You may know that both velocity and acceleration have something to do with how fast an object moves. You’re right, but what’s the difference between these two terms in physics? Keep reading for more information about velocity, acceleration, and how to tell them apart.
Physicist Ernest Walton (1903-1995) shared the achievement of the first artificial disintegration of an atomic nucleus without the use of radioactive elements. For this work, Walton and John D. Cockroft shared the 1951 Nobel Prize in physics.