Electromagnetism

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  • How Did Niels Henrick David Bohr's Planetary Model

    Niels Henrick David Bohr was born in Copenhagen, Denmark on 1885. In 1911 he received his Ph.D. from Copenhagen University. Later on he moved to England to study under J.J. Thomson in Cambridge and under Ernest Rutherford in Manchester. In 1913 he published his model of the atom, which was based on Rutherford’s planetary model. After his publication of his model he received worldwide fame. Unfortunately, Bohr’s model worked only for hydrogen atoms. Which made the final atomic model yet to be…

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  • Essay On Nikola Tesla

    Nikola Tesla The inventor Nikola Tesla lived from July 10, 1856 to January 7, 1943, he was a well-known engineer who designed the alternating-current (AC) electric system. He was born in what is now Croatia; he came to the United States in 1884 and worked for Thomas Edison for a while before they both went their separate ways. Tesla sold several patent rights to George Westinghouse; one of those was his AC machinery. During Tesla’s career he discovered, designed and developed ideas for a number…

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  • The Solar System: The Big Bang Theory

    The big bang theory is often misinterpreted for what some may describe as the origin of the universe. However, this misconception actually informs us on how our universe was created in one single explosion, which is said to have happened approximately fourteen billion years ago.8 Everything that makes up who we are and what surrounds us started then, as an infinitely small volume that continued to expand in a ridiculously fast rate, where within a matter of minutes the universe became the size…

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  • Okasha's Philosophy Of Science

    What is Science? How do we as humans define it? Is it by the methods people use in investigation? Or is it how we apply concepts? In Okasha’s Philosophy of Science: A Very Short Introduction (1) it attempts to force the reader to look at our own views of how science is defined and if it a satisfactory definition in the realm of Philosophy. The chapter provides several examples on how people determine science: “It is the attempt to understand, explain, and predict the world we live in,” or their…

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  • Ci Engine Essay

    This project is a group work, will be accomplished by three students in about 20 weeks. A single cylinder test engine block will be combined with a Ford cylinder head, then to be installed on the testbed coupled with an AC dynamometer. After connecting the control sensors, the engine will be tested in various operating conditions. 1.1 Background Engine is a machine which converts any form of energy into mechanical energy, especially the combustion engine converts combustion energy into…

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  • Scientific Revolution Vs Religion

    Modern Science would unarguably be completely different without the Scientific Revolution. It was a major moment in the history of Western Culture, not to mention science and it’s history as a whole. Out of the Scientific Revolution came modern science and things like the scientific method were created. Countless scientific discoveries came from the great research of key figures in the scientific revolution such as Newton, Galileo, and Copernicus. The scientific revolution took place in a…

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  • Key Learning Theory

    be taught about ‘the nature of matter, about the atom, chemical reactions, the periodic table and the Earth and the atmosphere’. In physics, the basics of physics should be taught, including; ‘energy, motion and forces, waves, electricity and electromagnetism, matter and space physics’. (DFE, 2013) KS4 content is a continuation and build-up of the principles and ideas that are introduced in KS3. At this level, more insight and analytical…

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  • Big Bang Theory Of Origin Essay

    The creation of the universe, a vast and controversial subject of origins, is constantly debated, twisted, and altered to reach a point of what some would say, an understanding. Everyone has thought about questions of origin, and this debate is no stranger to conversation between people. The question of origins can arise in any area of study. In the study of chemistry one would wonder, where these elements originated. In more political science studies, specifically government, one would wonder…

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  • Intelligent Design In William Paley's Watchmaker Analogy

    An English clergyman in 1908 reasoned that just as a watch is made up of several different parts, “framed and put together for a purpose,”(cit) so too are natural objects--ranging from the minutest antenna and delicate wings to the larger human body--made up of parts that combine to serve a higher function. As a watch is the handiwork of a watchmaker, nature is the product of a designing intelligence, or God. Thus goes William Paley’s ‘Watchmaker analogy’ from his book Natural Theology (cit)…

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  • S1q2 Science Report: Friction In Everyday Life

    life. It has modernised the world we live in however, there are opposing thoughts on the true benefits. Friction is the force that resists motion of moving objects. Hence, the smoother the surface the less friction there is, unlike gravity or electromagnetism, friction is not a fundamental force. Instead, it is believed that friction is the result of the electromagnetic attraction between two touching surfaces with charged particles. (Ghose) There are 4 main types of friction – static, sliding,…

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