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How atoms work in terms of lasers. Types of lasers, laser classifications, and how lasers work. The difference between... see more

The basics of light, structure of an incandescent bulb, and how incandescent bulbs produce visible light. Includes... see more

Fiber optics is being touted in many different ways these days. Telephone systems are moving from copper wires to optical... see more

Explains what semiconductors are, how doping works, and how to make a diode using semiconductors. Also discusses silicon... see more

Interactive site that’s used to identify body parts (not just skeletal but also digestive, muscular and other systems)... see more

Visual display of various wavefunctions (probability densities) for given eigenstates of the Hydrogen atom. Results are... see more

This site has an explanation of Potential energy. It also includes formulas, and examples are given to add visual aid.

A hyperlinked exploration of the condensed matter physics, including metals, semiconductors, lattices, magnetism, and... see more

Online tutorial covering a large number of topics in basic electricity and magnetism.

A hyperlinked exploration of topics in heat, thermondynamics, kinetic theory, and statistical Mechanics

A hyperlinked exploration of light, color, optics and vision.

A hyperlinked exploration of quantum physics and quantum mechanics.

A hyperlinked exploration of relativity, including topics in both special and general relativity.

A physlet of a simple AC circuit. Frequency is user-defined.

Physlet demonstrates the current, voltage, and power and its relationship to impedence/reactance. The frequency of the AC... see more

Physlet demonstrates current, voltage, and power of an AC circuit.

This applet allows the user to select different forces and masses. The force, in the form of a walking M&M, imparts an... see more

This Java applet demonstrates a motion on an inclined plane with constant velocity and the corresponding forces.

Animated gif depicts the induction process. Includes lengthy discussion.

A Java applet for demonstrating basic linar motion.

This applet demonstrates how the instantaneous velocity can be approximated as the time interval is decreased for an... see more

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

This site contains a collection of Introductory and Advanced Java Applets for primarily physics topics.

Online applet and downloadable demonstration software for the PC, Mac, and HP (Unix)