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Identify a current problem in physics by searching for news articles and current events.

 
Identify a current problem in physics by searching for news articles and current events. One reputable source of news in physics is Phys.org. Choose one article, and in two pages, describe how the scientific method is being used to solve the problem mentioned in the article. Identify the initial observations that identified the problem, the hypothesis, tests, and any revisions of the original hypothesis.
Paper must use at least one source, use proper spelling and grammar, and follow APA format.

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Write comments about what you learned from the video, how it helped you understand some concept, how it might play a role in your life experiences, or other comments that show a meaningful engagement with the video presentation.

PHY 241 Research Project You will create an 8-10 minute video presentation on a topic in physics. The video presentation can be a detailed PowerPoint presentation or any other form of presentation to convey the research project. Topic The topic of the project must be approved by the professor by the date specified. This project must include topics from at least three different modules that have been covered in this course, so choose your topic carefully. This topic can be a current “hot topic” in physics, or a historical discovery from the past. Content The video should include not only the general results of your research, but also how your personal learning in the course has allowed you to understand the topic you are researching. You may use PowerPoint slides or any other visual aids in your video, but it must be a video you create and present. As this is a research project, you will need to cite references. This should be done throughout your presentation, with a list of references at the end. Multiple references should be used. Deliverables The video can be made in Studio, Canvas, or the program of your choosing. The video must have good quality so that your voice and presentation can be seen and understood. Your video will be submitted in a discussion board in Canvas labeled “Physics Research Project”. You may follow the directions on recording and sharing a video in Canvas in your Canvas course site. You will also be required to watch a minimum of 3 other student’s videos and comment meaningfully on their videos. “Great job!” and “Wow I didn’t know that!” do not count as meaningful comments. Write comments about what you learned from the video, how it helped you understand some concept, how it might play a role in your life experiences, or other comments that show a meaningful engagement with the video presentation. List of Requirements for Physics Research Project • Project will be on a physics topic as approved by instructor. This can be something in current physics research or a historical discovery in the past. • Project will be recorded as a video and submitted into Discussion Board “Physics Research Project” • Video length will be at minimum of 8 minutes to a maximum of 10 minutes • Video will specifically include how this topic uses concepts from at least three modules studied. 2 • Video will include how student’s personal learning in the course has allowed them to understand the topic they are researching. • Video will be organized in a logical sequence/fashion and flow well • Video will include references at the end • Student will watch and respond to 3 fellow students video presentations and respond in the discussion group with a meaningful comment to each. Your Checklist Please refer to the checklist to review your video presentation and the postings in the discussion forum to make sure you have completed the research project. • Physics Topic • 3 separate modules • Personal learning experience • 8 to 10 minutes in length • Organized • Physics content • References • Response to other videos.

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Discuss what gave you the hint of the disorder relative to your observation of symptoms.

Watch a movie related to any type of disorder (PLEASE NO BEAUTIFUL MIND, not ALLOWED)
You need to have a  three or four paragraphs about the movie. Discuss what gave you the hint of the disorder relative to your observation of symptoms. then take a couple of articles from the library and research the disease process identified in the movie and write about what it is its etiology treatments and medications including adverse effects and what to monitor. Also, discuss cultural issues if applicable and teach what the nurse might do for pt and family. Also, discuss nursing diagnosis and interventions identifying priorities. NO powerpoints. 4 to 5 pages to include a title page and reference page. I will send a paper discussing these issues Paper must be organized so that it flows.
 Use APA format 
Movie Blonde Marilyn Monroe

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The writing in science project is worth 15% of your course grade.

Please submit your report as a file upload by clicking the Start Assignment button above. Your submission should be in one of these formats:
A Microsoft Word file (.doc or .docx)
A PDF file (.pdf).
Each problem is graded on a 100-point scale. The Writing in Science project is worth 15% of your course grade. It will be graded according to the following criteria: 
The correctness of your solution (30 pts)
Illustrations/ Free body diagrams (20 pts)
Clearly typed equations, formulae, and explanations (30 pts)
Organization and overall clarity (including correct grammar) (20 pts)

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Superconductors are used for all these applications and are very  important in everyday life.

 
I want to throw out some different applications that we use every  day such as high-speed computer chips, radio frequency amplifiers,  magnetic resonance, and wireless transmitting antennas just to name a  few. Superconductors are used for all these applications and are very  important in everyday life. A superconductor is defined as a substance  that offers no resistance to the electric current when it becomes colder  than a critical temperature. Studies show that the temperatures need to  be between absolute zero and 10 Kelvin for materials to act as a  semiconductor.  In the medical field, the superconducting magnet is said  to be the most expensive component of an MRI system. I looked at this  discussion when it was assigned, and I didn’t understand the concept of  superconductivity, but as I read and continue to understand it more, I  really I’m really excited to learn more about it.
(https://byjus.com>physics>superconductor) (https://phys.org>news)

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Studies show that the temperatures need to  be between absolute zero and 10 kelvin for materials to act as a  semiconductor.

 
I want to throw out some different applications that we use every  day such as high-speed computer chips, radio frequency amplifiers,  magnetic resonance, and wireless transmitting antennas just to name a  few. Superconductors are used for all these applications and are very  important in everyday life. A superconductor is defined as a substance  that offers no resistance to the electric current when it becomes colder  than a critical temperature. Studies show that the temperatures need to  be between absolute zero and 10 Kelvin for materials to act as a  semiconductor.  In the medical field, the superconducting magnet is said  to be the most expensive component of an MRI system. I looked at this  discussion when it was assigned, and I didn’t understand the concept of  superconductivity, but as I read and continue to understand it more, I  really I’m really excited to learn more about it.
(https://byjus.com>physics>superconductor) (https://phys.org>news)

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One use of super conductors that is especially interesting  to me is that in certain areas of japan and germany they have  experimental magnetic levitation trains.

 
Superconductors allow electricity to be conducted with little to no  resistance. One use of super conductors that is especially interesting  to me is that in certain areas of Japan and Germany they have  experimental magnetic levitation trains. These trains can travel at  higher speeds, are more efficient, and are environmentally friendly.  These trains use superconducting magnets to lift them above the rails  and almost eliminate friction. This makes me wonder about the potential  to tie this technology into cars, which would be beneficial but would  require a lot of work, just a thought that popped into my head while  reading about this. 
Other uses of superconductors are they have been used experimentally  to speed up connections between computer chips, superconducting coils  are used in MRI machines, and some high energy practical accelerators. 
Reference: 
Global superconductor applications. ECS. (2016, July 13). Retrieved September 21, 2022, from https://www.electrochem.org/superconductors (Links to an external site.)

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You are going to investigate the characteristics of circuits with resistors in series and circuits with resistors in parallel.

  
You are going to investigate the characteristics of circuits with resistors in series and circuits with resistors in parallel. To investigate the characteristics, you are going to apply Ohm’s Law.
  
Requires you to create simulated circuits using the PhET Circuit Construction Kit Virtual Lab (be sure you use the HTML5 version, not the Java version). 
https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/circuit-construction-kit-dc-virtual-lab/latest/circuit-construction-kit-dc-virtual-lab_en.html

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To explore the law of refraction.

 As light travels from one medium to another, the path the light  travels bends in a predictable fashion. This optical phenomena is known  as refraction. The law of refraction can be used to determine the angle  of refraction when the index of refraction is known for both mediums.   The law of refraction is an important physical law with applications in  the field of optics.  The law of refraction is known as Snell’s Law,  named for Willobrord Snell, who discovered the law in 1621. 
 
To explore the law of refraction.
To apply Snell’s Law to solve problems involving refraction. 
https://phet.colorado.edu/sims/html/bending-light/latest/bending-light_en.html

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N.d. 

 
I will be discussing the use of ultrasonic nondestructive testing by  the military. “Defending the national interest requires the use of  sophisticated artillery, technologies and equipment. These defense  systems are subject to a high degree of stress whether they are missile  systems, or the jets and naval vessels that launch those systems. A flaw  or weak spot caused by corrosion or wear can cause a critical component  to fail and damage a serious investment. Nondestructive testing (NDT)  for the military and defense industry is an indispensable part of  fielding and maintaining these systems. Nondestructive testing for the  military is widespread and essential. It ranges from relatively  straightforward NDT such as ultrasonic testing of welds aboard naval  vessels to the testing of complex aerospace components that combine  metals and composite materials. In either case, the safety of the  sailors, soldiers, marines, and airmen who operate these systems depends  on regularly performed military NDT” (Nondestructive Testing for the  Military). 
      According to Military Nondestructive Testing,  various methods of nondestructive testing—ultrasonic, eddy current,  magnetic particle, radiographic, liquid penetrant, laser testing, and  leak testing—allow military personnel to inspect infrastructure,  vessels, vehicles, and weapons systems for flaws, corrosion, and other  defects which could lead to failure and endanger the lives of servicemen  and servicewomen (Safety Precautions). 
     Ultrasonic  nondestructive testing (NDT) is a method used to characterize the  internal volumes of materials. It works by propagating high-frequency  sound waves well above the range of human hearing throughout the  material. It can be used to detect flaws and discontinuities in metals,  composites, and other materials. “High-frequency sounds travel through a  uniform medium until they reach a discontinuity that reflects them  back—such as air or fluid at the other side of the material—or  incongruity in the matrix of the material. These reflected waves can be  resolved into visual images that allow an ultrasonic testing technician  to see flaws in the material, determine if corrosion is present, or  detect corrosion eroding the thickness of the material. Ultrasonic  testing works well for contiguous materials like metals, but not as well  for materials where discontinuities are part of their normal makeup  like wood, wood composites, or paper materials” (A Comprehensive Guide).
      Some types of ultrasonic nondestructive testing are: Straight Beam,  Angle Beam, Immersion Testing, Phased Array, Time of Flight Diffraction,  Total Focusing Method (TFM), and Guided Waves. (Please visit  https://www.zetec.com/resources/ultrasonic-testing-overview/ for a full  description of how each of these testing is done.
Douglas Norman
 
                                  References
Military and Defense Solution. Nondestructive Testing for the Military and Defense. N.D. 
   https://www.zetec.com/industries/military-defense-solutions/
Military Nondestructive Testing. Safety Precautions. N.D. 
      https://www.zetec.com/blog/military-nondestructive-testing-safety-precautions/#:~:text=The%20various%20methods%20of%20nondestructive%20testing%E2%80%94ultrasonic%2C%20eddy%20current%2C,and%20endanger%20the%20lives%20of%20servicemen%20and%20servicewomen.
Ultrasonic Testing Overview: A Comprehensive Guide to UT.  N.D.
     https://www.zetec.com/resources/ultrasonic-testing-overview/