#### Science With Acquah – Ask Steve (Episode 3)

Why are there waves on the sea? Why do trains lean on one side? This and many more questions..... www.sciencewithacquah.com

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A short video showing a simple classroom method of checking the way in which this force is related to mass, speed and radius.

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A presentation showing both the ideas about centripetal force and a simple classroom method of checking the way in which this force is related to mass, speed and radius.

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A short clip showing the experimental measurement of the speed of electrical pulses in a cable - a large fraction of the speed of light.

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A presentation showing how to measure the speed of sound over a short distance on a laboratory table.

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A short clip showing the measurement of the speed of sound over short distances.

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An introduction into the writing down of fully balanced chemical equations. The process is explained starting with word equations, finding all the relevant formulas and then working with some useful rules for finding the correct coefficients in the b....

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The concept of oxidation and reduction is explained and generalised using oxidation numbers with ionic and covalent examples. Several equations are balanced, using the oxidation number method to fix various atomic ratios.

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This is a fully interactive program allowing many useful ways of investigating conic sections both visually and algebraically. It comes with a full set of explanatory notes for both teacher and pupil.

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A description and demonstration of the way in which craters formed by dropping objects into sand can be linked to some elementary physics

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