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This animation shows an electromagnetic wave, namely a plane polarized wave, which propagates in positive x direction.... see more

The Distance and speed of a body in an eliptical orbit is mapped with trails. Labels and vectors are also selectable.

Page describes emissivity, variables that affect it, relevance to Blackbody Radiation

Includes photos and specifications of all commercial airpcraft including helicoptors. Includes a new gallery of the... see more

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

Convert difficult units in acceleration, density, mass and lots more... see more

An extensive resource on units. Applet calculator also available.

A tutorial on basic kinematic motion, part of a larger series of discussions on introductory physics (also included in... see more

An encyclopedia of physics terms, concepts, and topics.

The fabrication steps of a pair of Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor (MOS) Field Effect Transistor (FET) and a Bipolar Junction... see more

Capacitors are simple devices designed to store electric charges. This tutorial explores how variations in capacitor... see more

A large resource on Faraday's Law, with pages to concepts, demos, and a series of applets, each designed to show special... see more

From the author: Here we can simulate the results of some of the experiments that Michael Farday made to discover the... see more

Fermat's principle states that: The path of a ray of light between two points is the path that minimizes the travel time.... see more

A collection of interactive games and information links regarding particle physics.

The resource contains many Flash physics animations covering topics such as chaos, mechanics, vectors, waves, relativity;... see more

Applet and tutorial, including a worksheet, quiz, references, and SPICE model.

Includes a link to a SPICE device model for junction diode.

Illustrates Kirchhoff's rules by means of a 4 resistor circuit

Fourier waveforms are built by adding sine waves, controlled by frequency/amplitude sliders similar to a graphic... see more

An interactive simulation designed to help students understand fourier series. Includes a discrete-only module and a... see more

A collection of physics applets, including lecture material and source code (at... see more

This applet allows you to set up the vertices, compression ratios, and rotations associated to an iterated function... see more