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Class 11 Physics (India): More on internal energy

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Getting more intuition of internal energy, heat, and work. Examples of using the first law to calculate work. Class 11 Physics (India) Let'…

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Biology: Gibbs free energy and spontaneous reactions

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Gibbs free energy and spontaneous reactions. Biology Life is beautiful! From atoms to cells, from genes to proteins, from populations to ec…

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Chemistry: Gibbs free energy example

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Determining if a reaction is spontaneous by calculating the change in Gibbs free energy. Also calculates the change in entropy using table …

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Class 11 Physics (India) - Hindi: Law of conservation of energy (Hindi)

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Ram discusses how energy can't be created or destroyed in an isolated system, and works an example of how energy is transformed when a ball…

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Class 11 Physics (India): Energy graphs for simple harmonic motion

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Sal graphs elastic potential energy and kinetic energy for a mass on a spring and compares the total energy when with and without dissipati…

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Class 11 Physics (India) - Hindi: Thermal energy from friction (Hindi)

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In this video Ram shows how to find the energy generated by the force of friction and solves an example conservation of energy problem invo…

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Biology: Flow of energy and matter through ecosystems

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Seeing how energy and matter flows and is recycled from primary producers (autotrophs) to primary, secondary and tertiary consumers. Biolog…

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Physics: Work and energy (part 2)

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More on work. Introduction to Kinetic and Potential Energies. Physics Learn about the basic principles that govern the physical world aroun…

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Class 11 Physics (India): Spring potential energy example (mistake in math)

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A spring, a frozen loop-d-loop and more! (See if you can find the mistake I made and get the right answer!) Class 11 Physics (India) Let's …

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Class 12 Physics (India): Bohr model energy levels

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Calculating electron energy for levels n=1 to 3. Drawing a shell model diagram and an energy diagram for hydrogen, and then using the diagr…

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Class 11 Physics (India): Gravitational potential energy at large distances

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Learn how to calculate gravitational potential energy when we can no longer assume the gravitational field is uniform. Class 11 Physics (In…

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Class 11 Physics (India) - Hindi: Vertical springs and energy conservation (Hindi)

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In this video, Ram explains two different strategies to deal with vertical springs and compares them with those used for horizontal springs…

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Chemistry: First and second ionization energy

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Comparing first and second ionization energy of Li using nuclear charge, shielding, and distance of electrons from nucleus Chemistry Did yo…

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Class 11 Physics (India) - Hindi: Spring potential energy example (Hindi)

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A spring, a frozen loop-d-loop and more!. Class 11 Physics (India) - Hindi To help students who prefer to learn by watching Hindi videos, w…

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Class 12 Physics (India): Mass defect and binding energy

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Nuclear binding energy is the energy required to split an atom’s nucleus into protons and neutrons. Mass defect is the difference between t…