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Physics by Mind Map: Physics

1. Astronomy

1.1. Astrophysics

1.1.1. Cosmology

1.1.2. Gravitation Physics

1.1.3. Planetary Astrophysics

1.1.4. Plasma Physics

1.1.5. Space Physics

1.1.6. Stellar Astrophysics

1.1.7. High Energy Astrophysics

1.1.8. Observational Astrophysics

1.1.8.1. Radio Astronomy

1.1.8.2. Infrared Astronomy

1.1.8.3. Optical Astronomy

1.1.8.4. Ultraviolet, X-ray, and Gamma Ray Astronomy

1.1.9. Theoretical Astrophysics

1.1.9.1. Solar System Formation and Evolution

1.1.9.2. Stellar Dynamics and Evolution

1.1.9.3. Galaxy Formation and Evolution

1.1.9.3.1. Lambda-CDM Model

1.1.9.3.2. Baryonic Matter

1.1.9.3.3. Energy

1.1.9.3.4. Radiation

1.1.9.3.5. Dark Energy

1.1.9.3.6. Quintessence

1.1.9.3.7. Phantom Energy

1.1.9.3.8. Dark Matter

1.1.9.3.9. Cold Dark Matter

1.1.9.3.10. Warm Dark Matter

1.1.9.3.11. Hot Dark Matter

1.1.9.3.12. Dark Radiation

1.1.9.3.13. Shape of the Universe

1.1.9.3.14. Large-Scale Structure

1.1.9.3.15. Reionization

1.1.9.3.16. Structure Formation

1.1.9.3.17. Large Quasar Group

1.1.9.3.18. Galaxy Filament

1.1.9.3.19. Supercluster

1.1.9.3.20. Galaxy Cluster

1.1.9.3.21. Galaxy Group

1.1.9.3.22. Local Group

1.1.9.3.23. Void

1.1.9.4. Magnetohydrodynamics

1.1.9.5. Large-Scale Structure of Matter in the Universe

1.1.9.6. Origin of Cosmic Rays

1.1.9.7. General Relativity and Physical Cosmology

1.1.9.8. String Cosmology

1.1.9.9. Astroparticle Physics

1.2. Astrodynamics

1.3. Astrometry

1.4. Extragalactic Astronomy

1.4.1. Galaxy Groups

1.4.2. Galaxy Clusters/Superclusters

1.4.3. Galaxy Filaments

1.4.4. Active Galactic Nuclei/Quasars

1.4.5. Radio Galaxies

1.4.6. Supernovae

1.4.7. Intergalactic Stars

1.4.8. Intergalactic Dust

1.4.9. Observable Universe

1.5. Galactic Astronomy

1.5.1. Milky Way

1.6. Cosmology

1.6.1. Big Bang

1.6.2. Cosmic Microwave Background

1.6.3. Dark Matter

1.6.4. Expansion of the Universe

1.6.5. Large-Scale Structure

1.6.6. Primordial Nucleosynthesis

1.7. Planetary Science

1.7.1. Mercury

1.7.2. Venus

1.7.3. Earth

1.7.4. Mars

1.7.5. Asteroids

1.7.6. Jupiter

1.7.7. Saturn

1.7.8. Uranus

1.7.9. Neptune

1.7.10. Pluto

1.7.11. Kuiper Belt Objects

1.7.12. Comets

1.7.13. Meteors

1.8. Stellar Astronomy

1.9. Fundamentals

1.9.1. Celestial Mechanics

1.9.2. Constellations

1.9.3. Eclipses

1.9.4. Energy and Temperature

1.9.5. Gravity

1.9.6. Kepler's Laws

1.9.7. Lunar Phases

1.9.8. Magnitude System

1.9.9. Night Sky

1.9.10. Properties of Light

1.9.11. Relativity

1.9.12. Spectra

1.10. Stars

1.10.1. Binary Stars

1.10.2. Black Holes

1.10.3. Brown Dwarfs

1.10.4. Gamma-Ray Bursts

1.10.5. Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram

1.10.6. Neutron Stars and White Dwarfs

1.10.7. Spectral Types

1.10.8. Star Clusters

1.10.9. Star Formation

1.10.10. Neutron Stars

1.10.10.1. Pulsar

1.10.10.2. Magnetar

1.10.11. Stellar Evolution

1.10.12. Stellar Nucleosynthesis

1.10.13. Supernovae

1.11. Instrumentation

1.11.1. Gamma-Ray Astronomy

1.11.2. Infrared Astronomy

1.11.3. Observatories

1.11.4. Radio Astronomy

1.11.5. Telescopes

1.11.6. Ultraviolet Astronomy

1.11.7. X-Ray Astronomy

2. Mid Infrared

3. Particle Physics

3.1. Accelerator Physics

3.2. Nuclear Physics

3.3. Nuclear Astrophysics

3.4. Particle Astrophysics

3.5. Particle Physics Phenomenology

3.6. Standard Model

3.7. Quantum Field Theory

3.8. Quantum Chromodynamics

3.9. Electroweak Theory

3.10. Effective Field Theory

3.11. Lattice Field Theory

3.12. Lattice Gauge Theory

3.13. Gauge Theory

3.14. Supersymmetry

3.15. Grand Unified Theory

3.16. Superstring Theory

3.17. M-Theory

4. Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics

4.1. Atomic Physics

4.2. Molecular Physics

4.3. Atomic and Molecular Astrophysics

4.4. Chemical Physics

4.4.1. Quantum Chemistry

4.5. Optics

4.5.1. Quantum Optics

4.6. Photonics

4.7. Quantum Information Science

4.8. Atom

4.9. Molecule

4.10. Diffraction

4.11. Electromagnetic Radiation

4.12. Laser

4.13. Polarization

4.14. Spectral Line

4.15. Casimir Effect

5. Condensed Matter Physics

5.1. Solid State Physics

5.2. High Pressure Physics

5.3. Low-Temperature Physics

5.4. Nanoscale and Mesoscopic Physics

5.5. Polymer Physics

5.6. BCS Theory

5.6.1. Superconductivity

5.7. Bloch Wave

5.7.1. Wavefunction

5.7.2. Planck's Constant

5.8. Fermi Gas

5.8.1. Fermions

5.8.2. Phases of Matter

5.8.3. Quantum Critical Point

5.8.4. Phase Transitions of Matter

5.9. Fermi Liquid

5.9.1. Fermions

5.9.2. Pauli Exclusion Principle

5.9.3. Adiabaticity

5.9.4. Angle Resolved Photoemission Spectroscopy

5.10. Many-Body Theory

5.10.1. Emergent Phenomena

6. Fundamental Forces

6.1. M-Theory

6.1.1. Quantum Field Theory

6.1.1.1. Electroweak Force

6.1.1.1.1. Weak Nuclear Force

6.1.1.1.2. Electromagnetism

6.1.1.2. Strong Nuclear Force

6.1.2. Gravity

6.1.3. Branes

6.1.4. BFSS Matrix Model

6.1.5. String Theory

6.1.5.1. Strings

6.2. Quantum Gravity

7. Agrophysics

8. Atmospheric Physics

9. Biophysics

10. Computational Physics

11. Cryogenics

12. Dynamics

13. Econophysics

14. Geophysics

15. Homeokinetics

16. Materials Physics

17. Mathematical Physics

18. Mechanics

18.1. Thermodynamics

18.1.1. Heat Engine

18.1.2. Kinetic Theory

18.1.3. Statistical Mechanics

18.1.4. Boltzmann's Constant

18.1.5. Conjugate Variables

18.1.6. Enthalpy

18.1.7. Entropy

18.1.8. Equation of State

18.1.9. Equipartition Theorem

18.1.10. First Law of Thermodynamics

18.1.11. Spontaneous Process

18.1.12. State Function

18.1.13. Statistical Ensemble

18.1.14. Temperature

18.1.15. Thermodynamic Equilibrium

18.1.16. Thermodynamic Potential

18.1.17. Thermodynamic Processes

18.1.18. Thermodynamic State

18.1.19. Thermodynamic System

18.1.20. Third Law of Thermodynamics

18.1.21. Viscosity

18.1.22. Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics

18.2. Classical Mechanics

18.2.1. Lagrangian Mechanics

18.2.2. Hamiltonian Mechanics

18.2.3. Kinematics

18.2.4. Statics

18.2.5. Dynamics

18.2.6. Chaos Theory

18.2.7. Acoustics

18.2.8. Fluid Dynamics

18.2.9. Continuum Mechanics

18.2.10. Newton's Laws of Motion

18.2.11. Density

18.2.12. Dimension

18.2.13. Gravity

18.2.14. Space

18.2.15. Time

18.2.16. Motion

18.2.17. Length

18.2.18. Position

18.2.19. Velocity

18.2.20. Acceleration

18.2.21. Mass

18.2.22. Momentum

18.2.23. Force

18.2.24. Energy

18.2.25. Angular Momentum

18.2.26. Torque

18.2.27. Conservation Law

18.2.28. Harmonic Oscillator

18.2.29. Wave

18.2.29.1. Mechanical Waves

18.2.29.1.1. Waves on Strings

18.2.29.1.2. Acoustic Waves

18.2.29.1.3. Water Waves

18.2.29.1.4. Seismic Waves

18.2.29.1.5. Shock Waves

18.2.29.1.6. Kinematic Waves

18.2.29.1.7. Metachronal Wave

18.2.29.2. Electromagnetic Waves

18.2.29.2.1. Ionizing Radiation

18.2.29.2.2. Visible

18.2.29.2.3. Microwaves and Radio Waves

18.2.29.2.4. Ultra Low Frequency

18.2.29.2.5. Super Low Frequency

18.2.29.2.6. Extremely Low Frequency

18.2.29.3. Quantum Mechanical Waves

18.2.29.4. Gravity Waves

18.2.29.5. Gravitational Waves

18.2.30. Work

18.2.31. Power

18.3. Quantum Mechanics

18.3.1. Scattering Theory

18.3.2. Schrodinger Equation

18.3.3. Quantum Field Theory

18.3.4. Quantum Statistical Mechanics

18.3.5. Path Integral Formulation

18.4. Continuum Mechanics

18.5. Fluid Mechanics

18.5.1. Fluid Statics

18.5.2. Fluid Kinematics

18.5.3. Fluid Dynamics

18.6. Aerodynamics

18.7. Biomechanics

19. Nuclear Physics

20. Optics

21. Psychophysics

22. Plasma Physics

23. Polymer Physics

24. Theoretical Physics

24.1. Classical Mechanics

24.2. Continuum Mechanics

24.3. Solid Mechanics

24.4. Mathematical Physics

24.5. Statistical Physics

24.6. Statistical Mechanics

24.7. Condensed Matter Physics

24.7.1. Solid State Physics

24.7.2. Electronic Structure of Materials

24.8. Atomic Physics

24.9. Computational Physics

24.10. Nuclear Physics

24.11. Fundamental Interaction

24.12. Weak Interaction

24.13. Electroweak Interaction

24.14. Analog Models of Gravity

24.15. Conservation Law

24.16. Conservation of Energy

24.17. Conservation of Mass

24.18. Conservation of Momentum

24.19. Conservation of Angular Momentum

24.20. Thermodynamics

24.21. Laws of Thermodynamics

24.22. Newton's Laws of Motion

24.23. Dynamics

24.24. Dynamo Theory

24.25. Kinetic Theory of Gases

24.26. Electromagnetism

24.27. Field Theory

24.28. Classical Field Theory

24.29. Scattering Theory

24.30. Quantum Field Theory

24.31. Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime

24.32. Conformal Field Theory

24.33. Fluid Mechanics

24.34. Fluid Dynamics

24.35. Information Theory

24.36. Algorithmic Information Theory

24.37. Quantum Information Theory

24.38. Theoretical Computer Science

24.39. Computational Complexity Theory

24.40. Quantum Complexity Theory

24.41. Theory of Relativity

24.41.1. General Relativity

24.41.1.1. Einstein Field Equations

24.41.1.2. Covariance

24.41.1.3. Einstein Manifold

24.41.1.4. Equivalence Principle

24.41.1.5. Four-Momentum

24.41.1.6. Four-Vector

24.41.1.7. General Principle of Relativity

24.41.1.8. Geodesic Motion

24.41.1.9. Gravity

24.41.1.10. Gravitoelectromagnetism

24.41.1.11. Inertial Frame of Reference

24.41.1.12. Invariance

24.41.1.13. Length Contraction

24.41.1.14. Lorentzian Manifold

24.41.1.15. Lorentz Transformation

24.41.1.16. Metric

24.41.1.17. Minkowski Diagram

24.41.1.18. Minkowski Space

24.41.1.19. Principle of Relativity

24.41.1.20. Proper Length

24.41.1.21. Proper Time

24.41.1.22. Reference Frame

24.41.1.23. Rest Energy

24.41.1.24. Rest Mass

24.41.1.25. Relativity of Simultaneity

24.41.1.26. Spacetime

24.41.1.27. Special Principle of Relativity

24.41.1.28. Speed of Light

24.41.1.29. Stress-Energy Tensor

24.41.1.30. Time Dilation

24.41.1.31. Twin Paradox

24.41.1.32. World Line

24.41.2. Special Relativity

24.41.2.1. Time Dilation

24.41.2.2. Relativistic Mass

24.41.2.3. Mass-Energy Equivalence

24.41.2.4. Universal Speed Limit

24.41.2.4.1. Speed of Light

24.41.2.5. Relativity of Simultaneity

24.41.2.6. Length Contraction

24.42. Particle Physics

24.43. Physical Cosmology

24.44. Quantum Mechanics

24.45. Fractional Quantum Mechanics

24.46. Relativistic Quantum Mechanics

24.47. Quantum Dynamics

24.48. Quantum Chromodynamics

24.49. Quantum Computing

24.50. Quantum Electrochemistry

24.51. Quantum Electrodynamics

24.52. Quantum Geometry

24.53. Quantum Chaos

24.54. Chaos Theory

24.55. Perturbation Theory (Quantum Mechanics)

24.56. Dark Matter

24.57. Cosmological Constant

24.58. Gravitational Constant

24.59. Standard Model

24.60. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking

24.61. Black Hole Thermodynamics

24.62. Causal Sets

24.63. Dark Fluid

24.64. Doubly Special Relativity

24.65. Einstein-Rosen Bridge

24.66. Emergence

24.67. Hamiltonian Mechanics

24.68. Supervenience

24.69. Theory of Everything

24.70. Mathematical Universe Hypothesis

24.71. Grand Unification Theory

24.72. Loop Quantum Gravity

24.73. Loop Quantum Cosmology

24.74. Quantum Gravity

24.75. Canonical Quantum Gravity

24.76. Scale Relativity

24.77. Supersymmetry

24.78. Supersymmetry Breaking

24.79. Supergravity

24.80. String Theory

24.81. Superstring Theory

24.82. M-Theory

24.83. Brane Cosmology

24.84. Eigenstate Thermalization Hypothesis

24.85. Experimental Physics

24.86. Unparticle Physics

24.87. Digital Physics

24.88. Hidden Variable Theory

24.89. Pilot Wave Theory

24.90. CPT Symmetry

24.91. Event Symmetry

24.92. Electrogravitics

24.93. Tesla's Dynamic Theory of Gravity

24.94. Aether

24.95. Orgone

24.96. Prana

24.97. Qi

24.98. Odic Force

25. Vehicle Physics