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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.

A tutorial on circular motion, with hyperlinks to subtopics, including animations.

Click and drag to move one set of circular wavefronts, or use the buttons. Observe the resultant interference pattern.

This site contains simulations of the following: Classical and Quantum Particle in a Box. Classical and Quantum Particle... see more

Set of java applets for illustrating classical physics (highschool level), including gravitation, electric and magnetic... see more

This Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) site focuses on the science and impacts of global warming or climate change,... see more

From the site: "The most fascinating phenomena of celestial mechanics are revealed in the motions of three or more bodies... see more

Learn about atoms, electricity, and other physics topics with our tutorials, formula solvers, and other reference... see more

Two applets demonstrating blackbody radiation.

Demonstrates the results of mixing red, blue, and green light and paint pigments.

Demonstrates how linear and rotation of an object are related.

Animation showing a vector in 3-D and its three components. Viewing angle can be changed by the user.

This Macromedia ShockWave applet illustrates visually the concept of velocity composition by showing the velocity vectors... see more

Aimed at creating laboratory and computer-based materials to support a learning environment where students take primary... see more

This site, authored by Professor Nina Byers of the University of California, Berkeley, is an electronic archive about... see more

This animation simulates a nuclear power plant.

This simulation lets users explore the forces due to electric charges. Users get to fire a proton into an area where it... see more

Animates the motion of a linear array of particles joined by springs. The use can adjust the number of particles, their... see more