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Physics of Collisions

Collisions

Collisions occur around us constantly. To know how objects behave when they collide, an understanding of some important concepts of physics is needed. This clip features many examples of collisions, and examines how applying Newton’s Laws of Motion, principles of energy and measuring variable quantities enable us to understand and predict the behaviour of colliding objects. It is an ideal resource for senior level physics students.

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Cells and Their Organelles

In-Depth with Cells

Every cell contains unique structures, each with a specific function. This programme contains engaging visuals and addresses important curriculum content, exploring the structure of eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. Students will learn about the structure and function of the cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, ribosomes, and more.

Episode 1: The Atom with the Golden Electron

Atom Bond

Agent Gold is assigned to investigate Project D, headed by Carbon who has trained millions of other atoms to develop this secret plan. Together with Oxygen and Fluorine, Gold penetrates Carbon’s secret school and finds atoms being drilled about bonding – vital information for Project D.

Physics of Collisions

Collisions

This clip features many examples of collisions, and examines how applying Newton’s Laws of Motion, principles of energy and measuring variable quantities enable us to understand and predict the behaviour of colliding objects. It is an ideal resource for senior level physics students.

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