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Description JoVE Physics collection covers the topics of classical mechanics and thermodynamics also covers concepts like vector addition & subtraction and free-body diagrams, which can be applied to solve problems. Each video explains the principles and math related to the topic, demonstrates an experiment that validates the theoretical hypotheses, and lastly, gives some real-world examples where the physical phenomenon is pertinent.
Subject area Sciences
  Physics
Database Help JoVE Science Education
Part of Part of Journal of Visualized Experiments
Other name Essentials of Physics I
  Essentials of Physics II
  Jove / Essentials of Physics I
  Jove / Essentials of Physics II
  Essentials of Physics 1 & 2
  JoVE Science Education : Physics I
  JoVE Science Education : Physics II

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