SYN - Physics Education

By Walter Unglaub

Physics is a subject that, in part, allows us to learn a lot more about the world around us than we ever thought possible. Get tips on physics with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video series.

  • How Do Bombs Do Damage?

    There are three primary ways in which a bomb that detonates does damage.Find out about how bombs do damage with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip.

  • What Are Boson & Hadron Particles?

    Bosons are a type of particle that we find in nature that obey a certain type of statistics. Find out about boson and hadron particles with help from an experienced physics professional in this free ...

  • Describe the Concepts of Relative & Absolute Time

    Absolute time is the notion of how time flows in the universe before the advent of the formulation of special relativity. Get a description of the concepts of relative and absolute time with help ...

  • What Is the Difference Between First, Second & Third Class Levers?

    The difference between first, second and third class levers lies in the relative positioning of three items. Find out about the difference between first, second and third class levers with help from ...

  • Equation for Manipulating Density

    If we want to calculate the density in three dimensions, we have the Greek letter rho, which will stand for the density. Find out about an equation for manipulating density with help from an ...

  • Explain What It Means When We Say a Substance Is Magnetic

    If we have a substance and we call it magnetic, this can describe one of two things. Find out about what it means when we say a substance is magnetic with help from an experienced physics ...

  • Are the Forces on an Object Balanced When the Net Force Is Zero?

    Newton's second law describes the resultant effect of having several external forces acting on an object. Find out if the forces on an object are balanced when the net force is zero with help from an ...

  • What Is "Gram-Equivalent"?

    Gram-equivalent is a notion that is used in the fields of chemistry and chemical engineering. Learn more about gram-equivalent with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video ...

  • What Are Light-Absorbing Substances Called?

    It turns out light-absorbing substances are referred to as pigments. Find out more about what light-absorbing substances are called with help from an experienced physics professional in this free ...

  • Which One of Copernicus' Theories Was Incorrect?

    Copernicus is most famously known for his heliocentric view of the universe. Find out which of Copernicus' theories was incorrect with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video ...

  • How to Read Atomic Mass

    Atomic mass is denoted by the symbol u, which stands for unified atomic mass unit. Read atomic mass with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip.

  • What Is the Spectrochemical Series?

    chemistry and in crystal theory, the spectrochemical series is actually a set of two lists that describes ligands, which are molecules or ions that bind to essential metal atoms. Find out about the ...

  • What Is Thrust?

    Thrust is a type of reaction force due to the acceleration of matter in a separate direction. Find out more about thrust with help from an experienced physics professional in this free video clip.

  • What Two Factors Determine the Atomic Radius of an Element?

    There are several factors that determine the atomic size for any given element. Find out about the two factors that determine the atomic radius of an element with help from an experienced physics ...

  • What Type of Force Exists Between the North & South Magnetic Poles?

    The south magnetic pole is located at the north geodetic or geographic pole. Find out what type of force exists between the north and south poles with help from an experienced physics professional in ...

  • How Are the Velocity & the Centripetal Force Vectors Arranged in Circular Motion?

    Velocity and centripetal force vectors are arranged in circular motion in a very specific way. Find out about how velocity and centripetal force vectors are arranged in circular motion with help from ...

  • Breaking Down Forces Into Components

    A force is a vector, which means that it can be broken up into a set of orthogonal components. Learn about breaking down forces into components with help from an experienced physics professional in ...