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Introducción canal Física Desmitificada – profesor de física – física mas simple bien explicada.

Introducción canal Física Desmitificada – profesor de física – física mas simple bien explicada.

Welcome to my demystified physical channel. As the name implies, demystified physics, the purpose of this channel is to break with some myths that are generally associated with the study of physics. Many students face these myths, the most common of course, it is the one that indicates that: physics is a very difficult subject, […]

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Custom 2D Physics in Unity Using Verlet Integration

Custom 2D Physics in Unity Using Verlet Integration

So here is a little physics engine I wrote over the weekend. I can’t take all the credit, I was following a C++ tutorial I found online, but I did the work to re-implement it in C#. Basically I wrote the whole thing in one day, with another hour or two to get the line […]

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Quantum Physics and Computers

Quantum Physics and Computers

Hi everyone!! I’m Praveen Jayakumar and we are going to go on a journey through quantum physics and quantum computers this is specially made for the break through junior challenge so, consider this one rupee coin, let this be heads and let this be tails i spin the coin and cover it so it is […]

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These Hybrid Metallic Crystals Are Chemistry’s New Miracle Materials

These Hybrid Metallic Crystals Are Chemistry’s New Miracle Materials

4200 meters above Melbourne, Australia, a chemistry experiment is in progress. These are the samples, which will be injected with metal and organic particles to form crystals at low gravity. And this guy back here is Dr. JJ Richardson, the lead researcher. JJ and his team study nanomaterials called Metal-Organic Frameworks, which are considered the […]

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‘Magic’ Angle Graphene Is BACK…with an Even Bigger Twist

‘Magic’ Angle Graphene Is BACK…with an Even Bigger Twist

I have got some mega news for you, my friends, and it involves two of our favorite words: graphene and superconductors. Let’s just dive right in, shall we? To understand this latest news, we have to go back to last year. The physics world was sent into a tizzy by the discovery of a ‘magic […]

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Engineering Physics 253 – 2012

Engineering Physics 253 – 2012

so you sign up for a five year bachelor’s degree that takes most people six or seven years takes 220 credits to complete and it involves all the hardest courses that the engineering faculty provides and in exchange you get a BASc just like everybody who finishes Mechanical or Geo or whatever right and so […]

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Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Collectively, scientists are our biggest thinkers, our problem solvers, the most logical among us, so let’s look at how their views on some of the most important issues facing humanity compare to the general public’s feelings about those same issues, using data from surveys conducted by the Pew Research Center. Scientists overwhelmingly agree that the […]

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How Quantum Computers Break Encryption | Shor’s Algorithm Explained

How Quantum Computers Break Encryption | Shor’s Algorithm Explained

The goal of encryption is to garble data is such a way so that no one who has the data can read it unless they’re the intended recipient. And the encryption of pretty much all private information sent over the internet relies immensely on one numerical phenomenon – as far as we can tell, it’s […]

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FORCE  ICSE  10th PHYSICS :MOMENT OF FORCE : IMPORTANT

FORCE ICSE 10th PHYSICS :MOMENT OF FORCE : IMPORTANT

Watch FULL TOPIC : ICSE MOMENT OF FORCE BY CLICKING ABOVE OR IN DESCRIPTION BELOW

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