Experimental Physics

Experimental Physics deals with the observation of physical phenomena and experiments. The mechanisms involved differ from one discipline to the other, from basic experiments and observations like Cavendish experiments to more difficult and twisted ones like Large Hadron Collidor. Experimental Physics regroups all the branches of Physics that are associated with conceptualization, data acquisition and data acquisition methods. It is in contradictory with the Theoretical Physics which involves predicting and explaining the physical behavior of the nature. In spite of their concern towards different aspects of nature, both Theoretical and Experimental Physics share a common goal of understanding the nature and have symbiotic relation with it. Experimental Physics provides the data about the universe, while Theoretical Physics provides explanations for the data and thus offers insights on how better data can be acquired and how to set up experiments. 

  • Hydrodynamics
  • Geometrization of irriversibility
  • Interferometry
  • Spectroscopy
  • Crystallography
  • Statistical methods

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