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Physics and physics laboratory

A.Y. 2018/2019

Learning objectives

Undefined

Expected learning outcomes

Undefined

**Lesson period:**
Second semester

**Assessment methods:** Esame

**Assessment result:** voto verbalizzato in trentesimi

Course syllabus and organization

### A - L

Responsible

**modulo: Fisica**

**Course syllabus**

Physics

Introduction : Physical quantities and units. Scalars and vectors. Vectors calculation rules. Kinematics: Position , Displacement , Velocity and Acceleration. Motion in one or more dimensions ( projectile motion, circular motion ) . Dynamics : Dynamics laws, Forces , Momentum, Work and Kinetic energy. Conservative Forces. Potential energy. Mechanical energy. Law of conservation of energy . Gravitational field: the gravitational law. Gravitational potential energy. Elettrostatics: charges , the Coulomb law , the Eletric field and Potential. Eletric field and Potential for one single point charge and other charges configurations ( infinite uniformly charged line and plane). Collisions: elastic and inelastic collisions. Fluids: Pressure. Ideal fluids. The fundamental law of hydrostatics , Archimedes principle . Fluidodynamics, Bernoulli's theorem . Viscous fluids ( an outline). Thermodynamics: The zeroth law of thermodynamics, temperature and termometers, temperature scales. The ideal gas law. The kinetic theory of ideal gases. Internal energy of an ideal gas. The theorem of equipartition of energy ( an outline) . Heat. Thermal capacity and specific heat. Latent heat. Heat and work. Work done by a gas in the thermodynamic transformations First law of thermodynamics. Application of the first law of thermodynamics to some thermodynamic transformations of an ideal gas : adiabatic, isothermal, isovolumic and isobaric , cyclic, free expansion . Molar specific heat at constant pressure and volume. Thermal machines , the Carnot machine , Efficiency of a thermal machine . Second law of thermodynamics Entropy. Entropy variation for some thermodynamic transformations of an ideal gas.

Text Books

R. A. Serway, J. W. Jewett "Principi di Fisica" EdiSES ( both the modules) .

Analisi degli errori sperimentali di laboratorio; L. Miramonti, L. Perini, I. Veronese; EdiSES

Knowledge requirements and Examination mode

Solid mathematics knowledges ; attending the mathematics and statistics methods Laboratory during the first semester.

Ongoing tests (written examinations and experimental activity report in the laboratory) are planned for two modules and a concluding oral test.

Pre-requisities

None

Method of teaching

Physics

Lessons attendance: highly recommended; Lessons features: Traditional

Language

italian

Program information

Course web site

www2.fisica.unimi.it/bettega/ , www.mi.infn.it/~sleoni (Physics),

ariel.unimi.it, http://www.mi.infn.it/~miramont/menu/attivita_didattica/Laboratorio_di_…

(Physics Laboratory)

Introduction : Physical quantities and units. Scalars and vectors. Vectors calculation rules. Kinematics: Position , Displacement , Velocity and Acceleration. Motion in one or more dimensions ( projectile motion, circular motion ) . Dynamics : Dynamics laws, Forces , Momentum, Work and Kinetic energy. Conservative Forces. Potential energy. Mechanical energy. Law of conservation of energy . Gravitational field: the gravitational law. Gravitational potential energy. Elettrostatics: charges , the Coulomb law , the Eletric field and Potential. Eletric field and Potential for one single point charge and other charges configurations ( infinite uniformly charged line and plane). Collisions: elastic and inelastic collisions. Fluids: Pressure. Ideal fluids. The fundamental law of hydrostatics , Archimedes principle . Fluidodynamics, Bernoulli's theorem . Viscous fluids ( an outline). Thermodynamics: The zeroth law of thermodynamics, temperature and termometers, temperature scales. The ideal gas law. The kinetic theory of ideal gases. Internal energy of an ideal gas. The theorem of equipartition of energy ( an outline) . Heat. Thermal capacity and specific heat. Latent heat. Heat and work. Work done by a gas in the thermodynamic transformations First law of thermodynamics. Application of the first law of thermodynamics to some thermodynamic transformations of an ideal gas : adiabatic, isothermal, isovolumic and isobaric , cyclic, free expansion . Molar specific heat at constant pressure and volume. Thermal machines , the Carnot machine , Efficiency of a thermal machine . Second law of thermodynamics Entropy. Entropy variation for some thermodynamic transformations of an ideal gas.

Text Books

R. A. Serway, J. W. Jewett "Principi di Fisica" EdiSES ( both the modules) .

Analisi degli errori sperimentali di laboratorio; L. Miramonti, L. Perini, I. Veronese; EdiSES

Knowledge requirements and Examination mode

Solid mathematics knowledges ; attending the mathematics and statistics methods Laboratory during the first semester.

Ongoing tests (written examinations and experimental activity report in the laboratory) are planned for two modules and a concluding oral test.

Pre-requisities

None

Method of teaching

Physics

Lessons attendance: highly recommended; Lessons features: Traditional

Language

italian

Program information

Course web site

www2.fisica.unimi.it/bettega/ , www.mi.infn.it/~sleoni (Physics),

ariel.unimi.it, http://www.mi.infn.it/~miramont/menu/attivita_didattica/Laboratorio_di_…

(Physics Laboratory)

**modulo: Laboratorio di Fisica**

**Course syllabus**

Physics Laboratory

The course consists in lectures and laboratory activity. The lectures deal with statistical methods and data analysis (introduction) and complements of physics on the following subjects : direct current and basic circuits, RC circuits; mechanical and electromagnetic waves; geometrical optics and basics of physical optics; basics of radioactivity. The activity of the student in laboratory regards the measurement of the Faraday constant with two different methods in order to evaluate their precision, accuracy and compatibility. It is relevant that simple measurements of concentrations by mean of weight and volume determinations or by mean of a spectrofotometer give the opportunity to the student to be familiarized with experimental errors treatment and data analysis.

Text Books

R. A. Serway, J. W. Jewett "Principi di Fisica" EdiSES ( both the modules) .

Analisi degli errori sperimentali di laboratorio; L. Miramonti, L. Perini, I. Veronese; EdiSES

Knowledge requirements and Examination mode

Solid mathematics knowledges ; attending the mathematics and statistics methods Laboratory during the first semester.

Ongoing tests (written examinations and experimental activity report in the laboratory) are planned for two modules and a concluding oral test.

Pre-requisities

None

Method of teaching

Laboratory attendance : compulsory; Lessons attendance: highly recommended; Lessons features: Traditional

Language

italian

Program information

Course web site

www2.fisica.unimi.it/bettega/ , www.mi.infn.it/~sleoni (Physics),

ariel.unimi.it, http://www.mi.infn.it/~miramont/menu/attivita_didattica/Laboratorio_di_…

(Physics Laboratory)

The course consists in lectures and laboratory activity. The lectures deal with statistical methods and data analysis (introduction) and complements of physics on the following subjects : direct current and basic circuits, RC circuits; mechanical and electromagnetic waves; geometrical optics and basics of physical optics; basics of radioactivity. The activity of the student in laboratory regards the measurement of the Faraday constant with two different methods in order to evaluate their precision, accuracy and compatibility. It is relevant that simple measurements of concentrations by mean of weight and volume determinations or by mean of a spectrofotometer give the opportunity to the student to be familiarized with experimental errors treatment and data analysis.

Text Books

R. A. Serway, J. W. Jewett "Principi di Fisica" EdiSES ( both the modules) .

Analisi degli errori sperimentali di laboratorio; L. Miramonti, L. Perini, I. Veronese; EdiSES

Knowledge requirements and Examination mode

Solid mathematics knowledges ; attending the mathematics and statistics methods Laboratory during the first semester.

Ongoing tests (written examinations and experimental activity report in the laboratory) are planned for two modules and a concluding oral test.

Pre-requisities

None

Method of teaching

Laboratory attendance : compulsory; Lessons attendance: highly recommended; Lessons features: Traditional

Language

italian

Program information

Course web site

www2.fisica.unimi.it/bettega/ , www.mi.infn.it/~sleoni (Physics),

ariel.unimi.it, http://www.mi.infn.it/~miramont/menu/attivita_didattica/Laboratorio_di_…

(Physics Laboratory)

modulo: Fisica

FIS/07 - APPLIED PHYSICS - University credits: 6

Practicals: 16 hours

Lessons: 40 hours

Lessons: 40 hours

Professor:
Bettega Daniela

modulo: Laboratorio di Fisica

FIS/06 - PHYSICS OF THE EARTH AND OF THE CIRCUMTERRESTRIAL MEDIUM - University credits: 3

Practicals: 32 hours

Laboratories: 16 hours

Laboratories: 16 hours

Professor:
Perini Laura

Shifts:

Professor:
Perini Laura

Turno 1

Professor:
Perini LauraTurno 2

Professor:
Perini LauraTurno 3

Professor:
Perini Laura### M - Z

Responsible

**modulo: Fisica**

**Course syllabus**

Physics

Introduction : Physical quantities and units. Scalars and vectors. Vectors calculation rules. Kinematics: Position , Displacement , Velocity and Acceleration. Motion in one or more dimensions ( projectile motion, circular motion ) . Dynamics : Dynamics laws, Forces , Momentum, Work and Kinetic energy. Conservative Forces. Potential energy. Mechanical energy. Law of conservation of energy . Gravitational field: the gravitational law. Gravitational potential energy. Elettrostatics: charges , the Coulomb law , the Eletric field and Potential. Eletric field and Potential for one single point charge and other charges configurations ( infinite uniformly charged line and plane). Collisions: elastic and inelastic collisions. Fluids: Pressure. Ideal fluids. The fundamental law of hydrostatics , Archimedes principle . Fluidodynamics, Bernoulli's theorem . Viscous fluids ( an outline). Thermodynamics: The zeroth law of thermodynamics, temperature and termometers, temperature scales. The ideal gas law. The kinetic theory of ideal gases. Internal energy of an ideal gas. The theorem of equipartition of energy ( an outline) . Heat. Thermal capacity and specific heat. Latent heat. Heat and work. Work done by a gas in the thermodynamic transformations First law of thermodynamics. Application of the first law of thermodynamics to some thermodynamic transformations of an ideal gas : adiabatic, isothermal, isovolumic and isobaric , cyclic, free expansion . Molar specific heat at constant pressure and volume. Thermal machines , the Carnot machine , Efficiency of a thermal machine . Second law of thermodynamics Entropy. Entropy variation for some thermodynamic transformations of an ideal gas.

Text Books

R. A. Serway, J. W. Jewett "Principi di Fisica" EdiSES ( both the modules) .

Analisi degli errori sperimentali di laboratorio; L. Miramonti, L. Perini, I. Veronese; EdiSES

Knowledge requirements and Examination mode

Solid mathematics knowledges ; attending the mathematics and statistics methods Laboratory during the first semester.

Ongoing tests (written examinations and experimental activity report in the laboratory) are planned for two modules and a concluding oral test.

Pre-requisities

None

Method of teaching

Physics

Lessons attendance: highly recommended; Lessons features: Traditional

Language

italian

Program information

Course web site

www2.fisica.unimi.it/bettega/ , www.mi.infn.it/~sleoni (Physics),

ariel.unimi.it, http://www.mi.infn.it/~miramont/menu/attivita_didattica/Laboratorio_di_…

(Physics Laboratory)

Introduction : Physical quantities and units. Scalars and vectors. Vectors calculation rules. Kinematics: Position , Displacement , Velocity and Acceleration. Motion in one or more dimensions ( projectile motion, circular motion ) . Dynamics : Dynamics laws, Forces , Momentum, Work and Kinetic energy. Conservative Forces. Potential energy. Mechanical energy. Law of conservation of energy . Gravitational field: the gravitational law. Gravitational potential energy. Elettrostatics: charges , the Coulomb law , the Eletric field and Potential. Eletric field and Potential for one single point charge and other charges configurations ( infinite uniformly charged line and plane). Collisions: elastic and inelastic collisions. Fluids: Pressure. Ideal fluids. The fundamental law of hydrostatics , Archimedes principle . Fluidodynamics, Bernoulli's theorem . Viscous fluids ( an outline). Thermodynamics: The zeroth law of thermodynamics, temperature and termometers, temperature scales. The ideal gas law. The kinetic theory of ideal gases. Internal energy of an ideal gas. The theorem of equipartition of energy ( an outline) . Heat. Thermal capacity and specific heat. Latent heat. Heat and work. Work done by a gas in the thermodynamic transformations First law of thermodynamics. Application of the first law of thermodynamics to some thermodynamic transformations of an ideal gas : adiabatic, isothermal, isovolumic and isobaric , cyclic, free expansion . Molar specific heat at constant pressure and volume. Thermal machines , the Carnot machine , Efficiency of a thermal machine . Second law of thermodynamics Entropy. Entropy variation for some thermodynamic transformations of an ideal gas.

Text Books

R. A. Serway, J. W. Jewett "Principi di Fisica" EdiSES ( both the modules) .

Analisi degli errori sperimentali di laboratorio; L. Miramonti, L. Perini, I. Veronese; EdiSES

Knowledge requirements and Examination mode

Solid mathematics knowledges ; attending the mathematics and statistics methods Laboratory during the first semester.

Ongoing tests (written examinations and experimental activity report in the laboratory) are planned for two modules and a concluding oral test.

Pre-requisities

None

Method of teaching

Physics

Lessons attendance: highly recommended; Lessons features: Traditional

Language

italian

Program information

Course web site

www2.fisica.unimi.it/bettega/ , www.mi.infn.it/~sleoni (Physics),

ariel.unimi.it, http://www.mi.infn.it/~miramont/menu/attivita_didattica/Laboratorio_di_…

(Physics Laboratory)

**modulo: Laboratorio di Fisica**

**Course syllabus**

Physics Laboratory

The course consists in lectures and laboratory activity. The lectures deal with statistical methods and data analysis (introduction) and complements of physics on the following subjects : direct current and basic circuits, RC circuits; mechanical and electromagnetic waves; geometrical optics and basics of physical optics; basics of radioactivity. The activity of the student in laboratory regards the measurement of the Faraday constant with two different methods in order to evaluate their precision, accuracy and compatibility. It is relevant that simple measurements of concentrations by mean of weight and volume determinations or by mean of a spectrofotometer give the opportunity to the student to be familiarized with experimental errors treatment and data analysis.

Text Books

R. A. Serway, J. W. Jewett "Principi di Fisica" EdiSES ( both the modules) .

Analisi degli errori sperimentali di laboratorio; L. Miramonti, L. Perini, I. Veronese; EdiSES

Knowledge requirements and Examination mode

Solid mathematics knowledges ; attending the mathematics and statistics methods Laboratory during the first semester.

Ongoing tests (written examinations and experimental activity report in the laboratory) are planned for two modules and a concluding oral test.

Pre-requisities

None

Method of teaching

Laboratory attendance : compulsory; Lessons attendance: highly recommended; Lessons features: Traditional

Language

italian

Program information

Course web site

www2.fisica.unimi.it/bettega/ , www.mi.infn.it/~sleoni (Physics),

ariel.unimi.it, http://www.mi.infn.it/~miramont/menu/attivita_didattica/Laboratorio_di_…

(Physics Laboratory)

The course consists in lectures and laboratory activity. The lectures deal with statistical methods and data analysis (introduction) and complements of physics on the following subjects : direct current and basic circuits, RC circuits; mechanical and electromagnetic waves; geometrical optics and basics of physical optics; basics of radioactivity. The activity of the student in laboratory regards the measurement of the Faraday constant with two different methods in order to evaluate their precision, accuracy and compatibility. It is relevant that simple measurements of concentrations by mean of weight and volume determinations or by mean of a spectrofotometer give the opportunity to the student to be familiarized with experimental errors treatment and data analysis.

Text Books

R. A. Serway, J. W. Jewett "Principi di Fisica" EdiSES ( both the modules) .

Analisi degli errori sperimentali di laboratorio; L. Miramonti, L. Perini, I. Veronese; EdiSES

Knowledge requirements and Examination mode

Solid mathematics knowledges ; attending the mathematics and statistics methods Laboratory during the first semester.

Ongoing tests (written examinations and experimental activity report in the laboratory) are planned for two modules and a concluding oral test.

Pre-requisities

None

Method of teaching

Laboratory attendance : compulsory; Lessons attendance: highly recommended; Lessons features: Traditional

Language

italian

Program information

Course web site

www2.fisica.unimi.it/bettega/ , www.mi.infn.it/~sleoni (Physics),

ariel.unimi.it, http://www.mi.infn.it/~miramont/menu/attivita_didattica/Laboratorio_di_…

(Physics Laboratory)

modulo: Fisica

FIS/07 - APPLIED PHYSICS - University credits: 6

Practicals: 16 hours

Lessons: 40 hours

Lessons: 40 hours

Professor:
Camilloni Carlo

modulo: Laboratorio di Fisica

FIS/06 - PHYSICS OF THE EARTH AND OF THE CIRCUMTERRESTRIAL MEDIUM - University credits: 3

Practicals: 32 hours

Laboratories: 16 hours

Laboratories: 16 hours

Professor:
Miramonti Lino

Shifts:

Professor:
Miramonti Lino

Turno 1

Professor:
Miramonti LinoTurno 2

Professor:
Miramonti LinoEducational website(s)

Professor(s)

Reception:

Monday 14-15 and 17.30 18.30

Office at Physics Department