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Physics

A.Y. 2021/2022

Learning objectives

The main objective of the Course in Physics for Pharmaceutical Sciences is to provide to the students the knowledge of the very basic physics processes in the various fields of physics (Mechanics, Fluids, Thermodynamics, Electrostatics and Magnetism). Demonstrative exercises will be performed and, during the exams the students will also be asked to solve exercises and problems to highlight the quantitative nature of physics. The Course will provide them with the relevant problem solving skills. The Course will provide the students with the ability to apply the basic laws of physics and to acquire sensitivity to the numerical values of physical mechanisms.

Expected learning outcomes

Students at the end of the course are able to define a problem starting from a very simple hypothesis and, following the same scheme used in the lesson, make it gradually complicated. Students also will know the basic principles of dynamics, thermodynamics, the concept of energy, the concept of work, the conditions for energy conservation, the basic laws for fluid motion and charged particles in electric and magnetic fields.

At the end of the course the student must know: the difference between scalar and vectorial quantities, the vector calculus, the different units of measurement and the relative equivalences and the basic principles of physics. They must have acquired the sensitivity to the values of the simplest physical quantities and therefore to the numerical aspects connected to the solution of the exercises. They must be able to formulate simple models and must be able to recognize the basic physical processes in everyday life.

At the end of the course the student must know: the difference between scalar and vectorial quantities, the vector calculus, the different units of measurement and the relative equivalences and the basic principles of physics. They must have acquired the sensitivity to the values of the simplest physical quantities and therefore to the numerical aspects connected to the solution of the exercises. They must be able to formulate simple models and must be able to recognize the basic physical processes in everyday life.

**Lesson period:**
Second semester

**Assessment methods:** Esame

**Assessment result:** voto verbalizzato in trentesimi

Course syllabus and organization

### Linea AL

Responsible

Lesson period

Second semester

During the emergency phase or in the case it is not possible to have lessons in the university buildings the course will be done remotely following the same schedule as fixed for the lessons in the university buildings. The Zoom application will probably be used. The transparencies used will be placed in ARIEL web site. The lessons will be recorded and placed in ARIEL as well.

Practically there will be no differences if compared of what was done in 2021,

Practically there will be no differences if compared of what was done in 2021,

**Course syllabus**

- Introduction: mathematics in physics, units, dimensional analysis, number of digits, vectors.

- Mechanics: kinematics, dynamics, statics (hints), field concept, conservative forces, conservation of energy, work of a force, kinetic energy, potential energy, conservation of mechanical energy.

- Fluids: Pascal's law, Stevino's law, Archimedes' principle, surface tension, capillarity, ideal fluids, fluid motion, Bernoulli's theorem, viscosity, Reynolds number (hints).

- Gas and thermodynamics: the law of perfect gases, heat, isothermal / isobaric / isochoric processes, thermodynamic transformations, laws of thermodynamics, state functions.

Basic concepts on the diffusion of substances in gases and liquids.

Basics concepts of optics - reflection, refraction

- Electrostatics and magnetism: Coulomb's law, electric fields, potential energy and electric potential, motion of charges in a constant electric field, conductors and insulators, Gauss's law, Magnetostatics in vacuum, Lorentz force

- Circuits: Ohm's laws, Joule's law, circuits, Kirchhoff's laws, conduction in liquids

- Mechanics: kinematics, dynamics, statics (hints), field concept, conservative forces, conservation of energy, work of a force, kinetic energy, potential energy, conservation of mechanical energy.

- Fluids: Pascal's law, Stevino's law, Archimedes' principle, surface tension, capillarity, ideal fluids, fluid motion, Bernoulli's theorem, viscosity, Reynolds number (hints).

- Gas and thermodynamics: the law of perfect gases, heat, isothermal / isobaric / isochoric processes, thermodynamic transformations, laws of thermodynamics, state functions.

Basic concepts on the diffusion of substances in gases and liquids.

Basics concepts of optics - reflection, refraction

- Electrostatics and magnetism: Coulomb's law, electric fields, potential energy and electric potential, motion of charges in a constant electric field, conductors and insulators, Gauss's law, Magnetostatics in vacuum, Lorentz force

- Circuits: Ohm's laws, Joule's law, circuits, Kirchhoff's laws, conduction in liquids

**Prerequisites for admission**

Base concepts of Geometry and mathematics.

No changes if compared with 2021.

No changes if compared with 2021.

**Teaching methods**

Lessons.

No changes if compared with 2021.

No changes if compared with 2021.

**Teaching Resources**

Textbook : F. Borsa, A. Lascialfari, "Principi di Fisica", ed. EDISES.

Exercises book : Guida allo studio e alla soluzione dei problemi da "Principi di Fisica", Serway R. A., Jewett J. W., Edizioni EdiSES.

No changes if compared with 2021.

Exercises book : Guida allo studio e alla soluzione dei problemi da "Principi di Fisica", Serway R. A., Jewett J. W., Edizioni EdiSES.

No changes if compared with 2021.

**Assessment methods and Criteria**

Written and Oral exam.

No changes if compared with 2021.

No changes if compared with 2021.

FIS/01 - EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS - University credits: 6

Practicals: 16 hours

Lessons: 40 hours

Lessons: 40 hours

Professor:
Camera Franco

### Linea MZ

Responsible

Lesson period

Second semester

In relation to the supply of methods: All lectures and exercise classes will be online (Zoom). The written and oral exams will be online (Zoom)

**Course syllabus**

- Introduction:

Mathematics in Physics, Units of measure, Dimensional analysis, significant figures, vectors

- Mechanics:

Kinematics, Dynamics, Statics, Concept of field, Conservative forces, Energy conservation, Work, Kinetic energy, Potential energy, Potential, Mechanical energy conservation, Power

- Fluids:

Pascal law, Stevino law, Archimede principle, Surface tension, capillarity, Ideal and real fluids, Motion of fluids, Bernoulli theorem

- Thermodynamics:

Ideal gases law, Heat, Isothermal, adiabatic and isocore processes, Heat transmission, Thermodynamic transformations, First and second law of thermodynamics

- Electromagnetism:

Coulomb's law, Electrical fields, Electric potential and potential energy, Motion of charges in an electrical field, Conductors and insulators, Gauss's law, Conductor capacity, Capacitors, Electrical curren, Resistance, Ohm's law, Joule's law, Circuits in direct current, Circuit's laws, Kirchhoff's laws. Magnetostatics, Lorentz's force

Optics

The nature of light, Electromagnetic waves, Reflection and refraction, Lenses

[Program for not attending students with reference to descriptor 1 and 2]:

- Introduction:

Mathematics in Physics, Units of measure, Dimensional analysis, significant figures, vectors

- Mechanics:

Kinematics, Dynamics, Statics, Concept of field, Conservative forces, Energy conservation, Work, Kinetic energy, Potential energy, Potential, Mechanical energy conservation, Power

- Fluids:

Pascal law, Stevino law, Archimede principle, Surface tension, capillarity, Ideal and real fluids, Motion of fluids, Bernoulli theorem

- Thermodynamics:

Ideal gases law, Heat, Isothermal, adiabatic and isocore processes, Heat transmission, Thermodynamic transformations, First and second law of thermodynamics

- Electromagnetism:

Coulomb's law, Electrical fields, Electric potential and potential energy, Motion of charges in an electrical field, Conductors and insulators, Gauss's law, Conductor capacity, Capacitors, Electrical curren, Resistance, Ohm's law, Joule's law, Circuits in direct current, Circuit's laws, Kirchhoff's laws. Magnetostatics, Lorentz's force

-Optics

The nature of light, Electromagnetic waves, Reflection and refraction, Lenses

Mathematics in Physics, Units of measure, Dimensional analysis, significant figures, vectors

- Mechanics:

Kinematics, Dynamics, Statics, Concept of field, Conservative forces, Energy conservation, Work, Kinetic energy, Potential energy, Potential, Mechanical energy conservation, Power

- Fluids:

Pascal law, Stevino law, Archimede principle, Surface tension, capillarity, Ideal and real fluids, Motion of fluids, Bernoulli theorem

- Thermodynamics:

Ideal gases law, Heat, Isothermal, adiabatic and isocore processes, Heat transmission, Thermodynamic transformations, First and second law of thermodynamics

- Electromagnetism:

Coulomb's law, Electrical fields, Electric potential and potential energy, Motion of charges in an electrical field, Conductors and insulators, Gauss's law, Conductor capacity, Capacitors, Electrical curren, Resistance, Ohm's law, Joule's law, Circuits in direct current, Circuit's laws, Kirchhoff's laws. Magnetostatics, Lorentz's force

Optics

The nature of light, Electromagnetic waves, Reflection and refraction, Lenses

[Program for not attending students with reference to descriptor 1 and 2]:

- Introduction:

Mathematics in Physics, Units of measure, Dimensional analysis, significant figures, vectors

- Mechanics:

Kinematics, Dynamics, Statics, Concept of field, Conservative forces, Energy conservation, Work, Kinetic energy, Potential energy, Potential, Mechanical energy conservation, Power

- Fluids:

Pascal law, Stevino law, Archimede principle, Surface tension, capillarity, Ideal and real fluids, Motion of fluids, Bernoulli theorem

- Thermodynamics:

Ideal gases law, Heat, Isothermal, adiabatic and isocore processes, Heat transmission, Thermodynamic transformations, First and second law of thermodynamics

- Electromagnetism:

Coulomb's law, Electrical fields, Electric potential and potential energy, Motion of charges in an electrical field, Conductors and insulators, Gauss's law, Conductor capacity, Capacitors, Electrical curren, Resistance, Ohm's law, Joule's law, Circuits in direct current, Circuit's laws, Kirchhoff's laws. Magnetostatics, Lorentz's force

-Optics

The nature of light, Electromagnetic waves, Reflection and refraction, Lenses

**Prerequisites for admission**

Concepts of geometry, trigonometry, mathematical anlysis

**Teaching methods**

Lectures

**Teaching Resources**

Book: F. Borsa, A. Lascialfari, "Principi di Fisica", ed. EDISES

Exercises book : Guida allo studio e alla soluzione dei problemi da

"Principi di Fisica", Serway R. A., Jewett J. W., Edizioni EdiSES

Exercises book : Guida allo studio e alla soluzione dei problemi da

"Principi di Fisica", Serway R. A., Jewett J. W., Edizioni EdiSES

**Assessment methods and Criteria**

Written + Oral exam

The written and oral exam are averaged to give the final grade. The oral exam is only accessable with a grade for the wirtten exam of at least 14.

Written exam are about 5-6 exercises. The oral exam consists of exactly 5 questions about the theory.

The written and oral exam are averaged to give the final grade. The oral exam is only accessable with a grade for the wirtten exam of at least 14.

Written exam are about 5-6 exercises. The oral exam consists of exactly 5 questions about the theory.

FIS/01 - EXPERIMENTAL PHYSICS - University credits: 6

Practicals: 16 hours

Lessons: 40 hours

Lessons: 40 hours

Professor:
Di Vece Marcel

Professor(s)

Reception:

Friday afternoon (15:00-17:00) - We strongly suggest to contact prof. Franco Camera via e-mail

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