Month: March 2014

Moving observer, stationary source


See on Scoop.it – PHYSICAL SCIENCES BREAK 1.0 a source (a police car) of sound waves with a constant frequency and amplitude. There are two observers, one on the left that will move away from the source and one on the right that will…

Doppler Effect


Doppler Effect.

EXAMPLES OF WAVES


EXAMPLES OF WAVES.

Formal experiment 1: Heating and cooling curve of water


See on Scoop.it – PHYSICAL SCIENCES BREAK 1.0 Aim To investigate the heating and cooling curve of water. Apparatus beakers ice Bunsen burner thermometer water Chipa Thomas Maimela‘s insight: Method Place some ice in a beaker. Measure the temperature of the ice and record…

Dehydrohalogenation


See on Scoop.it – PHYSICAL SCIENCES BREAK 1.0The dehydrohalogenation of 2-bromobutane to form but-2-ene (major product) and but-1-ene (minor product).  Chipa Thomas Maimela‘s insight: If more than one product is possible the major product will be the compound where: the hydrogen atom is removed from the more substituted carbon atom i.e….

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