Scienceshow/Physics

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Physics demonstration experiments and hands-on activities

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Contents

Mechanics[edit]

Measurement (1A)[edit]

Motion in One Dimension (1C)[edit]

Motion in Two Dimensions (1D)[edit]

Relative Motion (1E)[edit]

Newton's First Law (1F)[edit]

Newton's Second Law (1G)[edit]

Newton's Third Law (1H)[edit]

Statics of Rigid Bodies (1J)[edit]

Applications of Newton's Laws (1K)[edit]

Gravity (1L)[edit]

Work & Energy (1M)[edit]

Linear Momentum & Collisions (1N)[edit]

Rotational Dynamics (1Q)[edit]

Properties of Matter (1R)[edit]

Fluid Mechanics[edit]

Surface Tension 2A[edit]

the ratio of total force acting on the surface of water to the area.

Statics of Fluids 2B[edit]

Dynamics of Fluids 2C[edit]

Oscillations & Waves[edit]

Oscillations 3A[edit]

Standing waves[edit]

Wave Motion 3B[edit]

Acoustics 3C[edit]

Instruments 3D[edit]

Sound Reproduction 3E[edit]

Thermodynamics[edit]

Thermal Properties of Matter 4A[edit]

Heat and the First Law 4B[edit]

Change of State 4C[edit]

Kinetic Theory 4D[edit]

Pressure[edit]

Gas Law 4E[edit]

Entropy and the Second Law 4F[edit]

Electricity & Magnetism[edit]

Electrostatics 5A[edit]

Electric Fields and Potential 5B[edit]

High Voltage[edit]

High Voltage generators[edit]

Capacitance 5C[edit]

Resistance 5D[edit]

Electromotive Force & Current 5E[edit]

DC Circuits (5F)[edit]

Magnetic Material 5G[edit]

Ferrofluids[edit]

Magnetic Fields and Forces 5H[edit]

Inductance (5J)[edit]

Eddy currents[edit]

Electromagnetic Induction (5K)[edit]

AC Circuits (5L)[edit]

Semiconductors and Tubes (5M)[edit]

Electromagnetic Radiation (5N)[edit]

Optics[edit]

Geometrical Optics (6A)[edit]

Photometry (6B)[edit]

Diffraction (6C)[edit]

Interference (6D)[edit]

Color (6F)[edit]

Polarization (6H)[edit]

The Eye (6J)[edit]

Eyes make us capable of glancing this beautiful world.

Modern Optics (6Q)[edit]

Modern Physics[edit]

Quantum Effects (7A)[edit]

Atomic Physics (7B)[edit]

Nuclear Physics (7B)[edit]

Elementary Particles (7E)[edit]

Relativity (7F)[edit]

Astronomy[edit]

Planetary Astronomy (8A)[edit]

Stellar Astronomy (8B)[edit]

Cosmology (8C)[edit]

Equipment[edit]

Support Systems (9A)[edit]

Electronic (9B)[edit]

Mechanical (9C)[edit]

Resources on the net[edit]