, Wiley.

Recommended Reading:

R. A. Serway and R. J. Beichner , Physics for Scientist and Engineers with Modern Physics, 7th Edition, Thomson Brooks/Cole

Douglas C. Giancoli, Physics for Scientist and Engineers with Modern Physics, 3rd Edition, Printice Hall.

 

1. Week Units and Vectors.
2. Week Motion in one Dimension.
3. Week Motion in Two Dimension
4. Week Newton’s Laws
5. Week Applications of Newton’s Laws
6. Week Fluid Mechanics
7. Week Mid-Term Examination.
8. Week Fluid Mechanics
9. Week Temperature, Thermal Expansion and  Ideal Gas
10. Week Kinetic Theory of Gases, Heat and First law of Thermodynamics
11. Week Action Potential.
12. Week Structure and Properties of Nucleus Binding energy and Nuclear Forces, Radioactivity
13. Week Alpha, Beta and Gamma Decay, Half Life
14. Week Review
15. Week Final Exam