🍎 Physics Lab Course πŸ’‘πŸ₯ΌπŸ‘·β€β™€οΈSTEM & English Education πŸŽ“Masterclass βš™οΈClassical mechanics πŸ’¦Fluid mechanics πŸ”ŠAcoustics 🌑️Thermodynamics πŸ”ŒElectricity 🧲Magnetism ∞ Modern physics

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Welcome to the Masterclass Course of Physics! In this course, we will be exploring the fundamental principles of physics that govern the way the world around us works. Whether you are a high school student or teacher, or simply someone with a curious mind, this course is designed to provide a fun and engaging introduction to the fascinating world of physics. So let’s get started!

Physics is the study of matter, energy, and the interactions between them. It is the foundation of all scientific disciplines and has played a crucial role in the development of modern technology. From the smallest subatomic particles to the largest structures in the universe, physics helps us understand the world around us and make predictions about how it will behave.

πŸ”¬πŸŽ¨ STEAM EducationπŸ’‘Ideas, πŸ₯Ό Activities, πŸ₯½ Interactive Simulations & LABs, and resources for πŸŽ“Educators

Our lesson plans feature a variety of πŸ’‘ ideas and πŸ₯Ό activities for learners to explore and learn, interactive πŸ₯½ simulations/virtual labs that allow for hands-on, visual learning, projects, and case studies that will allow learners to apply the concepts and skills learned in a practical setting to help learners understand and retain information. They can also be used as a supplement to traditional classroom instruction, allowing learners to delve deeper into concepts at their own pace.

The πŸ”¬πŸŽ¨ STEAM activities are designed to help learners develop creative and artistic skills, as well as 🧐Critical Thinking, ❓ Problem-Solving, 🀝 Collaboration & Teamwork, πŸ“’ Communication skills, and using 🧰 Tools. For example, learners might be asked to create drawings, paintings, or sculptures inspired by the objects and events they learn about in the lesson, write stories/posts about their experiences, and create music or other creative content inspired by the themes of the course. They’ll encourage learners to think about the connections between different subjects and how they can be used to solve real-world problems and create new innovations.

For educators, we offer πŸŽ“ resources including lesson plans and extra materials to help integrate the course content into the classrooms and maximize their educational value. The goal is to provide interactive and engaging content that assists students in learning and comprehending important STEM concepts, as well as valuable resources for educators.

Physics Course outline

In this course, we will cover a wide range of topics, including classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, thermodynamics, and modern physics. We will explore the principles and theories that have shaped our understanding of the universe and see how these ideas have been tested and refined over time.

  • 🍎 Introduction to physics:Β  we will introduce the basic principles and concepts of physics, including the study of matter and energy, the nature of the universe, and the fundamental laws that govern the behavior of matter and energy. We will also discuss the scientific method and how it is used to test and refine our understanding of the world.
  • βš™οΈ Classical mechanics: we will explore the principles of classical mechanics, which deals with the motion of objects and the forces that act on them. We will study topics such as Newton’s laws of motion, energy, momentum, and gravitation.
  • πŸ’¦ Fluid mechanics behavior liquids and gases: the principles of Fluid mechanics, the study of the behavior of fluids (liquids and gases) when they are in motion or at rest.
  • πŸ”Š Acoustics the study of sound:Β Acoustics is the study of sound, including its production, transmission, and perception. Sound is a mechanical wave that travels through a medium, such as air, water, or solid materials, and is characterized by its frequency, wavelength, and amplitude.
  • 🌑️ Thermodynamics: we will study the principles of thermodynamics, which deals with the relationship between heat, work, and energy. We will explore topics such as the laws of thermodynamics, heat engines, and the behavior of gases.
  • πŸ”Œ Electricity and 🧲 Magnetism:Β  we will study the principles of electricity and magnetism, including the behavior of charged particles and the interaction of electric and magnetic fields. We will also explore the applications of these principles in devices such as motors and generators.
  • πŸ”­ Optical physics: the behavior of light as it travels through different materials, the properties of lenses and other optical devices, and the interactions between light and matter at the atomic and molecular level
  • ∞ Modern physics:Β  we will explore the principles of modern physics, which deals with the fundamental nature of matter and energy. We will study topics such as relativity, quantum mechanics, and particle physics.

Throughout the course, we will use a variety of methods to learn about physics, including lectures, discussions, πŸ₯Ό experiments, and πŸ’‘ problem-solving exercises. We will also explore the historical and cultural context in which these ideas have developed, and we will see how physics has impacted our understanding of the world and our technology.

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🍎 Introduction to Physics

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πŸŸ’πŸ‘‰ SKS Online Course guide, tips, and emojis meaning list

Start from here, with our online course guide, tips, and emojis meaning list

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πŸ†•πŸŽ“πŸ”¬πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬πŸ”‘πŸš¨πŸŽ§πŸ₯½πŸ—½πŸ’‘ The Scientific Method and STEM Education – Galileo – Example of activity Elephant Toothpaste

The scientific method is a systematic approach to research that is used to investigate phenomena, acquire new knowledge, or correct and integrate previous knowledge. It is a way of thinking about and studying the natural world that is based on empirical evidence and logical reasoning. It is an iterative process that allows scientists to build upon the knowledge of previous generations and continually improve our understanding of the natural world. 

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πŸŸ’πŸŽ“πŸ‘©β€πŸ”¬πŸ‘·β€β™‚οΈπŸ”¬πŸ§΅πŸ€–βš‘πŸ’»πŸ“πŸŽ²πŸ‘½πŸ”¨πŸ€―πŸ₯½πŸŽ§ Digital Repository, Innovative Learning Environments, AR/VR and Metaverse, 3D Printing, Coding, AI, Robotics and using Games for STEM Education

In the modern educational landscape, it is increasingly important to incorporate innovative technologies and digital resources into the learning process. These resources can provide a range of benefits, including enhanced engagement and motivation, as well as increased access to a variety of learning materials. One key tool that can support the use of these resources is a digital repository, which is a centralized location where educational materials can be stored, organized, and accessed. In this lesson, we will explore how innovative technologies, such as 3D printing, robotics, and programming, can be used to enhance the learning experience and support student success. We will also discuss the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in education, and how it can be used to personalize learning and automate administrative tasks. Finally, we will look at the use of coding with Arduino kits and electronics in the classroom, and how it can provide students with valuable skills and knowledge in a variety of areas.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Applications of physics: the use of physics in technology and everyday life.

Physics has a wide range of applications in technology and everyday life and is essential for understanding how the world around us works.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘ The fundamental principles of matter and energy

The fundamental principles of matter and energy are the underlying concepts that govern the behavior of all physical phenomena in the universe. These principles are based on the laws of physics, which are the fundamental rules that govern the behavior of matter and energy in the world around us.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Energy Skate Park – Conservation of Energy Kinetic Energy Potential Energy Thermal Energy Friction

Energy Skate Park is a physics simulation that allows users to explore the concepts of kinetic and potential energy, as well as friction and conservation of energy. The simulation consists of a skate park with ramps, hills, and loops, and a skateboarder that can be moved around the park by the user.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘ The behavior of matter: states of matter, heat and temperature, and the gas laws

The behavior of matter is a complex and multifaceted concept that is essential to understanding the physical world around us. It encompasses the study of the states of matter, the properties of heat and temperature, and the laws that govern the behavior of gases and is central to our understanding of the fundamental principles of matter and energy.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘πŸŽ§πŸ’‘πŸ₯Ό The form of energy, work, and the conservation of energy

Understanding the behavior of energy is important in many fields, including physics, engineering, and biology. It helps us understand how systems behave and how energy can be harnessed and used.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘ Definition of Weight and Mass

Weight and mass are two closely related but distinct physical quantities. Mass is a measure of the amount of matter in an object, while weight is a measure of the force exerted on an object due to gravity.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒŒπŸŽ§πŸ₯Ό Physics, the universe, the solar system, evolution of stars, and the concept of the Big Bang

The study of physics is essential for understanding the nature of the universe and for making advances in science and technology. It is a field that has made countless contributions to our understanding of the world and will continue to do so in the future. Studying matter, energy, and the fundamental forces that govern the behavior of the universe are essential to understand a wide range of phenomena, from the smallest subatomic particles to the largest structures in the cosmos.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘πŸ’‘πŸ₯Ό The most popular laws of physics: Newton’s laws of motion, gravity, and thermodynamics

The fundamental laws of physics are the basic principles that govern the behavior of the universe and everything within it. These laws help us understand how the world works and allow us to make predictions about how things will behave in the future.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘πŸ’‘πŸ₯Ό Wave properties and types, relationship between waves and particles

Waves are periodic disturbances that travel through space and matter, carrying energy and information. There are many different types of waves, including sound waves, light waves, and water waves.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŽ§πŸ”‘πŸ’‘ How Spectroscope and Spectrophotometer works

Spectroscopes and spectrophotometers are similar in that they are both used to analyze the light emitted or absorbed by an object. However, they differ in terms of the type of information they are used to measure and the applications for which they are used.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘πŸ’‘ Quantum mechanics: the wave-particle duality, the uncertainty principle, and the structure of atoms

Quantum mechanics is a branch of physics that deals with the behavior of matter and energy at the atomic and subatomic scales. It is based on the idea of wave-particle duality, which states that all matter exhibits both wave-like and particle-like properties.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘πŸ—½πŸ’‘ The General and Special theory of Relativity of Albert Einstein

The theory of relativity is a set of physical laws that describe the behavior of matter, energy, and space-time. It was developed by Albert Einstein in the early 20th century and has had a profound impact on our understanding of the universe. There are two main versions of the theory: the special theory of relativity and the general theory of relativity.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘ Modern physics: subatomic particles, 4 fundamental forces, Quantum mechanics and the Standard Model

Modern physics is the study of subatomic particles and the fundamental forces of nature. It is a broad field that encompasses many different theories and concepts, including quantum mechanics, the theory of relativity, and the Standard Model of particle physics.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: States of Matter – Atomic Bonding Interaction Potential Dipole

States of Matter is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the behavior of matter and how it changes between different states, such as solid, liquid, and gas. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of the behavior of matter.


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πŸ‘ΎπŸ’‘πŸ‘‰ Join our Open Discord Server to share your progress, engage with other and peer review your activities

Join us on our open server to share your progress and ask questions, engage and have fun with others and receive feedback. On the server, there are specific channels for each topic, where you can share your content and read what other members and course authors have posted. This is a great way to connect with others with the same passions and learn from each other's experiences and insights.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”‘πŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Understanding the Energy Units

Understanding energy units is essential for analyzing and understanding energy consumption, generation, and efficiency. Whether you are an engineer, a scientist, or simply someone interested in reducing your energy consumption, understanding energy units will allow you to make informed decisions and help you to minimize energy waste.

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β“πŸŽ Quiz Introduction to physics
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Welcome to the Introduction to Physics quiz! In this quiz, you will be tested on your knowledge of fundamental concepts in physics such as energy, mass, and forces. You will need to achieve a score of at least 70% in order to pass this quiz.

βš™οΈ Classical mechanics Physics

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πŸŸ’πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸ”‘ Introduction to classical mechanics

Classical mechanics is a branch of physics that deals with the motion of objects and the forces that act on them. In this lesson, we will explore the fundamental concepts and principles of classical mechanics, and learn how they are used to understand and predict the motion of objects in the physical world.

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πŸ†•πŸ”²πŸŽ§πŸŽ¨πŸŽβš™οΈπŸ₯ΌπŸ’‘ Exploring Simple Machines with Roblox: A Hands-On Approach to STEM Learning

Simple machines are devices that use a single force to do work. There are six types of simple machines: lever, pulley, inclined plane, wedge, screw, and wheel and axle. These simple machines can be used individually or in combination to create more complex machines.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Balancing Act – Proportional Reasoning Torque Lever Arm Rotational Equilibrium

Balancing Act is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of balance and how it is affected by various factors, such as the weight and position of objects. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of balance.


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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ”‘ Mechanical advantage

Mechanical advantage is an important concept in engineering and physics, as it allows us to understand how simple machines can be used to amplify forces and make work easier. It is also useful for calculating the forces involved in different systems and for designing machines and structures that are capable of handling large loads.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Isaac Newton and his laws

Isaac Newton's laws of motion are a set of three fundamental principles that describe the relationship between a body and the forces acting upon it. These laws help us understand and predict the motion of objects and are an essential part of classical mechanics.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§ Motion in a Straight Line

The concepts of displacement, acceleration, time, velocity, and acceleration are important tools for understanding and analyzing the motion of objects. By using these concepts, you can gain a deeper understanding of the physics behind everyday events and make more informed decisions about your own actions.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§ Mathematics, Calculus and Derivatives in Physics

Calculus is a branch of mathematics that deals with the study of rates of change and the behavior of functions. It is often referred to as the "language of physics" because it is a vital tool for understanding the physical world and making predictions about how it will behave.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Using integrals to calculate distance

In this lesson, we will be discussing how integrals can be used to calculate distance when we have certain pieces of information.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Vectors and scalars in 2D motion

Vectors and scalars are two important concepts that can be used to understand and describe motion in two dimensions. Vectors are quantities that have both magnitude and direction, while scalars are quantities that have only magnitude. By using these concepts, we can more easily understand and predict the motion of objects in two dimensions.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Projectile Motion – Kinematics Air Resistance Parabolic Curve Vectors Drag Force

Projectile Motion is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the behavior of projectiles and how they are affected by various factors such as gravity and air resistance. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of projectile motion.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Friction and motion of objects

Friction is the force that opposes the relative motion of two surfaces that are in contact with each other. It is the force that acts to resist the motion of an object when it is sliding, rolling, or moving across a surface. The force of friction decreases as the speed of the object increases, which is why it is easier to keep an object moving once it is in motion.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Uniform circular motion, centripetal force, and centrifugal force

Uniform circular motion is the motion of an object moving in a circle at a constant speed. An object in uniform circular motion is constantly changing direction, but its speed is constant. This type of motion is caused by a force acting on the object, called the centripetal force, which is directed toward the center of the circle.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Newtonian gravity and the theory of gravitation

Newtonian gravity is a theory of gravitation that was developed by Sir Isaac Newton in the 17th century. It explains the force of gravity as a force that attracts two objects with mass toward each other. The strength of this force is determined by the mass of the objects and the distance between them.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŒŒπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Gravity and Orbits – Gravitational Force Circular Motion Astronomy

Gravity and Orbits is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of gravity and how it affects the motion of objects, such as planets and satellites. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of the behavior of objects under the influence of gravity.

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πŸŒŒπŸŽπŸ›ΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Gravity a fundamental force of nature

Gravity or gravitation is a natural phenomenon by which all things with mass or energy (including planets, stars, galaxies, and even light) are brought toward (or gravitate toward) one another

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Gravity Force – Inverse Square Law Force Pairs Newton’s Third Law

Gravity Force Lab: Basics is a physics simulation that allows users to explore the concept of gravity and the forces that it exerts on objects. The simulation consists of a system of planets and moons, as well as a variety of objects that can be added to the system, such as satellites and asteroids.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Work, Energy, and Power

Work, energy, and power are important concepts in physics that describe the relationship between the forces acting on an object and the motion of the object. Understanding these concepts can help us better understand the world around us and how things work. In this lesson, we will explore the definitions and relationships between work, energy, and power in more detail.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Elastic and inelastic collisions and momentum

Collisions are common occurrences in the world around us and play a significant role in many aspects of physics. A collision is defined as the action of two or more objects coming together with some force, resulting in a change in their motion.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Collisions – Conservation of Energy Conservation of Momentum Elasticity

The "Collision Lab" simulation allows users to explore the concept of collisions and how they are affected by various factors, such as mass and velocity. A collision is an interaction between two or more objects in which they exert forces on each other. The result of a collision can be described by the momentum and kinetic energy of the objects before and after the collision.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ The concept of motion and how things move

One of the fundamental principles of physics is the concept of motion. The motion refers to the change in position of an object over time. An object is said to be in motion if it changes its position relative to a reference point. For example, if you are driving your car down the highway, your car is in motion relative to the trees and buildings on the side of the road, but it is not in motion relative to the ground beneath it.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸ’‘πŸ”‘ Linear velocity and Angular velocity

Linear velocity and angular velocity are important concepts in physics because they allow us to understand and predict the motion of objects. They are related to the concepts of linear momentum (the momentum of an object moving in a straight line) and angular momentum (the momentum of an object rotating about an axis).

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘πŸ₯Ό Simple harmonic motion and oscillations

Simple harmonic motion (SHM) is a type of periodic motion in which an object oscillates back and forth about a fixed point or equilibrium position. It is characterized by a sinusoidal or periodic variation of an object's position, velocity, or acceleration over time.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Pendulum – Periodic Motion Simple Harmonic Motion Conservation of Energy Period

Pendulum Lab is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the behavior of pendulums and how they are affected by various factors. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of pendulum behavior.


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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Rotational motion of an object around a fixed axis

Rotational motion is the motion of an object around a fixed axis. An object in rotational motion has angular velocity, which is a measure of the speed of the object's rotation and is typically measured in radians per second (rad/s). The angular velocity of an object is related to its linear velocity, which is the speed at which an object is moving in a straight line.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ”‘πŸ’‘ Torque, moment of inertia,and angular acceleration

Torque is a measure of the rotational force exerted on an object. It is calculated by multiplying the force applied to an object by the distance from the point of application to the center of rotation.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘πŸ₯Ό Statics, the study of objects when they are not accelerating

Physics statics is the study of objects when they are not accelerating. It is concerned with understanding the forces acting on an object and how they balance out, resulting in the object being at rest or in a state of equilibrium.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ“πŸ”‘ Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics

Lagrangian and Hamiltonian mechanics are two formalisms that are used to describe the motion of a system of particles or a single particle in physics. They are based on the principles of conservation of energy and are used to analyze and solve problems in classical mechanics.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβš™οΈπŸŽ“πŸ”‘πŸ’‘ Non-inertial frames, fictitious forces and Coriolis force

In classical mechanics, a non-inertial frame is a frame of reference that is accelerating relative to an inertial frame. An inertial frame is a frame of reference in which an object is at rest or moving at a constant velocity, and it is characterized by the fact that the laws of physics take on their simplest form in this frame.

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β“βš™οΈ Quiz Physics Classical mechanics
10 questions

πŸ’¦ Fluid Mechanics behavior liquids and gases Physics

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πŸŸ’πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸ’‘ Introduction of Fluid mechanics

Fluid mechanics is the study of the behavior of fluids (liquids and gases) when they are in motion or at rest. It is a branch of classical physics that deals with the properties and behavior of fluids under various conditions. Fluids are substances that can flow, and they are all around us, including water, air, and even blood.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸŽ§πŸ”‘πŸ’‘ Fluid statics the study of fluids at rest, hydrostatic and Archimedes’ principle of buoyancy

Fluid statics is the study of fluids at rest, and it is a branch of fluid mechanics that deals with the behavior of fluids when they are not in motion. In fluid statics, we are interested in understanding the forces acting on a fluid and the way they affect the fluid's behavior.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Under Pressure – Pressure and Fluids Density

Under Pressure is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of pressure and how it is affected by various factors, such as the amount of force applied and the area over which the force is applied. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of pressure.


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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Density – Mass, Volume, and Archimedes’ Principle

The Density simulation allows users to explore the concept of density and how it is related to mass and volume. Density is a measure of how much matter is packed into a given space. It is calculated by dividing the mass of an object by its volume. Materials with a high density are more compact, while materials with a low density are less compact.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸŽ§πŸ”‘πŸ’‘ Fluid dynamics behavior in motion, flow patterns and viscous forces

Fluid dynamics is the study of how fluids, such as water, gas, and other liquids, behave when they are in motion. Fluids can be described as substances that flow and are capable of taking the shape of their container.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸ”‘ Fluid Kinematics, flow rate, velocity, and acceleration.

In this lesson on Fluid kinematics, we will see the concepts of flow rate, velocity, and acceleration.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Gases Intro – Ideal Gas Law Pressure Volume Temperature

Gases: Introduction is a physics simulation that allows users to explore the properties of gases and the laws that govern their behavior. The simulation consists of a container with a movable piston and a variety of gases that can be added to the container.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Viscosity and Rheology

Viscosity is the measure of a fluid's resistance to flow. It is a property that is important to consider in many fields, including engineering, mechanics, and physics. Rheology is the study of the deformation and flow of materials, including fluids.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸ’‘ Fluid Flow in Pipes and Channels, and the Bernoulli equation

Fluid flow in pipes and channels refers to the movement of a fluid, such as water or air, through a pipe or channel. There are various factors that can influence the flow of a fluid in a pipe or channel, including the shape and size of the pipe or channel, the properties of the fluid, and the pressure and velocity of the fluid.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸŽ§ Laminar and Turbulent Flow

Laminar flow and turbulent flow are two types of flow that can occur when a fluid moves through a pipe or channel. Laminar flow is a type of flow in which the fluid moves in a smooth, orderly pattern, while turbulent flow is characterized by eddies and swirls.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Fluid Flow in Open Systems, Reynolds number and boundary layer

Fluid flow in open systems refers to the movement of fluids in situations where the fluid is not contained within a closed pipe or channel. Open systems can be found in many different applications, such as in rivers, lakes, oceans, and the atmosphere.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Gas Properties – Ideal Gas Law Kinetic Molecular Theory Diffusion PV Work Maxwell-Boltzmann Distribution

Gas Properties is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the properties of gases and how they behave under different conditions. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of gas properties.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦ Fluid Flow in Biological Systems

Fluid flow plays a critical role in many biological systems, including the circulatory system, the respiratory system, and the digestive system. The studies of fluid flow in biological systems are important for understanding how various organs and systems function, and for developing treatments for disorders related to abnormal fluid flow.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦ Applications of Fluid Mechanics

Fluid mechanics is the study of the behavior of fluids (liquids and gases) under the influence of forces and is an important branch of physics. It has a wide range of applications in many different fields

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸ”‘πŸ’»πŸ’‘ CFD Computational Fluid Dynamics and OpenFOAM simulator

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is a branch of fluid mechanics that uses numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems involving fluid flow. CFD allows engineers and scientists to study and predict the behavior of fluids, such as gases and liquids, in a wide range of applications, including aerospace, automotive, chemical processing, environmental engineering, and biomedical engineering.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Aerodynamic Drag Force

In fluid dynamics, drag (sometimes called air resistance, a type of friction, or fluid resistance, another type of friction or fluid friction) is a force acting opposite to the relative motion of any object moving with respect to a surrounding fluid. 

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ’¦πŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Aerodynamic Lift and the ground effect

Aerodynamic lift is the force that acts on an object when it moves through a fluid, such as air. This force can lift the object off the ground, as is the case with an airplane, or it can push the object down, as is the case with a car or a train.

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β“πŸ’¦ Quiz Fluid mechanics behavior liquids and gases
18 questions

In this quiz, you will be tested on your knowledge of the behavior of liquids and gases, including concepts such as density, viscosity, and buoyancy. You will be asked questions about the properties of fluids and how they behave under different conditions. Get ready to dive into the fascinating world of fluid mechanics! You will need to achieve a score of at least 70% in order to pass this quiz. Good luck!

πŸ”Š Acoustics the study of sound Physics

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πŸŸ’πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Š πŸ’‘ Introduction to Acoustics the study of sound

Acoustics is the study of sound, including its production, transmission, and perception. Sound is a mechanical wave that travels through a medium, such as air, water, or solid materials, and is characterized by its frequency, wavelength, and amplitude.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Š πŸŽ§πŸ’‘Traveling Waves, medium, shapes, transverse waves and longitudinal

A traveling wave is a type of wave that moves through a medium, such as a rope or a fluid, without the medium itself moving. Traveling waves can have different shapes, such as sinusoidal, rectangular, or triangular, and can be described by various mathematical equations.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Š πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Fourier Series – Sound Harmonics Conjugate Variables Wave Packets Uncertainty Principle

The "Fourier: Making Waves" simulation allows users to explore the concept of waves and how they can be represented mathematically. A wave is a disturbance that travels through space and time, and it can be described by its wavelength, frequency, and amplitude. The wavelength is the distance between two consecutive peaks or troughs of a wave, while the frequency is the number of cycles of a wave that pass a fixed point in a given period of time. The amplitude is the maximum height or depth of a wave.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Š Frequency, wavelength, and pitch

Frequency, wavelength, and pitch are all related concepts in the study of sound and acoustics.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Š πŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Sound Wave, Hertz and the Doppler effect

Sound is a mechanical wave that travels through a medium, such as air, water, or solid materials, and is characterized by its frequency, wavelength, and amplitude. Sound is produced when a source of vibration, such as a speaker, a musical instrument, or human vocal cords, moves back and forth. This movement creates a series of compressions and rarefactions in the medium through which the sound travels. These compressions and rarefactions form the sound wave.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŠπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Wave – Frequency Amplitude Speed Wavelength Water Sound Light

Waves: Introduction is a physics simulation that allows users to explore the concepts of waves and wave properties. The simulation consists of a variety of wave sources, such as speakers, slinkies, and string, as well as a variety of materials that can be used to observe the waves, such as water and sand.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Š 🎧 The Physics of the Music art

Music is a form of art that involves the organized combination of sounds, melodies, and rhythms to create an aesthetic experience. Music can be performed using a wide variety of instruments, voices, and electronic media, and it has the ability to evoke emotions, convey meaning, and communicate ideas. The physics of music involves the study of the properties of sound and how they are used to create musical compositions. Sound is a mechanical wave that travels through a medium, such as air, water, or solid materials, and is characterized by its frequency, wavelength, and amplitude.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Š πŸ’‘ The Acoustics of Music: Harmonics and Overtones

In music, harmonics and overtones refer to the higher-frequency components of a sound wave that are present in addition to the fundamental frequency, which is the lowest frequency of a sound. Understanding harmonics and overtones are important for understanding how different musical instruments produce their characteristic sounds, as well as for understanding the acoustics of different performance spaces.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Š πŸ’‘ Musical Instruments: the Physics of Tone and Timbre

The acoustics of musical instruments involves the study of how musical instruments produce and amplify sound, and how they are able to create a wide range of tones and timbres. A musical instrument is a device that is designed to produce sound through the vibration of its components, and it can be played using a variety of techniques and techniques.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Š πŸ’‘ Medical Ultrasound: How High-Frequency Sound Waves are Used for Diagnosis and Treatment

Medical ultrasound is a non-invasive diagnostic tool that uses high-frequency sound waves to produce images of the inside of the body. Ultrasound waves have a frequency of more than 20,000 Hz, which is higher than the range of human hearing. When these sound waves are directed into the body, they are absorbed or reflected by different tissues and organs. The reflections are then detected by a device called a transducer and used to create an image of the inside of the body.

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β“πŸ”Š Quiz Acoustics the study of sound Physics
15 questions

Here is a quiz to test your knowledge of Acoustics, the study of sound and its properties, including how it travels through different materials and the ways in which it can be produced, measured, and controlled. It is a branch of physics that deals with the scientific principles behind the behavior of sound waves and the ways in which they interact with their environment. You will need to achieve a score of at least 70% in order to pass this quiz. Good luck!

🌑️ Thermodynamics Physics

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πŸŸ’πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈ Thermodynamics

Thermodynamics is a branch of physics that studies the relationships between heat, work, and energy. It is a fundamental science that has wide-ranging applications in many fields, including engineering, chemistry, biology, and environmental science.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸ—½πŸŽ§ William Thomson Lord Kelvin and his contribution to the fields of classical mechanics and thermodynamics

Lord Kelvin (William Thomson) was a renowned 19th-century physicist and mathematician who made significant contributions to the fields of classical mechanics and thermodynamics. He was born in Belfast, Ireland in 1824, and later studied at the University of Cambridge in England.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics – Temperature by Lord Kelvin

The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics is a fundamental law in physics that establishes the concept of temperature. It states that if two systems are each in thermal equilibrium with a third system, then they are also in thermal equilibrium with each other. In other words, if two systems are each in thermal equilibrium with a third system, then the temperature of each system is the same as the temperature of the third system. This is the basis for the concept of temperature and the use of thermometers to measure it.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Temperature and the concept of entropy

Temperature is a measure of the average kinetic energy of the particles in a substance. As the temperature of a substance increases, the particles move faster, and as the temperature decreases, the particles move slower.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈ The First Law of Thermodynamics – Energy conservation

The First Law of Thermodynamics, also known as the law of energy conservation, is a fundamental law in physics that states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, only converted from one form to another. This law is based on the principle of the conservation of energy, which states that the total amount of energy in a closed system remains constant over time.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ The Second Law of Thermodynamics – Entropy and Chaos

The Second Law of Thermodynamics is a fundamental law in physics that states that the total entropy of a closed system always increases over time. Entropy is a measure of the disorder or randomness of a system, and the Second Law states that the total entropy of a closed system cannot decrease.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ The Third Law of Thermodynamics, absolute zero and dry ice

The Third Law of Thermodynamics is a fundamental law in physics that states that it is impossible to reach a temperature of absolute zero, where all matter would be in its lowest possible energy state. Absolute zero is the theoretical temperature at which all matter would have zero kinetic energy and is the starting point for the Kelvin scale of temperature.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸ—½πŸŽ§ How Energy works: Feynman’s Building Blocks of Thermodynamics

Feynman's Building Blocks of Thermodynamics is a concept developed by physicist Richard Feynman to help students understand the fundamental principles of thermodynamics. According to Feynman, there are four building blocks that are essential for understanding thermodynamics: heat, work, temperature, and entropy.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸ›ΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Kinetic Theory, Phase Changes, Melting, Boiling, Condensation, and how NASA map planet without ocean

The kinetic theory of matter is a model that explains the behavior of particles in a substance based on the idea that they are in constant motion. According to the kinetic theory, the behavior of a substance is determined by the average kinetic energy of its particles.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ The Physics of Heat

Heat can be transferred from one object to another through conduction, convection, or radiation, depending on the nature of the objects and the environment in which they are located. Understanding the physics of heat is important in a wide range of applications, including cooking, heating, and cooling systems, and the design of thermal insulation materials.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŒŒ πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Greenhouse Effect – Greenhouse Gases Heat Thermodynamics Climate

The Greenhouse Effect is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of the greenhouse effect and how it affects the temperature of the Earth. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of the greenhouse effect.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Thermodynamics and why perpetual motion machines are impossible

Thermodynamics is the study of the relationships between heat, work, and energy. One of the fundamental principles of thermodynamics is the first law of thermodynamics, also known as the law of energy conservation. This law states that energy cannot be created or destroyed, only converted from one form to another.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŽ§ How To Debunk Perpetual Motion Machines and questions about Thermodynamics

Let's explain why perpetual motion machines are impossible. Perpetual motion machines are hypothetical devices that are able to operate indefinitely without any external input of energy and on YouTube, there are many videos that promise the impossible.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Engines

An engine is a device that converts energy into work or motion. Engines can be classified based on the type of energy they use, such as gasoline, diesel, or electricity. They can also be classified based on the type of work they produce, such as mechanical, electrical, or thermal.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Heat exchanges: radiators and heat pumps

Heat exchangers are devices that are used to transfer heat from one fluid (liquid or gas) to another. They are used in a wide range of applications, including heating and cooling systems, power plants, and chemical processing plants.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Energy Forms and Changes – Conservation of Energy Energy Systems Energy Transfer Energy Conversion Heat Conduction

Energy Forms and Changes is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the various forms of energy and how they can be transformed from one form to another. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of energy and its transformation.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸŒ‘οΈ Thermochemistry heat energy involved in chemical reactions
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β“πŸŒ‘οΈ Quiz Thermodynamics Physics
10 questions

Thermodynamics is the branch of physics that deals with the study of heat and its relationship to energy and work. It is concerned with the exchange of heat between systems and the conversion of heat into other forms of energy. Thermodynamics is an important field of physics that has many practical applications, including the design of engines and power plants. You will need to achieve a score of at least 70% in order to pass this quiz. Good luck!

πŸ”Œ Electricity and 🧲Magnetism Physics

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πŸ†•πŸ”‹πŸ”ŒπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Renewable energy: solar, wind, hydroelectric, biomass and geothermal

Welcome to this lesson on Renewable Energy! In this lesson, we will explore the different forms of renewable energy and how they are used to generate electricity. You will learn about solar thermal energy, solar photovoltaic energy, wind energy, hydroelectric energy, biomass energy, geothermal energy, and tidal power. Each form of renewable energy has its own unique advantages and disadvantages, and we will discuss these in detail. You will also have the opportunity to participate in various hands-on activities, including building a simple solar panel and experimenting with different materials and energy conversion devices. This lesson will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of renewable energy and the role it plays in reducing our dependence on non-renewable energy sources and mitigating the impacts of climate change. 

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Electric Charge, static electricity and the Coulomb’s Law

In this lesson, we will be learning about the concept of electric charge, how it is measured, and how it is affected by various forces. We will also be exploring the concept of static electricity and how it is generated.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸ”‘πŸ’‘πŸ₯Ό Electromagnetism: electric charges, electric fields, and magnetic fields

Electromagnetism is the study of the interactions between electric charges and magnetic fields. It is one of the fundamental forces of nature, along with gravity and the strong and weak nuclear forces.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Coulomb’s Law – Electrostatics Electric Force Force Pairs

Coulomb's Law is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of Coulomb's law and how it affects the behavior of charged particles. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of Coulomb's law.


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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸŽ§πŸ—½πŸ’‘πŸ”‘ 4 Properties of the Electric Fields and Michael Faraday

Electric fields are an important concept in physics that are used to describe the forces exerted by charged particles on other charged particles. An electric field is a region of space around a charged object where other charged objects will experience a force.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸŽ§πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Charges and Fields – Electric Field Electrostatics Equipotential Electrostatic Potential Electric Charges Voltage

In this simulation, users can manipulate the number, type (positive or negative), and position of charges, as well as measure the strength and direction of the electric field at various points. The simulation also includes tools such as a field meter and a particle launcher, which allow users to further investigate the properties of electric fields.


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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Œβš‘ Electric Current, Alessandro volta voltaic cells, resistance, ohms law, equation for voltage, ampere and James watt power

In this lesson, we will explore the concept of electric current and how it works. We will also learn about some of the key figures and ideas in the field of electricity, including Alessandro Volta, James Watt, and Ohm's law. We will also discuss the properties of materials and how they relate to their ability to conduct electricity. By the end of this lesson, you should have a good understanding of electric current and be able to apply this knowledge to a range of practical situations. 

 

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Œβš‘πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Ohm’s Law – Circuits Current Resistance Voltage

Ohm's Law is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of electric potential and electric current, and how they are related through Ohm's law. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of electricity.


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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Œβš‘πŸŽ§πŸ”‘πŸ’‘ Voltage, Electric Energy, and Capacitors

In this lesson, you will learn the basics of voltage, electric energy, capacitors, electric potential, and electric dipoles, and how they relate to each other.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Œβš‘πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Static Electricity

Static Electricity LAB is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of electric potential and electric current, and how they are affected by various factors, such as the resistance of a conductor and the voltage applied to it. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of electricity.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Œβš‘πŸŽ§πŸ”‘πŸ’‘ Direct Current Resistors, Batteries, Serial and Parallel Circuits

DC Direct Current resistors and batteries are important components in the field of electricity and are used in a variety of practical applications. In this lesson, we will explore the basic principles of DC resistors and batteries and how they work.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Œβš‘πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: DC Direct Current Circuit Construction Kit Virtual

Circuit Construction Kit: DC Virtual Lab is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the behavior of electric circuits and how they function. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of electric circuits.

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πŸ†•πŸ”Œβš‘πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Resistance in a Electric-Wire Resistivity Resistance Circuits

Resistance in a Wire is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of electrical resistance and how it is affected by various factors, such as the material of a conductor and the cross-sectional area of the conductor. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of electricity.


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πŸ†•βš‘πŸ§°πŸŽ²πŸ₯ΌπŸŽ§ Understanding Circuit Analysis and Ammeter and TinkerCAD Circuits activity

Circuit analysis is the study of how electric current flows through an electrical circuit. It involves analyzing the circuit to determine the current, voltage, and resistance at various points in the circuit. Circuit analysis is a fundamental concept in electrical engineering and is used to design and troubleshoot electrical systems and devices.

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πŸ†•βš‘πŸ§°πŸŽ§ What is an digital Oscilloscope,and how to simulate one in TinkerCAD Circuits

An oscilloscope is a type of electronic instrument that is used to display and analyze electrical signals. It is commonly used to visualize, measure, and analyze the characteristics of electrical and electronic signals, such as voltage, current, and frequency.

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πŸ†•βš‘πŸ§°πŸŽ²πŸ₯Ό TinkerCAD Simulated Function Generator and the Oscilloscope instruments activity

A function generator is a type of electronic instrument that can be used to generate various types of electrical signals. It is a valuable tool for testing and debugging electronic circuits, as it allows you to simulate different input signals and observe the response of the circuit.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Œβš‘πŸŽ§ Capacitors explained, Kirchhoff, KCL and KVL

Capacitors and Kirchhoff's laws are important concepts in the field of electricity and are used to analyze and understand the behavior of circuits. In this lesson, we will explore the basic principles of capacitors and Kirchhoff's laws and how they are used to analyze DC circuits.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Œβš‘πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Basics Capacitor – Parallel Plate Capacitor Capacitance RC Circuit Circuits

Capacitor Lab: Basics is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of capacitors and how they function in electronic circuits. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of capacitors.


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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Magnetism, the right-hand rule, Earth’s magnetic field

Magnetism is a fundamental force of nature that is responsible for the behavior of magnets and the interaction between magnets and magnetic materials. In this lesson, we will explore the basic principles of magnetism and how it works.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸŽ§ Lorentz Force Law

The Lorentz Force Law is a fundamental law of electromagnetism that describes the force exerted on a charged particle when it is placed in an electric field and a magnetic field. It states that the force on a charged particle is equal to the product of the charge, the velocity of the particle, and the cross-product of the electric and magnetic fields.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸŽ§ AmpΓ¨re’s Law, Magnetic coil or solenoid

AmpΓ¨re's Law is a fundamental law of electromagnetism that describes the relationship between electric currents and magnetic fields. It states that the magnetic field created by a current-carrying wire is directly proportional to the magnitude of the current and the length of the wire, and is also inversely proportional to the distance from the wire. 

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸŽ§πŸ—½πŸ’‘Faraday’s Law of Electromagnetic Induction EMF

Faraday's Law is an important principle in the study of electricity and electromagnetism and is used in a variety of applications, including in the design of generators and transformers. It is just one of the fundamental laws of electromagnetism, along with Ampère's Law and the Lorentz Force Law. These laws form the foundation for our understanding of how electricity and magnetism work and how they interact with each other.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Faraday’s Law – Magnetic Field Magnets

Faraday's Law is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of electromagnetic induction and how it is described by Faraday's law. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of electromagnetic induction and Faraday's law.


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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸŽ§ Electric Generators, Transformer and the Power grid

Electricity is an essential part of modern life, and it is important to understand how it is generated and delivered to our homes. In this lesson, we will explore the process of how power gets to our homes, including the role of power generators, transformers, and the power grid.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”Œβš‘πŸŽ§ Alternating Currents AC Circuits, Impedance, frequency and Hertz

In an AC circuit, the flow of electric current periodically reverses direction. This is in contrast to a DC circuit, where the current flows in only one direction. AC circuits are used in a variety of applications, including in the distribution of electrical power and in electronic circuits.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: AC Alternating Currents Circuit Construction Kit

The Circuit Construction Kit AC Virtual Lab is a simulation tool that allows users to design and test their own electrical circuits. This simulation can be a useful resource for learning about electrical circuits and how they work. Here is a lesson on the Circuit Construction Kit AC Virtual Lab, along with some ideas for activities to do to learn more about electrical circuits.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”ŒπŸŽ§πŸ’‘πŸš¨ Maxwell’s Equations, Electromagnetic Spectrum

In this lesson, we will be exploring some of the fundamental principles of electromagnetism and how they relate to the behavior of electric and magnetic fields. We will start by discussing Maxwell's equations, a set of four equations that describe the behavior of electric and magnetic fields. Then, we will delve into the concept of electromagnetic waves and how they are related to the electromagnetic spectrum. Finally, we will explore the different types of electromagnetic waves that make up the electromagnetic spectrum and their various uses. By the end of this lesson, you should have a good understanding of these concepts and how they relate to each other.

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β“πŸ”ŒπŸ§² Quiz Electricity and Magnetism Physics
10 questions

Welcome to the Electricity and Magnetism Physics quiz! In this quiz, we will be covering the basics of electricity and magnetism, including concepts such as electric charge, electric fields, magnetic fields, and electromagnetic forces. To pass this quiz, you will need to score at least 70%.

πŸ”­ Optical Physics

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πŸŸ’πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”­ Introduction to Optical physics and the studies of light

Optical physics is the branch of physics that deals with the study of light and its interactions with matter. It encompasses a wide range of phenomena, including the behavior of light as it travels through different materials, the properties of lenses and other optical devices, and the interactions between light and matter at the atomic and molecular levels.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”­πŸŽ§πŸ₯ΌπŸ’‘ Geometric Optics: rays of light, reflection, refraction, mirrors and lens

Geometric optics is a branch of physics that deals with the behavior of light and how it interacts with matter and the instruments that are used to measure it. The study of geometric optics is important for understanding how we see the world around us and for the development of instruments such as telescopes, microscopes, and cameras.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”­πŸŽ§ Light Is Waves, Diffraction, Interference, The double slit experiment, Constructive interference

Light is a type of electromagnetic wave that is characterized by its frequency and wavelength. It is an important form of energy that is essential for life on Earth and has many practical applications in various fields, including telecommunications, medicine, and astronomy.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”­πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Wave Interference – Interference Double Slit Diffraction Waves

Wave Interference is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of wave interference and how it affects the behavior of waves. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of wave interference.


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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”­πŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Spectra Interference, Diffraction grating, Spectrometers, Thin-film interference, Polarization

The study of light and its properties is important for understanding many aspects of the world around us and for the development of many technologies. One way that we can learn from light is through the use of spectra, which are the patterns of light that are produced when light is dispersed according to its frequency or wavelength.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”­πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Bending Light – Snell’s Law Refraction Reflection Optics Prisms Lenses Light

Bending Light is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the behavior of light and how it is affected by various factors, such as refraction and total internal reflection. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of the behavior of light.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”­πŸŽ§πŸ—½πŸ’‘ How our eyes works, eyeglasses, Galileo and magnifying lens

In this lesson, we will explore the different parts of the eye and how they work together to allow us to see the world around us. We will also learn about the different types of vision problems that can occur and how eyeglasses are used to correct these problems. Finally, we will delve into the history of the magnifying lens and the role that Galileo played in its development, and the impact it has had on our understanding of the universe. By the end of this lesson, you will have a better understanding of how our eyes work and the role that eyeglasses and magnifying lenses have played in the study of light and the universe.

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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”­πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Color Vision – Photons Monochromatic Light White Light Rainbows

Color Vision is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the concept of color vision and how it is affected by various factors, such as the wavelength of light and the sensitivity of the human eye. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of color vision.


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πŸ†•πŸŽπŸ”­πŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Molecules and Light – Molecules Photons Absorption Light

Molecules and Light is an interactive simulation that allows users to explore the behavior of molecules and how they interact with light. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of the behavior of molecules and light.


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πŸŒŒπŸŽπŸ”­πŸŽ§πŸ’‘ Telescopes on Earth and Space Telescopes Hubble and James Webb Space Telescope (JWST)

A telescope is an optical instrument using lenses, curved mirrors, or a combination of both to observe distant objects, or various devices used to observe distant objects by their emission, absorption, or reflection of electromagnetic radiation. They are used for both terrestrial applications and astronomy. 

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β“πŸ”­ Optical Physics Quiz
8 questions

In this quiz, we will be covering the basics of light and its properties, including concepts such as electromagnetic waves, refraction, reflection, and the electromagnetic spectrum. To pass this quiz, you will need to score at least 70%.

∞ Modern Physics

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πŸŸ’πŸ†•πŸŽβˆž Introduction to Modern physics

Modern physics is the branch of physics that deals with the fundamental nature of matter and energy. It encompasses a wide range of topics and theories that are concerned with understanding the basic principles that govern the behavior of the universe.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβˆžπŸŽ§πŸ—½ Albert Einstein, the Special Relativity and the train example

Special relativity is a theory developed by Albert Einstein that describes the relationship between space, time, and energy. It is based on the idea that the laws of physics should be the same for all observers, regardless of their relative motion. This means that the way we perceive the world around us may be different depending on how fast we are moving.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβˆžπŸŽ§πŸ—½πŸ’‘ Quantum Mechanics, ultraviolet catastrophe, Planck’s law, Photon, e=mc^2, Superposition, SchrΓΆdinger’s equation

In this lesson, we will learn about the fundamental principles of quantum mechanics, including wave-particle duality, the photon, e=mc^2, quantum superposition, and SchrΓΆdinger's equation, and how they have shaped our understanding of the nature of the universe

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πŸ†•πŸŽβˆžπŸŽ§πŸ”‘ Nuclear Physics intro and main terms

Albert Einstein is best known for his theory of relativity and his famous equation E=mc^2, which describes the relationship between mass and energy. However, Einstein also made significant contributions to the field of nuclear physics, which is the study of the structure and behavior of the nucleus of an atom.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβˆžπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Build a Nucleus – Nuclear Physics, Nuclear Decay and Isotope

The "Build a Nucleus" simulation allows users to explore the structure of the nucleus and the roles of different types of particles within it. The nucleus is the central part of an atom, and it contains protons and neutrons. Protons have a positive charge, while neutrons have no charge. The number of protons in a nucleus determines the element that the atom is. For example, an atom with 6 protons is a carbon atom, while an atom with 92 protons is a uranium atom.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβˆžπŸŽ§πŸ”‘ Intro to Astrophysics and Cosmology,space the final frontier

Astrophysics is the study of the physical properties and behavior of objects in the universe, such as stars, galaxies, and black holes. Cosmology is the study of the origin, evolution, and future of the universe as a whole. Together, astrophysics and cosmology seek to better understand the structure and behavior of the universe and the fundamental laws that govern it.

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πŸŒŒπŸ—½ Big names in Astronomy and Cosmology

Astronomy and cosmology are fields of science that study the universe and its origins, composition, and evolution. Over the centuries, many scientists and philosophers have contributed to our understanding of the universe and the laws that govern it. In this lesson, we will discuss some of the big names in astronomy and cosmology who have made significant contributions to these fields.

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πŸ†•πŸŽβˆžπŸŒŒπŸ’‘πŸ₯½ LAB: Blackbody Spectrum – Planck’s Law Wien’s Law Electromagnetic Radiation Quantum Mechanics Astronomy

The Blackbody Spectrum simulation is an interactive tool that allows users to explore the concept of blackbody radiation and the emission of electromagnetic radiation by hot objects. The simulation includes several different modules, each of which focuses on a specific aspect of blackbody radiation.

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πŸŒŒπŸ›ΈπŸŽ§πŸ’‘πŸ₯Ό Astronomical Distances

The universe is an incredibly vast and expansive place, with distances between objects that are difficult for most people to comprehend. In this lesson, we will discuss some of the ways that astronomers measure and express these vast distances, and how they are used to understand the universe and its structures.

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πŸŸ’πŸŒŒπŸ›ΈπŸŽ§The Scale of the Universe

The Scale of the Universe web App, takes you on a ride down to the smallest thing theorized by scientists and then out to the vastness of the universe. 

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πŸŒŒπŸ›ΈπŸ’‘ The real scale of the Solar System

The vastness of space is almost too mind-boggling for the human brain to comprehend. In order to accurately illustrate our place in the universe, one group of friends decided to build the first scale model of the solar system in seven miles of empty desert

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β“βˆž Modern Physics Quiz
11 questions

In this quiz, we will cover some basic concepts of modern physics, including relativity, quantum mechanics, and their applications in the real world.

To pass this quiz, you will need to score at least 70%.

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