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Publisher: Idaho State University
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This site shows and explains the setup of the Flame Tube or Ruben's Tube demonstration. It includes images of the apparatus and the technical details needed to run the demonstration.
  
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Publisher: Scientific American
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This site provides a description of breaking the sound barrier in terms of the propagation of sound waves. The site includes a striking image of the cloud generated around a…
  
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Publisher: Public Broadcasting Service
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NOVA's Faster than Sound is a short history of how Chuck Yeager broke the sound barrier in the Bell X-1. It includes interviews of the key people involved, including audio recording…
  
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C. Nave
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This webpage, from Hyperphysics, provides a detailed explanation of how waves form in the ocean. A series of diagrams show how the water moves as a wave passes by. The site shows how…
  
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Publisher: Scientific American
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This Scientific American article discusses how rogue waves were measured in 1955, which encouraged scientists to try to find the causes behind them. Several methods that attempt to…
  
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Science Learning Network
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This webpage from the Science Learning Network provides directions for a simple activity that shows how the water moves as a wave passes by. Only everyday materials are needed. A…
  
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Publisher: NOAA; NESDIS
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This comprehensive NOAA site provides a wealth of information on tsunamis. Its sections explain the basic science, lay out NOAA's role, and provide much more, including numerous…
  
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A. Glasmann, W. Christian, and M. Belloni
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The EjsS Wave Illustration Package contains JavaScript adaptations of Physlet Illustrations from Physlet Physics Chapter 17. Students need to interact with the Physlet, but the…
  
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Kansas State Physics Education Research Group and D. Zollman
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Try out double-slit interference on this site. You'll see elegant interference patterns and find out what happens as you change the wavelength, the source separation and the phase.
  
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P. Renault
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This applet illustrates the principles of constructive and destructive interference in transverse waves moving in opposite directions. Users can begin by shaping the two wave pulses…
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