Perspectives in the Standard Model (Vol 1)

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Corequisites: Physics 2D or 4E (prior completion of Physics 2D or 4E is permitted). (S) The first quarter of a five-quarter calculus-based physics sequence for physics majors and students with a serious interest in physics. Hydrogen is created when ELEC and NEUT or ELEC and PROT come in contact, it is also created during the electrolysis of WATR with IRON (with SPRK passed through it). National security depends on science and technology.

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