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The Physics and Astronomy Portal

Welcome to the Physics and Astronomy portal. This portal is intended to be a user-friendly guide to physics and astronomy content on Wikiversity for pre-school, primary and secondary levels. For a more specialist and advanced portal, please refer to the School of Physics and Astronomy.

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The Structure of Matter
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This image shows the structure of matter according to string theory, in which everyday objects are analysed as molecules, then as atoms, then as sub-atomic particles, and finally as strings. Click on the image for a full size version which you can freely re-use and modify. Print it and use it for your lessons, integrate it into your pages on Wikiversity, or use it in other learning resources and websites. Use the links below to find more images like this one.

Images relating to string theory
Mechanics images - Electromagnetism images - Optics images - Atomic physics images
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Guide to Physics and Astronomy
The following is a dynamic listing of all the pages categorized into this portal. To restructure or extend this list, you will need to edit individual page categories.
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Related material on Wikiversity
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To-do list for Physics and Astronomy
  • Do further research on boson particles
  • Study the effect that neutron stars have on their surrounding systems
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Create a new physics and astronomy page

Enter the title of your new page into the box below and click the button. This will create a new page for you and start off the page with some boilerplate.


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2017

  • 21 February: Soil Formation is ready for learners.
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  • 11 February: Earth is a lecture, check it out and try the quiz
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  • 2 February: The Ideal gas law is a new resource that's complete and ready for learners
  • 1 February: The course Evaluating Evidence is complete and ready for learners, as is the lecture Saturn, check it out and try the quiz
  • 26 January: The new mathematics resource Quadratic Equation is ready for learners


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