9780071798990

Fun Physics Projects for Tomorrow's Rocket Scientists A Thames and Kosmos Book

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  • ISBN13:

    9780071798990

  • ISBN10:

    0071798994

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1/2/2013
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education TAB

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Summary

Learn all about physics with hands-on experiments and do-it-yourself projects Created in partnership with Thames & Kosmos, a leading brand in the specialty toy and game market, Fun Physics Projects for Tomorrow's Rocket Scientistslets you experience the thrill of scientific discovery. Each project is described, step by step, and illustrated with clear, easy-to-follow photographs. Explanations of the science behind the projects include historical profiles of the discoverers. Build devices with your own hands and use software to measure and quantify your findings. Suitable for classroom use, home study, science fairs, Scouting projects, or just having fun, the book features a variety of simple physics projects covering speed, weight, motion, projectiles, kinetic energy, collisions, liquids, heat, sound, refraction, electricity, and much more. All projects can all be built with easy-to-find materials. You'll get tips for setting up your own home workbench, safely handling materials, operating your finished devices, and using the skills you acquire from the book's projects for further experimentation and exploration. A fun and engaging introduction to physics The projects and activities in the book cover a wide range of physics topics Reader-friendlyideal for younger hobbyists or anyone looking for an introduction to physics A great self-teaching guide that's also an excellent supplement for home schooling or tutoringno previous knowledge of physics required

Table of Contents

Introduction
Ch 1: Cruise Contro1: Constant Speed
Ch 2: Stop and Go: Changing Speed
Ch 3: Free Fall: What Goes Up Must Come Down
Ch 4: Getting Heavy: Weight
Ch 5: Rock and Roll: The Physics of Ramps
Ch 6: Storming the Castle: Projectiles!
Ch 7: Back and Forth: Motion That Repeats
Ch 8: Acceleration: Newton’s Laws of Motion
Ch 9: Merry Go Round: Moving in Circles
Ch 10: Moving Forward with Kinetic Energy
Ch 11: Find the Center: Balancing Objects
Ch 12: Did You See What I Saw: Fulcrums and Spinning Forces
Ch 13: Whacks and Bangs; The Physics of Collisions
Ch 14: Big Gulp: The Physics of Liquids
Ch 15: Up and Away: The Physics of Balloons
Ch 16: Hot Times: The Physics of Heat
Ch 17: Getting Loud: The Physics of Sound
Ch 18: Reflecting and Refracting Light: The Physics of Mirrors and Lenses
Ch 19: Charge It Up! Getting to Know Electricity
Ch 20: Parallel or Series? Basic DC circuits
Ch 21 The Cost of Electricity
Appendixes:
A The Complete Parts List
B Mathematical Extensions
C Suggested Additional Reading
INDEX

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