RockElectroniquePopFolklorique, CountryJazzFunkRapClassiqueReggaeLatineScène, ÉcranBluesNon musiqueEnfantsMilitaireAutres
» » Richard Pogge - Lecture 24: Matter & Light (2007 Oct 24)
Téléchargement le album Richard Pogge - Lecture 24: Matter & Light (2007 Oct 24)

Interprète:

Richard Pogge

Titre:

Lecture 24: Matter & Light (2007 Oct 24)

Genre:

Non musique

Taille de l'album MP3:

2946 mb

Label:

Not On Label (Richard Pogge Self-released)

Classement:

4.5

Style:

Spoken Word, Education

Date de publication:

2007

Téléchargement le album Richard Pogge - Lecture 24: Matter & Light (2007 Oct 24)

Tracklist

1Lecture 24: Matter & Light (2007 Oct 24)40:08

Remarques

These lecture podcasts are audio recordings of daily lectures from Prof. Richard Pogge's Autumn Quarter 2007 section of Astronomy 161 at The Ohio State University. They were recorded live, unscripted and unedited.

Album

Richard Pogge, MTWThF 2:30. Lecture 24: Matter & Light. Key Ideas: Temperature Kelvin Scale. Measures internal energy content. Kirchoff's Laws of Spectroscopy: A hot, dense object produces a continuous spectrumblackbody spectrum. A hot, low-density gas produces an emission-line spectrum. A cool, dense gas produces an absorption-line spectrum. Matter can lose energy by emitting light. The last two absorption and emission bear on the internal energy of the matter. Temperature is a measurement of the internal energy content of an object. Solids: Higher temperature means higher average vibrational energy per atom or molecule. Richard Pogge. Publication date. How do matter and light interact This lecture is the first of two that will explore the interaction between light and ordinary matter, and how we measure that with spectroscopy. This lecture introduces the idea of internal energy as quantified by the temperature on the Absolute Kelvin scale, and Kirchoff's empirical Laws of Spectroscopy. The next lecture will explain how line spectra arise from atoms and molecules. Recorded 2007 Oct 24 in 1000 McPherson Lab on the Columbus campus of The Ohio State University. This material may be protected by copyright law Title 17 U. How do matter and light interact This lecture is the first of a two-part lecture on the physical basis of spectroscopy. Today we will discuss the Kelvin Absolute Temperature scale, which provides a measure of the internal energy content of matter, and Kirchoff's empirical Laws of Spectroscopy, along with the Stefan-Boltzmann Law and the Wein Law to describe the continuous emission from a blackbody. We will end by briefly describing the suggestive properties of emission- and absorption-line spectra, whose explanation in the details of atomic structure will be the topic of the next lecture. By Richard Pogge. Discovered by Player FM and our community - copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. This lecture is the first of two that will explore the interaction between light and ordinary matter, and how we measure that with spectroscopy. 49 episodes. Newest Oldest Longest Shortest Random. Performer: Richard Pogge. Album Title: Lecture 24: Matter & Light 2007 Oct 24. Genre: Non Music. Label: Not On Label Richard Pogge Self-Date of released none Series: Astronomy 161: An Introduction To Solar System Astronomy - Lecture Audio Podcasts - Autumn 2007 24 Type: File, MP3, Mono, VBR Country: Date of released: 2007 Category: Non-Music Style: Spoken Word, Education. MP3 album zip size: 1661 mb. Other Format: MP3 AA APE TTA RA MMF AHX AUD FLAC. Free Download Richard Pogge - Lecture 24: Matter & Light 2007 Oct 24. Related Tracks or Albums. Richard Pogge - Lecture 01: Introducing Astronomy 161 2007 Sept 19. Изучите релизы лейбла Astronomy 161: An Introduction To Solar System Astronomy - Lecture Audio Podcasts - Autumn 2007. Выясните, что отсутствует в вашей дискографии, и приобретите релизы лейбла Astronomy 161: An Introduction To Solar System Astronomy - Lecture Audio Podcasts - Autumn 2007. Listen to music from Richard Pogge like Lecture 38: The First Three Minutes. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Richard Pogge. Latest release. Lecture 27: Deep Time: The Age of the Earth 2006 Oct 30. Play album. Popular this week. Lecture 38: The First Three Minutes. 1 listener. 1 photo. Extreme programming, unit tests, test as you go, unit tests in C, one objective at a time, refactoring. multi-file programs in C. do matter and light interact This lecture is the first of two that will explore the interaction between light and ordinary matter, and how we measure that with spectroscopy. We will deal primarily with blackbody spectra emitted by hot solids or hot dense gasses or liquids, the Stefan-Boltzmann and Wien Laws, and introduce emission and absorption line spectra. QED: The Strange Theory of Light and Matter is an adaptation for the general reader of four lectures on quantum electrodynamics QED published in 1985 by American physicist and Nobel laureate Richard Feynman. QED was designed to be a popular science book, written in a witty style, and containing just enough quantum-mechanical mathematics to allow the solving of very basic problems in quantum electrodynamics by an educated lay audience. It is unusual for a popular science book in the level of

En rapport avec Richard Pogge - Lecture 24: Matter & Light (2007 Oct 24)