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Explain Thermal Physics and Quanmtum mechanics

Thermal Physics, in which one studies the nature of heat and the changes that the addition of heat brings about in matter. 

 Quantum Mechanics, which primarily study with the physics of small objects like atoms, nuclei, quarks, etc. Though, Quantum Mechanics will be treated only briefly for lack of time..

 

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