VIRTUAL LABS

Physics

Physics Virtual Labs

TEACH YOUR CLASSROOM TO THINK LIKE SCIENTISTS

From measuring the speed of light to the concept of levers that introduces the counter-intuitive but crucial concept of ​multiplication of forces​, physics lab is designed by teachers for teachers.

It allows students to practice the activities of scientists – asking questions, performing procedures, collecting data, analyzing data, answering questions, and thinking of new questions to explore.

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PHYSICS EXPERIMENTS

Measuring the Speed of Light

Levers: Equilibrium of the Moments

Coefficient of Dry Static Friction with the Inclined Plan

Coefficient of Dry Static Friction through Drag Force

Measurement of the Period of a Simple Pendulum

Measurements with Callipers

Measurement of Masses with a Balance

Reflection

Refraction

Inclined Plan

Preservation of Momentum

Archimedes' Principle

Focal Distance Measurement of a Converging Lens

Parabolic Motion

Specific Heat Measurement

Uniform Rectilinear Motion

Transformation of Potential Energy into Kinetic Energy

Second Principle of Dynamics

Accelerated Motion

Measurement of Density

Proving the Parallelogram Law

Measurement of the Linear Elasticity of Springs

Verification of Boyle's Law