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Introduction to PhysicsFREE
The time-saving online video lessons in the Introduction to Biology unit provide a basic overview of biology and cover topics such as the scientific method and scientific notation which, while not unique to chemistry, are necessary prerequisites to the study of chemistry. Topics include:
Linear and Projectile Motion
The time-saving online video lessons in the Linear and Projectile Motion unit explain the different ways in which physics has broken down and quantified motion and explores characteristics of motion such as velocity and acceleration. Topics include:
Newton's Laws of Motion
The time-saving online video lessons in the Newton's Laws of Motion unit discuss the relationship between force and motion and explain the basic laws which govern physical motion. Topics include:
Circular Motion and Rotational Mechanics
The time-saving online video lessons in the Circular Motion and Rotational Mechanics unit explore rotation and revolution and how forces act upon a turning object. Topics include:
Energy and Momentum
The time-saving online video lessons in the Energy and Momentum unit discuss different types of energy and how that energy translates into momentum in addition to explaining the principles of conservation of energy and momentum. Topics include:
The time-saving online video lessons in the Gravitation unit explore gravity, its affect on objects with mass, and explains the rules governing gravitation. Topics include:
Heat and Thermodynamics
The time-saving online video lessons in the Heat and Thermodynamics unit explain the concepts of entropy and enthalpy and explain their affects on the physical interactions of objects. Topics include:
Heat Transfer and Change of Phase
The time-saving online video lessons in the Heat Transfer and Change of Phase unit explore the transfer of heat within a system, the laws governing this transfer of energy, and the phase changes which result from changes in temperature. Topics include:
Solids, Liquids and Gases
The time-saving online video lessons in the Solids, Liquids, and Gases unit explain the differences between the three states of matter - solid, liquid, and gas - and explore the differences in the physical properties of these phases. Topics include:
Vibration and Waves
The time-saving online video lessons in the Vibrations and Waves unit explains the properties and types of waves and the vocabulary with which we describe waves and explores different uses for waves. Topics include:
The time-saving online video lessons in the Electricity unit explain the principles of electrical force and the interactions of electric currents and fields. Topics include:
The time-saving online video lessons in the Magnetism unit explain the properties and principles of magnetic fields and electromagnetic waves and discuss uses for magnetism. Topics include:
The time-saving online video lessons in the Light unit explain the basics of light and light waves. Specific topics covered include electromagnetic waves and spectrums, reflection, refraction, Snell's Law, the double slit experiment, mirrors, lenses, ray diagrams and the lens equation.
The time-saving online video lessons in the Nuclear Physics unit discuss atomic nuclei and nuclear stability, exploring processes which occur at a nuclear level such as nuclear fusion and fission. Topics include: Atomic Nucleus, Nuclear Reactions, Radioactive Isotopes, Carbon Dating, Fission Reactor, Mass-Energy Equivalence.
The Atom and Quantum Physics
The time-saving online video lessons in the Atom and Quantum Physics unit explain the basics of quantum mechanics on a subatomic level, discussing photons and radioactivity. Topics include: Atomic Models, Atomic Emission Spectra, Blackbody Radiation, Photoelectric Effect, Planck's Constant, Compton Scattering, Light Quanta, Matter Wave - De Broglie Wavelength, Quantum Physics.
The time-saving online video lessons in the Oscillatory motion unit explain the basics of oscillatory motion. Specific topics include Hook's law, sprain potential energy, simple harmonic motion, pendulum motion and resonance.