McGraw-Hill Education TAB

125 Physics Projects for the Evil Genius

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ISBN: 9780071621311
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education TAB
Publication Date: 2009-04-11
Number of pages: 352
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125 Wickedly Fun Ways to Test the Laws of Physics!

Now you can prove your knowledge of physics without expending a lot of energy. 125 Physics Projects for the Evil Genius is filled with hands-on explorations into key areas of this fascinating field. Best of all, these experiments can be performed without a formal lab, a large budget, or years of technical experience!

Using easy-to-find parts and tools, this do-it-yourself guide offers a wide variety of physics experiments you can accomplish on your own. Topics covered include motion, gravity, energy, sound, light, heat, electricity, and more. Each of the projects in this unique guide includes parameters, a detailed methodology, expected results, and an explanation of why the experiment works. 125 Physics Projects for the Evil Genius:

Features step-by-step instructions for 125 challenging and fun physics experiments, complete with helpful illustrations
Allows you to customize each experiment for your purposesIncludes details on the underlying principles behind each experimentRemoves the frustration factor--all required parts are listed, along with sources

125 Physics Projects for the Evil Genius provides you with all of the information you need to demonstrate:

Constant velocity
Circular motion and centripetal force
Gravitational acceleration
Newton's laws of motion
Energy and momentum
The wave properties of sound
Refraction, reflection, and the speed of light
Thermal expansion and absolute zeroElectrostatic force, resistance, and magnetic levitation
The earth's magnetic field
The size of a photon, the charge of an electron, and the photoelectric effect
And more

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