## Physical alphabet

To understand physics equations, present them, or write your own, you need to know the physics alphabet. Here you will learn the letters and their pronunciation.

Let's start with the physics basics that an Universaldenker must master.

To understand physics equations, present them, or write your own, you need to know the physics alphabet. Here you will learn the letters and their pronunciation.

Here you will learn some important concepts of mathematics that will be helpful to understand physics better.

Here you will learn the meaning of energy, force, momentum, and other physical quantities that you will encounter in all disciplines of physics.

Here you will learn the basics about light as a wave and a ray and how to tame it.

Learn how temperature, volume, pressure, and other macroscopic state variables of systems (such as a gas) are related.

Here you will learn the meaning of charges, electric and magnetic fields, voltage and current.

Here you will learn all about photons, wave functions and the world of the small.

Here you will learn all about time dilation, length contraction and spacetime diagrams.

Great! If you have gone through all the courses, you should now be familiar with the basics of physics. For the next level of knowledge, you must first teach yourself the knowledge of **differential and integral calculus** as well as **vector calculus**.

+ Perfect for **high school** and **undergraduate physics** students

+ Contains **over 500 illustrated formulas** on just 140 pages

+ Contains tables with **examples** and **measured constants**

+ Easy for everyone because **without vectors and integrals**