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La video enciclopedia de demostraciones de física ayuda a los estudiantes a entender las leyes de física a partir de la ilustración de conceptos complejos de física con demostraciones de la vida real. Esta serie fue desarrollada por educadores, con el apoyo de la Fundación Nacional de Ciencias; los 600 videos de demostración fueron preparados cuidadosamente por un panel de físicos, profesores y maestros para mejorar el aprendizaje de los estudiantes.

El enfoque es en gran medida conceptual; ilustra claramente cómo cada experimento demuestra una ley de física o un concepto específico. Con una duración promedio de un minuto, cada demostración incluye una narración con texto descriptivo a nivel bachillerato o universitario de introducción a la física. Los documentos de referencia incluyen información técnica y matemática, así como referencias para un debate más a fondo.

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CORRELACIÓN DE LIBRO DE TEXTO MUESTRA CON

Fundamentos de la Física, Halliday, Resnick y Walker

Mecánica: Movimiento, Fuerza y Energía

Chapter 1: Measurement

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Measuring Things
Section 3: The International System of Units
  • Demo 01-01 – Basic Units
Section 4: Changing Units
Section 5: Length
Section 6: Time
Section 7: Mass

Chapter 2: Motion Along a Straight Line

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Motion
  • Demo 02-01 – Constant Velocity
Section 3: Position and Displacement
  • Demo 02-02 Bulldozer on Moving Sheet
Section 4: Average Velocity and Average Speed
Section 5: Instantaneous Velocity and Speed
Section 6: Acceleration
Section 7: Constant Acceleration: A Special Case
  • Demo 02-03 – Rolling Ball Incline
  • Demo 02-04 – Constant Acceleration
Section 8: Another Look at Constant Acceleration
Section 9: Free-Fall Acceleration
  • Demo 02-05 – String and Weights Drop
  • Demo 02-06 – Reaction Time Falling Meter Stick
  • Demo 02-07 – Guinea and Feather
Section 10: Graphical Integration in Motion Analysis

Chapter 3: Vectors

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Vectors and Scalars
Section 3: Adding Vectors Geometrically
  • Demo 01-02 – Vector Addition (Parallelogram)
  • Demo 01-03 – Vector Addition (Head to Tail)
Section 4: Components of Vectors
  • Demo 01-04 – Vector Components
  • Demo 01-07 – 3-D Vector Components
Section 5: Unit Vectors
Section 6: Adding Vectors by Components
Section 7: Vectors and the Laws of Physics
  • Demo 04-07 – Velocity Vector Addition
Section 8: Multiplying Vectors
  • Demo 01-05 – Vector Dot Product
  • Demo 01-06 – Vector Cross Product

Chapter 4: Motion in Two and Three Dimensions

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Position and Displacement
Section 3: Average Velocity and Instantaneous Acceleration
Section 4: Average Acceleration and Instantaneous Acceleration
Section 5: Projectile Motion
  • Demo 04-01 – Shooter/Dropper
  • Demo 04-02 – Monkey Gun
  • Demo 04-03 – Vertical Gun on Car
  • Demo 04-04 – Vertical Gun on Accelerated Car
  • Demo 04-05 – Air Table Parabolas
  • Demo 04-06 – Range Gun
Section 6: Projectile Motion Analyzed
  • Demo 04-01 Shooter/Dropper
  • Demo 04-02 Monkey Gun
  • Demo 04-03 Vertical Gun on Car
  • Demo 04-04 Vertical Gun on Accelerated Car
  • Demo 04-05 Air Table Parabolas
  • Demo 04-06 Range Gun
Section 7: Uniform Circular Motion
  • Demo 12-01 Radian Disc
Section 8: Relative Motion in One Dimension
  • Demo 02-02 Bulldozer on Moving Sheet
Section 9 Relative Motion in Two Dimensions
  • Demo 04-08 Bulldozer on Moving Sheet (2D)

Chapter 5: Force and Motion – I

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Newtonian Mechanics
Section 3: Newton’s First Law
  • Demo 05-01 – Shifted Air T rack Inertia
  • Demo 05-04 – Tablecloth Jerk
  • Demo 05-05 – Eggs and Pizza Pan
  • Demo 05-06 – Pencil and Plywood
Section 4: Force
  • Demo 03-03 – Acceleration with Spring
Section 5: Mass
  • Demo 05-02 – Inertia Ball
  • Demo 05-03 – Foam Rock
Section 6: Newton’s Second Law
  • Demo 03-01 – String and Weight Acceleration
  • Demo 03-02 – Atwood’s Machine
  • Demo 03-03 – Acceleration with Spring
Section 7: Some Particular Forces
  • Demo 03-04 – Dropped Slinky
  • Demo 03-05 – Candle in Dropped Jar
  • Demo 04-09 – Sliding Weights with Triangle
  • Demo 04-10 – Sailing Upwind
  • Demo 04-11 – Local Vertical with Acceleration
Section 8: Newton’s Third Law
  • Demo 06-01 – Reaction Gliders
  • Demo 06-02 – Reaction Gliders Momentum Conservation
  • Demo 06-03 – Car on Rolling Board
  • Demo 06-04 – Fan Car with Sail
  • Demo 06-05 – CO2 Rocket
  • Demo 06-06 – Water Rocket
  • Demo 06-07 – Fire Extinguisher Wagon
  • Demo 06-08 – Helicopter Rotor
  • Demo 06-09 – See-Saw Reaction Carts
Section 9: Applying Newton’s Laws

Chapter 6: Force and Motion – II

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Friction
  • Demo 07-01 – Air Track Friction
Section 3: Properties of Friction
  • Demo 07-02 – Static vs. Sliding Friction
  • Demo 07-03 – Area Dependence of Friction
  • Demo 07-04 – Weight Dependence of Friction
  • Demo 07-05 – Surface Dependence of Friction
  • Demo 07-06 – Stability of Rolling Car
Section 4: The Drag Force and Terminal Speed
  • Demo 31-01 – Air Friction
  • Demo 31-02 – Viscous Drag
  • Demo 31-03 – Ball Drop
  • Demo 31-04 – Gas Viscosity Change with Temperature
  • Demo 31-05 – Viscosity of Alcohol at Low Temperatures
  • Demo 31-06 – Oil Viscosity
Section 5: Uniform Circular Motion
  • Demo 12-01 – Radian Disc
  • Demo 12-02 – Cycloid Generator
  • Demo 12-03 – Circle with Gap
  • Demo 12-04 – Rotating Disc with Erasers
  • Demo 12-05 – Spinning Disc with Water
  • Demo 12-06 – Ball on Cord
  • Demo 12-07 – Coin on a Coat Hanger
  • Demo 12-08 – Plane on String
  • Demo 12-09 – Roundup
  • Demo 12-10 – Whirling Bucket of Water
  • Demo 12-11 – Centrifuge Hoops
  • Demo 12-12 – Water and Mercury Centrifuge
  • Demo 12-13 – Spinning Chain
  • Demo 12-14 – Rotating Rubber Wheel
  • Demo 12-15 – Centrifugal Governor
  • Demo 29-16 – Accelerometers
  • Demo 29-17 – Paraboloid of Revolution
  • Demo 29-18 – Rotating Water Troughs

Chapter 7: Kinetic Energy and Work

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: What is Energy?
Section 3: Kinetic Energy
Section 4: Work
  • Demo 03-03 – Acceleration with Spring
Section 5: Work and Kinetic Energy
Section 6: Work Done by the Gravitational Force
  • Demo 08-01 – Pile Driver
  • Demo 08-11 – Generator Driven by Falling Weight
Section 7: Work Done by a Spring Force
  • Demo 03-03 – Acceleration with Spring
  • Demo 08-02 – Spring Pong Gun
  • Demo 08-03 – Spring Jumper
  • Demo 08-04 – X-Squared Spring Energy Dependence
Section 8: Work Done by a General Variable Force
  • Demo 08-10 – Hand Cranked Generator
Section 9: Power
  • Demo 08-12 – Prony Brake

Chapter 8: Potential Energy and Conservation of Energy

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Work and Potential Energy
  • Demo 08-02 – Spring Pong Gun
  • Demo 08-03 – Spring Jumper
Section 3: Path Independence of Conservative Forces
Section 4: Determining Potential Energy Values
  • Demo 08-04 – X-Squared Spring Energy Dependence
Section 5: Conservation of Mechanical Energy
  • Demo 08-05 – High Bounce Paradox
  • Demo 08-06 – Energy Well Track
  • Demo 08-07 – Galileo’s Pendulum
  • Demo 08-08 – Bowling Ball Pendulum
  • Demo 08-09 – Triple Track
Section 6: Reading a Potential Energy Curve
Section 7: Work Done on a System by an External Force
  • Demo 03-03 – Acceleration with Spring
Section 8: Conservation of Energy

Chapter 9: Center of Mass and Linear Momentum

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: The Center of Mass
  • Demo 09-02 – Irregular Object Center of Mass
  • Demo 09-09 – Air Table Center of Mass
Section 3: Newton’s Second Law for a System of Particles
Section 4: Linear Momentum
Section 5: The Linear Momentum of a System of Particles
Section 6: Collision and Impulse
  • Demo 11-09 – Egg in Sheet
  • Demo 11-10 – Pile Driver with Foam Rubber
Section 7: Conservation of Linear Momentum
Section 8: Momentum and Kinetic Energy in Collisions
  • Demo 11-01 – Colliding Balls
  • Demo 11-02 – Equal and Unequal Mass Collisions
  • Demo 11-11 – Ballistic Pendulum
Section 9: Inelastic Collisions in One Dimension
  • Demo 11-03 – Elastic and Inelastic Collisions
Section 10: Elastic Collisions in One Dimension
  • Demo 11-04 – Coefficient of Restitution
  • Demo 11-05 – High Bounce
Section 11: Collisions in Two Dimensions
  • Demo 11-06 – Air Table Collisions (Equal Mass)
  • Demo 11-07 – Air Table Collisions (Unequal Mass)
  • Demo 11-08 – Air Table Collisions (Inelastic)
Section 12: Systems with Varying Mass: A Rocket
  • Demo 06-05 – CO2 Rocket
  • Demo 06-06 – Water Rocket
  • Demo 06-07 – Fire Extinguisher Wagon

Chapter 10: Rotation

Section 1: What is Physics? 10-2 The Rotational Variables
  • Demo 12-01 – Radian Disc
Section 3: Are Angular Quantities Vectors?
Section 4: Rotation with Constant Angular Acceleration
  • Demo 13-01 – Angular Acceleration Machine
  • Demo 13-02 – Bike Wheel Angular Acceleration
  • Demo 13-03 – Air Rotator With Deflectors
Section 5: Relating the Linear and Angular Variables
Section 6: Kinetic Energy of Rotation
  • Demo 13-05 – Spool on Incline
Section 7: Calculating the Rotational Inertia
Section 8: Torque
Section 9: Newton’s Second Law for Rotation
  • Demo 13-01 – Angular Acceleration Machine
Section 0: Work and Rotational Kinetic Energy
  • Demo 13-08 – Maxwell’s Yoyo

Chapter 11: Rolling, Torque, and Angular Momentum

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Rolling as Translation and Rotation Combined
  • Demo 12-02 – Cycloid Generator
Section 3: The Kinetic Energy of Rolling
Section 4: The Forces of Rolling
  • Demo 13-04 – Rolling Bodies on Incline
  • Demo 13-05 – Spool on Incline
  • Demo 13-06 – Bike Wheel on Incline
  • Demo 13-07 – Spool with Wrapped Ribbon
Section 5: The Yo-Yo
  • Demo 13-08 – Maxwell’s Yo-Yo
Section 6: Torque Revisited
Section 7: Angular Momentum
Section 8: Newton’s Second Law in Angular Form
Section 9: The Angular Momentum of a System of Particles
Section 10: The Angular Momentum of a Rigid Body Rotating About a Fixed Axis
  • Demo 14-07 – Gyroscopic Stability
Section 11: Conservation of Angular Momentum
  • Demo 14-01 – Marbles and Funnel
  • Demo 14-02 – Train on a Circular Track
  • Demo 14-03 – Tail Wags Dog
  • Demo 14-04 – Rotating Stool with Weights
  • Demo 14-05 – Rotating Stool and Long Bar
  • Demo 14-06 – Rotating Stool and Bicycle Wheel
  • Demo 14-08 – Wheel and Brake
  • Demo 14-09 – Satellite Derotator
Section 12: Precession of a Gyroscope
  • Demo 15-01 – Bike Wheel Precession
  • Demo 15-02 – Gyroscope with Adjustable Weights
  • Demo 15-03 – Bike Wheel on Gimbals
  • Demo 15-04 – Double Bike Wheel
  • Demo 15-05 – Motorized Gyroscope

Gravitación, Ondas y Termodinámica

Chapter 12: Equilibrium and Elasticity

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Equilibrium
  • Demo 09-01 Stability
  • Demo 10-02 Clothesline
Section 3: The Requirements of Equilibrium
  • Demo 10-01 Force Board
  • Demo 10-03 Load on Removable Incline
Section 4: The Center of Gravity
  • Demo 09-03 Center of Mass Disc
Section 5: Some Examples of Static Equilibrium
  • Demo 09-04 Chair on Pedestal
  • Demo 09-05 Clown on Rope
  • Demo 09-06 Double Cone on Incline
  • Demo 09-07 Loaded Disc
  • Demo 09-08 Toppling Cylinders
  • Demo 10-08 Horizontal Boom
  • Demo 10-11 Hinge Board
  • Demo 10-14 Balancing Meter Stick
Section 6: Indeterminate Structures
  • Demo 10-04 Pulley Advantage
  • Demo 10-05 Pulley and Scales
  • Demo 10-06 Simple Machines
  • Demo 10-07 Levers
  • Demo 10-09 Arm Model
  • Demo 10-10 Torque Bar
  • Demo 10-12 Torque Wrench
  • Demo 10-13 Torque Wheel
  • Demo 10-15 Meter Stick on Fingers
  • Demo 10-16 Bridge and Truck
  • Demo 10-17 Roberval Balance
  • Demo 10-18 Ladder Forces
  • Demo 10-19 Broom Stand
  • Demo 10-20 Bed of Nails
  • Demo 10-21 Egg Crusher
Section 7: Elasticity
  • Demo 10-21 Egg Crusher
  • Demo 18-01 Hooke’s Law
  • Demo 18-02 Spring in Series and Parallel
  • Demo 18-03 Torsion Rod
  • Demo 18-04 Elastic Limits
  • Demo 18-05 Young’s Modulus
  • Demo 18-06 Bending Beams
  • Demo 18-07 2:1 Scaling
  • Demo 18-08 Bologna Bottle
  • Demo 18-09 Elasticity at Low Temperatures

Chapter 13: Gravitation

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Newton’s Law of Gravitation
  • Demo 17-03 Cavendish Balance
Section 3: Gravitation and the Principle of Superposition
Section 4: Gravitation Near Earth’s Surface
Section 5: Gravitation Inside Earth
Section 6: Gravitational Potential Energy
Section 7: Planets and Satellites: Kepler’s Laws
Section 8: Satellites: Orbits and Energy
  • Demo 17-01 Sections of a Cone
  • Demo 17-02 Ellipse Drawing Board
Section 9: Einstein and Gravitation

Chapter 14: Fluids

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: What is a Fluid?
Section 3: Density and Pressure
  • Demo 26-03 Magdeburg Hemispheres
  • Demo 26-04 Adhesion Plates
  • Demo 26-05 Crush Can
  • Demo 26-06 Vacuum Bazooka
  • Demo 26-07 Barrel Crush
  • Demo 26-08 Air Pressure Lift
  • Demo 26-09 Inertia Shingles
  • Demo 26-10 Rubber Sheet Lifting Chair
Section 4: Fluids at Rest
  • Demo 27-01 Same Level Tubes
  • Demo 27-02 Pressure vs. Depth
  • Demo 27-03 Pressure vs. Depth in Water and Alcohol
  • Demo 27-04 Pressure Independent of Direction
  • Demo 27-05 Water/Air Compression
  • Demo 27-06 Water and Mercury U-tube
Section 5: Measuring Pressure
  • Demo 26-01 Mercury Barometer in Vacuum
  • Demo 26-02 Aneroid Barometer in Vacuum
Section 6: Pascal’s Principle
  • Demo 27-07 Hydraulic Press
  • Demo 27-08 Hydrostatic Paradox
  • Demo 29-15 Toricelli’s Tank
Section 7: Archimedes’ Principle
  • Demo 28-01 Hydrometer
  • Demo 28-02 Weight of Air
  • Demo 28-03 Buoyant Force
  • Demo 28-04 Archimedes’ Principle
  • Demo 28-05 Board and Weights Float
  • Demo 28-06 Different Density Wood
  • Demo 28-07 Density Ball
  • Demo 28-08 Density Balls in Beans
  • Demo 28-09 Battleship in Bathtub
  • Demo 28-10 Buoyancy in Various Liquids
  • Demo 28-11 Floating Square Bar
  • Demo 28-12 Helium Balloon in Glass Jar
  • Demo 28-13 Helium Balloon in Liquid Nitrogen
  • Demo 28-14 Cartesian Diver
Section 8: Ideal Fluids in Motion
  • Demo 29-01 Pitot Tube
  • Demo 29-02 Flettner Rotor
  • Demo 29-03 Curve Balls
  • Demo 29-04 Floating Ball in Air Jet
  • Demo 29-05 Suspended Plate in Air Jet
  • Demo 29-06 Suspended Parallel Cards
  • Demo 29-07 Vortex Cannon
  • Demo 29-08 Un-mixing
  • Demo 29-09 Tornado Tube
  • Demo 29-10 Siphon
Section 9: The Equation of Continuity
Section 10: Bernoulli’s Equation
  • Demo 29-11 Syringe Water Velocity
  • Demo 29-12 Uniform Pressure Drop
  • Demo 29-13 Bernoulli’s Principle

Additional Fluid Demos:


Chapter 30: Surface Tension

  • Demo 30-01 Surface Tension Disc
  • Demo 30-02 Floating Metal Sheet
  • Demo 30-03 Soap Film Pull-up
  • Demo 30-04 Soap Film Shapes
  • Demo 30-05 Two Soap Bubbles
  • Demo 30-06 Minimum Energy Thread
  • Demo 30-07 Capillary Action
  • Demo 30-08 Capillary Tubes

Chapter 15: Oscillations

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Simple Harmonic Motion
  • Demo 19-01 Tuning Fork with Light
  • Demo 19-02 Mass on Spring
  • Demo 19-03 Air Track Simple Harmonic Motion
  • Demo 19-14 Periodic Non-Simple Harmonic Motion
  • Demo 19-15 Inertia Balance
  • Demo 19-16 Pendulum Waves
  • Demo 19-17 Lissajous Figures
Section 3: The Force Law for Simple Harmonic Motion
Section 4: Energy in Simple Harmonic Motion
Section 5: An Angular Simple Harmonic Oscillator
  • Demo 19-04 Torsion Pendulum
Section 6: Pendulums
  • Demo 19-05 Different Mass Pendula
  • Demo 19-06 4:1 Pendula
  • Demo 19-07 Hoops and Arcs
  • Demo 19-08 Pendulum with Large Amplitude
  • Demo 19-09 Physical Pendulum
  • Demo 19-10 Variable Angle Pendulum
Section 7: Simple Harmonic Motion and Uniform Circular Motion
  • Demo 19-11 Circular Motion vs. Spring and Weight
  • Demo 19-12 Circular Motion vs. Pendulum
  • Demo 19-13 Phase Shift
Section 8: Damped Simple Harmonic Motion
Section 9: Forced Oscillations and Resonance
  • Demo 20-01 Bowling Ball Pendulum Resonance
  • Demo 20-02 Resonant Driven Pendula
  • Demo 20-03 Driven Spring and Weight
  • Demo 20-04 Pump Pendulum
  • Demo 20-05 Reed Tachometer
  • Demo 20-06 Glass Breaking with Sound
  • Demo 20-07 Coupled Pendula
  • Demo 20-08 Wilberforce Pendulum

Chapter 16: Waves – I

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Types of Waves
  • Demo 21-02 Pulse on Moving Chain
  • Demo 21-04 Torsional Waves
Section 3: Transverse and Longitudinal Waves
  • Demo 21-01 Wave on Rope
  • Demo 21-06 Longitudinal Wave Model
  • Demo 21-07 Longitudinal Slinky Waves
Section 4: Wavelength and Frequency
Section 5: The Speed of a Traveling Wave
Section 6: Wave Speed on a Stretched String
  • Demo 21-03 Tension Dependence of Wave Speed
  • Demo 21-05 Wave Speed
Section 7: Energy and Power of a Wave Traveling Along a String
Section 8: The Wave Equation
Section 9: The Principle of Superposition for Waves
  • Demo 21-08 Wave Superposition
  • Demo 21-09 Reflection of Waves
  • Demo 21-10 Spring Wave Reflection
Section 10: Interference for Waves
  • Demo 21-11 Wave Coupling
  • Demo 21-12 Refraction of Water Waves
  • Demo 21-13 Single Slit Diffraction of Water Waves
  • Demo 21-14 Double Slit Interference of Water Waves
  • Demo 21-15 Moire Pattern
Section 11: Phasors
Section 12: Standing Waves
  • Demo 22-01 Longitudinal Standing Waves
  • Demo 22-02 Slinky Standing Waves
  • Demo 22-03 Standing Waves
  • Demo 22-04 Three Tensions Standing Waves
Section 13: Standing Waves and Resonance
  • Demo 22-05 Rubber Tube Standing Waves
  • Demo 22-06 Drumhead
  • Demo 22-07 Chladni Plates

Chapter 17: Waves – II

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Sound Waves
  • Demo 24-01 Siren in Vacuum
  • Demo 24-02 Siren Disc
  • Demo 24-03 Gear and Card
  • Demo 24-04 Cutaway Speaker
Section 3: The Speed of Sound
  • Demo 24-05 Sound Velocity at Different Temperatures
  • Demo 24-06 Sound in Helium
Section 4: Traveling Sound Waves
Section 5: Interference
  • Demo 24-12 Two Speaker Interference
Section 6: Intensity and Sound Level
  • Demo 20-06 Glass Breaking with Sound
  • Demo 24-09 Acoustic Coupling
Section 7: Sources of Musical Sound
  • Demo 23-01 Guitar and Scope
  • Demo 23-02 Sonometer
  • Demo 23-03 Tuning Forks
  • Demo 23-04 Adjustable Tuning Fork
  • Demo 23-05 Rectangular Bar Oscillations
  • Demo 23-06 High Frequency Metal Bars
  • Demo 23-07 Xylophone Bars
  • Demo 23-08 Singing Rods
  • Demo 24-07 Fourier Synthesizer
  • Demo 24-08 Vocal Formants
  • Demo 25-01 Resonance Tube with Piston
  • Demo 25-02 Resonance Tubes (Three Lengths)
  • Demo 25-03 Kundt’s Tube
  • Demo 25-04 Resonance Tube
  • Demo 25-05 Open and Closed End Pipes
  • Demo 25-06 Slide Whistle
  • Demo 25-07 Singing Pipes
  • Demo 25-08 Tuning Forks on Resonant Boxes
  • Demo 25-09 Helmholtz Resonators
Section 8: Beats
  • Demo 24-10 Tuning Fork Beats
  • Demo 24-11 Beats with Speaker and Oscilloscope
Section 9: The Doppler Effect
  • Demo 24-13 Doppler Effect
Section 10: Supersonic Speeds, Shock Waves

Chapter 18: Temperature, Heat, and the First Law of Thermodynamics

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Temperature
Section 3: The Zeroth Law of Thermodynamics
Section 4: Measuring Temperature
  • Demo 35-05 Freezing by Boiling
  • Demo 36-02 Pressure vs. Temperature
  • Demo 38-01 Thermistor
  • Demo 38-04 Thermocouple
Section 5: The Celsius and Fahrenheit Scales
Section 6: Thermal Expansion
  • Demo 32-01 Thermal Expansion of Wire
  • Demo 32-02 Bimetallic Strip
  • Demo 32-03 Thermostat Model
  • Demo 32-04 Pin Breaker
  • Demo 32-05 Thermal Expansion
  • Demo 32-06 Thermal Expansion of Air
  • Demo 32-07 Thermal Expansion of Water
  • Demo 32-08 Negative Expansion Coefficient of Water
Section 7: Temperature and Heat
  • Demo 32-11 Specific Heat
  • Demo 32-12 Specific Heat with Rods and Wax
  • Demo 32-13 Boiling Water in a Paper Cup
  • Demo 32-14 Water Balloon Heat Capacity
Section 8: The Absorption of Heat by Solids and Liquids
  • Demo 35-01 Liquid Nitrogen in Balloon
  • Demo 35-02 Boil Water Under Reduced Pressure
  • Demo 35-03 CO2 Critical Point
  • Demo 35-04 Drinking Bird
  • Demo 35-06 Cryophorus
  • Demo 35-07 Ice Bomb
  • Demo 35-08 Regelation
  • Demo 35-09 Helium and CO2 Balloons in Liquid Nitrogen
  • Demo 35-10 Sublimation of CO2
  • Demo 35-11 Slime Ball
Section 9: A Close Look at Heat and Work
  • Demo 34-01 Drill and Dowel
  • Demo 34-02 Mechanical Equivalent of Heat
  • Demo 34-03 CO2 Expansion Cooling
  • Demo 34-05 Fire Syringe
  • Demo 34-06 Stirling Engine
  • Demo 34-07 Hero’s Engine
  • Demo 34-08 Cork Popper
Section 10: The First Law of Thermodynamics
Section 11: Some Special Cases of the First Law of Thermodynamics
  • Demo 34-04 Adiabatic Expansion
  • Demo 34-06 Stirling Engine
Section 12: Heat Transfer Mechanisms
  • Demo 33-01 Thermal Conductivity
  • Demo 33-02 Leidenfrost Phenomenon
  • Demo 33-03 Radiometer
  • Demo 33-04 Two Can Radiation
  • Demo 33-05 Radiation Cube
  • Demo 33-06 Insulation (Dewar Flask)
  • Demo 33-07 Convection Currents
  • Demo 63-01 Infrared in Spectrum
  • Demo 66-01 Radiation Spectrum of a Hot Object
  • Demo 66-08 Bichsel Boxes

Chapter 19: The Kinetic Theory of Gases

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Avogadro’s Number
Section 3: Ideal Gases
  • Demo 36-01 Pressure vs. Volume
  • Demo 36-02 Pressure vs. Temperature
  • Demo 36-04 Pressure vs. Volume Simulation
Section 4: Pressure, Temperature, and RMS Speed
  • Demo 36-02 Pressure vs. Temperature
  • Demo 36-03 Temperature Increase Simulation
Section 5: Translational Kinetic Energy
  • Demo 36-03 Temperature Increase Simulation
  • Demo 36-06 Mercury Kinetic Theory
  • Demo 36-07 Brownian Motion
  • Demo 36-08 Brownian Motion Simulation
Section 6: Mean Free Path
  • Demo 36-03 Temperature Increase Simulation
  • Demo 36-09 Diffusion
  • Demo 36-10 Diffusion Simulation
  • Demo 36-11 Bromine Diffusion
Section 7: The Distribution of Molecular Speeds
Section 8: The Molar Specific Heats of an Ideal Gas
Section 9: Degrees of Freedom and Molar Specific Heats
Section 10: A Hint of Quantum Theory
  • Demo 66-01 Radiation Spectrum of a Hot Object
Section 11: The Adiabatic Expansion of an Ideal Gas
  • Demo 34-04 Adiabatic Expansion
  • Demo 36-13 Free Expansion Simulation

Chapter 20: Entropy and the Second Law of Thermodynamics

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Irreversible Processes and Entropy
Section 3: Change in Entropy
Section 4: The Second Law of Thermodynamics
Section 5: Entropy in the Real World: Engines
  • Demo 34-06 Stirling Engine
Section 6: Entropy in the Real World: Refrigerators
  • Demo 38-03 Thermoelectric Heat Pump
Section 7: The Efficiencies of Real Engines
Section 8: A Statistical View of Entropy
  • Demo 32-09 Dust Explosion
  • Demo 32-10 Scaling Cube
  • Demo 36-05 Equipartition of Energy Simulation
  • Demo 36-12 Gaussian Curve

Electricidad y Magnetismo

Chapter 21: Electric Charge

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Electric Charge
  • Demo 39-01 Electrostatic Rods
  • Demo 39-02 Electrostatic Rod and Cloth
  • Demo 39-03 Electrostatic Ping-Pong Deflection
  • Demo 39-04 Electrostatic Ping-Pong Balls
  • Demo 39-06 Piezoelectric Sparker
Section 3: Conductors and Insulators
  • Demo 39-05 Conductors and Insulators
  • Demo 40-01 Electrostatic Induction
  • Demo 40-02 Metal Rod Attraction
  • Demo 40-03 Electrophorus
  • Demo 40-04 Induction Generator
  • Demo 40-05 Kelvin Water Dropper
  • Demo 40-06 Wooden Needle
Section 4: Coulomb’s Law
Section 5: Charge is Quantized
  • Demo 41-11 Electron Discharge Tube with Wheel
  • Demo 66-07 Millikan Oil Drop
Section 6: Charge is Conserved

Chapter 22: Electric Fields

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: The Electric Field
  • Demo 41-10 Smoke Precipitation
Section 3: Electric Field Lines
Section 4: The Electric Field Due to a Point Charge
  • Demo 41-04 Electric Field
Section 5: The Electric Field Due to an Electric Dipole
  • Demo 41-04 Electric Field
Section 6: The Electric Field Due to a Line of Charge
Section 7: The Electric Field Due to a Charged Disk
Section 8: A Point Charge in an Electric Field
  • Demo 41-01 Van de Graaff Generator
  • Demo 41-03 Van de Graaff and Wand
  • Demo 41-05 Lightning Rod
  • Demo 66-07 Millikan Oil Drop
Section 9: A Dipole in an Electric Field

Chapter 23: Gauss’ Law

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Flux
Section 3: Flux of an Electric Field 23-4 Gauss’ Law
Section 5: Gauss’ Law and Coulomb’s Law
Section 6: A Charged Isolated Conductor
Section 7: Applying Gauss’ Law: Cylindrical Symmetry
Section 8: Applying Gauss’ Law: Planar Symmetry
Section 9: Applying Gauss’ Law: Spherical Symmetry
  • Demo 41-02 Van de Graaff with Streamers
  • Demo 41-04 Electric Field

Chapter 24: Electric Potential

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Electric Potential Energy
Section 3: Electric Potential
Section 4: Equipotential Surfaces
Section 5: Calculating the Potential from the Field
Section 6: Potential Due to a Point Charge
Section 7: Potential Due to a Group of Point Charges
Section 8: Potential Due to an Electric Dipole
Section 9: Potential Due to a Continuous Charge Distribution
Section 10: Calculating the Field from the Potential
Section 11: Electric Potential Energy of a System of Point Charges
Section 12: Potential of a Charged Isolated Conductor
  • Demo 41-06 Pinwheel
  • Demo 41-07 Point and Candle
  • Demo 41-08 Faraday Cage
  • Demo 41-09 Faraday Ice Pail

Chapter 25: Capacitance

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Capacitance
  • Demo 46-01 Leyden Jars on Toepler Holtz
Section 3: Calculating the Capacitance
  • Demo 46-02 Parallel Plate Capacitor
  • Demo 46-04 Rotary Capacitor
Section 4: Capacitors in Parallel and Series
  • Demo 46-10 Series/Parallel Capacitors
Section 5: Energy Stored in an Electric Field
  • Demo 46-01 Leyden Jars on Toepler Holtz
  • Demo 46-06 Exploding Capacitor
  • Demo 46-09 Grounded Leyden Jar
Section 6: Capacitor with a Dielectric
  • Demo 46-03 Parallel Plate Capacitor Dielectrics
  • Demo 46-07 Force on a Dielectric
  • Demo 46-08 Dissectible Capacitor
Section 7: Dielectrics: An Atomic View
Section 8: Dielectrics and Gauss” Law

Chapter 26: Current and Resistance

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Electric Current
  • Demo 42-10 Conservation of Current
Section 3: Current Density
  • Demo 42-05 Electron Motion Model
Section 4: Resistance and Resistivity
  • Demo 42-01 Resistance Wires
  • Demo 42-03 Heated Wire
  • Demo 42-04 Cooled Wire
  • Demo 42-05 Electron Motion Model
  • Demo 45-01 Conductivity of Solutions
  • Demo 45-03 Pickle Frying
  • Demo 45-04 Electrolysis
  • Demo 45-05 Electroplating
Section 5: Ohm’s Law
  • Demo 42-02 Ohm’s Law
  • Demo 44-01 Neon Bulb Resistivity
  • Demo 44-02 Carbon and Tungsten Lamps
Section 6: A Microscopic View of Ohm’s Law
  • Demo 42-05 Electron Motion Model
Section 7: Power in Electric Circuits
  • Demo 43-05 Voltage Drops in House Wires
  • Demo 43-06 I2R Losses
  • Demo 43-07 Hot Dog Frying
Section 8: Semiconductors
  • Demo 37-02 Crystal Models
  • Demo 37-03 Faults in Crystal
  • Demo 44-03 Diode
  • Demo 44-04 Rectifier Circuit
  • Demo 44-05 Transistor Amplifier
Section 9: Superconductors
  • Demo 37-01 Superconductors

Chapter 27: Circuits

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: “Pumping” Charges
  • Demo 45-02 Battery Effect
  • Demo 46-05 Battery and Separable Capacitor
Section 3: Energy, Work, and Emf
  • Demo 43-03 Internal Resistance of Batteries
Section 4: Calculating the Current in a Single-Loop Circuit
  • Demo 43-01 Voltage Drop Along Wire
  • Demo 43-02 Sum of IR Drops
Section 5: Other Single-Loop Circuits
  • Demo 43-03 Internal Resistance of Batteries
Section 6: Potential Difference Between Two Points
  • Demo 43-01 Voltage Drop Along Wire
Section 7: Multiloop Circuits
  • Demo 42-06 Series/Parallel Resistors
  • Demo 42-07 Series/Parallel Light Bulbs
  • Demo 42-08 Wheatstone Bridge
  • Demo 42-10 Conservation of Current
Section 8: The Ammeter and Voltmeter
  • Demo 42-09 Galvanometer as Voltmeter and Ammeter
  • Demo 43-04 Loading by a Voltmeter
Section 9: RC Circuits
  • Demo 46-11 RC Charging Curve
  • Demo 46-12 Relaxation Oscillator

Chapter 28: Magnetic Fields

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: What Produces a Magnetic Field?
  • Demo 47-01 Magnetic Attraction/Repulsion
  • Demo 47-02 Lodestone
Section 3: The Definition of B
  • Demo 47-03 Dip Needle
  • Demo 47-04 Magnetic Fields Around Bar Magnets
  • Demo 47-05 Broken Magnet
  • Demo 47-06 Lowest Energy Configuration
Section 4: Crossed Fields: Discovery of the Electron
  • Demo 50-03 Deflected Electron Beam
Section 5: Crossed Fields: The Hall Effect
  • Demo 50-10 Hall Effect
Section 6: A Circulating Charged Particle
  • Demo 50-04 Fine Beam Tube
Section 7: Cyclotrons and Synchrotrons
Section 8: Magnetic Force on a Current-Carrying Wire
  • Demo 50-01 Jumping Wire
  • Demo 50-05 Barlow’s Wheel
  • Demo 50-06 Ion Motor
Section 9: Torque on a Current Loop
  • Demo 50-02 Ampere’s Frame
  • Demo 50-08 D’Arsonval Meter
  • Demo 50-09 DC Motor
Section 10: The Magnetic Dipole Moment

Chapter 29: Magnetic Fields Due to Currents

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Calculating the Magnetic Field Due to a Current
  • Demo 48-01 Right-Hand Rule
  • Demo 48-02 Oersted’s Needle
  • Demo 48-03 Magnetic Fields Around Currents
  • Demo 48-08 Biot-Savart Law
Section 3: Force Between Two Parallel Currents
  • Demo 48-07 Pinch Wires
Section 4: Ampere’s Law
Section 5: Solenoids and Toroids
  • Demo 38-02 Thermoelectric Magnet
  • Demo 48-04 Solenoid Bar Magnet
  • Demo 48-05 Large Electromagnet
  • Demo 48-06 Electromagnet with 1.5 V Battery
Section 6: A Current-Carrying Coil as a Magnetic Dipole

Chapter 30: Induction and Inductance

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Two Experiments
  • Demo 51-02 10/20/40 Coils with Magnet
Section 3: Faraday’s Law of Induction
  • Demo 51-01 Wire and Magnet
  • Demo 51-03 Earth Coil
  • Demo 51-04 Faraday Disc
Section 4: Lenz’s Law
  • Demo 51-06 Current-Coupled Pendula
  • Demo 51-09 Faraday Repulsion Coil
Section 5: Induction and Energy Transfers
  • Demo 51-08 Thomson’s Flying Ring
  • Demo 52-01 Eddy Current Pendulum
  • Demo 52-02 Arago’s Disc
  • Demo 52-03 Eddy Current Tubes
  • Demo 52-04 Electromagnetic Can Breaker
Section 6: Induced Electric Fields
  • Demo 51-08 Thomson’s Flying Ring
Section 7: Inductors and Inductance
  • Demo 54-03 Lamps in Parallel with Solenoid
Section 8: Self-Induction
  • Demo 54-01 Inductance Spark
Section 9: RL Circuits
  • Demo 51-07 Inductive Coil with Lamp
Section 10: Energy Stored in a Magnetic Field
  • Demo 54-01 Inductance Spark
Section 11: Energy Density of a Magnetic Field 30-12 Mutual Induction
  • Demo 51-10 Two Coils

Chapter 31: Electromagnetic Oscillations and Alternating Current

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: LC Oscillations, Qualitatively
  • Demo 55-02 Damped LRC Oscillation
Section 3: The Electrical-Mechanical Analogy
Section 4: LC Oscillations, Quantitatively
Section 5: Damped Oscillations in an RLC Circuit
  • Demo 55-02 Damped LRC Oscillation
Section 6: Alternating Current
  • Demo 50-07 AC/DC Magnetic Contrast
  • Demo 51-05 AC/DC Generator
  • Demo 54-02 Inductor with Lamp on AC
Section 7: Forced Oscillations
  • Demo 55-01 Driven LRC Circuit
Section 8: Three Simple Circuits
Section 9: The Series RLC Circuit
  • Demo 55-01 Driven LRC Circuit
Section 10: Power in Alternating-Current Circuits
  • Demo 55-01 Driven LRC Circuit
  • Demo 55-03 Tesla Coil
Section 11: Transformers
  • Demo 51-11 Induction Coil
  • Demo 51-12 Vertical Primary and Secondary Coils
  • Demo 51-13 Transformers
  • Demo 55-03 Tesla Coil

Chapter 32: Maxwell’s Equations; Magnetism of Matter

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Gauss’ Law for Magnetic Fields
  • Demo 47-01 Magnetic Attraction/Repulsion
  • Demo 47-04 Magnetic Fields Around Bar Magnets
  • Demo 47-05 Broken Magnet
Section 3: Induced Magnetic Fields
Section 4: Displacement Current 32-5 Maxwell’s Equations
Section 6: Magnets
  • Demo 47-02 Lodestone
  • Demo 47-03 Dip Needle
Section 7: Magnetism and Electrons
Section 8: Magnetic Materials
Section 9: Diamagnetism
  • Demo 49-08 Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism
Section 10: Paramagnetism
  • Demo 49-08 Paramagnetism and Diamagnetism
Section 11: Ferromagnetism
  • Demo 49-01 Magnetizing Iron by Contact
  • Demo 49-02 Magnetic Domain Model
  • Demo 49-03 Magnetizing Iron
  • Demo 49-04 Demagnetizing Iron by Hammering
  • Demo 49-05 Barkhausen Effect
  • Demo 49-06 Magnetic Shielding
  • Demo 49-07 Permalloy in Earth’s Field
  • Demo 49-09 Dysprosium in Liquid Nitrogen
  • Demo 49-10 Curie Nickel
  • Demo 49-11 Curie Temperature Wheel
  • Demo 53-01 Hysteresis Curve
  • Demo 53-02 Hysteresis Waste Heat
  • Demo 56-07 Lecher Wires
  • Demo 56-09 Microwave Standing Waves
  • Demo 56-10 Microwave Absorption
  • Demo 56-11 Radio in Faraday Cage

Óptica y Relativismo

Chapter 33: Electromagnetic Waves

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Maxwell’s Rainbow
  • Demo 56-01 Light in a Vacuum
  • Demo 56-05 Radio Waves
  • Demo 56-08 Microwave Unit
  • Demo 59-04 Three Different Prisms
  • Demo 63-01 Infrared in Spectrum
  • Demo 63-02 Colors in Spectral Light
  • Demo 63-03 Rainbow Disc
  • Demo 63-04 Newton’s Color Disc
  • Demo 63-05 Additive Color Mixing
Section 3: The Traveling Electromagnetic Wave, Qualitatively
Section 4: The Traveling Electromagnetic Wave, Quantitatively
Section 5: Energy Transport and the Poynting Vector
Section 6: Radiation Pressure
  • Demo 56-04 Inverse Square Law
Section 7: Polarization
  • Demo 64-01 Polaroid Sheets Crossed and Uncrossed
  • Demo 64-02 Polaroids Cut at 45 Degrees
  • Demo 64-03 Rotation by Polarizing Filter
  • Demo 64-04 Microwave Polarization
  • Demo 64-07 Polarization by Scattering
  • Demo 64-08 Artificial Sunset
  • Demo 65-01 Optical Activity in Cellophane Tape
  • Demo 65-02 Polarized Lion
  • Demo 65-03 Optical Activity in Corn Syrup
  • Demo 65-04 Polage
  • Demo 65-05 Photoelastic Sress Figures
  • Demo 65-06 Barbershop Sugar Tube
  • Demo 65-07 Quarter Wave Plate
  • Demo 65-08 Double Refraction in Calcite
  • Demo 65-09 Liquid Crystal Sheets
Section 8: Reflection and Refraction
  • Demo 57-01 Microwave Reflection
  • Demo 57-02 Diffuse/Specular Reflection
  • Demo 57-03 Angles of Incidence and Reflection
  • Demo 59-01 Refraction/Reflection from Plastic Block
  • Demo 59-02 Small Refraction Tank
  • Demo 59-03 Acrylic/Lead Glass Refraction
  • Demo 59-04 Three Different Prisms
  • Demo 59-05 Disappearing Eye Dropper
Section 9: Total Internal Reflection
  • Demo 59-06 Critical Angle/Total Internal Reflection
  • Demo 59-07 Silver Soot Ball
  • Demo 59-08 Light Pipes
  • Demo 59-09 Optical Path in Fibers
  • Demo 59-10 Laser Waterfall
Section 10: Polarization by Reflection
  • Demo 64-05 Polarization by Reflection
  • Demo 64-06 Polarization by Double Reflection

Chapter 34: Images

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Two Types of Images
  • Demo 56-02 Straight Line Propagation
  • Demo 56-03 Pinhole Camera
  • Demo 56-06 Impossible Triangle
Section 3: Plane Mirrors
  • Demo 57-01 Microwave Reflection
  • Demo 57-02 Diffuse/Specular Reflection
  • Demo 57-03 Angles of Incidence and Reflection
  • Demo 57-04 Location of Image
  • Demo 57-05 Parity Reversal in a Mirror
  • Demo 57-06 Hinged Mirrors
  • Demo 57-07 Corner Reflector
  • Demo 57-08 Barbershop Mirrors
  • Demo 57-09 Mirror Box
Section 4: Spherical Mirrors
  • Demo 58-01 Concave and Convex Mirrors
  • Demo 58-02 Spherical Aberration in a Mirror
  • Demo 58-03 Energy at a Focal Point
  • Demo 58-04 Heat Focusing
  • Demo 58-05 Large Concave Mirror
Section 5: Images from Spherical Mirrors
Section 6: Spherical Refracting Surfaces
Section 7: Thin Lenses
  • Demo 60-01 Real Image Formation
  • Demo 60-02 Lens Magnification
  • Demo 60-03 Ray Tracing with Lenses
  • Demo 60-04 Fresnel Lens
  • Demo 60-05 Fillable Air Lenses
  • Demo 60-06 Spherical Aberration
  • Demo 60-07 Chromatic Aberration
  • Demo 60-08 Astigmatism
  • Demo 60-09 Off Axis Distortion
Section 8: Optical Instruments
  • Demo 60-02 Lens Magnification
Section 9: Three Proofs

Chapter 35: Interference

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Light as a Wave
Section 3: Diffraction
  • Demo 61-01 Microwave Diffraction
  • Demo 61-02 Single Slit Diffraction
  • Demo 61-03 Single Slit Diffraction (Cornell Slides)
  • Demo 61-04 Thin Wire Diffraction
  • Demo 61-05 Poisson’s Bright Spot
  • Demo 61-06 Shadow of Needle
  • Demo 61-07 Pin Hole Diffraction
  • Demo 61-08 Knife Edge Diffraction
  • Demo 61-09 Resolving Power
Section 4: Young’s Interference Experiment
  • Demo 62-01 Microwave Double Slit Interference
  • Demo 62-02 Double Slit Interference
Section 5: Coherence
Section 6: Intensity in Double-Slit Interference
  • Demo 62-03 Multiple Slit Interference
  • Demo 62-04 Interference Gratings
Section 7: Interference from Thin Films
  • Demo 62-05 Glass Plates in Sodium Light
  • Demo 62-06 Newton’s Rings
  • Demo 62-07 Interference Filters
  • Demo 62-08 Pohl’s Mica Sheet
  • Demo 62-09 Soap Film Interference
Section 8: Michelson’s Interferometer
  • Demo 62-10 Microwave Interferometer
  • Demo 62-11 Michelson Interferometer with White Light

Chapter 36: Diffraction

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Diffraction and the Wave Theory of Light
  • Demo 61-04 Thin Wire Diffraction
  • Demo 61-05 Poisson’s Bright Spot
  • Demo 61-06 Shadow of Needle
  • Demo 61-07 Pin Hole Diffraction
  • Demo 61-08 Knife Edge Diffraction
  • Demo 61-09 Resolving Power
Section 3: Diffraction by a Single Slit: Locating the Minima
  • Demo 61-01 Microwave Diffraction
  • Demo 61-02 Single Slit Diffraction
  • Demo 61-03 Single Slit Diffraction (Cornell Slides)
Section 4: Intensity in Single-Slit Diffraction, Qualitatively
Section 5: Intensity in Single-Slit Diffraction, Quantitatively
Section 6: Diffraction by a Circular Aperture
  • Demo 61-07 Pin Hole Diffraction
Section 7: Diffraction by a Double Slit
  • Demo 62-01 Microwave Double Slit Interference
  • Demo 62-02 Double Slit Interference
Section 8: Diffraction Gratings
  • Demo 62-03 Multiple Slit Interference
  • Demo 62-04 Interference Gratings
  • Demo 62-12 Holograms
Section 9: Gratings: Dispersion and Resolving Power
Section 10: X-Ray Diffraction

Chapter 37: Relativity

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: The Postulates
Section 3: Measuring an Event 37-4 The Relativity of Simultaneity
Section 5: The Relativity of Time 37-6 The Relativity of Length
Section 7: The Lorentz Transformation
Section 8: Some Consequences of the Lorentz Equations
Section 9: The Relativity of Velocities
Section 10: Doppler Effect for Light
Section 11: A New Look at Momentum
Section 12: A New Look at Energy

Física de partículas

Chapter 38: Photons and Matter Waves

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: The Photon, the Quantum of Light
Section 3: The Photoelectric Effect
  • Demo 66-02 Photoelectric Effect in Zinc
  • Demo 66-03 X-ray Ionization
  • Demo 66-04 Solar Cells
Section 4: Photons Have Momentum
Section 5: Light as a Probability Wave
Section 6: Electrons and Matter Waves
  • Demo 66-06 Electron Diffraction
Section 7: Schrödinger’s Equation
Section 8: Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle
Section 9: Barrier Tunneling
  • Demo 66-05 Microwave Barrier Penetration

Chapter 39: More About Matter Waves

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: String Waves and Matter Waves
Section 3: Energies of a Trapped Electron
Section 4: Wave Functions of a Trapped Electron
Section 5: An Electron in a Finite Well
Sectino 6: More Electron Traps
Section 7: Two- and Three-Dimensional Electron Traps
Section 8: The Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom
Section 9: Schrödinger’s Equation and the Hydrogen Atom
  • Demo 67-01 Emission Spectra

Chapter 40: All About Atoms

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Some Properties of Atoms
  • Demo 67-01 Emission Spectra
  • Demo 67-02 Spectral Absorption by Sodium Vapor
  • Demo 67-03 Thermionic Emission
  • Demo 67-04 Electron Discharge Tube with Cross
  • Demo 67-05 Discharge Tube and Vacuum Pump
  • Demo 67-06 Plasma Tube
  • Demo 67-07 Flame Salts
  • Demo 67-09 Triboluminescence
  • Demo 67-10 Luminescence
  • Demo 67-11 Fluorescence
  • Demo 67-12 Franck-Hertz Effect
Section 3: Electron Spin
Section 4: Angular Momenta and Magnetic Dipole Moments
Section 5: The Stern-Gerlach Experiment
Section 6: Magnetic Resonance
Section 7: The Pauli Exclusion Principle
Section 8: Multiple Electrons in Rectangular Traps
Section 9: Building the Periodic Table
Section 10: X-Rays and the Ordering of the Elements
Section 11: Lasers and Laser Light
Section 12: How Lasers Work

Chapter 41: Conduction of Electricity in Solids

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: The Electrical Properties of Solids
  • Demo 42-05 Electron Motion Model
Section 3: Energy Levels in a Crystalline Solid
  • Demo 37-02 Crystal Models
  • Demo 37-03 Faults in Crystal
Section 4: Insulators
Section 5: Metals
Section 6: Semiconductors
Section 7: Doped Semiconductors
Section 8: The p-n Junction
Section 9: The Junction Rectifier
  • Demo 44-03 Diode
  • Demo 44-04 Rectifier Circuit
Section 10: The Light-Emitting Diode
Section 11: The Transistor
  • Demo 44-05 Transistor Amplifier

Chapter 42: Nuclear Physics

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Discovering the Nucleus
  • Demo 68-01 Rutherford Scattering
Section 3: Some Nuclear Properties
Section 4: Radioactive Decay
  • Demo 68-04 Half-Life
Section 5: Alpha Decay
  • Demo 68-02 Nuclear Shielding
Section 6: Beta Decay
  • Demo 68-02 Nuclear Shielding
Section 7: Radioactive Dating
  • Demo 68-04 Half-Life
Section 8: Measuring Radiation Dosage
Section 9: Nuclear Models

Chapter 43: Energy from the Nucleus

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Nuclear Fission: The Basic Process
  • Demo 68-03 Mousetrap Chain Reaction
Section 3: The Nuclear Reactor
  • Demo 68-03 Mousetrap Chain Reaction
Section 4: A Natural Nuclear Reaction
Section 5: Thermonuclear Fusion: The Basic Process
Section 6: Thermonuclear Fusion in the Sun and Other Stars
Section 7: Controlled Nuclear Fusion

Chapter 44: Quarks, Leptons, and the Big Bang

Section 1: What is Physics?
Section 2: Particles, Particles, Particles
  • Demo 68-05 Cosmic Rays
Section 3: An Interlude
Section 4: The Leptons
Section 5: The Hadrons
Section 6: Still Another Conservation Law
Section 7: The Eightfold Way
Section 8: The Quark Model
Section 9: The Basic Forces and Messenger Particles
Section 10: A Pause for Reflection
Section 11: The Universe is Expanding
Section 12: The Cosmic Background Radiation
Section 13: Dark Matter
Section 14: The Big Bang
Section 15: A Summing Up