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Physics is the most fundamental of the sciences, and if we
wish to better understand the nature and behaviour of the Universe, it is
perhaps the best place to start. This course introduces the basic topics of
Physics, from the sub-microscopic scale of electrons and atoms, to the orbits
of the planets and stars, to the grand wheeling of galaxies. It encompasses the
work of Physicists like Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie and Tony Stark.
If you’ve ever been curious about how the world works, you will hopefully find
this course, typically well-regarded by students, interesting.
|Session||First Sub Session||Credit Points||15 credits (7.5 ECTS credits)|
The course will be delivered independently through MyAberdeen however, students will be given the option of attending the 2 one-hour lectures per week. There will be a compulsory on campus practical weekend.
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Resit: Final two-hour multiple choice exam (50%), completion of practical class notebook and laboratory reports (25%), tutorial sheets (12.5%), multiple choice tests during term (12.5%).