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The Path of a Projectile
Earth Orbits
Earth Orbit
An Interplanetary Trip
Law of Conservation of Momentum
Forces Experienced by Astronauts
Low Earth Orbit
Geostationary Orbit
Motion Fc Provided By…
Heating Effects
Van Allen radiation belts
Sunspot activity
The Ether Wind
The Michelson-Morley Experiment
Frames of Reference
The Equivalence Between Mass and Energy
Time Dilation
Mass Dilation
Core Topic Two: Motors and Generators
Ampere’s Law
Determining the magnitude of the force between two parallel conductors
The motor effect
Lenz’s Law
Back emf
Eddy current loop
AC induction motor:
Advantages of AC induction motors:
AC (synchronous) motor:
Core Topic Three: From Ideas to Implementation
Discharge Tubes
J. J. Thomson’s Experiment
The Cathode Ray Tube
Electrodes in the electron gun
The electric field
The fluorescent screen
The Cathode Ray Oscilloscope (CRO)
TV Tube
The Electron Microscope
Lenard’s Results:
Max Planck and Black Body Radiation – The Quantum Theory
Black Body Radiation Curve:
Einstein’s Explanation of the Photoelectric Effect
Bohr’s Model of the Atom
De Broglie’s Explanation
The Creation of Charge Carriers in Semiconductors
Intrinsic Semiconductors
Extrinsic Semiconductors
Germanium Vs Silicon
Transistors Vs Thermionic Valves
X-Ray Diffraction
The Crystal Lattice Structure of Metals
Drift Velocity
The BCS Theory of Superconductivity
Application of Superconductors
Power Transmission
Power Storage
Medical Diagnostics
Option Topic: Quanta to Quarks
J. J. Thomson’s Model
Ernest Rutherford’s Alpha Particle Scattering Experiment
Inadequacies of Rutherford’s Atom
Niels Bohr’s Model of the Atom
Bohr’s Postulates
The Bohr Model and the Balmer Series
The Hydrogen Atom Explained
Limitations of the Bohr Model
Louis De Broglie’s Proposal
Types of Electron Microscopes
The Conservation Laws which apply to Atoms
Charge is Conserved (Atomic Number Z)
Mass Number A is Conserved
Mass / Energy is Conserved
James Chadwick discovers the Neutron
Enrico Fermi Discovers Nuclear Fission
Fermi and Chain Reaction
Nucleon Rest mass (kg) Charge (coulomb)
Pauli and the Neutrino
Nuclear Transmutations due to Natural Radioactivity
Alpha Decay
Beta Decay
Gamma Decay
Forces Holding the Nuclear Together
Coulombic force of repulsion between protons
Gravitational attraction between protons
The Strong Nuclear Force
Strong nuclear force acts between: Electrostatic repulsion acts between:
Binding Energy Per Nucleon
Controlled and Uncontrolled Chain Reactions
Nuclear Fission Reactors
Applications of Radioisotopes
Neutron Scattering
Particle Accelerators
Linear Accelerators
Matter Particles (Quarks & Leptons)
Composite particles made of Quarks (Hadrons)
Force-carrier Particles (Bosons)
3 Quark Combinations (Baryons)
Dark Matter
Dark Energy
Time from Bang Temp. (K) Event
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