Newtons First law Of Motion is Inertia
Not all Physics instructors are warm to Conceptual Physics. Some greatly prefer to immediately get into
2.1 Aristotle on Motion
Two main classes of motion: natural motion and violent motion.
Hi, my name is Aaron Geister and I am a stay at home dad to 4 wonderful little boys one 12, 10, 6 and
the youngest will be turning 2 on April 11th. I hold a vast interest in technology from electrical circuits to
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Since the 1980s, NASA has been experimenting with LEDs for growing plants. It has
been found that different light spectrums have widely varied effects on plants. Some
light spectrums have been found to stimulate vegetative growth and increase the
In my research of thermal expansion of electronics I have found that most malfunctions
of electronic components are due to thermal expansion. Even though technologies such as
miniaturization, higher package density and accelerated development processes ha
I will be discussing force and acceleration through the basics of an Accelerometer.
Provide a brief summary of your research.
The rate of change of the velocity of an object is called acceleration. Accelerometers are devices
that measures acceleration on
1. Provide a brief summary of your research.
Through electromagnetic induction, Quasistatic cavity resonance (QSCR) is a new technology
that surpasses the limits of traditional wireless power delivery. Potentially, wireless power
delivery can seamlessly p
Currently nuclear power plants use fission reactors. These reactors split apart atoms of uranium and in
turn release energy that is used to boil water into steam. The steam is then used to turn turbine
generators that create electricity. Due to many of th
With the observation of standing waves in a vibrating, horizontal string, the theory of the experiment was that
is the frequency in Hertz, is the wavelength in meters, T is the tension in the string in
Newtons, and is the mass per unit le
The Electromagnetic Spectrum is the range of frequencies of possible electromagnetic radiation.
The Spectrum ranges from 0 Hertz up to 2.4x1023 Hertz. The exact wavelength limits of the
Spectrum are unknown however it is widely believed that the short wav