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This page links to collections of physics problems created for teachers and education researchers by the University of... see more

Project CLAW: Conceptual Learning Approach to Waves. A website focused on teaching the behavior and interaction of waves.... see more

Applet demonstrates projectile motion both without and with air resistance.

This simulation shows the motion of objects fired from a cannon. Initial conditions can be changed, as can the object... see more

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

PUMAS (poo' • mas) -- is a collection of brief examples showing how math and science topics taught in K-12 classes can be... see more

This applet illustrates the propagation of electromagnetic fields from a transmitter to a receiver

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

This is a free, online textbook offered in conjunction with MIT's OpenCourseWare. "This e-Book is a first step toward a... see more

Experiments in Modern Physics conducted remotely via the Web.

ResearchGate's mission is to connect the world of science and make research open to all. Share your publications, access... see more

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

Simulation of driven transverse waves on a string. The driving frequency, amplitude, and length of string can all be... see more

This Macromedia ShockWave applet illustrates visually the complex impedance in RLC series circuits. The users may use... see more

While learning about simple machines in Physical science, my students built Rube Goldberg contraptions using all six... see more

Add different salts to water, then watch them dissolve and achieve a dynamic equilibrium with solid precipitate. Compare... see more

'NBC Learn and NBC Sports, in partnership with the National Science Foundation, explore the engineering and technology... see more

ScienceOpen is a freely accessible open access/open research network to discover and evaluate scientific information.... see more

The SVS is a NASA site that archives digital movies in the subjects of oceanography, meteorology, remote sensing,... see more

A complete set of simulations for the second semester of a college level physics class.

This site uses Macromedia Shockwave player to bring physics concepts to life. This site is for high school and college... see more

A shockwave tutorial on magnetism, written at the middle school level.

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