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Nuclear Fusion

Nuclear Energy

The energy produced by nuclear fusion powers stars like our own Sun. This clip examines nuclear fusion, including what occurs at the sub-atomic level and why the energy released by fusion is vastly greater than in nuclear fission. Einstein’s equation, E = mc2 is used to calculate specific energy quantities. Senior secondary students of chemistry and physics will find this a valuable resource.

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Nuclear Fusion

Nuclear Energy

The energy produced by nuclear fusion powers stars like our own Sun. This clip examines nuclear fusion, including what occurs at the sub-atomic level and why the energy released by fusion is vastly greater than in nuclear fission. Einstein’s equation, E = mc2 is used to calculate specific energy quantities. Senior secondary students of chemistry and physics will find this a valuable resource.

Measuring Nanoparticles

Nanoparticles

Nanoparticles are tiny bits of material with a diameter between one and 100 nanometres. This clip explores the tiny world of nanoparticles and how their size and structure make them so useful, including the square-cube law and the relationship between volume and surface area. It provides students of middle to senior level science, chemistry and physics with insights to phenomena at the smallest imaginable scale.

Exploring Our Solar System

Into Space

Come on a voyage through the solar system and discover the size, orbits, rotations, moons and other fascinating facts about the Sun and the eight planets orbiting it. This clip also describes some of the spacecraft and missions that have provided us with all the information we know about the solar system and its planetary inhabitants.

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