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MU-10 Fundamental Forces
# A4.0050

Run-Time: 30 min

Source: Intellimation

Description: All physical phenomena of nature are explained by four forces: two nuclear forces, gravity, and electricity
Chapter - Description
1 - Opening Sequence
2 - Newton's Second Law ; Fundamental Forces
3 - Caltech Campus
4 - Accelerator At Caltech
5 - Scientists Of Fundamental Forces
6 - Strong And Weak Nuclear Forces
7 - Atomic Explosion, Solar Prominences, Galaxies
8 - Caltech Accelerator
9 - Commercial Kitchen
10 - Earth - Moon Gravitational Force
11 - Newton Talking On Bridge
12 - Still Of Cavendish And His Book
13 - Cavendish Gravitational Force Apparatus
14 - Cavendish Experiment To Measure G
15 - Lightning
16 - Toaster
17 - Lightning
18 - Stills Of Franklin And Book
19 - Commercial Kitchen
20 - The Atomic Model And Electric Force
21 - Solar System And Gravitational Forces
22 - Gravitational And Electric Forces
23 - Einstein
24 - Nuclear Particles
25 - Commercial Kitchen
26 - Solar System
27 - Commercial Kitchen
28 - Salt Crystal
29 - Commercial Kitchen
30 - Ball Oscillating On End Of Spring
31 - Commercial Kitchen
32 - Balls Falling Through Viscous Liquids
33 - Particle Accelerator At Caltech
34 - Ion Traveling Through An Accelerator
35 - Particle Accelerator At Caltech
36 - Particle Accelerator At Caltech
37 - Computer Output Of An Accelerator Experiment
38 - Newton's Laws And The Questions They Raise


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