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Tutorial and applet illustrating the basic physics principles of forces acting on charged particles, producing linear... see more

Introduction to topics in electromagnetism, including hyperlinks to subtopics.

Tutorial and applet on basic electrodynamics. Applet lets the user vary the ratio of the electric and magnetic fields and... see more

This is a complete tutorial on oscillatory motion, complete with extensive explanations and references. On the left side... see more

Applet demonstrates the physics of paramagnetic materials. Extensive explanatory text included.

A large collection of tutorials on basic physics principles.

Applet and tutorial on basic issues of electrostatics involving a simple capacitor.

Extensive text explanation of basic geometric optics.

Discussion, including tables, of the SI (MKS) system of metric units.

An explanation of the concept behind significant figures. Includes descriptions of how to use them.

Applet and tutorial that illustrates how charge distributes on a spherical surface when placed in a constant electric... see more

A tutorial on basic fluid dynamics. Hyperlinks to subtopics containing applets.

Tutorial on surface tension in fluids.

Extensive discussion of modern physics. Includes sections on Activities, Slides, Radioactive Materials, Glossary, and... see more

Tutorial on the basic principles of capacitance and dielectrics.

This applet uses frames, double buffered animation, sound, several graphics and font methods etc. This applet is supposed... see more

Introductory explanation on wave motion, with hyperlinks to subtopics.

Basic tutorial on how tv screens work, aimed at those with little experience in physics.

Introduction to a series of pages featuring tutorials and applets on measurement, error, and units.

A mathematically rigorous explanation of a vector space.

A collection of advice about how to do research and how to communicate effectively (primarily for computer scientists).

A basic tutorial on atomic structure.