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Collision Lab - Collisions | Momentum | Velocity - PhET
35 rowsUse an air hockey table to investigate simple collisions in 1D and more complex collisions in 2D. Experiment with the number of discs, masses, and initial conditions. Vary the elasticity and see how the total momentum and kinetic energy changes during collisions.TITLEAUTHORSLEVELTYPEAlgebra-based Physics Semester one lessons, clickeTrish LoebleinHS UG-IntroLab HW DemoCollision Lab : Introduction to One Dimension collisionsPatricia LoebleinHS UG-IntroLab HWCollision Lab BasicsBrett MoserHS MSLab GuidedPhET Collision LabWendy AdamsHS UG-IntroLabSee all 35 rows on phetrado[PDF]
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Physics Fundamentals- Momentum Collisions Name: _____Teacher Answer Key_____ Momentum and Simple 1D Collisions PhET Lab Introduction: When objects move, they have momentum. Momentum, p, is simply the product of an objectâ€™s mass (kg) and its velocity (m/s). The unit for momentum, p, is kgm/s.
1D Collisions PhET Lab (Answer Key) - Physics
View Lab Report - 1D Collisions PhET Lab (Answer Key) from SCIENCE CHEM at McMaster University. Physics Fundamentals- Momentum Collisions Name: _Teacher Answer Key_ Momentum and 100%(5)Author: Vmario
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Collision Lab 2 - PhET Interactive Simulations
Collision Lab 2 - PhET Interactive Simulations
Collision PHET Lab | Collision | Momentum
Collision PHET Lab - Free download as Word Doc ( / ), PDF File (), Text File () or read online for free. A worksheet for Mr. Thompson's physics classes to complete while learning about collisions via PhET.1/5(3)