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Advanced Physics Series, Photonics
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produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 51 mins
This program, presented by Dr. Alex Mazzolini, explores the use of photonics in everyday life with a focus on light sources, fiber optics, and ideas for practical demonstrations.
produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 51 mins
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Advanced Physics Series, Special Relativity
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produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 45 mins
This program, presented by Dr. Joe Wolfe, explores approaches to teaching Einstein's special theory of relativity. Examples from Dr. Wolfe's award-winning website, Einstein Light, are also utilized.
produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 45 mins
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Advanced Physics Series, Newtonian Mechanics
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produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2008), 40 mins
This program explores Newton's laws of motion, momentum and collisions, circular motion, work and energy, and projectile motion.
produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2008), 40 mins
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Cells and Batteries: Rechargeable Cells
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(Rees Films, 2011), 22 mins, 22 page(s)
This program explores the chemistry and construction of major rechargeable cell formats, including lead-acid, nickel-cadmium, nickel-metal hydride, and lithium-ion. It explains spiral cell construction and looks at the use of battery power in electric cars.
(Rees Films, 2011), 22 mins, 22 page(s)
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Cells and Batteries: Single-Use Cells
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(Rees Films, 2011), 20 mins, 20 page(s)
This DVD traces the development of primary cells from the Daniell cell to zinc-carbon dry cells, alkaline cells, button cells, and lithium metal cells. It outlines the essential chemistry of each type of cell, looks at construction, and discusses the advantages and limitations of each form. The program also review...
(Rees Films, 2011), 20 mins, 20 page(s)
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Fuel Cells
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(Rees Films, 2011), 26 mins, 26 page(s)
Exploring the basic chemistry and construction of fuel cells, this program traces the development of fuel cells from the alkaline fuel cells that are vital to the U.S. space program to more recent types of fuel cells used in transport and stationary power applications, including combined heat and power systems. It...
(Rees Films, 2011), 26 mins, 26 page(s)
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Nuclear Energy
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produced by Rees Films (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2008), 23 mins
This program clearly explains the science behind how a nuclear power station works.
produced by Rees Films (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2008), 23 mins
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Nuclear Energy: The Issues
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produced by Rod Rees (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2008), 30 mins
This program presents the arguments for and against nuclear power with relevant background information including radioactive waste, radiation, nuclear accidents, security, nuclear weapons, global warming, and renewable energy.
produced by Rod Rees (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2008), 30 mins
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Advanced Physics Series, Light, Phase, and Matter
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produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 54 mins
The first program explores light and matter. The second program discusses the importance of phase in understanding the behavior of waves.
produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 54 mins
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Advanced Physics Series, The Synchrotron
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produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 58 mins
This program explores the physics and operation of a synchrotron, a large machine that accelerates electrons to almost the speed of light, and its many uses, which include medicine, mining, forensics, and manufacturing.
produced by Rees Films, in Advanced Physics Series (Blackburn, Victoria: Rees Films, 2007), 58 mins
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