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Watch You don't like it? Go somewhere else! by Richard Feynman, the QED Lecture at University of Auckland ♡♡♡ ♡ ♡♡♡
Richard Feynman, The Great Explainer: Great Minds ♡♡♡ ♡ ♡♡♡
Feynman Diagrams - Sixty Symbols


Physics - First Notes - First Links

Physics - WP
5 Highly Recommended Physics Textbooks -
I want to study physics from zero level to graduate level without a teacher. What are the best physics books for self-study to master the subject? -
Here’s How to Teach Yourself Physics and Math -
Walter Lewin Lectures - YT
MIT offering free material
Introduction to physics - Khan Academy


Fundamentals of Physics Extended - by David Halliday, Robert Resnick, Jearl Walker - 10e 2013 - p1448 - Amazon
The Feynman Lectures on Physics, boxed set - by Richard P. Feynman, Robert B. Leighton, Matthew Sands - New Milennium Edition 2011 - p1552 - Amazon -
University Physics with Modern Physics by Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman - 14e 2015 - p1600 - Amazon

Multisim Live - - Discover Electronics with Online SPICE Simulation

The Art of Electronics

current I: Strom - voltage V or sometimes E or EMF (electromotive force): Spannung -

Ch 1 - 1.1 Introduction
p1 - book teaches subject to enable building gadgets doing almost any conceivable task - chapter starts with components which make up electric circuits: voltage, current (Strom), power - can't perceive electricity with sences, abstraction needed and dependence on visualizing instruments, oscilloscopes, voltmeters - minimal math - using some components ahead of time to create apps - after foundations of electronics we get into active circuits (amplifiers, oscillators, logic circuits etc.
1.2 Voltage, current, and resistance - 1.2.1 Voltage and current
are the 2 quantities we like to keep track of in circuits - they usually change with time, or nothing interesting is happening - Voltage (symbol V or sometimes E) between two points is the cost in energy (work done) required to move a unit of positive charge from the more negative point (lower potential) to the more positive point (higher potential); or the energy released when unit charge moves downhill; or what you apply to cause currents to flow; also called potential difference or electromotive force EMF - unit of mesure is volt V, kilovolts kV=103V, millivolts mV=10-3V, microvolts μV=10-6V - a joule (J) of work is done in moving a coulomb (C) of charge through a potential difference of 1 V - (the coulomb is the unit of electric charge, and it equals the charge of approximately 6×1018 electrons.) - current (symbol I) is the rate of flow of electric charge past a pointunit of measure - unit of measure is ampere or amp (A), mA, micro μA, nano nA, pico pA ...
see voltages and currents via oscilloscope -


Mechanics - WP
The best mechanics books from the bottom to the top + math -
Best Sellers in Mechanics - Amazon
Fundamentals of Physics - 10e by David Halliday - Amazon
Mechanics: From Newton's Laws to Deterministic Chaos - (Graduate Texts in Physics) 5e 2010 by Florian Scheck - Amazon
Orbital Mechanics for Engineering Students (Aerospace Engineering) - 3e by Howard D. Curtis - Amazon

How to Think Like a Mathematician - with Eugenia Cheng - YT


C - GNU - Arduino - Math - electronics.html


Transistors - The Invention That Changed The World - YT
Beginner how to Solder - YT


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