What are the branches of physics?


The branches of physics include astrophysics that deals with the physics of the world, cosmology which is the study of the space and mechanics which deals with the motion of bodies. Biophysics is also a branch of physics.
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Physics is concerned with the nature and properties of matter and energy. Subject matter includes but is not limited to: light and other radiation, heat, mechanics, sound, electricity, magnetism, and the structure of atoms.
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Some of the branches of physics are Biophysics, Astrophysics, Chemical Physics, Atomic Physics, Molecular physics, Optical physics, and Quantum Physics, just to name a few.
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