Editor selections by Topic and Unit

The Physics Front is a free service provided by the AAPT in partnership with the NSF/NSDL.

Search Results

You may use the options below to change your display:
Alter display preferences

The following options can help you tailor your search display:

results per page
Restricted to General Topic: Modern Physics
Restricted to Specific Topic: Plasma Physics
Close your folders

Refine your search


Narrow your results

By Subject:

By Resource Type:

By Course Type:

By Physics Front Category:

By Context:
  • (1)
  • (2)
  • (5)
  • (4)

By Collection:


  
Results #1-#5 of 5
sort by: relevance | subject | date | title | author
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
R. Baker, W. Gekelman, B. Layton, R. Buck, and J. Wise
Item Types:
Laboratory
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment
This is the home page of LAPTAG, the Los Angeles Physics Teachers Alliance Group, which constructed the first high school plasma lab in the United States. Plasma, considered to be…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
Publisher: Space Science Institute
Item Types:
Lesson Plan
Activity
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment
This site offers information and images about plasmas, solar flares, and magnetic storms. Users will find out about the "solar wind," and its influence on a stream of particles from…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Item Types:
Activity
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment | Relations
IPPEX (Internet Plasma Physics Education Experience) is a project developed to allow students and teachers to participate remotely in scientific research at the nation's largest…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
D. Stern
Item Types:
Lesson Plan
Activity
Laboratory
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment
This site provides a non-mathematical overview of research on the magnetic fields and space environment around Earth. It includes articles on particles, electromagnetic forces, the…
  
Match Score:
100
Byline:
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory
Item Types:
Activity
Laboratory
Material for a New Teacher
Post a comment | Relations | Standards
This interactive science module introduces students to the basic structure of matter, including atoms, ions, elements, and molecules. Animations and simulations help learners to…