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Information about units of measurement and several online conversion applications.

This is an authoring system (written in Java) that allows users to create their own simulations without writing Java... see more

A very versatile periodic table that displays not only the properties of each element, but also how they compare to each... see more

Applet allows user to select various appliances and compute the costs of using those appliances.

An encyclopedia of physics terms, concepts, and topics.

A collection of information about early physics apparatus. This web site displays pictures of about 1400 pieces of... see more

Physlets are building blocks whose function and appearance can be controlled with embedded javascripts. This site... see more

An extensive list of descriptions of alphabetized physical laws.

Hands-On Universe ? (HOU) is an educational program that enables students to investigate the Universe while applying... see more

A large resource in physics education. Includes projects, links, news, physical constants, and articles.

An online physics magazine, with articles, current events, biographies, essays, a web site review, and a question &... see more

The American Institute of Physics encourages physicists to become engaged in the political process. The following... see more

A physics hyper-threaded reference site for physics

Positron Emission Tomography or P.E.T. is the study and visualization of human physiology by electronic detection of... see more

Presentación basada en el libro "Teaching Physics with the Physics Suite" de Edward Redish. Esta presentación está... see more

This site contains links to a wide variety of online calculators. There is an alphabetical listing as well as a listing... see more

A continously expanding collection of of converters, units and measures, data tables. The converters provide not only... see more

Meant for k 12. Allows visualisation of images for various object positons and various focal lenghts. Image formation due... see more