Physics of Semi-Conductor Devices:
I had attended 15 days training in 2002 in CSIO Chandigarh which laid emphasis on tracing logic detection similarity between DNA flowing in our blood stream to the diode working inside a chip.
Physics of Mass:
Perhaps this was one area i had started studying from my 7th std in form of Newton's laws of motion; i also made good attempts of solving spring-mass numericals!
In a normal world, i often feel like associating mass with carbohydrates. Einstein also declared mass to be another form of energy with his short and simple equation E=mc(square).
Physics of Temperature:
This was one of my favorites as the formulas were comparatively simpler and examples were interesting!
It was a chapter in physics book which explained me how keeping the refrigerator open for an hour will not turn the room colder!
I loved making solar cooker in my Xth std summer vacations and was equally excited to see that it works!
Physics of Sound:
And though last for today's post ( as i am feeling drenched of energy with all these applications of brain :-) , understanding sound in terms of science was another interesting revelation.
Science taught me that just like light sound is also a wave, which is medium dependant to a great extent. waves are so much like our thoughts, can be standing, constuctive or destructive during interaction! Science taught me something called vacuum, which practically i have never experienced though visualized it while cleaning home with a vacuum cleaner!
I salute all the maestros of Physics!
Let the world of Physics keep on producing ripples in all the budding scientists of today and tomorrow!