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In this applet you can see the result of superimposing two waves of different frequencies and amplitudes on top of each... see more

Animation (.mpg) and audio (.au) of a demonstration of the inverse square law.

From the directions: "Click new motif to start drawing a new point set. Then select one of the colors, which correspond... see more

This applet calculates Fourier transforms (FT) of a given pointset. The pointset is generated by the plane space groups... see more

Quasiperiodic rhombic tilings generated by the dual method. Several parameters, such as local rotational symmetry (5-fold... see more

Ten problems will be generated in a random manner. Your task involves interpretting a graph and identifying the motion... see more

This tutorial explores how a ruby laser crystal works when excited by a xenon flash tube. As photon energy is "pumped"... see more

Applet displays Laue diffraction patterns for crystals.

This applet simulates X-ray Diffraction patterns for the Laue method (transmission/backreflection mode).

A large collection of applets covering a wide array of topics. Handy calculator included.

Demonstrates ray refraction for concave and convex lenses.

This interactive tutorial illustrates the directional relationships between induced magnetic fields, voltage, and current... see more

A shockwave discussion on the fundament units of measure.

A collection of simulations and other lessons on motion of objects.

This applet shows a symmetric lever with some mass pieces each of which has a weight of 1.0 N. The lever arms can be read... see more

Clouds and the ground can act in unison to mimic a huge natural capacitor. This tutorial shows how the collisions of dust... see more

This applet calculates the linear absorbtion coefficient [1/cm] for a given chemical formula and various X-ray... see more

Applet plots a Lorenz attractor by allowing user to input many variables.

Physlet of an LRC applet. Frequency of the AC source is user-defined.

Physlet demonstrates the current, voltage, and power of a simple LRC circuit.

This Java applet is intended to show you how a system of a resistor, a capacitor and an inductor react with one another... see more

Explore the effects of induced electromagnetic fields on the orientation of a compass. A virtual switch is provided to... see more

A collection of various applets to demonstrate some of the work of the Centre for Materials Measurement and Technology,... see more

Applet is designed to test users on their understanding of basic circuits.