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The PhET Project
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These simulations from the University of Colorado will enable anyone to learn physics by messing around on your computer screen. For instance, in electric circuits, you will hook up…
  
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Publisher: NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
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This site hosts a composite NASA image of the southern lights Aurora over the South Pole. A link enables visitors to view a video of this aurora. The image of the Aurora is…
  
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W. Christian and M. Belloni
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The Physlet Physics Section 5: Electromagnetism provides a technology-enhanced introduction to topics in introductory E&M. Interactive javascript simulations are used to illustrate…
  
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W. Christian and M. Belloni
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The Physlet Physics Section 6: Circuits provides a technology-enhanced introduction to topics in circuits from an introductory physics course. Interactive javascript simulations are…
  
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C. Nave
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This web page contains information about the physics behind electric guitars. It includes outlines of both the production of sound by the guitar strings and the magnetic pickups that…
  
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C. Rod Nave
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This HyperPhysics webpage contains a description of "color force" and "color charge." These are concepts in the "quark model," which explains interactions of protons, neutrons, and…
  
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Publisher: The British Library
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The text in this site describes how Roentgen's discovered x-rays, how he created the first x-ray image, and how he investigated x-ray properties. Early medical applications are…
  
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Publisher: MIT Technology Review
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This short MIT Technology Review article describes how unrolling scotch tape produces x-rays. A video shows how to use these x-rays to make an image of a bone in a finger.
  
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Publisher: University of Wisconsin-Madison
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This page from the University of Wisconsin-Madison Materials Research Science and Engineering Center Interdisciplinary Education Group offers seven videos that show ferrofluid…
  
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Publisher: National High Magnetic Field Laboratory
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This webpage from the National High Magnetic Field Laboratory shows how to make a ferrofluid with readily available materials. In addition, the page links to two videos that show…
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