Physics Library

Physics Library

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one dimensional motion

Introduction to Physics 4

Displacement ,Velocity and time

Accleration

Kinenatic formula and Projectile motion

Old video on Project motion

Two dimensional motion

Two dimensional motion

Two dimensional project motion

Optimal angle of Projectile

Forces and Newton’s law of motion

Newton Law of motion

Normal forces and contact forces

Balanced and Unbalanced forces

Slow Sock on Labricon VI

Inclined plane and fricition

Tension

Treating System

Centripetal Forces and gravitation

Circular Motion and Centripetal accleration

Centripetal forces

Netwon’s law of gravitation

work and Energy

work and energy

Spring and energy

Mechnical Adbantages

Impact and linear momentum

Momentum and Inpluse

Elastic and  Inelastic Collissions

Center of mass

Torque and Angular Moment

Rotational Kinematics

Torque, moment and angular momentum

Oscillations and mechanical waves

Simple harmonic motion: Oscillations and mechanical waves
Simple harmonic motion (with calculus): Oscillations and mechanical waves
Introduction to mechanical waves: Oscillations and mechanical waves
Sound: Oscillations and mechanical waves
The Doppler effect: Oscillations and mechanical waves
Wave interference: Oscillations and mechanical waves

Fluids

Density and Pressure: Fluids
Buoyant Force and Archimedes’ Principle: Fluids
Fluid Dynamics: Fluids

Thermodynamics

Temperature, kinetic theory, and the ideal gas law: Thermodynamics
Specific heat and heat transfer: Thermodynamics
Laws of thermodynamics: Thermodynamics

Electric charge, field, and potential

Charge and electric force (Coulomb’s law): Electric charge, field, and potential
Electric field: Electric charge, field, and potential
Electric potential energy, electric potential, and voltage: Electric charge, field, and potential

Circuits

Ohm’s law and circuits with resistors: Circuits
Circuits with capacitors: Circuits

Magnetic forces, magnetic fields, and Faraday’s law

Magnets and Magnetic Force: Magnetic forces, magnetic fields, and Faraday’s law
Magnetic field created by a current: Magnetic forces, magnetic fields, and Faraday’s law
Electric motors: Magnetic forces, magnetic fields, and Faraday’s law
Magnetic flux and Faraday’s law: Magnetic forces, magnetic fields, and Faraday’s law

Electromagnetic waves and interference

Introduction to electromagnetic waves: Electromagnetic waves and interference
Interference of electromagnetic waves: Electromagnetic waves and interference

Geometric optics

Reflection and refraction: Geometric optics
Mirrors: Geometric optics
Lenses: Geometric optics

Special relativity

Michelson and Morley’s luminiferous ether experiment: Special relativity
Minkowski spacetime: Special relativity
Lorentz transformation: Special relativity
Einstein velocity addition: Special relativity

Quantum Physics

Photons: Quantum Physics
Atoms and electrons: Quantum Physics
Quantum numbers and orbitals: Quantum Physics
Nuclei: Quantum Physics

Discoveries and projects

Discovery of magnetism: Discoveries and projects
Discovery of magnetic fields: Discoveries and projects
Measuring magnetic fields: Discoveries and projects
Discovery of batteries: Discoveries and projects
Discovery of electromagnetism: Discoveries and projects
Discovery of resistors: Discoveries and projects
Electric motor: Discoveries and projects
Electrostatics: Discoveries and projects
Projectile launcher: Discoveries and projects
Thermo can: Discoveries and projects
Simple machines explorations: Discoveries and projects

Review for AP Physics 1 exam

AP Physics 1 concept review: Review for AP Physics 1 exam
AP Physics 1 free response questions 2015: Review for AP Physics 1 exam

Cosmology and astronomy

Scale of the universe: Cosmology and astronomy
Stars, black holes and galaxies: Cosmology and astronomy
Earth geological and climatic history: Cosmology and astronomy
Life on earth and in the universe

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