List of Branches of Physics and Their Roles
Mechanics is the science that studies the motion and changes in the shape of objects caused by forces. Physicists who mastered the basics of mechanics include Archimedes, Isaac Newton, and Galileo Galilei. In everyday life, physics is one of the most widely applied.
Thermodynamics is the study of energy transformations and the equilibrium of a set of particles that form gases, liquids and solids, especially those related to thermal or heat properties.
Electronics is a branch of physics that focuses on studying the emission behavior and impact of electrons and the control of charged particles in a vacuum, gases, and semiconductor materials.
Geometry optics is the science that studies the nature of reflection and refraction of light. This branch of science is also often referred to as Snell’s law.
Quantum physics is a science that studies physical properties at the atomic and subatomic scales. The essence of quantum physics is that uncertainty about predictions in quantum theory is more likely, not certainty.
Biophysics is the science of physics that studies physical phenomena in living things that come from a combination of biology and physics. In biophysics, biological processes are studied using physical methods.
Geophysics is the science of physics that studies the earth, including the atmosphere that surrounds it. Examples are earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather changes, landslides, and others.
Thus a brief explanation of the definitions of several branches of physics that you can learn. (Anne)