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physicsphys‧ics /ˈfɪzɪks/ ●●● S3 noun [uncountable]  HPthe science concerned with the study of physical objects and substances, and of natural forces such as light, heat, and movementGRAMMAR: Singular or plural verb?Physics is followed by a singular verb: To me, physics is a fascinating subject.
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physicsIn either case, the chemistry and physics of the products are very similar.Chemistry and physics books revealed the same patterns.Home-schooled by his parents until age sixteen, Tsiolkovskii read voraciously and developed a lifelong fascination with mathematics and physics.I would probably think of that as physics, in a complex way.She is redoing her A-levels in chemistry, physics and biology in the sixth form of a London girls' school.Deterministic laws of atomic arrangements in the triumphant years of classical physics seemed to lie behind the phenomena of life.Jones explores each in turn, calling on other metaphors to illustrate his points, but never strays far from mainstream physics.The poetry of physics has become the stuff of novels.