Physics 23 — Special Relativity

Einstein’s special theory of relativity is developed from the premises that the laws of physics are the same in all inertial frames and that the speed of light is a constant. The relationship between mass and energy is explored and relativistic collisions analyzed. The families of elementary particles are described.

Course page
https://sakai.claremont.edu:8443/portal

    Meetings, Fall 2017   


Section Location Times Instructor
First Half
Lectures Galileo McAlister R at 12:05–13:05 Missing alt information Lynn
Lectures Galileo McAlister R at 12:05–13:05 Missing alt information Townsend
Section 1 Shanahan B470 MW at 09:00–09:50 Missing alt information Chen
Section 2 Shanahan 3425 MW at 09:00–09:50 Missing alt information Lynn
Section 3 Shanahan B445 MW at 09:00–09:50 Missing alt information Shuve
Section 4 Shanahan 3465 MW at 09:00–09:50 Missing alt information Townsend
Section 5 Shanahan 3425 MW at 10:00–10:50 Missing alt information Lynn
Section 6 Shanahan B445 MW at 10:00–10:50 Missing alt information Shuve
Section 7 Shanahan 3465 MW at 10:00–10:50 Missing alt information Townsend
Second Half
Section 8 Shanahan B470 MW at 09:00–09:50 Missing alt information Chen
Section 9 Shanahan 3425 MW at 09:00–09:50 Missing alt information Lynn
Section 10 Shanahan B445 MW at 09:00–09:50 Missing alt information Shuve
Section 11 Shanahan B470 MW at 10:00–10:50 Missing alt information Chen
Section 12 Shanahan 3425 MW at 10:00–10:50 Missing alt information Lynn
Section 13 Shanahan B445 MW at 10:00–10:50 Missing alt information Shuve