Physics

Exploring the Future of Physics Experiments | The Rise of Virtual Labs

Last Updated on January 24, 2024 by Nourhan Essam Virtual labs for physics experiments are digital e-learning platforms that allow students to perform and understand physics experiments in a simulated environment. These platforms offer a variety of features, such as 3D immersive, interactive, realistic environments, and the ability to repeat experiments many times. They cover various fields of physics, including …

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Einstein’s Theory of Relativity: Understanding General and Special Relativity

Last Updated on December 22, 2022 by Sherouk Badr Shehata One of the most famous and revolutionary scientific theories of the 20th century is Einstein’s theory of relativity. It was proposed by the German-born physicist, Albert Einstein, in 1905 and has since then been accepted as a fundamental theory of physics. This theory has brought about a radical transformation in …

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Separating Mixtures| Learn How to Get Fresh Water From Sea Water

Separating Mixtures| Learn How to Get Fresh Water From Sea Water

Last Updated on December 20, 2022 by Nourhan Essam Have you ever thought about how we can get fresh water from sea water? Or how can we get the skim milk? Or how is blood separated into its four components in hospitals and blood banks? Sand and water/ Cereal and milk/ Sugar and salt/ Salt and water/ Water and ethanol/ …

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Exploring the Free Fall Experiment: A Comprehensive Guide (with Equations)

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Last Updated on December 10, 2022 by Sherouk Badr Shehata Have you ever dreamed of defying gravity? That dream can now become a reality with the free-fall experiment. This experiment is a great way to learn about the principles of gravity, acceleration, and the conservation of energy. It is also a really fun and interactive way to explore one of …

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Free-Body Diagrams– How to Exclusively Chart the Path of an Object’s motion

Last Updated on November 15, 2022 by Sara Assem Have you ever wondered how physicists create free-body diagrams? What about economists or biologists? All of these professionals use specific symbols to chart the motion of an object. The importance and virality of free-body diagrams (FBD) in physics are beyond description. Free-body diagrams emerged since Newton’s laws of motion stretched out …

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