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A short cartoon explaining how the speed of light is measured
Instructional video on how to use a multimeter to measure voltage.
Instructional video on how to use a multimeter to measure current.
Altimeters work by measuring changes in pressure from moving in the atmosphere.
These pages aim at explaining what heat and temperature are, including different ways of measuring temperature and plenty more information.
A profile of Henrietta Swan Leavitt, a female computer, who did a lot of work categorising and measuring the brightness of stars.
Java Applet simulating a photoelectric effect experiment, measuring current and stopping potential for a variety of metals and monochromatic wavelengths. A sophisticated simulated experiment.
An experiment you can do at home about forces and gravity. All you need is a tape measure, calculator, PVC cutter, polypipe, poly insert coupling, hair dryer, wide plastic tape, one cup of sand, ...
A Vernier scale is a small, moveable scale placed next to the main scale of a measuring instrument. It is named after its inventor, Pierre Vernier.
What is the speed of light and how was it measured?
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