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EASA Part 66 Module Physics Content
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Module 2: Physics
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EASA Part 66 module physics
Matter is the foundation for any discussion of physics. Matter is what all things are made of; whatever occupies space, has mass, and is perceptible to the senses in some way. According to the Law of Conservation, matter cannot be created or destroyed, but it is possible to change its physical state.
When liquid gasoline vaporizes and mixes with air, and then burns, it might seem that this piece of matter has disappeared and no longer exists. Although it no longer exists in the state of liquid gasoline, the matter still exists in the form of the gases given off by the burning fuel easa part 66 module physics.