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Online tutorials covering a wide range of physics topics, including modern physics and astronomy. Material is organized... see more

This is a web version of a public talk I gave about color in astronomy pictures. The nature of light and color is... see more

An interactive timeline marking the major achievements in physics between 1896 and 1995, this site features a search... see more

A set of notes covering the contents of Engineering Statics at the sophomore level in engineering.

Review notes over concepts. Videos as well.

A collection of pages illustrating basic concepts in electicity and magnetism. Applets from various authors included as... see more

Essential Science for Teachers: Physical Science is one in a series of three video-, print-, and Web-based science... see more

A collection of over 140 videos of Physics Demonstrations covering a wide variety of topics, from mechanics to atomic.... see more

A complete online textbook, covering most of introductory physics.

This is the beginning of an online course to get to grips with 3D vectors for anyone who wants to learn. Most of the... see more

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

Java applets to help understanding of some basic physics ideas. Applets deal with simple harmonic motion, wave motion,... see more

This film examines personal protective equipment (PPE) to protect the eyes and face from hazards on the job. Examples of... see more

Physicists study matter by causing particles, accelerated to high energy, to collide with each other. In the high energy... see more

This online tutorial explains the theory of Brownian motion. Illustrations of this motion are provided by both a movie... see more

Although this is intended as an online physics course, this site also has a huge Table of Contents containing numeroous... see more

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

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

This site is about a machine invented by Henri Maillardet around 1800. The machine is now in the Franklin Institute in... see more

Physics education, orbits, gravity. Pertains to subatomic particles.

This instructional module consists of 3 audio-narrated lectures (83 minutes total), a printable version of the slides,... see more

This applet displays the pictures and programming code for a square well, notch–shaped, and parabolic potentials. Also,... see more

Shockley, Bardeen and Brattain, the men behind the transistor, were awarded the 1956 Nobel Prize in Physics. Today,... see more

Includes a discussion on basic theory, benefits, and impact on society.