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Chapter 1: Motion
1.0 Introduction   1.0a - Introduction
  1.0b - Discovery of Jack Field
  1.0c - What is Physical Science
1.1 Introduction to Motion   1.1a - Introduction to Motion
  1.1b - Aristotle`s Ideas on Motion
  1.1c - Timeline
  1.1d - Copernicus Galileo Newton
1.2 Speed   1.2a - Distance
  1.2b - Units
  1.2c - Speed
  1.2d - Example
  1.2e - Units for Speed
  1.2f - Distance Time and Average Speed
1.3 Reference Frames   1.3a - Reference Frames
  1.3b - Relative Speeds
  1.3c - Examples
1.4 Graphing Motion   1.4a - Graphing Motion
  1.4b - Graphing Motion
  1.4c - Graphing Motion
  1.4d - The Coordinate Plane
  1.4e - The Slope of a Line
  1.4f - Slope of a Position vs Time Graph
  1.4g - Example
  1.4h - Example
  1.4i - Reading and Interpreting Graphs
1.5 Motion at Various Speeds   1.5a - Motion at Various Speeds
  1.5b - Example: Tectonic Plates
  1.5c - Example: Mt Everest
  1.5d - Example: Bullet fired
  1.5e - Example: SR-71 Blackbird
1.6 Units   1.6a - Units for Speed
  1.6b - Conversion Factors
  1.6c - Mathematical Concepts
  1.6d - Unit Conversion Example 1
  1.6e - Unit Conversion Example 2
  1.6f - Unit Conversion Example 3
  1.6g - Unit Conversion Example 4
  1.6h - Unit Conversion Example 5
1.7 Vectors   1.7a - Vectors
  1.7b - Two Parts of a Vector
  1.7c - Velocity and Speed
1.8 Acceleration   1.8a - Acceleration
  1.8b - Example 1
  1.8c - Example 2
  1.8d - Example 3
  1.8e - Example 4
  1.8f - Graphing Acceleration
  1.8g - Graphs - Constant Velocity
  1.8h - Graphs - Constant Acceleration
  1.8i - Interpreting Velocity Graphs
  1.8j - Interpreting Velocity Graphs

Chapter 2: Newton`s Laws
2.1 Force   2.1a - Force
  2.1b - Net Force
  2.1c - Examples
  2.1d - Everyday Examples
  2.1e - Force can cause acceleration
2.2 Inertia   2.2a - Mass and Inertia
  2.2b - Examples of Inertia
  2.2c - Train hits Truck 1
  2.2d - Train hits Truck 2
  2.2e - Pickup truck example
  2.2f - Car hitting a barrier
  2.2g - Crash Test of 2004 BMW
  2.2h - Pulling a Tablecloth
  2.2i - Pulling a Tablecloth
  2.2j - Aristotle Galileo and Newton
  2.2k - Newton`s First Law
2.3 Newton's Second Law   2.3a - Newton`s Second Law
  2.3b - The Unit for Force
  2.3c - Two Systems of Measurement
  2.3d - Example 1
  2.3e - Example 2
  2.3f - Newton`s Second Law
  2.3g - Net Force
  2.3h - Example 4
2.4 Motion and Force in Two Dimensions   2.4a - Motion and Force in 2d
  2.4b - The Pythagorean Theorem
  2.4c - Examples
  2.4d - Displacement Vectors
  2.4e - Adding Displacement Vectors
  2.4f - Example 3
  2.4g - Example 4
  2.4h - Airplane in the Wind
  2.4i - Adding Force Vectors
  2.4j - Example 5
  2 4k - Example 6
  2.4l - Horizontal and Vertical
  2.4m - Example 7
  2.4n - Example 8
  2.4o - Example 9
  2.4p - Example 10
2.5 Friction   2.5a - Friction
  2.5b - Three Types of Friction
  2.5c - Car Accelerating
  2.5d - Car Braking and ABS
  2.5e - Wheels and Bearings
  2.5f - Friction in Fluids
  2.5g - Extremely low friction
  2.5h - A World Without Friction
2.6 Gravity   2.6a - Gravity
  2.6b - Gravity
  2.6c - Weight
  2.6d - Galileo
  2.6e - Apollo 11 Hammer and Feather
  2.6f - Terminal Velocity
  2.6g - Example 2
  2.6h - Example 3
  2.6i - Projectiles
  2.6j - Key Facts about Projectiles
  2.6k - Two Objects Launched
   2.6l - Two Examples
  2.6m - Orbits
  2.6n - Orbits
  2.6o - Geosynchronous Orbits
2.7 Newton`s Third Law   2.7a - Newton`s Third Law
  2.7b - Examples
  2.7c - Examples
  2.7d - Newton

Chapter 6: Electricity and Magnetism
6.1 Electric Charge   6.1a - The Structure of an Atom
  6.1b - Electric Charge
  6.1c - Static Electricity
6.2 Electric Current   6.2a - Simple Circuits
  6.2b - Conductors and Insulators
6.3 Voltage   6.3a - Voltage
  6.3b - DC and AC
6.4 Ohm`s Law   6.4a - Ohm`s Law
  6.4b - Ohm`s Law - Three Simple Examples
6.5 Series and Parallel   6.5a - Series and Parallel Circuits
6.7 Magnetism   6.7a - Magnetic Fields
  6.7b - Magnets and Magnetic Domains
6.8 Electric Current and Magnetic Fields   6.8a - Electric Current and Magnetic Fields
  6.8b - Magnetic Force on Moving Charge
  6.8c - The Motor Effect
  6.8d - The Generator Effect

Chapter 7: Atoms
7.1 The Elements   7.1a - The Elements
  7.1b - Naming the Elements
7.2 Isotopes   7.2a - Isotopes
  7.2b - Isotopes of Hydrogen
  7.2c - Isotopes of Carbon
7.3 Light   7.3a - The Nature of Light
  7.3b - Light Waves Part 1
  7.3c - Light Waves Part 2
  7.3d - Is Light a Particle
  7.3e - The Double Slit Experiment
  7.3g - The Quantum Hypothesis
  7.3h - Atoms Absorb and Emit Light
7.4 Radioactivity   7.4a - Radiation
  7.4c - The Atomic Nucleus
  7.4d - A typical radioactive decay
  7.4e - A typical radioactive decay
  7.3f - Scientific Revolution
  7.4f -The Decay of Uranium
  7.4g - Ernest Rutherford
7.5 Fission and Fusion   7.5a - Nuclear Fission - Part 1
  7.5b - Nuclear Fission - Part 2
  7.5c - The Manhattan Project
  7.5d - Fission Reactors

Chapter 9: The Earth, Moon, and Sun
9.1 Early Astronomy   9.1f - Eratosthenes
9.2 The Earth, Moon, Sun System   9.2a - The Earth Moon Sun System
  9.2b - Rotation and Revolution

Chapter 10: The Solar System
10.1 Historical Look at the Solar System   10.1a - The Solar System
  10.1b - Ptolemy
  10.1c - Galileo
  10.1d - Brahe and Kepler
  10.1e - Newton
10.2 The Sun   10.2a - The Sun
  10.2c - The Structure of the Sun
  10.2d - The Structure of the Sun
  10.2e - Sunspots Prominences and Flares
10.3 The Inner Solar System   10.3b - Mercury


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