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    1. Atomic Physics: Provides an in-depth exploration of the atom, its subatomic particles (protons, neutrons, and electrons), their behaviors and interaction with energy and matter.
    2. Quantum Mechanics: An intricate explanation on how particles at a microscopic scale, potentially even smaller than atoms, behave in a series of processes where traditional physics may not apply.
    3. Nuclear Physics: Explores the dynamics of atomic nuclei, their components and interactions, including discussions on nuclear reactions, radioactive decay and fusion.
    4. Thermodynamics: Offers a detailed exploration of the transfer of heat and energy, the relationship between different types of energy, and the laws guiding these transfers and conversions.
    5. Classical Mechanics: Explains the laws of motion established by Sir Isaac Newton, elucidating the relationship between force and motion in objects.
    6. Electromagnetism: Details how electric currents and magnetic fields interact with each other, and their combined roles in the functioning of many everyday electronics.
    7. Special and General Theory of Relativity: Breaks down both of Einstein’s theories, including how the speed of light impacts time and the impact of gravity on space and time, respectively.
    8. Astrophysics: Gives an overview of the physics of stars, galaxies, and the universe at large, discussing phenomena like black holes, quasars, and the Big Bang theory.
    9. Solid State Physics: Discusses the properties, structure, and behavior of solids, including the quantum mechanical nature of atoms and how they form complex materials.
    10. Optics: Handles the properties and behaviors of light, including its interactions with different types of matter and phenomena such as refraction, interference, and polarization.
    11. Plasma Physics: Contains the descriptions of the properties and uses of plasma, a state of matter similar to gas in which a certain portion of particles are ionized.
    12. Particle Physics: Delve into the tiny particles that make up everything in the universe, scrutinizing their properties, interactions and the forces acting upon them.