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Light and Shadow Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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A. Duffy
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The Light and Shadow Model shows light that either passes through a mask with a hole in it, or it is blocked by an object, as it travels to a screen on the right. The user can turn…
Spectroscopy Using the Tracker Video Analysis Program  [ Conference Proceedings ]
  
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D. Brown, AAPT 2005 Summer Meeting (2005).
Spectroscopy has important applications in many fields and deserves more attention than is the norm in introductory optics labs. This poster describes a set of inexpensive,…
  
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This web page provides a brief introduction to the wavelengths of visible light. It discusses the wavelengths of the standard visual colors, mentions wavelengths outside of the…
Blackbody Radiation Spectrum Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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F. Hwang; Editors: L. Wee and W. Christian
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The Blackbody Radiation Spectrum model shows six fixed-temperature curves between Tmin and Tmax and a red variable-temperature curve that can be adjusted using a slider. The…
  
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This is a NASA-created lesson plan on the primary colors of light (red, green, and blue), developed for use in grades 4-8. It introduces children to the basics of the primary…
  
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M. Davidson, K. Spring, M. Parry-Hill, and R. Sutter; Publishers: Olympus America, Inc. and National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
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This item is a Java simulation that illustrates what happens when the primary additive colors of light (red, green, and blue) are mixed in any combination. It consists of a red,…
  
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This is an interactive Java simulation that illustrates the addition of the primary colors of light: red, blue, and green. It displays two light sources that cast shadows onto a…
  
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This is a NASA-created instructional module on the topic of light, color, and the electromagnetic spectrum. The three-part module was developed for use in grades 4-8. It introduces…
  
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This resource is a multimedia teachers' lab on properties of light. Explicit directions enable teachers to participate independently, without a formal workshop leader. Users will…
  
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C. Nave
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This HyperPhysics page from Georgia State University contains an explanation as to why the sky is blue, as well as details about Rayleigh and Mie scattering. See also the explanation…
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