Featured Resource Archive - Page 2
Open Source Physics - Aug 6, 2008
Open Source Physics materials are now available as a ComPADRE Collection.
This self-contained file contains Open Source Physics programs for the teaching of time evolution and visualization of quantum-mechanical bound states that appear in the American Journal of Physics theme issue on computational physics.
Open Source Physics: Quantum Mechanical Measurement - Dec 1, 2007
This collection of java simulations and teaching materials can be used to illustrate and explore important issues related to measurements on quantum systems.
SPINS Java Homepage - Nov 1, 2007
Simulation for studying the physics of quantum spins through a virtual Stern-Gerlach experiment.
Intuitive Quantum Physics - Jul 20, 2007
This active learning course is designed to introduce wave and quantum physics to non-science majors.
PH425: Spin and Quantum Measurement - Jun 26, 2007
This course develops quantum mechanics from the point of view of spin measurements. It uses an java Stern-Gerlach simulation throughout to develop the material and student understanding.
Quantum Interactive Learning Tutorials - Jun 25, 2007
This research and development effort is creating PER-based student tutorials in quantum mechanics. The authors are looking for teachers to beta-test the materials and provide feedback.
Quantum Mechanics - Nov 23, 2006
This web site provides a concise multimedia introduction to important and fundamental properties of quantum systems.
HydrogenLab - Oct 21, 2006
This collection and tutorial contains images and animations of states of the hydrogen atom. The physics and meaning of the images are described.
OSP Spins - Mar 16, 2006
OSP Spins is a package of simulations of Stern-Gerlach experiments for spin 1/2 and spin 1 particles, as well as a number of illustrations, tutorials, and exercises to help students explore the physics of finite-dimensional quantum systems.
brought to you by the AAPT and NSF-NSDL
a member of the comPADRE Digital Library
©2003-2013, All Rights Reserved
contact the Quantum Exchange
|about - terms - privacy - faq - sitemap|