classical physics definition

  • noun:
    • all aspects of physics created ahead of the rise of quantum mechanics
    • The division of physics that encompasses the 3 significant regions of mechanics, electrodynamics, and thermodynamics, which were created prior to the organization of quantum physics when you look at the twentieth century. Source: Physics for Christian Schools, Second Edition

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