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Combinatorics and physics         
Combinatorial physics or physical combinatorics is the area of interaction between physics and combinatorics.
Physics (Aristotle)         
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Aristotle's physics; Physicae Auscultationes; Physics aristotle; Aristotle physics; Physics aristotle's; The Physics
The Physics (Greek: Φυσικὴ ἀκρόασις Phusike akroasis; Latin: Physica, or Naturales Auscultationes, possibly meaning "lectures on nature") is a named text, written in ancient Greek, collated from a collection of surviving manuscripts known as the Corpus Aristotelicum, attributed to the 4th-century BC philosopher Aristotle.
physics         
  • Physics involves modeling the natural world with theory, usually quantitative. Here, the path of a particle is modeled with the mathematics of [[calculus]] to explain its behavior: the purview of the branch of physics known as [[mechanics]].
  • [[Archimedes' screw]], a [[simple machine]] for lifting
  • Velocity-distribution data of a gas of [[rubidium]] atoms, confirming the discovery of a new phase of matter, the [[Bose–Einstein condensate]]
  • The [[astronaut]] and [[Earth]] are both in [[free fall]]. (Pictured: Astronaut Bruce McCandless.)
  • A simulated event in the CMS detector of the [[Large Hadron Collider]], featuring a possible appearance of the [[Higgs boson]]
  • [[Albert Einstein]] (1879–1955), whose work on the [[photoelectric effect]] and the theory of relativity led to a revolution in 20th century physics
  • [[Feynman diagram]] signed by [[R. P. Feynman]]
  • universal gravitation]] were major milestones in classical physics
  • alt=Ibn Al-Haytham (Alhazen) drawing
  • The deepest visible-light image of the [[universe]], the [[Hubble Ultra-Deep Field]]
  • [[Galileo Galilei]] (1564–1642) showed a modern appreciation for the proper relationship between mathematics, theoretical physics, and experimental physics.
  • [[Lightning]] is an [[electric current]].
  • The distinction between mathematics and physics is clear-cut, but not always obvious, especially in mathematical physics.
  • [[Max Planck]] (1858–1947), the originator of the theory of [[quantum mechanics]]
  • A typical phenomenon described by physics: a [[magnet]] levitating above a [[superconductor]] demonstrates the [[Meissner effect]].
  • Experiment using a [[laser]]
  • The basic domains of physics
  • This [[parabola]]-shaped [[lava flow]] illustrates the application of mathematics in physics—in this case, Galileo's [[law of falling bodies]].
  • Mathematics and ontology are used in physics. Physics is used in chemistry and cosmology.
  • The basic way a pinhole camera works
  • Classical physics implemented in an [[acoustic engineering]] model of sound reflecting from an acoustic diffuser
  • ceiling of Senemut's tomb]] from the [[Eighteenth Dynasty of Egypt]].
  • [[Solvay Conference]] of 1927, with prominent physicists such as [[Albert Einstein]], [[Werner Heisenberg]], [[Max Planck]], [[Hendrik Lorentz]], [[Niels Bohr]], [[Marie Curie]], [[Erwin Schrödinger]] and [[Paul Dirac]]
STUDY OF MATTER AND ITS MOTION, ALONG WITH RELATED CONCEPTS SUCH AS ENERGY AND FORCE
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Physics is the scientific study of forces such as heat, light, sound, pressure, gravity, and electricity, and the way that they affect objects.
...the laws of physics.
...experiments in particle physics.
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