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Easy Java Simulations (EJS) is a Java program that enables both programmers and novices to quickly and easily prototype, test, and distribute packages of Java simulations. Version…
  
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This website contains a large collection of student activities which focus on the molecular basis of common phenomena. Each activity provides guided interactive explorations of…
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R. Mehr, T. Grossman, N. Kristianpoller, and Y. Gefen, Am. J. Phys., 54 (3), 271-273 (1985).
A simple experiment for the demonstration of percolation problems is reported. Measurements were performed on a sheet of conducting paper after randomly cutting out small square…
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T. Moore and D. Schroeder, Am. J. Phys., 65 (1), 26-36 (1996).
The authors compute the multiplicities (density of states) numerically for an Einstein solid - a collection of identical quantum harmonic oscillators. It is shown that if two such…
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K. Younge, C. Christenson, A. Bohara, J. Crnkovic, and P. Saulnier, Am. J. Phys., 72 (9), 1247-1250 (2003).
The radial distribution function is a measure of the spatial distribution of a system of particles. The authors discuss an experiment suitable for undergraduates that illustrates the…
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H. Maris and L. Kadanoff, Am. J. Phys., 46 (6), 652-657 (1977).
The renormalization group theory of continuous phase transitions is described in a way suitable for an undergraduate statistical physics course.
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S. Colbeck, Am. J. Phys., 63 (10), 888-890 (1995).
It is shown that pressure melting cannot be responsible for the low friction of ice.
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D. Stauffer, Am. J. Phys., 45 (10), 1001-1002 (1977).
The author discusses a geometrical phase transition involving percolation clusters. This continuous phase transition can be easily simulated on a computer and is analogous to the…
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J. Adler, Am. J. Phys., 67 (12), 1145-1148 (1999).
The formation of crystalline and amorphous solids is described using a simple glass bead demonstration and a discussion of annealing and rapid quenching on a computer.
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B. Liu and M. Gitterman, Am. J. Phys., 71 (8), 806-808 (2003).
The critical temperatures of the Ising model is obtained by considering the elementary cells of the square lattice in two dimensions and the cubic lattice in three dimensions. The…
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