# Crash Course in Physics 25 Electric Charge

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Crash Course in Physics is a fast moving, informative, entertaining video series that tackles many issues that come up in high school AP physics classes. Dr. Shini Somara is your host. I provide a full page and half page option for students to fill in as the video plays. Many of the questions are more conceptual in nature, so that students can watch the video and still respond even after the video is complete. Video can be shown in class or assigned and students can watch multiple times to assimilate content.

I recommend printing these sheets directly from the pdf.

The videos are available on YouTube and a link to the video is included in the worksheets.

One of the greatest inventions is the steam engine. But why? What makes it so useful? And how does it work? In this episode of Crash Course Physics, Shini talks to us about how engines work, what makes them efficient, and why they're pretty cool.

The videos are available on YouTube and a link to the video is included in the worksheets.
Moving on to our unit on the Physics of Electricity, it's time to talk about charge. What is charge? Is there a positive and negative charge? What do those things mean? In this episode, Shini talks about electrostatic forces, electrical charge, Coulomb's law, and the force between charged particles.

Key Words: Crash Course in Physics, Shini Somara, Video guide (link to YouTube), worksheet, electron, proton, elementary charge, Coulomb’s Law, attraction, repulsion.

Full and half page worksheet options are available for all episodes, except as noted. The episodes are listed, below.

Crash Course in Physics

1 Motion
2 Derivatives (full page only)
3 Integrals (full page only)
4 Vectors and 2D Motion
5 Newton’s Laws
6 Friction
7 Uniform Circular Motion
8 Newtonian Gravity
9 Work Energy and Power
10 Collisions
11 Rotational Motion
12 Torque
13 Statics
14 Fluids at Rest
15 Fluids in Motion
16 Simple Harmonic Motion
17 Traveling Waves
18 Sound
19 Music
20 Temperature
21 Kinetic Theory and Phase Changes
22 Heat
23 Thermodynamics
24 Engines
25 Electric Charge
26 Electric Fields
27 Voltage, Electric Energy, and Capacitors
28 Electric Current
29 DC Resistors
30 Circuit Analysis
31 Capacitors and Resistors
32 Magnetism
33 Amperes Law
34 Induction
35 How Power gets to your Home

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