Modern Physics

During the late 1890s the creation of the quantum mechanics and Einstein’s Relativity beckoned a new age in physics: modern physics.  The terminology of modern physics refers to any branch of physics, such as nuclear physics or electromagnetism, which was developed in the early twentieth century or older branches that were greatly influenced by twentieth…

Ticker Tape lab answers

Introduction   In physics, any increase or decrease in velocity is referred to as acceleration or deceleration. The rate of acceleration is measured in m/s² or km/m/s respectively. The average acceleration of an object can be derived from the formula: Purpose   To identify the correlation between the movement of the cart and the appearance…