- Work (physics), the work done by, or energy transferred by, a force acting through a distance
- Work (electrical), the work done by, or energy transferred by, a force from an electric field acting on a charge though a distance
- Work (thermodynamics), the quantity of total energy transferred from one system to another, not counting energy transferred by heat
- Mechanical work, a subset of work (physics) with the connotation that the force doing work is a "mechanical," pressure, or contact-type force
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Other articles related to "physics":
... Bekenstein claimed that a growing trend in physics was to define the physical world as being made of information itself (and thus information is defined in this way) (see Digital physics) ...
... The idea that Newtonian physics proved causal determinism was highly influential in the early modern period ... For instance, Newtonian physics admits solutions where particles accelerate continuously, heading out towards infinity ...
... Further information List of unsolved problems in physics Research in physics is continually progressing on a large number of fronts ... In condensed matter physics, an important unsolved theoretical problem is that of high-temperature superconductivity ... In particle physics, the first pieces of experimental evidence for physics beyond the Standard Model have begun to appear ...
... In a non-tonal language, segments may be differentiated as follows Vowels are replaced by a set of relative pitch ranges generally tracking the f2 formant of spoken language ... Stress is expressed by higher pitch or increased length Consonants are produced by pitch transitions of different lengths and height, plus the presence or absence of occlusion ...
... The Institute for Theoretical and Experimental Physics (ITEP Russian ... exists as a community of people studying topics ranging from theoretical physics and mathematics to biology and chemistry ... Research areas in theoretical physics concentrate around quantum field theory including the string theory ...
Famous quotes containing the word physics:
“But this invites the occult mind,
Cancels our physics with a sneer,
And spatters all we knew of denouement
Across the expedient and wicked stones.”
—Karl Shapiro (b. 1913)
“Now the twitching stops. Now you are still. We are through with physiology and theology, physics begins.”
—Alfred Döblin (18781957)
“Although philosophers generally believe in laws and deny causes, explanatory practice in physics is just the reverse.”
—Nancy Cartwright (b. 1945)