Ferromagnetism, anti-ferromagnetism, and paramagnetism and also how temperature affects the magnetic properties
Curie Point and how this can be demonstrated in the lab.
Prof Walter Lewin's lecture
Physical scientists use mathematics to explain what happens in nature. Life scientists want to understand how biological systems work. These systems include molecules, cells, organisms, and ecosystems that are very complex. Biological research in the 21st century involves experiments that produce huge amounts of data. How can biologists even begin to understand this data or predict how these systems might work? This is where biophysicists come in. Biophysicists are uniquely trained in the quantitative sciences of physics, math, and chemistry and they are able tackle a wide array of topics, ranging from how nerve cells communicate, to how plant cells capture light and transform it into energy, to how changes in the DNA of healthy cells can trigger their transformation into cancer cells, to so many other biological problems.
1 of 5 : how Temperature affects magnetic properties?
2 of 5: the curie point
3 of 5: Dutch astrophysicist and former professor of physics @ MIT