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Descriptions of how to carry out the experiments in a lecture tour - covers such topics as Newton's Laws, air pressure and electricity.
What will happen to the bounciness of a ball if you cool it down or heat it up? Includes suggested learning outcomes and links for teachers.
At 803.8 feet in length, the German passenger airship Hindenburg (LZ-119) was the largest aircraft ever to fly. The commercial flights of Hindenburg, along with Graf Zeppelin, pioneered the first ...
An ADIABATIC process deals with the changing temperature of a parcel of air due to rising or sinking the air. The DIABATIC process on the other hand is changing the temperature of a parcel of air ...
Air friction, or air drag, is an example of fluid friction.
You can see for many miles through clear air and a clear piece of glass obviously is transparent to the wavelengths of visible light.
300 years ago, Otto von Guericke arranged a demonstration in Magdeburg, Germany to demonstrate the air pump which he had invented. He made two hemispherical iron vessels which could be put together ...
The amount of water vapor in the air at any given time is usually less than that required to saturate the air. The relative humidity is the percent of saturation humidity, generally calculated in ...
A common device which makes use of the Bernoulli principle is the aspirator. Attach it to a tap and watch how the flow of water can suck air out of an object attached to the other end!
What does a Bose-Einstein condensate look like - well it looks like a dense little lump in the bottom of the magnetic trap/bowl; kind of like a drop of water condensing out of damp air onto a cold ...
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