Papers On Physics
All Papers Are Only $ 9.95/page + FREE Bibliography!
SAME DAY DELIVERY IS GUARANTEED!!!

Page 5 of 6

<< Previous   Next >>

Stephen Hawking’s Book, “A Brief History of Time”
[ send me this paper ]
A 5 page book report on the renowned scientist’s consideration of the significance of time in the universe. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: TGbrief.rtf

Superconductors; Super Science?
[ send me this paper ]
This 11 page paper examines superconductors and superconductivity. The paper is written in the style of a science magazine article giving an overview of the subject. The writer outlines what superconductors are, who they work and brief history of their development before going on to look at their current and future potential in a wide range of uses form transportation and medial science through to warfare. The writer also looks at the occurrence of type one and type two superconductors including the their frequency on the periodic table and those that operate at the highest temperatures. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
Filename: TEsupcon.wps

Technology in Golf
[ send me this paper ]
This 5 page paper looks at the influence of chemistry and design on the game of golf from the shaft of a club to the tees and balls that the club will hit. The paper also considers 'illegal' golf equipment. The bibliography cites 4 sources.
Filename: TEgolftc.wps

Thank You Mr. Edison! History of Electricity in the U.S.
[ send me this paper ]
(5 pp) Prior to the electric light bulb, illumination was by fire from candles, kerosene and oil lamps, and coal-gas jets. With the advent of electricity, the advantages of electric lamps for interior lighting over flickering, sooty, open flames were readily apparent, and demand for electricity skyrocketed. The excitement and enthusiasm over electricity's beginnings could be heard from one coast to the next. (Newspaper accounts are used as reporting tools) Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BBebulbR.doc

The Design of Low Voltage Circuits; Precision Rectifiers
[ send me this paper ]
This 60 page paper looks at the design and use high speed precision full wave rectification circuits. The paper includes consideration of current conveyors, current mirrors, the development of the amplifier and the continued validity of these in a digital age and how this has influenced the development and use of these circuits. The paper includes 18 illustrations of circuits and graphs and the bibliography cites 28 sources.
Filename: TEprecui.wps

The History, Purpose, & Physics Of The Steam Engine
[ send me this paper ]
A complete 10 page overview of the steam engine including its function, purpose, history, and development. The writer is very specific and cites a number of historical people involved in working on this technology. The physics of how steam produces work are explained as is the mechanical operation of various types of steam engines. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: Steameng.wps

The Nature Of Time
[ send me this paper ]
What is time? This 5 page paper attempts to explore the nature of time in terms of the subjective, scientific, religious and philosophical perspectives. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: KTtimels.rtf

The Physics of the Golf Swing
[ send me this paper ]
Everything in the universe demonstrates some form of motion, and motion can be evaluated through the application of a number of physical properties and laws. Even the initiation and swing of a golf club can be evaluated as a physical process and laws of physics and motion, including Newton's Laws of Motion, can be applied to this simple task. This 5 page paper reflects the application of a number of physical properties and laws of physics to the golf swing. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: Golfphys.wps


Page 5 of 6
1  2  3  4  5  6

<< Previous   Next >>

 

Anatomy & Physiology

Astronomy

Biology

Chemistry

Earth & Physical Sciences

Genetics & Paleontology

Meteorology

Oceanography

Aquaculture

Coastal Topography
Physics

 

 

Paper Directory

Customized Help

Place an Order

Home Page

Frequently Asked Questions

Links To Other Topics

Contact Us