# PHYS 3313: Introduction to Modern Physics

### School: University of Texas at Arlington

Number of Notes and Study Guides Available: 1

### Videos

##### Moon vs. Earth Jump: Gravity's Impact on Distance

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Join us in a lunar leap! We estimate how gravity affects jumping distance on the Moon compared to Earth, with the same takeoff speed and angle. Explore the moon's reduced gravity and its impact on human capabilities.

##### Circuit Analysis: Light Intensity Changes with Switch

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Unlock the world of electrical circuits and light intensity! In this video, we explore a circuit with three lights connected in parallel, featuring an open switch. Discover what happens to the intensity of each light when the switch is closed. Join us for a journey through electrical concepts and enlightening explanations.

##### Advantages of Laboratory-Based Measurement Standards

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Discover the key reasons why measurement standards rooted in laboratory procedures offer advantages over standards based on specific objects, like the international prototype kilogram. Dive into the world of metrology and standardization in this informative video.

##### Slinky Stretch: Calculating Transverse Wave Speed

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Discover the fascinating world of Slinky physics as we explore the speed of transverse waves when this iconic toy is stretched by a 2.0-N force. Dive into the science behind the Slinky's behavior!

##### Deciphering Unknown Wavelength via Double Slit: The 355nm Light Revela

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Uncover the methodology behind determining an unknown light's wavelength using the double slit experiment. Understand how fringe spacings relate to the light's properties. Find out the significance of second-order fringes and their measurements.

##### Adding Water to a Glass: Temperature Change Calculation

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Watch as we explore the fascinating world of thermal expansion in this video. We start with a glass filled to the brim with 350.0 mL of water at a scorching 100.0°C, and then witness the magic unfold as the temperature decreases to a cool 20.0°C. But the real question is, how much more water can we add to the glass? Join us to find out!