## Properties Physics, abbreviated as PHYS, is the study of the universe and our suroundings.  Matter and energy are the two basic concepts that exist through the universe making them the foundation of physis.  There are two main branches of physics, pure physics and applied physics.

Pure physics is the study of matter and energy and their relationships (properties) to each other.

Applied physics is a combination of pure physics and engineering put to practical use.

## Physics Branches and their Subtopics

 Classical Mechanics Electromagnetism Quantum Mechanics Relativity  (Relativistic) Thermodynamics & Statistical Mechanics Acoustics Chaos Theory Continuum Mechanics Dynamics Fluid Dynamics Hamiltonian Mechanics Kinematics Lagrangian Mechanics Newton's Laws of Motion Statics Electricity Electrodynamics Electrostatics Magnetism Magnetostatics Maxwell's Equations Optics Path Integral Formation Scattering Theory Schrodinger Equation Quantum Field Theory Quantum Statistics Mechanics Einstein Field Equations General Relativity Special Relativity Heat Engine Kinetic Theory

## Physics Branches and their Concepts

 Classical Mechanics Electromagnetism Quantum Mechanics Relativity Thermodynamics Acceleration Angular Momentum Angular Velocity Conversation Law Density Dimension Energy Euler Angles Force Galilean Invariance Gravity Harmonic Oscillator Hydraulic Impulse Lagrangian Length Mass Moment of Inertia Momentum Motion Pneumatic Position Power Space Tait-Bryan Angles Time Torque Velocity Wave Work Compacitance Current Electric Charge Electric Field Electric Permittivity Electric Potential Electrical Conductivity Electrical Resistance Electromagnetic Field Electromagnetic Induction Electromagnetic Radiation Gaussian Surface Magnetic Field Magnetic Flux Magnetic Monopole Magnetic Permeability Adiabalic Approximation Black-body Radiation Dirac Equasion Free Particle Hamiltonian Heisenberg Uncertainly Principle Hibert Space Identical Particles Matrix Mechanics Observer Effect Operators Pauli Exclusion Principle Planck's Constant Quanta Quantization Quantum Entanglement Quantum Harmonic Oscillator Quantum Number Quantum Tunneling Schrodinger's Cat Spin Wave Function Wave Mechanics Wave-particle Duality Zero-point Energy Covariance Einstein Manifold Equivalence Principle Four-momentum Four-vector General Principle of Relativity Geodesic Motion Gravity Gravitoelectromagnetism Inertial Frame of Reference Invariance Length Contraction Lorentzian Manifold Lorentz Transformation Mass-energy Equivalence Metric Minkowski Diagram Minkowski Space Principle of Relativity Proper Length Proper Time Reference Frame Relativity of Simultaneity Rest Energy Rest Mass Space Time Special Principle of Relativity Speed of Light Stress-energy Tensor Time Dilation Twin Paradox World Line Boltzman's Constant Conjugate Variables Enthalpy Entropy Equation of State Equipartition Theorem Granular Material Irreversible Process Ising Model Maxwell Relations Mechanical Action Partition Function Pressure Reversible Process Spontaneous Process State Function Statistical Ensermble Temperature Thermodynamic Potential Thermodynamic Processes Thermodynamic State Thermodynamic System Work Viscosity Volume

### Nomenclature & Symbols for Engineering, Mathematics, and Science

Display #
Title
Acfm
Amount of Substance
Area Differential
Cracking
Cyclic Deflection
Deionization
Differential
Elevation
Fresh Air
Gas Oil Ratio
Leakage
Material Hardness
Molar Mass
Physical Properties
Physics
Piping Designer Flowchart (Old Site)
Plasma
Potable
Service Factor
Translucent
Turbidity
Yield Point