Physics experiment: egg in the bottle

03/03/17| Experimental physicsUncategorized

Learning physics depends on curiosity and interest, so experiments are so important. For starters, one of the most classic and easy: the egg in the bottle. A lot of people think it’s a trick, but the experiment is a practical example of how we are subject to atmospheric pressure. The experiment The egg in the […]

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Physics in everyday life: technology

03/03/17| Physics in everyday lifeUncategorized

From the concepts introduced by Max Planck, many technologies present in our everyday life could arise. Computers, cell phones and even the Internet only exist thanks to Modern Physics and the “father of quantum physics”. Understand a little better. The beginning of everything Based on Robert Kirchhoff’s studies, Max Planck tried to find a way […]

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Safety in the lab

03/03/17| Experimental physicsUncategorized

Experimental classes are always full of excitement, but working in a physics or chemistry lab requires special care. It is essential that the person in charge keeps the authority and advises the students about some basic rules of safety and attitudes that may represent danger to the class. In order for the class to be […]

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