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FORCES 4. Elasticity and energy stored in a spring, experimental investigations and calculations

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4.1 Introduction to subjecting materials to physical stress forces - deformation of a material by bending, stretching or compressing

4.2 Work is done in stretching or compressing a material, energy stored, shock absorbers

4.3 An experiment to investigate the force applied to a spring and resulting extension and What happens if you keep on increasing the force applied to an elastic material?

4.4 Particle model of an elastic energy store - explaining elastic and inelastic materials

4.5 Elastic potential energy - energy stored and work done - how to do the calculations

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