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The SVS is a NASA site that archives digital movies in the subjects of oceanography, meteorology, remote sensing,... see more

A complete set of simulations for the second semester of a college level physics class.

This site uses Macromedia Shockwave player to bring physics concepts to life. This site is for high school and college... see more

A shockwave tutorial on magnetism, written at the middle school level.

A shockwave tutorial on magnetism, concentrating on the magnetic field produced by moving charges. Written at the middle... see more

An interactive Java quiz tool for testing a student's understanding of significant figures. A number is presented, and... see more

This page demonstrates how CMOS transistors and basic gates work. It is intended for our computer science undergraduate... see more

This website is the main teaching tool of a multi-university collaboration in teaching planetary science. The goal is to... see more

This site contains an extensive set of notes on basic topics in physics. There are extensive illustrations and animations... see more

Information and an animated gif showing how the eardrum receives sound waves.

Sounds Amazing is a learning resource for AS and A Level physics. This site uses high speed video and animations to help... see more

This animation shows how air molecules move, 2 dimensionally, in a sound wave.

This Java applet demonstrates some physical effects of Einstein's Special Relativity. On the left is a graph of "space",... see more

This applet shows the two dimensional spring pendulum: a mass suspended on a spring. The pendulum moves under the... see more

This animation allows one to choose a tube open at both ends, closed at both ends, or closed at one end, and shows... see more

Selectable standing waves showing fundamental, second, third, and fourth harmonics. Also a look at Nodes and Antinodes.

This "open source" project is designed to advance the teaching of statistical physics. It includes a collection of java... see more

This applet computes the thermodynamic properties of a system with fixed energy levels. The user can set the levels and... see more

This web tutorial provides an online text with imbedded applets for a statistical physics course. It uses a macroscopic,... see more

A large collection of applets, VMRL image galleries, and DOS programs (most of which are listed separately within MERLOT)... see more

This Java applet calculates the Stoner-Wohlfarth astroid for different anisotropy contributions.

This course studies the development of modern science from the seventeenth century to the present, focusing on Europe and... see more

This allows users to experiment with color subtraction from virtual paints which produce cyan, yellow, and magenta spots.... see more

A set of fully rendered, three-dimensional animations of the electromagnetic fields associated with a variety of dynamic... see more