1G Newton's Second Law

1 Newton Apples

Catalog: 
1G10.301
Location: 
Ab3
These apples weigh 1N due to the force of earth's gravity.

Accelerometers - Video

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Catalog: 
1G20.76B
Location: 
3_1
Video Encyclopedia :Two jars of water, one has a light ball tethered to the bottom, the other has a heavy ball suspended from the top.

Acceleration with spring (airtrack)-Video

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Catalog: 
1G10.16
Location: 
3_1
Video Encyclopedia: An air track glider is pulled by a small spring hand held at constant extension.

Atwood's machine-Video

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Catalog: 
1G10.40
Location: 
3_1
Video Encyclopedia : Air track. The small weight is removed after a period of acceleration and the resulting constant velocity is measured.

Candle in a bottle-Video

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Catalog: 
1G20.10
Location: 
3_1
Video Encyclopedia : Drop a closed jar containing a burning candle.

Dropped slinky-Video

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Catalog: 
1G20.45
Location: 
3_1
Video Encyclopedia : Hold a slinky so some of it extends downward, then drop it to show the contraction.

Local vertical (accelerometer)-Video

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Catalog: 
1G20.70
Location: 
3_1
Video Encyclopedia: Place a liquid accelerometer on an air track glider on an inclined air track.

Accelerometers - Video

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Catalog: 
1G20.76B
Location: 
3_1
Video Encyclopedia :Two jars of water, one has a light ball tethered to the bottom, the other has a heavy ball suspended from the top.

Acceleration on an Air Track

Catalog: 
1G10.10A
Location: 
A mass on a pulley accelerates the various carts along the air track

Accelerometer

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Catalog: 
1G20.76A
Location: 
Ab4
Large, water filled jar with float tethered to bottom.

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