Using shell model diagram to relate absorption to emission. Derives relationship between emitted photon and energy levels, the Balmer-Rydberg equation. Created by Jay.
Introduction to foraging (animal behavior). Add local animals to add culturally relevance. I suggest adding and discussing how iguanas forage for food.
In this video, David explains how an atom can absorb and emit photons with particular values of energy and how to determine the allowed values.
Calculating electron energy for levels n=1 to 3. Drawing a shell model diagram and an energy diagram for hydrogen, and then using the diagrams to calculate the energy required to excite an electron between different energy levels. Created by Jay.
Using classical physics to calculate the energy of electrons in Bohr model. Solving for energy of ground state and more generally for level n. Created by Jay
Using equation for Bohr model radii to draw shell model for n=1 to 3, and calculating the velocity of a ground state electron. Created by Jay
Using classical physics and vectors, plus assumption that angular momentum of electron is quantized, to derive the equation for Bohr model radii. Created by Jay.
The effect on voltage and current when capacitors are constructed in parallel in a circuit. By David Santo Pietro.
When capacitors are connected one after another, they are said to be in series. For capacitors in series, the total capacitance can be found by adding the reciprocals of the individual capacitances, and taking the reciprocal of the sum. Therefore, the total capacitance will be lower than the capacitance of any single capacitor in the circuit. Created by David SantoPietro.
Learn about the interaction between chemical messages and their target cells in this video about hormone action.
A conservative force exists when the work done by that force on an object is independent of the object's path. Instead, the work done by a conservative force depends only on the end points of the motion. An example of a conservative force is gravity. Created by David SantoPietro.
In this video David explains what constructive and destructive interference means as well as how path length differences and pi shifts affect the interference. Created by David SantoPietro.