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Friday, March 19, 2021

Physics Demonstration Videos.

Physics Demonstration Videos.

These videos have been developed for elementary physics courses (and this one) and have been very instrumental when those courses had to be taught in a fully remote format.

This page Strategies For Teaching Science provides publications on general and specific approaches to teaching math and physics.

1.    A demonstration show with Prof. Andrew Duffy (~1,5 hours)

2.    Converting 1L

3.    Unit (dimensional) analysis

4.    Vector addition

5.    which cart wins the race?

6.    A race: Two carts on two tracks

7.    X-Y independence

8.    A Ballistic cart

9.    A Monkey and a hunter

10. A monkey and a hunter demo

11. 2D Velocity (crossing a river using the fastest path)

12. Newton's cradle

13. Third Newton's Law

14. Momentumcart (“an air rocket”)

15. Cartmomentum (the law of conservation of linear momentum)

16. Center of mass of a system

17. Ballistic pendulum

18. Happy and Sad balls

19. Rolling a big spool on a table and different shapes down a ramp

20. Rotational dynamics (centripetal forces as a function of a radius)

21. Rotational kinematics

22. Conic Pendulum

23. Loop the loop

24. Carnival ride model

25. Torque (Newton’s 2nd law for rotation)

26. Torque (Newton’s 2nd law for rotation)

27. Crash a can

28. A balloon in a jar

29. 09 19 2018 air cannon test

30. 11/12/2015 12:50 air cannon test

31. The air cannon demonstration

32. Having fun with a floating balloon buoyancy vs gravity

33. A Flying ball

34. Fluid dynamics

35. Four viscosity experiments (a drop in a glycerin; Stokes’ law; water v. glycerin; bubbles in fluids)

36. Viscosity (Stokes’ law)

37. Air bubbles in liquids with different viscosity

38. Hanging slinky (a longitudinal pulse)

39. Horizontal Simple Harmonic Motion

40. Molecular motion

41. Ideal Gas Law experiments

42. Two adiabatic experiments

43. Cool cooling! (two cans)

44. Heat engine experiments

45. Making things cool (experiments with LN2)

46. Using an electroscope E1

47. Using an electroscope E2

48. Using an electroscope E3

49. Using an electroscope E4

50. Using an electroscope E5

51. Using an electroscope E6

52. Using an electroscope E7

53. Using an electroscope E8

54. A dipole in electric field from a Wimshurst machine

55. A new way of doing peanuts and VDG generator experiment

56. A simple demo an electric dipole in a capacitor

57. Parallel-plate capacitor (charging and changing the distance)

58. Inserting a dielectric in a capacitor

59. Discharging a big capacitor

60. Peanuts and Van Der Graaf experiment

61. Van De Graaff Generator makes a spark that lightens up a lamp

62. Aliens exist! (electrostatics)

63. An open bulb in LN2

64. AC LR circuit (variable inductance and a bulb)

65. Curie POINT

66. Curie point

67. 3D magnetic field

68. Iron filings in magnetic field

69. The Earth is a magnet

70. e over m beam

71. Electrons in a circular trajectory

72. Oersted effect

73. Three simple demonstrations on magnetism (a jumping wire; a ring in a magnetic field, a DC motor).

74. Force on a wire in magnetic field

75. A spinning loop (a DC motor)

76. 3 Faraday coils

77. An experiment on mutual inductance

78. Motional EMF

79. Faraday's law makes Samsung pay works

80. A bulb and a generator

81. Genecon generators and a bulb

82. A card reader

83. A card reader and an oscilloscope (reading a card)

84. A card reader and an oscilloscope (using a magnet)

85. A jumping ring and a induction coil (a transformer)

86. Eddy currents in a pendulum

87. Example on Lenz's law

88. Magnetic Eddy current brake

89. Dropping a magnet in a pipe

90. Electro magnetic wave is polarized (an EMW generator and a receiver)

91. Faraday's cage, shielding

92. Evanescent wave demo (and total internal reflection for EMW)

93. Pile driver (can crusher) as polarizer (mechanical model of polarization)

94. Electron diffraction

95. Surviving an explosion of … (“the chain reaction”)


More videos, that may be not as useful as from the list, are available here, and here.

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