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This is a free online textbook that is linked to the overall site, All About Circuits. This book covers Experiments: Test... see more

From an elementary (but accurate) description of sound, including animations, to advanced material such as the solution... see more

' Auditory Demonstrations in Acoustics and Hearing Conservation is a series of auditory demonstrations that illustrate... see more

Provides pictures and a movie that uses ray tracing to explore the effects of relativity.

This site covers basic acoustics including wave types, oscillations, reflection/refraction, superposition, diffraction,... see more

An interactive website where students can study and experience what scientists have learned about black holes.

This resource describes how elements are built from protons, neutrons, and electrons. Animations and movies effectively... see more

This java applet show you the physics processes of a Carnot heat engine. Carnot cycle is a four-stage reversible sequence... see more

This simulation demonstrates the concept of centripetal force through a simplified carousel consisting of masses on the... see more

A large resource pertaining to the history of physics, including a newsletter, archives, library, and exhibits.

Try to beat the computer by hitting specific targets via the moves of an iterated function system. This game allows... see more

That is what we will focus on in ChaosBook. The book is a self-contained graduate textbook on classical and quantum... see more

A java application that functions as simple DC circuit simulator. Available components are batteries, bulbs, swithches,... see more

This site contains an extensive set of notes on basic topics in physics. There are extensive illustrations and animations... see more

This tutorial explores the effect of raising the temperature of a blackbody radiator. The example is a black pot that can... see more

Illustrates light through a concave lens. Can change the x-coordinate of the obbject.

Two applets demonstrate conservation of momentum.

This site, authored by Professor Nina Byers of the University of California, Berkeley, is an electronic archive about... see more

Illustrates light through a convex lens. Can change the x-coordinate of the obbject.

A tutorial that demonstrates simple image reflection of an object with a convex mirror. The visitor can adjust the... see more

Real space lattice vectors can adjusted while the corresponding real and reciprocal space lattices are displayed. The... see more

Current is a function of voltage and resistance. This Formula Solver! Series program shows the step-by-step solution for... see more

The lessons posted on this site were designed to engage students with real-world data relevant to content taught in... see more

Introduces position vs. time graphs. Discusses what their shape and slope mean, and how to determine slope. Includes... see more