Sentences with Physics, Physics in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Physics

Sentences with Physics, Physics in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Physics

1. What’s a pole in physics?

2. I have trouble with physics.

3. Medical physics is an applied area of physics.

4. Think how hard physics would be if particles could think.

5. If it weren’t for physics and law enforcement, I’d be unstoppable.

6. I have devoted much time and energy to helping medical physics in developing countries.

7. I was the Chair of the first department of medical physics in a medical school in the U.S.

8. Our civil rights have no dependence on our religious opinions any more than our opinions in physics or geometry…

9. I was thrown out of college for cheating on the metaphysics exam; I looked into the soul of the boy sitting next to me.

10. In chemistry and physics, activation energy is the minimum amount of energy that must be provided for compounds to result in a chemical reaction.

11. My father was on the faculty in the Chemistry Department of Harvard University my mother had one year of graduate work in physics before her marriage.

12. When I entered medical physics in 1958 there were fewer than 100 in the U.S. and I could see many opportunities to apply my knowledge of nuclear physics.

13. In physics and chemistry, a selection rule, or transition rule, formally constrains the possible transitions of a system from one quantum state to another.

14. Most medical physicists work in the physics of radiation oncology making sure that the desired dose is given to the cancer and the dose to normal tissues are minimized.

15. The possibilities that are suggested in quantum physics tell us that everything that we’re looking at may not be in fact there, so the underlying nature of being is weird.

16. Mathematics catalogues everything that is not self-contradictory; within that vast inventory, physics is an island of structures rich enough to contain their own beholders.

17. That attitude does not exist so much today, but in those days there was a very sharp distinction between basic physics and applied physics. Columbia did not deal with applied physics.

18. Soon I knew the craft of experimental physics was beyond me – it was the sublime quality of patience – patience in accumulating data, patience with recalcitrant equipment – which I sadly lacked.

19. The growth of technology is such that it is not possible today for a nuclear physicist to switch into medical physics without training. The field is now much more technical. More training is needed to do the job.

20. Physics does not change the nature of the world it studies, and no science of behavior can change the essential nature of man, even though both sciences yield technologies with a vast power to manipulate the subject matters.

21. The grounding in natural sciences which I obtained in the course of my medical studies, including preliminary examinations in botany, zoology, physics, and chemistry, was to become decisive in determining the trend of my literary work.

22. I’d love to go back to Europe in the ’20s and ’30s, for the beginning of the Psychoanalytic Movement, and Freud and Jung, and all that was going on with discoveries in quantum physics. The whole nature of reality was changing and being challenged.

23. It is funny that men who are supposed to be scientific cannot get themselves to realise the basic principle of physics, that action and reaction are equal and opposite, that when you persecute people you always rouse them to be strong and stronger.

24. It is generally recognised that women are better than men at languages, personal relations and multi-tasking, but less good at map-reading and spatial awareness. It is therefore not unreasonable to suppose that women might be less good at mathematics and physics.