What hold a nucleus together? Why does it not just fall apart. In this video I discuss the Strong Nuclear Force, in simple terms that holds the atom together. This concept is essential to explain radioactive decay, fission and fusion.
Before discussing Bohr, it is helpful to look at the history of spectral analysis in the 1800’s, the Balmer lines and the Rydberg formula that describes them. This is then fully explained by Bohr in 1913
This video guides you how to deconstruct a longer response question in an HSC physics paper, using Q21 from the 2006 paper. The topic covered is on superconductivity fro the Ideas to Implementation section