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Your own Sundial

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How to Build a Sundial Sundials are the oldest way to tell time. The position of the sun changes during the day. The sun doesn’t […]

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Faraday Experiment

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Faraday’s Experiment Michael Faraday was a 19th century English scientist who is credited with many great discoveries in the realm of physics and chemistry, specifically […]

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Light and its Dual Nature

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Young’s experiment and the dual nature of light Abstract Light has a dual nature: it has the characteristics of both waveforms and particles. This science […]

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To and Fro Motions

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Simple Harmonic Motion: Pendulum The movement of a pendulum is called simple harmonic motion: when moved from a starting position, the pendulum feels a restoring […]

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A Soda Bottle Magnetometer

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A Soda Bottle Magnetometer Introduction Solar storms can affect the Earth’s magnetic field causing small changes in its direction at the surface which are called […]

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Sunspots

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Sunspots Overview: View sunspots through a telescope or ‘pinhole’ camera. Equipment: Telescope or a small ‘pinhole camera’ created by making a small hole with an […]

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Coils and Electromagnets

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Coils and Electromagnets Abstract This experiment was done to investigate the relationship between the number of turns in a coil and the voltage induced in […]

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Fire Balloons

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Fire Resistant Balloons Abstract This experiment was performed to demonstrate how heat can be transferred from one surface to another by thermal conduction. The experiment […]