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- Searching detail and element for improving online teaching quality
- BAO Jing-dong
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 1. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.210117
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- Solutions for a familiar mechanical problem
- SU Guo-zhen
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 5. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200346
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- Application of the formation mechanism of neutronstar to the education of solid state physics
- WANG Shuan-hu, TIAN Ying-yi, WANG Min, DAI Fu-ping
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 8. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200413
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- Solving the continuous collisions by the phase space trajectory
- LI Kai-wei
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 11. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200420
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- Uniformity of magnetic field created by four parallel，coaxial and current-carrying square coils of equal size
- ZAN Hui-ping, ZHANG Yin-ke
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 14. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200373
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- Application of MATLAB to the study of quantum mechanics
- ZHOU Qun-yi¹, MO Yun-fei², ZHOU Li-li⁴, HOU Zhao-yang³
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 19. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200527
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- Applications of time-space diagram to special relativity teaching
- XU Guang-zhi, LI Yi-jie
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 26. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200417
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- A deduction method of mass-velocity relationship in special theory of relativity
- FENG Shi-meng
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 32. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200506
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- Understanding time and space connotation of Lorentz transformation by geometry
- ZHANG Liang
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 36. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200490
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- Resistance of physical pendulum system for large swing angular motion
- KANG Xiu-ying
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 41. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200529
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- Influence of the waveform distortion of magnetic field intensity on the shape of AC hysteresis loops
- LV Qing-rong, FENG Shuang-jiu
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 45. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200424
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- Discussion on the decomposition of ship induced magnetism and magnetic fields in oblique courses
- GUO Cheng-bao, HU Song, WANG Wen-jing, YIN Qi-qi
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 48. doi:10.16854 / j.cnki.1000-0712.200341
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- Thoughts on the ideological and political construction of electrodynamics course
- WANG Zhen-lin
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 53. doi:10.16854 /j.cnki.1000-0712.210010
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- Study of combining ideological and political education with Peer Instruction in college physics experiment
- CHEN Jun, ZHU Dao-yun, PANG Wei, WU Xiao, TANG Liang
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 57. doi:10.16854 /j.cnki.1000-0712.200371
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- Practices of teaching mode reform on“Computational Materials Science”
- ZHANG Peng
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 62. doi:10.16854 /j.cnki.1000-0712.210007
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- Exploration and integration of ideological and political elements in college physics teaching
- ZHU Xian-zhong, CHEN Fei-ming, FENG Cun-fang
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 66. doi:10.16854 /j.cnki.1000-0712.200423
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- Research on the critical parameter of Faraday pattern generation under higher-frequency driving
- YAN Han, WANG Wei, ZHOU Lu-qun
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 71. doi:10.16854 /j.cnki.1000-0712.200520
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- Theoretical analysis and visualization research on uniformity distribution of magnetic field in a finite solenoid
- ZHOU Xiao-yan, LIU Shi-kun, ZHANG Shu-tian, SUN Min, LU Jian, HUANG De-cai
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 76. doi:10.16854 /j.cnki.1000-0712.200496
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- Quantitatively dmonstration of principle of polarized light iterference in the experiment of crystal electro-optic effect
- DU Bo-hao, LIN Xing-yu, WANG jing
- College Physics. 2021, 40(6): 82. doi:10.16854 /j.cnki.1000-0712.190574
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By means of the course of thermodynamics and statistical physics，we investigate
on the

challenging problem of online teaching. The motivation，examples and element are discussed. We

learn Feynman and share ex- perience of editing textbook of thermodynamics and statistical physics

New solutions for a mechanical problem relating to the harmonic oscillation
are
presented based on a deep analysis.

Based on the discussion of dispersion relation and density of states in solid
state

physics，in this paper，the difference of the dispersion relation of electrons under relativistic and

non-relativistic limit is studied.The difference eventually leads to a distinct final evolution results of supermassive

celestial body. The process of theoretical calculation can be easily correlated to the study of electron behavior in solid state physics. Integrating this mechanism into the education of solid state physics can not only enhance the understanding on the electron be-havior in solid state matter，but also provide a deep insight to the relativistic behavior of electron.

When two objects occur multiple successive collisions，the solution becomes
complicated. This paper proposes the method of phase space trajectory to
solve the problem and
make the motion process visual. The caculation is also to be easy.

Uniform magnetic field has many applications in scientific research and

engineering technology. Based on Biot-Savart law and the superposition principle of magnetic

field，the mathematical expressions of magnet- ic induction intensity created by four

parallel，coaxial and current-carrying square coils of equal size ( FPCSCS) are derived. By

using Taylor series expansion method，the conditions，under which the FPCSCS generates a mag-

netic field of the best uniformity，have been found. The uniformity of magnetic fields

produced by the FPCSCS in three cases is discussed. The results show that，in the optimum

situation，the FPCSCS can generate a very homoge- nous magnetic field with magnitude relative

deviation of less than 0.01% and direction deviation of less than 0.01 degree. Compared

with the homogenous magnetic fields of square Helmholtz coil，the magnetic field of FPCSCS has

obvious advantages，which are greater magnitude and better uniformity.

This paper points out some errors in the article of “Commonly using

mathematical tools in the course of quantum mechanics”and lists the correct formula. There are

many formulas in quantum mechanics，while the optimal tool for solving calculation problems should

be MATLAB. In this paper，with help of MATLAB，we have illustrated the algorithm of limit，the

algorithm of integration，the solution of ordinary differential equations，the representation

and algorithm of Dirac function，the usage of gamma function and beta function，and the algorithm of

special functions. One-dimensional linear harmonic oscillator has been taken as an example，which

can reflect the application of MATLAB in quantum mechanics. MATLAB can also calculate and show the

graphics about the proba- bility density of the emergence of electrons in hydrogen atoms.

This paper introduces the approaches of quantitative calculation using the
Minkowski

time-space di- agram in special relativity. Formulas are derived for velocity addition，light

Doppler effect，aberration of light and so on.

The mass-velocity relationship is an important conclusion of the theory of
relativity.

Most textbooks use two objects to collide completely in-elastically for observing the speed

change from different frames of refer- ence，and obtain the mass-speed relationship. This paper

uses the Lorentz transformation of space-time in the spe- cial theory of relativity to prove the

invariance of the force in the direction of motion in the two inertial reference

frames. Then，Newton's second law is directly to derive the relationship between mass and

speed. This derivation method is relatively simple. which is very conducive to the

understanding of junior college students.

Lorentz transformation is the core content of special relativity. It is of
great

significance to understand and master the conceptual connotation of Lorentz transformation

for further understanding the space - time view of special relativity. In this paper，the

nature of time-space transformation called clock slowing and scale reduction and the

speed of light invariance condition are studied based on the two-dimensional rotation of the

space-time dia- gram. It enables students to understand the Lorentz transformation more

intuitively and lays the foundation for subse- quent courses.

In this paper，nonlinear dynamic process of a physical pendulum system with
big

swing angles is explored theoretically and experimentally. By considering the influence of the

friction and the air resistance，the de- cay process of the pendulum angle and the mechanical energy

with time is investigated with different initial angles and masses. By comparing with

the numerical simulation results，the friction coefficient of the rotation axis of the

physical pendulum and the air resistance coefficient are given as 0.025 and 0.68，respectively. The

results can pro- vide a reference for dynamic modeling of the pendulum structures such as bearing

and hinge.

AC hysteresis loops of soft ferrite ring sample are measured under different

conditions. It is found that the shape of the hysteresis loops changes with the amplitude and

frequency of AC magnetic field strength. The changes of the shape of the AC hysteresis loops are

caused by the waveform distortion of magnetic field intensity H. In a weak AC magnetic

field，when magnetic induction intensity B is changed sinusoidally，the magnetic field

intensity H is also changed sinusoidally. At this time，the shape of the hysteresis loop is

elliptical. When the mag-netic field intensity increases，H-t curves show different degrees of distortion. The

stronger the magnetic field is， the more severe the distortion of H - t curves is. At

this time，the shape of hysteresis loops becomes bended and sharp，shows a fat“S”shape. These

changes in the shape of hysteresis loops are explained through theoretical anal-ysis and experimental fitting.

The decomposition of ship induced magnetism and magnetic fields in oblique

courses is a difficult point in ship magnetic field analysis. The method based on the special

situation of the magnetic signature at the typi- cal measurement points under the keel of ship can

solve this problem easily and clearly. According to the magnetic field measurements in two

headings of 180° difference，the sum of the longitudinal and the transverse magnetism of the ship

can be separated. At the typical measurement points under the keel of a ship，the longitudinal and

vertical components of the magnetic fields of the sum of the longitudinal and the transverse

magnetism of the ship come from the longitudinal induced magnetism，and the transverse component of

the magnetic fields comes from the transverse induced magnetism. Finally，the decomposition of ship

induced magnetism and magnetic fields in oblique courses is realized.

In this paper，it is illustrated the facts that scientific development benefits from an innovation culture

of society and the original innovation makes great impact on science and technology，and promotes social development

from the perspective of the history of electrodynamics. Furthermore，it is demonstrated that the rich ideological

and political connotations of electrodynamics，including the spirit of science in exploring nature and the value

orientation of serving the society. Centering on !imparting knowledge，preaching truth，dispelling doubts，and fostering

virtue'，the thoughts and observations on the ideological and political connotations of this course were shared in

this paper.

It is a difficult task to integrate ideological and political education into college physics experiment

course because of the particularity of experimental teaching. In this paper，the ideological and political education

combined with Peer Instruction method is applied to college physics experiment course innovatively. As a result，the

students' interest and learning effect can be greatly enhanced by changing the traditional instillation teaching into

autonomous discussion learning through this new teaching method. The core values of socialism run through the

whole teaching naturally so as to achieve the goal of moistening things in silence.

An innovative country is based on innovative talents. How to realize this goal by a basic subject

course? Herein，we propose a Practice -Theory -Innovation ( PTI) teaching model of professional curse. In this

model，students do practices first to experience the applications of theory. Then，they will seek answers from theoretical

study. When they come back to research，they will make innovative achievements. Thus，this model focus on

not only the form and contents of classroom teaching，but also out-of-class research activities. Since 2017，the executing

of PTI model has led to remarkable improvement，resulting in fourteen SCI papers of undegraduate students.

It has been found that the student's innovation capacity can be improved by combining in-class lecturing and outof-

class activities.

How to excavate ideological and political education ( IPE) resources which richly containe in college

physics and to exert them on students in an imperceptible way，is an urgent problem for physics teachers to solve.

According to the content of college physics course，the content system of IPE with its structural relationship is

combed in this paper，which embodes the political and epochal features. Two searching methods of IPE materials

are provided，and the educational function of the same important IPE materials in the knowledge system of physics

is analyzed in order to provide basic ideas for constructing IPE material resources. Some methods of integrating the

elements of IPE in the process of teaching implementation are discussed so as to provide support for the implementation

of recessive teaching strategy.

In this experiment，the formation of Faraday pattern in xanthan gum solution driven by high frequency

periodic external force is studied.The experimental results show that the critical parameter of pattern generation，

the maximum driving acceleration，has a quasi linear relationship with the driving frequency.Further semiquantitative

theoretical analysis shows that this result may be related to the balance of the energy dissipation caused

by viscosity and the energy input of the external driving force，and the maximum velocity of solution surface may be

the key characteristic quantity affecting the pattern generation.

The magnetic field of solenoid with length L = 200 mm is discussed in detailby using the Biot-Savart

law and the principle of vector superposition.The magnetic fieldof a single current-carrying circular coil is exactly

derived. Pythonis adopted to integrate the analytical expressions and visualize the corresponding magnetic induction

line. Compared to the classical physics textbooks，both the theoretical derivations and the numerical solutionsare

verifiedvalidly. Then the same analysis are carried out on both the magneticfield and the visualization of magnetic

induction line of a finite current-carrying solenoid. The influence of coildensity and solenoid length on the uniformity

of magnetic field are discussed in detail. It is found that the magnetic field is regarded as uniformity in the range

of -74 mm ≤ z ≤ 74 mm of a solenoid when the density is greater than 1000 m-1 . The results in this paper provide

intuitive and clear teaching materials for theoretical and experimental teaching in College Physics.

The principle of polarized light interference is quantitatively demonstrated using experiment of

crystal electro-optic effect. With the help of index ellipsoid and small angle approximation，it is summarized that

inherent order of stripe under convergent incident light is depended on position of stripe and driving voltage loaded

on crystal. Extracting data from interference fringes，the linear relationship between the interference order and the

square of the dark pattern position is verified，in different driving voltages，the correlation coefficients are all higher

than 0.99; the electro-optic coefficient of crystal is measured by using the relationship between driving voltage and

interference order，the error of the result is about 1.45% compared to accepted method. The experimental design

can deepen the understanding of the theoretical knowledge of polarized light interference for junior undergraduates

and enrich the experimental content.