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Science - Physics: JoVE: Physics Video Experiments

JoVE: Science Education

Use our innovative video collections in the JoVE Science Education Library to better teach and learn key concepts and fundamental techniques at the undergraduate course level. These simple, easy-to-understand video demonstrations cover a wide range of STEM subjects including Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Psychology, Clinical Medicine and Engineering.

JoVE: Video Experiments Physics 1

PHYSICS 1: Video Experiments

This collection covers classical mechanics and thermodynamics discussing relevant laws and equations; every topic is presented with experiments validating theoretical hypotheses, and real-world contextual examples.

Physics 1: Video Newton's Law

Newton's Laws of Motion

This video will introduce the basics of Newton's laws of motion, and then demonstrate the concept through a series of experiments measuring the forces between two-wheeled carts in various situations.

JoVE: Video Experiments Physics 2

PHYSICS 2: Video Experiments

This collection explores topics including electrostatics, magnetism, optics, wave-based oscillations, and electrical circuits; explaining the underlying principles behind physical phenomena that have changed our world.

Physics 2 Video: Magnetic Fields

MAGNETIC FIELDS

This video will illustrate how to visualize magnetic fields produced by a current-carrying conductor and a permanent bar magnet. Moreover, this video will also demonstrate the force exerted by the magnetic fields produced by a current on another current-carrying wire.

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