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  • Physics Factsheet: 154. Fluid Dynamics

    Physics Factsheet: 154. Fluid Dynamics

    We can split our look at fluid dynamics into two principal sections:  1. the flow of a fluid (gas or liquid) through a passageway e.g. a  pipe  2. the flow of fluid past an object e....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 155. Aspects of Quantum Theory

    Physics Factsheet: 155. Aspects of Quantum Theory

    It is often said of quantum physics that if you understand it you are missing the point.  That is not quite true, but you do have to put aside  much of what you have learned about physics s...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 156. Properties of Materials

    Physics Factsheet: 156. Properties of Materials

    The properties of materials are a way of describing what a material is capable of and how it will behave under certain conditions.  This is  important when choosing materials for certain jo...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 157. The Physics of the Ear

    Physics Factsheet: 157. The Physics of the Ear

    To understand how our hearing works the first thing is to understand the ear.  Fundamentally the ear’s job is to convert the vibrations of sound through the air into electrical impulses th...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 158. Uses of Lasers

    Physics Factsheet: 158. Uses of Lasers

    LASER stands for Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission  of Radiation.  ...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 159. Non Ionising Medical Imaging: MRI, PET, Ultrasound & Thermography

    Physics Factsheet: 159. Non Ionising Medical Imaging: MRI, PET, Ultrasound & Thermography

    Ultrasound is generated using piezoelectric crystals, which act as  transducers.  The crystal is deformed when an alternating potential  difference is applied across it, causing the c...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 160. X Rays in medicine

    Physics Factsheet: 160. X Rays in medicine

    What are X-rays?  • They are electromagnetic (e.m.) waves of very short wavelength  and high frequency.  • They travel at the speed of light in vacuo (meaning in a vacuum)&...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 161. Reactive Circuits

    Physics Factsheet: 161. Reactive Circuits

    What is alternating current?  A filament lamp can be lit in the same way by alternating current as  by direct current.  With direct current the “free” electrons are pushe...

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  • Physics Factsheet: 162. Converging Lenses

    Physics Factsheet: 162. Converging Lenses

    This Factsheet will summarise some of the basic properties of  converging lenses, and briefly look at a few of the many applications....

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  • Physics Factsheet: 163. Nuclear instability, Fission and Fusion

    Physics Factsheet: 163. Nuclear instability, Fission and Fusion

    An atom has a central core made of protons and neutrons and then  there are electrons orbiting this nucleus. The nucleus is tiny  compared to the whole atom. If the atom were the size of a...

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