physics

This is a Boomerang Paper Plane - yes it comes back to you.

Ater making this you can make a real paper based boomerang too.

This interactive lesson plan will help learners understand Newton's laws of motion. Teachers can derive their own lesson plan ideas also from this.

Can there be anything common between the change in pitch of the sound of a motor bike as it zips past us and the light emitted by distant stars as they move away from us? Yes! They are subjected to the Doppler effect.

We are told that we live in a universe filled with a mysterious entity called dark energy. In this article we try to explain what scientists mean by dark energy, and how we infer it exists.

This interactive lesson plan helps the learner understand motion and various concepts associated with it.

For a full screen experience please click on the following link: https://www.socratease.in/chapters/intro/motion-1

 

This interactive lesson plan helps the learner understand Motion in a Plane with simulations and inbuilt assessment. Teachers can use it in various ways to discuss the concept of motion among their students.

This interactive lesson plan helps the learner understand periodic motion and various concepts associated with it.

For a full screen experience please click on the following link: https://www.socratease.in/chapters/intro/oscillations-1

 

A great deal of science can be explained through simple experiments, performed at home, using locally available and low-cost material. Similarly, science can also be discovered by questioning a phenomenon or incident. This article presents a few simple but exciting experiments that can be used to understand some foundational principles in physics.

Understanding the working of a capacitor is difficult if done only through theories and problem solving. Some real experiments with capacitors can help the student understand its working more easily. If we supplement that with simulation showing what is actually happening like charging/discharging, changing capacitance etc., the learners will be able to grasp the concept more effectively. Even if we lack necessary amenities to do real experiments with capacitors, simulation can help a lot in understanding capacitors in an interactive way.

Google celebrates 340th anniversary of the Scietific world's discovery that light travels at a constant velocity. The doodle is based on Romer’s observation study of Jupiter’s moon Io, that subsequently led to his calculation of the velocity of light.

The crucial discovery was made by Danish scientist Ole Rømer in 1676, while working at the Royal Observatory in Paris. Romer's discovery later became the foundation for several pathbreaking discoveries in Physics.

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