International Journal of Natural Science and Nanotechnology

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The International Journal of Natural Sciences and Nanotechnology Abbreviated as (IJNSN) is a Journal multidisciplinary dedicated to advancing research and innovation in the fields of natural sciences and nanotechnology. It includes specialized research papers, short communications, review articles, and selected conference papers. With a commitment to excellence and scientific rigor, the journal provides a platform for scientists, researchers, and academicians worldwide to showcase their cutting-edge findings and contribute to the scientific community....
IJNSN covers a wide range of disciplines within the natural sciences, including physics, chemistry, biology, environmental sciences, and Nanotechnology Sciences. Nanoprobes, Biological Systems, Nanostructures, Nanoelectronics, Nano-Optics, Biodiversity and Environment, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, Herbal Medicine, Marine Science, Zoology, Water Quality, Botany as well as related topics Within the scope of the journal. It also focuses on the rapidly evolving field of nanotechnology, which explores the manipulation and application of matter on a nanoscale level. By embracing multidisciplinary research.
Our primary objective is to publish high-quality, original research papers, review articles, and scientific contributions that have significant implications for the advancement of natural sciences and nanotechnology.
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Hatem Musa
Mohamed Mahmoud Abdel Mohsen

Recently, there have been many means and techniques for teaching physics, and they have been classified into different types of auxiliary methods that simulate the real laboratory and work to bring the researcher's imagination closer to visualizing some difficult physical theories. It is noted that the researcher's interest and appreciation for the universality of science and the way to treat it in practice is almost non-existent. Because science represents the simplest and most difficult experiences of everyday life, it can be argued that learning science should be a natural or automatic consequence of something related in a prescribed manner. However, in many cases, neither the curriculum nor the textbooks reflect the science Common denominators and the importance of science. And so constantly we will find that experienced researcher is Not prepared to delve into abstract concepts and connections related to science topics and the instructions on which it is based, and laboratory tests are often presented and are dependent on previous information and the sciences that are considered the basis for it and that he needs. A concrete inquiry-based process is not only important for fostering interest but also for proving the importance of a scientific topic and solving a specific problem. The purpose of this study is to draw attention to the importance of these conceptual changes, which effectively contributed to Understanding Physics Experiments. In this paper, we used a simulated laboratory application (PHET) and a practical laboratory application (HLE) in the Faculty of Science and the Faculty of Education, University of Tobruk, Libya.
Keywords: C++, CUDA, Krubach’s alpha method, Bloch equations, Fourier transforms