Jason H. Hafner

 

 


 

Jason Hafner earned his Ph.D. from Rice University in 1998 under Richard Smalley for work on carbon nanotubes, and pursued postdoctoral studies at Harvard University with Charles Lieber.


More info: http://chemistry.rice.edu/facultydetail.aspx?riceid=201




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Sep 1st 2016

PHYS 102.1x serves as an introduction to charge, the electric field, the electric potential, current, resistance, and DC circuits with resistors and capacitors.

Average: 2.6 (5 votes)
Apr 5th 2016

The fourth of four courses in a dynamic, comprehensive series that provides a solid base in introductory physics and helps prepare you for the AP Physics 1 Exam. Free textbook included! In this four-part series, we will explore AP Physics 1 concepts and prepare for the AP Physics 1 Exam in an exciting and entirely new way. Increase your skills – and your readiness – for the AP Exam though quality videos, inquiry labs, Hollywood-style Concept Trailers™, Direct Measurement Videos, AP problem-solving sessions and more!

Average: 8.5 (4 votes)
Feb 23rd 2016

The third of four courses in a dynamic, comprehensive series that provides a solid base in introductory physics and helps prepare you for the AP Physics 1 Exam. Free textbook included!

Average: 4 (1 vote)
Jan 5th 2016

The second of four courses in a dynamic, comprehensive series that provides a solid base in introductory physics and helps prepare you for the AP Physics 1 Exam. Free textbook included!

Average: 3 (2 votes)
Nov 10th 2015

Explore AP Physics 1 topics and boost your writing and thinking skills - free textbook supplied. Upgrade to a Verified Certificate to get the added benefit of the AP Exam Prep PLUS 5.

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Mar 10th 2015

This course serves as an introduction to the magnetic field, how it is created by currents and magnetic materials, induction and inductors, and AC circuits.

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Oct 6th 2014

This course covers the physics of waves on strings, electromagnetic waves, geometrical optics, interference, diffraction, and image formation.

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