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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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Computation and Problem Solving in Undergraduate Physics (CPSUP) is a collection of texts providing instruction in the use of computer-based symbolic and numerical approaches to…
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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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