Bohr's Model of the Atom
A good way to introduce quantum theory is to profile the individuals who pioneered it. This program focuses on Niels Bohr’s contributions to our understanding of the atom and the behavior of subatomic particles according to quantum mechanics. Outlining theoretical precursors of quantum physics—including the ideas of John Dalton and J. J. Thomson—and a brief biography of Bohr, the video shows how the Danish physicist devised his atomic model and sheds light on his first and second postulates. Clever animation and helpful summaries enrich this valuable survey of the history and legacy of Bohr’s achievements. Viewable/printable educational resources are available online.
Catching the Sun: The Physics of Solar Energy
Electricity and heat—two forms of energy that American households and businesses can’t do without. More and more consumers and companies are realizing that we can’t rely on fossil fuels for these necessities and must switch to renewable sources.
This program is designed to introduce students to the chemistry involved in the process of corrosion.
Part of the Series : Direct Current: Understanding DC Electricity
The Series Includes : Charging System Operation | Charging System Service | Ignition System Operation | Ignition System Service | Starting System Operation | Starting System Service | Using a Load Tester
Part of the Series : Physics in Action
program explains that yes, just like machines, living things consume energy.