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Millikan Oil Drop Experiment

Visual interactive tool of Millikan's oil drop experiment that measured the charge of electrons.
Material Type: Animation
Author: Charles Hamper
Date Added: May 01, 2002 Date Modified: Feb 13, 2006
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Semi-permeable Membrane

Animation shows how water molecules pass freely through a semi-permeable membrane, and larger molecules do not.
Material Type: Animation
Author: Charles Hamper
Date Added: May 01, 2002 Date Modified: Sep 26, 2004
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Standing Waves, Harmonics, Nodes & Antinodes

Selectable standing waves showing fundamental, second, third, and fourth harmonics. Also a look at Nodes and Antinodes.
Material Type: Animation
Author: Charles Hamper
Date Added: May 01, 2002 Date Modified: Mar 16, 2006
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Canal Tube Experiment

Electrons collide with gas molecules in a glass tube.
Material Type: Animation
Author: Charles Hamper
Date Added: May 01, 2002 Date Modified: May 01, 2002
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Cathode Ray Tube Experiment

Interactive cathode ray tube. The beam can be deflected by two magnetic sources.
Material Type: Animation
Author: Charles Hamper
Date Added: May 07, 2002 Date Modified: May 07, 2002
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Eliptical Orbits - Distance and Speed

The Distance and speed of a body in an eliptical orbit is mapped with trails. Labels and vectors are also selectable.
Material Type: Animation
Author: Charles Hamper
Date Added: May 01, 2002 Date Modified: May 01, 2002
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Gravity and Orbits

Visual demonstration (with vectors) of circular, eliptical, escaping, and falling orbits.
Material Type: Animation
Author: Charles Hamper
Date Added: May 01, 2002 Date Modified: May 01, 2002
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Single Oscillators in a Harmonic Wave

Interactive animated demonstration shows how single oscillators make up a cosine wave.
Material Type: Animation
Author: Charles Hamper
Date Added: May 01, 2002 Date Modified: May 01, 2002
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Tracing Simple Harmonic Motion

This animated interactive demonstration shows how the simple harmonic motion of a spring and mass translates into a cosine... see more
Material Type: Animation
Author: Charles Hamper
Date Added: May 01, 2002 Date Modified: May 01, 2002
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