Unit PHISYCAL SCIENCE
 Course
 Chemistry and technology of drugs
 Studyunit Code
 GP003077
 Location
 PERUGIA
 Curriculum
 In all curricula
 Teacher
 Michele Pauluzzi
 Teachers

 Michele Pauluzzi
 Hours
 56 ore  Michele Pauluzzi
 CFU
 7
 Course Regulation
 Coorte 2020
 Offered
 2020/21
 Learning activities
 Base
 Area
 Discipline matematiche, fisiche, informatiche e statistiche
 Academic discipline
 FIS/07
 Type of studyunit
 Obbligatorio (Required)
 Type of learning activities
 Attività formativa monodisciplinare
 Language of instruction
 Italian
 Contents
 Introduction: fundamental units, vectors and scalars. Kinematics and Mechanics: Newton laws; Forces, Work and Energy; Momenta, Collisions; Rigid bodies and Rotational motions. Fluid mechanics and Dynamics. Electricity and Magnetism: Electric field, Magnetic field, Maxwell laws
 Reference texts
 recommended: Serway & Jewett, Principi di Fisica Vol. I, EdiSES editore Alternatively: James S. Walker, Fondamenti di Fisica Vol.I e II, Zanichelli
 Educational objectives
 The main goal of the moduls consists in fundamental classical Physics knowledge.The most important competences (i.e. the ability to apply the acquired knowledge) will be:applying basic Physics in the solution of Physics (and non Physics) problems;applying this theoretical knowledge to address problems related to this Course of Studies;developing the ability of building instruments and methods in the study of theoretical concepts and in their application, when facing new situations
 Prerequisites
 In order to be able to understand and apply the majority of the subjects addressed within the course, it is useful to have attended to the Mathematics course, and possibily have successufully passed the exam.Topics of the module do require the ability to solve simple limits, derivatives and integrals.
 Teaching methods
 Module lessons are held by the professor, twice a week, and consist of two hour front lessons and practical exercises and applications covering Physics problems.
 Other information
 Learning verification modality
 The exams consists of a written test and an oral one.The written test consists on the solution of onetwo Physics problems. The tests has a duration of about 2 hours. It is designed in such a way to evaluate the understanding of the theoretical knowledge as well as the ability to correctly apply it in the solution of the proposed issues.The oral exam consists in an interview lasting about 15 to 30 minutes, aiming at ascertaining the knowledge level and understanding acquired by the student on the theoretical content of the course, evaluating as well the student communication skills.
 Extended program
 1. KINEMATICS AND MECHANICS 1.1. Introduction to Physics Fundamental quantities, Dimensional analysis. 1.2. Vectors Scalar and vector quantities. Properties of vectors. 1.3. Motion in one and two dimensions Displacement, Velocity and instantaneous velocity vector. Acceleration and instantaneous acceleration vector. Kinematic equations. Motion with constant velocity and motion with constant acceleration. Free falling objects. 1.4. Forces and Newton?s Laws Newton?s first law. Concept of force and its properties. Inertial mass. Newton?s second law. Newton?s law of universal gravitation and weight. Newton?s third law. Normal forces. Forces of friction. Tension. Circular motion: angular velocity, centripetal acceleration, period. Nonuniform circular motion: tangential and centripetal acceleration. Centripetal forces. 1.5. Work, Energy, Oscillations Work done by a force. Kinetic energy. Kinetic energy theorem. Conservative forces and Potential energy. Conservation of mechanical energy. Conservation of Energy in general. Elastic forces: work and conservation of energy. Harmonic motion in one dimension. Pendulum. 1.6. Linear momentum and collisions Linear momentum and impulse. Internal and external forces. Conservation of linear momentum. Elastic and inelastic collisions in one and two dimensions. Center of mass. 1.7. Introduction to Rotational kinematics and dynamics. Momentum. Angular and linear quantities. Moments of inertia. Conservation of angular momentum. 2. FLUID MECHANICS 2.1. Hydrostatics and Fluid dynamics Fluids. Density. Pressure and Stevin?s law. Pascal?s law. Archimedes?s principle. Dynamics of ideal fluids: equation of continuity, Bernoulli?s equation. 3. ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM 3.1. Electrostatics Electric charges. Coulomb?s law. Insulators and conductors. Electrostatic field; Electric field lines and Gauss?s law for point charge or a charge with spherical or planar symmetry. Electric potential and potential energy due to point charges. Potential differences. Capacitance. Capacitance for planar capacitors. Energy stored in a charged capacitor. 3.2. Currents and resistence Electric current. Resistance and Ohm?s law. Electrical power. Direct current circuits with resisters in series and in parallel. 3.3. Magnetic fields Magnetic field. Lorentz?s force. Motion of a charged particle in magnetic and electric fields; applications. Magnetic force on a currentcarrying conductor. BiotSavart Law. Ampere?s law and magnetic field of a currentcarrying rectilinear conductor. Magnetic forces between two parallel conductors. 3.4. Elettromagnetic induction Electromagnetic induction: Faraday?s law. Inductance. Mutual inductance. Self inductance. Induced emfs and electric fields: generalized Ampere?s law 3.5. Maxwell?s equations