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Atomic Structure - A Level Physics

Continuing the A Level Physics revision series looking at Atomic Structure, including the formula for the allowed energy levels for an electron in a Hydrogen atom and how this fits in the with observed spectral lines from Hydrogen.

Views 222Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

The Sum over Paths Theory - A Level Physics

An A Level Physics revision video covering The Sum over Paths Theory

Views 198Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Psychology

Wave Particle Duality - A Level Physics

Continuing the A Level Physics revision series looking at wave particle duality, covering the original "views" of Newton and Huygens about light being a particle or wave; Young's double slit experiment which appeared to resolve the issue; the photoelectric effect and Einstein's explanation which unresolved it; and DeBroglie's hypothesis that matter could also behave like particles and waves.

Views 224Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Charge and Mass of an Electron - A Level Physics

Continuing the A Level Physics revision series, this video covers, cathode rays, J J Thomson's experiment, Thermionic emission, an electron volt, measuring the charge to mass ratio for an electron and Millikan's oil drop experiment to measure the charge on an electron.

Views 218Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Superconductivity - A Level Physics

A description of superconductivity - in a little more detail than you need at A Level - to explain the basic concepts of a quantum mechnical phenomenon.

Views 305Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Thermodynamics - A Level Physics

Continuing the A Level Physics revision series with Thermodynamics and Thermal Physics - covering Boyle's, Charles' and the Pressure Laws, the 4 laws of Thermodynamics and Specific Heat

Views 271Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Fluid Dynamics 2 - Bernoulli's Principle and Stokes' Law

he second video on fluid dynamics covering Bernoulli's Principle (flows through a pipe) and Stokes' Law (viscosity)

Views 276Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Fluid Dynamics 1 - Archimedes Principle - A Level Physics

Describes atmospheric pressure, pressure in a fluid, measuring density of unknown fluid, barometers, hydraulics and Archimedes principle.

Views 249Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Telescopes - A Level Physics

Continuing the A Level Physics Revision series, and building on the Geometric Optics video, this looks at Telescopes.

Views 274Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics

Geometric Optics - A Level Physics

Continuing the A Level Physics revision series with geometric optics. The lens formula. Real and virtual images. Convex and Concave lenses and mirrors.

Views 279Recommended 1[Recommend] KS5 (Yr 12 - Yr 13) > Science > Physics
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