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Demonstrates the path of particles that describe Lissajous figures.

Site gives tips on writing papers in philosophy. From the author: "You are invited to follow a series of links to pages... see more

Online textbook for beginning physics students, covering introductory mechanics. Includes quizzes with solutions.

A very thorough tutorial on learning Java. For the uninitiated. By the makers of Java. Includes free downloads of all the... see more

Tutorial, with applet, on the basic principles of Coulombic forces.

(In Italian) Mathematical and physics java applets for educational purposes. The applets are classified by area of... see more

Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) is a pedagogical movement that began in the 80s as a response to a perceived... see more

Two blocks connected by a rope demonstrate Newton's Second Law and acceleration. Data from the simulated experiement can... see more

An applet for demonstrating motion of a projectile. Extensive explanatory text included.

Tutorial on the fundamental theories of Bose-Einstein condensation.

Online tutorial. This tutorial has grown into a book called The Java Developer's Resource, available now from Prentice... see more

Extensive text explanation of the interference and diffraction of waves. Hyperlinks to subtopics included.

A tutorial on Java, with a forum, quizzes, sample code, and resources. Written in a relaxed, Western style. The tutorial... see more

Applet for demonstrating kinetic (dynamic) friction.

Includes discussion and animations.

Extensive explanatory text included.

An applet that demonstrates projectile motion. Extensive explanaory text included.

Tutorial on basic issues of position, velocity, and acceleration.

Applet for demonstrating the acceleration of a body expelling mass (rocket). Extensive explanatory text included.

Applet demonstrates the accleration of a rocket. Extensive explanatory text included.

Basic tutorial on the fundamentals of the electromagnetic spectrum created by transitions in atoms.