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Interference Movie

A socratic approach to electron interference, with support in the form of a movie showing interference patterns.
Material Type: Animation
Author: Physics 2000
Date Added: Apr 10, 2003 Date Modified: Mar 17, 2010
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A Cart that Shoots a Ball Straight Up

In this animation, a moving cart shoots a ball straight up. Students get to vote on where the ball will land, and then the... see more
Material Type: Animation
Author: Fear of Physics
Date Added: Jan 14, 2003 Date Modified: Apr 21, 2006
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How We Hear

This animation illustrates how sound waves cause us to hear.
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Author: Fear of Physics
Date Added: Jan 14, 2003 Date Modified: Aug 29, 2003
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Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity

This series of animations lets you view a "fly-by" and "fly-through" of a house at different percentages of the speed of... see more
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Author: Fear of Physics
Date Added: Jan 14, 2003 Date Modified: Oct 29, 2008
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The Race

A solid ball, a solid cylinder, and a hollow cylinder are to roll down a ramp. Students must figure out their order of... see more
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Author: Fear of Physics
Date Added: Jan 14, 2003 Date Modified: Jan 14, 2003
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A Hanging Bicycle Wheel (not spinning)

In this animation, students must figure out what happens to a bicycle wheel hanging from a rope at the end of its axle, when... see more
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Author: Fear of Physics
Date Added: Jan 14, 2003 Date Modified: Jan 14, 2003
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A Hanging Bicycle Wheel (spinning)

In this animation, students must determine what will happen to a spinning bicycle wheel, supported on one end of its axle by... see more
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Author: Fear of Physics
Date Added: Jan 14, 2003 Date Modified: Jul 17, 2003
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Introduction to What Sound Is

A simple animation that illustrates how air molecules move in sound waves, one dimensionally.
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Author: Fear of Physics
Date Added: Jan 14, 2003 Date Modified: Jan 14, 2003
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Sounds: Allow the Wave to Expand

This animation shows how air molecules move, 2 dimensionally, in a sound wave.
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Author: Fear of Physics
Date Added: Jan 14, 2003 Date Modified: Jan 14, 2003
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MIT Physics 8.02: E&M Visualizations

These visualizations are part of the Technology Enabled Active Learning (TEAL) Studio project at MIT. It contains a wide... see more
Material Type: Animation
Author: John Belcher
Date Added: Jan 08, 2003 Date Modified: Mar 29, 2013
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