Sir Isaac Newton helped us understand the motion or movement of objects to a point where we can make definitive laws of motion. The laws of motion are three basic laws of classical mechanics that describe the relationship between an object and the forces acting on it. Want to learn more about the laws of […]
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What is the difference between heat and temperature? Heat is a form of energy that transfers from a hot object to a cold one, while temperature is the degree of hotness or coldness of an object. The heat of an object refers to the total energy of all the molecular motion happening inside that object. […]
What is force? Force is a physical input or influence which causes an object to accelerate or move in the direction from which it was applied. Mass is the amount of matter in an object, expressed in kilograms. Can you work out the relationship between force, mass and acceleration from these clues? Well, if you […]
What is an element? It is a pure substance that is made up of one type of atom. A compound is a pure substance consisting of two or more different atoms. See where we are going with this? Now mixtures refer to two or different substances which are not chemically combined. Want to learn more? […]
What does electron configuration refer to? Well, it is the arrangement of electrons in energy levels around an atomic nucleus. Electron configuration is also called electronic structure. Play this physical science game to learn more about electron configuration. Electron Configuration and Atomic Orbitals In this article, we'll go over Atomic Orbitals, Number of electrons in […]
Electricity refers to the presence of and movement of charged particles, while magnetism is concerned with the force that magnets exert when they attract or repel each other. Curious about the relationship between electricity and magnetism? Well, electric and magnetic forces are non-contact forces which means they don’t need to touch each other. A moving […]
Why do we study density? Physical matter tends to vary in terms of mass and space. In other words, density studies how tightly packed an object’s particles are. Density is the branch of physical science that studies the mass per unit volume of a substance. Density is therefore measured as mass divided by volume. Do […]
What are atoms? Atoms are made up of basic building blocks such as protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons are positively charged particles while neutrons are uncharged. The atomic structure examines how the positively charged nucleus and negatively charged electrons circle around an atom. Want to learn more? Then play this science game on the atomic […]
What is the study of acoustics concerned with? It is the branch of science that studies the production, control, transmission, and reception of sound and vibrations. Acoustic energy is the mechanical vibration from sound components. Want to learn more about acoustics? Then play this physical science game to practice. What You Need to Know About […]
What is the difference between acid and bases? Well, play this acid and bases science game with kids to help them learn about acids, bases and chemical reactions. This fun game for kids will help them review key facts about chemical reactions.
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