Physics 1-5-16 Conservation of Momentum

PHYSICS: Welcome back and happy new year! Great job beginning your own investigation of the law of conservation of momentum! What about this Newton’s cradle? Can you see the conservation of momentum?

Go play with the problems and we’ll talk more about collisions tomorrow!

Have you got a copy of the syllabus yet? It’s really important that you read it carefully and follow up – especially as pertains to future endeavors!

January05 1258 p5 from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.

Chemistry 1-5-16 Intro to Radioactivity

CHEMISTRY: Happy new year and welcome to nuclear chemistry! So you don’t want me to change all of your money to gold? Somehow I don’t blame you! πŸ™‚

We’ll begin this chapter with lots of cool history, and I think you’ll be surprised how much nuclear chemistry is already a part of your everyday life. Also now you know where E=mc2 came from!!

Have you got a copy of the syllabus yet? It’s very important that you read it carefully – especially so you’ll know what to do about the half-life lab.

By the way, you ought to read about the life of Marie Cure. Fascinating woman of science with an incredible story!

Chemistry 1-5-16 Intro to Radioactivity from Tammy Skinner on Vimeo.