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Electrolysis of Water Experiment

Energy is stored in the bonds of molecules. When these bonds split apart, the energy released can be used to do work. Breaking apart liquid water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen gas creates an enor ...

How to Make a Periscope

Periscopes were invented to observe things from a hidden position. They were used to see above water from submarines, in all directions from inside a tank, and above ground from trenches by soldiers d ...

Buoyant Force of Water

Why does a rock sink in water while a gigantic steel aircraft carrier floats? The aircraft carrier is much heavier, but glides along the ocean surface with ease. Clearly, weight isn’t the entire story ...

How to Reduce Friction

Newton’s First Law of Motion states that when an object is set in motion, it will remain in motion until acted on by an outside force. Theoretically, this could mean you could travel at the same speed ...

WiFi Signal Strength

When wireless signals leave a WiFi hotspot and travel to a computer or other wireless device, the wifi signal strength decays as it passes through air or solid objects. This is why a computer may be u ...

Wind Tunnel Experiment

Swiss scientist Daniel Bernoulli is often considered the father of fluid mechanics, and developed a mathematical relationship between pressure and fluid flow in the 18th century. Both liquids and gase ...

Does Leaving Your Computer on 24/7 Eventually Lead to A Slower CPU Speed or More Frequent “Freezes”?

In this experiment, we will discover whether leaving a computer on 24/7 will lead to more frequent crashes, freezes, and an overall slower processing speed. We will be experimenting with 2 brand new, ...

Bridge Over Troubled Water

Explore how length affects the weight a bridge can hold.It is an educational content by education.com.By clicking on the title of this resource, you will be redirected to the content. If you want to d ...

Third-Class Levers in the Human Body

A lever is a type of simple machine where a rigid arm is arranged around a fixed point or fulcrum. Input, the force you put in, directed into an output force. The classic example of a lever is a seesa ...

What Is a Compound Microscope?

Optics is a branch of physics that studies the interactions of light with objects. Microscopes, cameras and other transparent “looking devices” use lenses to change the way we see objects. Using magni ...

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