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This is the landing page for the PhET Project's collection of HTML5 interactive simulations. Many of the original PhET Java and Flash simulations have been converted from original, with more in process. The newly converted simulations cover topics in physics, chemistry, biology, math, and Earth science. All simulations are available at no cost.
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General Physics
- Collections
Other Sciences
- Chemistry
- Geoscience
- Life Sciences
- Mathematics
- Lower Undergraduate
- High School
- Middle School
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- Instructional Material
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- Educators
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Metadata instance created December 22, 2017 by Caroline Hall
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June 26, 2018 by Bruce Mason
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(PhET, Boulder, 2017), WWW Document, (
PhET HTML5 Simulations, (PhET, Boulder, 2017), <>.
APA Format
PhET HTML5 Simulations. (2017, December 22). Retrieved August 23, 2019, from PhET:
Chicago Format
PhET. PhET HTML5 Simulations. Boulder: PhET, December 22, 2017. (accessed 23 August 2019).
MLA Format
PhET HTML5 Simulations. Boulder: PhET, 2017. 22 Dec. 2017. 23 Aug. 2019 <>.
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@misc{ Title = {PhET HTML5 Simulations}, Publisher = {PhET}, Volume = {2019}, Number = {23 August 2019}, Month = {December 22, 2017}, Year = {2017} }
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