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Rays of lights are reflected from the mirror, each ray satisfying the law of reflection.

This tutorial demonstrates the process of a nuclei splitting into two separate daughter cells with a complete set of... see more

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

A simulation of a car where the user can input the initial position, velocity, and acceleration. Simulation displays the... see more

An online demonstration of a multimeter

This is a tutorial about Newton's Laws.  The following topics are included: Lesson 1 - Newton's First Law of Motion... see more

This exercise shows the tricky business of compromise that all engineers face. In designing a bicycle frame, choice of... see more

A very large collection of links to nuclear physics and radioactivity web site resources.

Applet that demonstrates the use of an oscilloscope. User is given sample questions, for which the applet states whether... see more

A collection of pages illustrating basic concepts in electicity and magnetism. Applets from various authors included as... see more

Simulation of the brownian diffusion of particles deviation and a graph of the radial density

A very versatile periodic table that displays not only the properties of each element, but also how they compare to each... see more

This simulation shows the motion of a moon around a planet under the influence of gravity. In this simulation, you can... see more

This tutorial allows visitors to interactively block or pass light waves by controlling the alignment of polarizers with... see more

A tutorial on potential energy with explanatory text, a Java applet, and a simple activity.

Applet demonstrates projectile motion both without and with air resistance.

You can raise or lower the load with the mouse. If you click on the mouse button, a spring balance appears showing the... see more

This tutorial explores how changes in the refractive index of a lens material affects the focal point of the lens. It... see more

Composition resistors are color coded to indicate the resistance values of resistors in ohms as well as the tolerance... see more

A shockwave tutorial on magnetism, concentrating on the magnetic field produced by moving charges. Written at the middle... see more

An interactive Java quiz tool for testing a student's understanding of significant figures. A number is presented, and... see more

This page demonstrates how CMOS transistors and basic gates work. It is intended for our computer science undergraduate... see more

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

Information and an animated gif showing how the eardrum receives sound waves.