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Sam Brind

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  • What Are Data Structures? Trees
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    What Are Data Structures? Trees

    7 months ago

    Data structures are important programming tools that provide essential help in solving complex computing problems. Here we focus on the tree data structure: how it works, its advantages or disadvantages and some of its common uses. C++ sample code is also included.

  • What Is a Particle Accelerator Used For?
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    What Is a Particle Accelerator Used For?

    7 months ago

    Why are high energy particle accelerators, such as the LHC at CERN, required to study modern particle physics? What are the different types of particle accelerator? Do particle accelerators have other benefits to society outside of scientific research?

  • What Are Data Structures? Stacks & Queues
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    What Are Data Structures? Stacks & Queues

    7 months ago

    Data structures are important programming tools that provide essential help in solving complex computing problems. Here we focus on the stack and queue data structures: how they work, their advantages or disadvantages and some of their common uses. C++ sample code is also included.

  • What Are Data Structures? Arrays
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    What Are Data Structures? Arrays

    7 months ago

    Data structures are important programming tools that provide essential help in solving complex computing problems. Here we focus on the array data structure: how it works, its advantages or disadvantages and some of its common uses. C++ sample code is also included.

  • What Are Data Structures? Linked Lists
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    What Are Data Structures? Linked Lists

    7 months ago

    Data structures are important programming tools that provide essential help in solving complex computing problems. Here we focus on the linked list data structure: how it works, its advantages or disadvantages and some of its common uses. C++ sample code is also included.

  • The Standard Model of Particle Physics: What Is Our Universe Made of?
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    The Standard Model of Particle Physics: What Is Our Universe Made of?

    4 months ago

    The standard model is a particle physics theory that tries to describe the fundamental building blocks of our universe. It does this by categorising the different types of elementary subatomic particles and the forces that can occur between them.

  • A-Level Physics Formula Sheet
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    A-Level Physics Formula Sheet

    14 months ago

    A list of the key equations for A-level physics, all equations are explained to improve understanding and units are defined. Specifically targeted at the AQA physics syllabus.

  • AS-Level Physics Formula Sheet
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    AS-Level Physics Formula Sheet

    8 months ago

    A list of the key equations for AS-level physics, all equations are explained to improve understanding and units are defined. Specifically targeted at the AQA physics syllabus.

  • A Brief History of WW1: Breakthroughs of 1917-1918
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    A Brief History of WW1: Breakthroughs of 1917-1918

    15 months ago

    A short summary of the key dates, facts and events of the end of the first world war (1917-1918).

  • Millikan's Oil Drop Experiment: How to Determine the Charge of an Electron
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    Millikan's Oil Drop Experiment: How to Determine the Charge of an Electron

    8 months ago

    A description of the historic oil drop experiment that was performed by Robert Millikan to determine the electrical charge of the electron. Included is a diagram of the apparatus used and a discussion of the forces acting on the oil droplets.

  • Why 1905 Is Considered Einstein's Miracle Year
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    Why 1905 Is Considered Einstein's Miracle Year

    16 months ago

    The year 1905 is referred to as Albert Einstein's annus mirabilis (miracle year). Over the course of a year Einstein published four groundbreaking papers in physics. In doing this he announced his genius to the world and began his career as one of the world's most respected scientists.

  • What Is Special Relativity?
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    What Is Special Relativity?

    8 months ago

    One of the most important theories in physics is Albert Einstein's theory of special relativity. The theory of special relativity (and its equations) explained how space and time are actually intrinsically linked to each other, instead of being two separate concepts.

  • The Quantum Teleportation Protocol: How Does Quantum Teleportation Work?
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    The Quantum Teleportation Protocol: How Does Quantum Teleportation Work?

    8 months ago

    A short explanation of the protocol for quantum teleportation. Quantum teleportation is a quantum computing technique that allows qubits to be sent over large distances.

  • Exoplanet Detection Techniques: How to Find a Planet
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    Exoplanet Detection Techniques: How to Find a Planet

    8 months ago

    The study of exoplanets is a relatively new field of astronomy. There are four main methods used by astronomers to discover new exoplanets: direct imaging, the radial velocity method, astrometry and gravitational microlensing.

  • Nuclear Reactor Physics
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    Nuclear Reactor Physics

    16 months ago

    Nuclear power plants are based around the energy produced by nuclear fission. What is nuclear fission and what are the components within a reactor that enable and control the unstable fission process?

  • A Brief History of WW1: Stalemate of 1915-1916
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    A Brief History of WW1: Stalemate of 1915-1916

    16 months ago

    A short summary of the key dates, facts and events in the middle of the first world war (1915-1916).

  • What Is Nuclear Radiation?
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    What Is Nuclear Radiation?

    20 months ago

    There are three main types of nuclear radiation. What causes this radiation to be produced? What are the dangers and uses of nuclear radiation?

  • A Brief History of WW1: The First Year and How It Started
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    A Brief History of WW1: The First Year and How It Started

    16 months ago

    A short summary of the key dates, facts, and events in the build up to and the first year of the first world war (1914).

  • Is There Proof of Dark Matter?
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    Is There Proof of Dark Matter?

    8 months ago

    Dark matter is currently an unsolved problem within physics. What dark matter is made up of is a complete mystery. How do scientists know that dark matter really exists?

  • The Franck-Hertz Experiment: A Demonstration of Quantum Theory
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    The Franck-Hertz Experiment: A Demonstration of Quantum Theory

    8 months ago

    A summary of the Franck-Hertz experiment and how it helped to demonstrate the early quantum theory. Explanations are given for the apparatus used and the graphs that are obtained from the experiment.

  • What Are Neutrinos?
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    What Are Neutrinos?

    8 months ago

    A neutrino is a unique type of subatomic particle that is more mysterious than the other more well known particles. How were they discovered and what are their possible uses in the future?

  • Top Ten Video Games of All Time
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    Top Ten Video Games of All Time

    16 months ago

    A list of the best video games that have ever been released. This includes games from the current generation as well as games from older consoles.

  • Top Ten Most Beautiful Equations in Physics
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    Top Ten Most Beautiful Equations in Physics

    7 months ago

    Physics aims to give elegant explanations for the phenomena observed within in our universe. These explanations are encoded in the mathematical language of equations. What are the most important and beautiful equations in physics?

  • How Does a Quantum Computer Work?
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    How Does a Quantum Computer Work?

    8 months ago

    Quantum computing is a new type of computation based upon the physics of quantum mechanics. What are the basic principles that are utilised by a quantum computer? Can we actually build a quantum computer and what could it used for in the future?

  • How to Play Battlefield One Multiplayer Properly
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    How to Play Battlefield One Multiplayer Properly

    16 months ago

    A quick guide to the basics of Battlefield One's multiplayer for players new to the Battlefield series.

  • How to Improve Darts Consistency
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    How to Improve Darts Consistency

    7 months ago

    Consistency, the holy grail of darts, three darts thrown the same way and landing on a metaphorical pin head and then repeated again... Very few people will reach this level but there are some ways to get closer to it.

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