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Faraday's Electromagnetic Induction Experiment

In 1831, Michael Faraday made his discovery of electromagnetic induction with an experiment using two coils of wire wound... see more
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Michael Davidson
Date Added: Feb 10, 2001 Date Modified: Jul 17, 2003
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Forced Oscillations (Resonance)

The top of a spring pendulum (red circle) is moved to and fro - for example by hand; this motion is assumed as harmonic,... see more
Material Type: Simulation
Author: Walter Fendt
Date Added: Feb 25, 2001 Date Modified: Aug 14, 2013
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Fragment Finder (Mass Spectrometry)

The Fragment Finder finds the possible formulas that match a given molar mass. Then the M+1and M+2 ratios and the exact... see more
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Author: Department of Chemistry
Date Added: Feb 26, 2001 Date Modified: Mar 10, 2006
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Frictional Force

An interactive applet for simulating various combinations of the block/plane problem.
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Author: Fu-Kwun Hwang
Date Added: May 06, 2000 Date Modified: Aug 18, 2006
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Generator

This Java applet simulates a generator which is reduced to the most important parts for clarity. Instead of an armature with... see more
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Author: Walter Fendt
Date Added: Feb 24, 2001 Date Modified: Feb 01, 2010
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How a Hard Drive Works

Have you ever wondered how the storage system inside your computer works? Well, this ... see more
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Author: Michael Davidson
Date Added: Feb 10, 2001 Date Modified: Oct 14, 2008
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How Does the Random Dot Stereogram Work?

Applet that can be used to illustrate how stereograms work. Very brief explanation provided.
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Author: Akos Feher
Date Added: May 23, 2001 Date Modified: Aug 02, 2009
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Inteference

nterference between two light waves is an amazing phenomenon that is often seen in soap bubbles with the... see more
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Author: Michael Davidson
Date Added: May 21, 2001 Date Modified: Jan 05, 2009
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IPPEX Shockwave Tutorials on Electricity and Magnetism

Shockwave tutorials on basic principles of E&M, written at the middle school level.
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Author: Bill Davis
Date Added: Apr 25, 2001 Date Modified: Nov 29, 2006
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Longitudinal Waves in a Beam

Tutorial and applet on basic mechanical waves. Includes table of the velocity of sound in various materials.
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Author: Angel Franco Garcia
Date Added: May 26, 2001 Date Modified: Nov 18, 2009
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