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Refraction

Refraction experiments.

Views 250Recommended 0[Recommend] KS4 (Yr 10 - Yr 11) > Science > Physics

Telescopes and lenses

Edexcel (2011 spefication) revision from P1

Views 280Recommended 0[Recommend] KS4 (Yr 10 - Yr 11) > Science > Physics

Geocentric and Heliocentric models of the Universe

Explaining how ideas of our universe and solar system have changed throughout time.

Views 229Recommended 0[Recommend] KS4 (Yr 10 - Yr 11) > Science > Physics

Galileo's discovery

Geocentric vs. Heliocentric models of the solar system

Views 223Recommended 0[Recommend] KS4 (Yr 10 - Yr 11) > Science > Physics

GCSE BBC Science Bitesize - Earth and Beyond

Published on 11 Apr 2012 This GCSE BBC Bitesize video is from the original programmes from 2000 that were broadcast on BBC2. It covers the areas of the Physics foundation paper

Views 217Recommended 0[Recommend] KS4 (Yr 10 - Yr 11) > Science > Physics

The Mould Effect

Published on 10 Jun 2015 The One Show had a massive crane outside the studio so they invited me in to do a long bead drop! Visit my blog here: http://stevemould.com Follow me on twitter here: http://twitter.com/moulds Buy nerdy maths things here: http://mathsgear.co.uk

Views 280Recommended 0[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

The Mould Effect

Published on 15 Jan 2014 Over 2.5 million viewers, including many physicists, have been astonished by Steve Mould's videos of a chain flowing along its own length from a pot to the floor below. Apparently defying gravity, the chain rises above the pot as a fountain before falling down. Proceedings A has published a paper which explains why this fountain occurs by considering the forces bringing successive links into motion. In this podcast, authors Mark Warner and John Biggins explain what is going on. For more information see: http://rspa.royalsocietypublishing

Views 338Recommended 0[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Angular Momentum

Angular Momentum

Views 268Recommended 0[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

How to Solve Physics Problems

How to Solve Physics Problems

Views 267Recommended 0[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

GCSE Energy Transfer

This GCSE BBC Bitesize video is from the original programmes from 2000 that were broadcast on BBC2.

Views 237Recommended 0[Recommend] KS4 (Yr 10 - Yr 11) > Science > Physics
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