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Interactive quiz. When you click on one of the photo options below, a bubble chamber photograph will appear. For each one... see more

A detailed analysis of buoyancy in the context of Felix Baumgartner's historic jump from 39 km altitude as the... see more

A very large collection of Java 2 applets for demonstrating basic topics in physics. Covers much of the introductory... see more

Java applet for simulating projectile motion.

Ballistics Simulation: Exploring gravity, kinetic energy, potential energy and atmospheric drag using the cannon

Carrier concentration vs. Fermi Level and the Doping of Donor and Acceptor Impurities

Basic tutorial on how CAT scans work, aimed at those with little experience in physics.

Requires Internet Explorer 5.0. (A Netscape version is also available separately on MERLOT.) Applet and tutorial includes... see more

Using toothpicks, straws, or tubes of rolled up newspaper, learners create 3-dimensional models to illustrate the basic... see more

This simulation lets users drag masses onto a grid, and plots the center of mass for the configuration. The center of... see more

User draws masses on a grid, and then is asked to calculate the center of mass. User's answer is checked by the applet.

Applet simulates the motion of particles acted upon by a central force. User can choose between attractive and repulsive... see more

Applet shows the path of a particle under the influence of inverse square central force. The force can be attractive or... see more

Scroll bar sets a negative bias voltage. Applet simulates the resulting motion of carriers into the p-type region.

Applet demonstrates the motion of a charged particle in a magnetic field.

Applet shows a charged particle moving in two magnetic fields. It can be made to cross the boundary between the two... see more

An online Chart of the Nuclides divided into 29 parts. Clicking on each part zooms in closer on the nuclear properties of... see more

The Chip Shots website explores the hidden beauty in some of today's hottest microprocessors as visualized under a... see more

Demonstrates circular and translational motion of a point when initial conditions (such as the initial velocities and... see more

Online tutorial/lab is based on a module developed by Steven Janke and published in Modules in Undergraduate Mathematics... see more

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

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

Motion of a circular membrane/surface.