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A collection of movies (which often contain online quizzes) about a large number of technical subjects, including... see more

Tutorial and applet demonstrates Ohm's Law.

Java applet to demonstrate scentific notation by examining how a view changes upon magnification. From the site: "View... see more

Animated gif of a guitar string after being plucked.

Animated gif of a tuning fork operating, with additional explanation.

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

An online demonstration of a multimeter

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

The movie below shows the evolution of a quantum-mechanical wavepacket bouncing on a hard surface under the influence of... see more

Applet uses Shockwave to demonstrate vector addition. Use can add up to 10 vectors.

Physlet demonstrates the relationship between current and voltage in a simple circuit.

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

Applet allows user to make basic changes in kinematic motin and see the resulting plots for velocity versus time and... see more

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

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

Animated gif depicts the induction process. Includes lengthy discussion.

A Java applet for demonstrating basic linar motion.

Animation (.mpg) and audio (.au) of a demonstration of the inverse square law.

Physlet of an LRC applet. Frequency of the AC source is user-defined.

Physlet demonstrates the current, voltage, and power of a simple LRC circuit.

A collection of various applets to demonstrate some of the work of the Centre for Materials Measurement and Technology,... see more

This java applet illustrates relations between displacement, velocity and acceleration for one dimensional motion,... see more

A three-dimensional display of the Cartesian coordinate system.