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Covers Newton's law of Gravity and the calculating of trajectories. It links to other pagees dealing with other forms of force.
Java Applet simulating the motion of an object rotating on a carousel - demonstrating the Physics of circular motion, and Newton's Laws of Motion.
Design a paper rocket propelled by alka seltzer and water to demonstrate Newton's third law of motion in this simple experiment to try at home. Very simple instructions, plus some helpful questions.
James Franck (1881 - 1964) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1925 along with Gustav Hertz for their discovery of the laws governing the impact of an electron upon an atom.
Discover the fact and fiction behind the popular story of Newton sitting under an apple tree.
Willebrod Snell (1580 - 1616) is best known for his discovery of the law of refraction which became the basis of modern geometric optics.
Max Born (1881 - 1970) work, for which he received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1954 with Walther Bothe, improved the laws describing the movement of electrons around the nucleus in the centre of ...
This shows a worked example of Charles's Law. There is opportunity to try an example before clicking on the answer.
Wilhelm Wien (1864 - 1918) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1911 for his discoveries concerning the laws of heat radiation.
Blaise Pascal (1613 - 1661) is best known for his work on pressure which came to be known as Pascal's law of pressure. Pascal also invented the first digital calculator to help his father with his ...
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