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This Java applet simulates an experiment for the determination of the Planck constant and the work function: A single... see more

This material allows students to explore relativity and time dilation using data on K-meson decay in accelerators. It... see more

Software for generation of quasiperiodic tilings with local 5..22-fold symmetry with user definable colors for the... see more

Simulation and Tutorial, with downloadable executables, for discussing basic topics in quantum mechanics. Hungarian... see more

Utility allows user to set parameters of various crystal structures, from which the utility creates a .wrl file for... see more

A program to illustrate the appearance of fast moving objects due to special relativity. Effects modeled are: the Lorentz... see more

This is a subprogram of XR95 compiled for separate release. It allows you to draw the habit of a crystal after giving the... see more

This program allows you to simulate X-Ray diffraction patterns for several diffraction methods on the basis of an... see more

This program allows you to draw Crystal structures on the basis of an inputfile with data on the assymmetric unit.

How waves reveal the atomic structure of crystals

Interative representation of radioactive decay series: Th232, Pu241, U238, U235.

An applet that demonstrates radioactive decay. Source code available on main site. Foreign language versions available.

""...shows the Fermi function at a given termperature T.""

By exmaining the trajectory of an atom moving through a electric and magnetic field this applet determines the mass of... see more

Applet and tutorial on basic nuclear physics.

A slide shot (similar to an overhead transparency) of the theoretical basis for anyspeed acceleration problems. For a... see more

Animation that demonstrates bifurcation. Source code available.

Applets and discussion of an important topic in chaos theory.

Two Java applets for demonstrating chaos with regards to oscillatory motion.

This unique method of fabricating silicon creatures was developed by Hewlett-Packard's CPU design team in Fort Collins,... see more

Applet provides an index of different polyhedra, with the ability to rotate the image with the mouse.

Applet demonstrates the diffraction of particles passing through a single slit. The Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle is... see more

The Electronic Periodic Table of the Elements, originaly written in C, can be downloaded and used. Includes an extensive... see more

Applet examines the spin-flips associated with ferromagnetism. Temperature and energy are user-defined. Extensive... see more