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Explore how an individual Field Effect (FET) transistor is fabricated on a silicon wafer simultaneously with millions of... see more

This quantum mechanics simulation shows the behavior of a single particle bound states in one dimension. It solves the... see more

This quantum mechanics simulation shows the interaction of classical electromagnetic radiation with a particle bound in... see more

This applet shows the results of a Kronig-Penney model of a crystal in 1D. Different periodic potentials are available... see more

A highly flexible 2-d wave simulator. Using a grid that continuously solves the 2-d wave equation, this applet allows the... see more

This is a Java applet that opens as two windows. One window is for the applet and the other contains full instructions on... see more

Shockwave simulation of basic two-dimensional collisions.

This java application displays the velocity and/or acceleration vectors of a particle moving in 2 dimensions.... see more

This is a Java applet that opens as two windows. One window is for the applet and the other contains full instructions on... see more

Online digital circuit applet, with tutorial that includes a quiz, references, worksheet, and SPICE/CAD simulation.

A collection of physlets scripted by Aaron Titus. Inlcudes materials on kinematics, forces, momentum, oscillations and... see more

This Macromedia ShockWave applet illustrates the principle of accommodation in the eye. The user adjusts the distance... see more

A series of tutorials on basic measurement theory, including such topics as experimental errors, measurement, accuracy... see more

Move, rotate, and resize two vectors in a plane. Find their resultant, both graphically and by direct computation.

Shockwave simulation of an air track for testing collisions.

The three-dimensional diffraction pattern formed by a circular aperture near the focal point in a well-corrected... see more

This applet shows a unique form of oscillator created by an board resting on two counter-rotating wheels. Changes in the... see more

This applet simulates the magnitude and direction of the angular momentum vector for a rotating system. Color–coded... see more

It might seem surprising that a particle moving in a straight lines has angular momentum. Kepler's second law states:... see more

Electrons are distributed around an atom according to probability density distributions. Visitors can use this... see more

This applet allows users to perform a virtual experiment of balancing long vertical stick with a mass at the end. The... see more

This is a Java-enhanced tutorial that illustrates the principles of ballistic trajectories via a simulation.

Animation of a vibrating bar or rod. The user can select several different modes of oscillation.

This java applet shows the basic functions of an oscilloscope.