# MERLOT Materials

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#### Gravity (Newton's Apple)

An online activity center for exploring the effects of gravity.

#### Hearing: Frequency and Volume

Test your hearing range by listening to low-, medium-, and high-frequency sounds. Compare the relative loudness of sounds... see more

#### High-Tech Tools for Teaching Physics:... High-Tech Tools for Teaching Physics: the Physics Education Technology ProjectÂ

This paper introduces a new suite of computer simulations from the Physics Education Technology (PhET) project,... see more

#### Homework and Study Help

Review notes over concepts. Videos as well.

#### How Electromagnets Work

Explains the differences between permanent magnets and electromagnets. Shows you how to make your own small electromagnet... see more

#### How Light Works

What light is, and ways of thinking about it (particles and waves). Discussion of the electromagnetic spectrum, white... see more

#### How to Make a Roller Coaster Work

In this simulation, students learn about kinetic and potential energy by finding the best start point for a car of a... see more

#### How We Hear

This animation illustrates how sound waves cause us to hear.

#### How X-Rays Work

What x-rays are. How an x-ray machine works, and uses of x-rays/x-ray machines. Includes pictures and diagrams. A basic... see more

#### HyperPhysics Mechanics

This is a hyper-linked exploration of topics in classical mechanics.

#### HyperPhysics Sound and Hearing

A hyperlinked exploration of the physics of acoustics and sound, and the physiology of hearing.

#### Hysteresis Applet

The Java Applet calculates the magnetization reversal of a magnetic particle assuming coherent rotation of the... see more

#### Illinois PER: Interactive Examples

This web site contains quantitative homework problems where students are helped through successive questions. The goal is... see more

#### Inclined Plane - Simple Machine

Investigate how an inclined plane redirects and reduces the force pulling a brick downward, with or without friction. A... see more

Can you teach radioactivity using inquiry? Â Yes! Â To beginning science students? Of course! Topics include general... see more

#### Interactive Physics and Math

Interactive visuals and discussions of physics and mathmatical applications.

#### Interference of Sinusoidal Waveforms

Illustrates how waveforms interact with each other.

#### Introduction to What Sound Is

A simple animation that illustrates how air molecules move in sound waves, one dimensionally.

#### Introductory Physics Lab e-Manual

An electronic laboratory manual for introductory physics consisting of videos (on principles and laboratory procedure) in... see more

#### IPPEX Shockwave Tutorials on... IPPEX Shockwave Tutorials on Electricity and Magnetism

Shockwave tutorials on basic principles of E&M, written at the middle school level.

#### Isotopes

A basic tutorial on nuclear physics, written for those with little experience in physics.

#### Kepler's First Law (Astrophysics)

Watch a satellite slowly circle Earth in an ellipse. Vary the eccentricity of the orbit.