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This PhET simulation, now available on HTML5, offers multiple tools to explore wave interference in water, sound, and light waves. Users can simulate two waves without barriers,…
  
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This 16-minute video blends rare archival footage with interviews of leading scientists to explore how the double-helix structure of DNA was discovered. Published by Howard Hughes…
  
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This classroom-ready resource set accompanies the HHMI Biointeractive video, "The DNA Double Helix Discovery" (see Related Items). It contains an in-depth film guide providing…
  
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This article from NOVA Newsletter features an interview with biologist Lynne Osman Elkin, a noted author on Rosalind Franklin's contributions in deciphering the structure of DNA.…
  
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Bragg's Law defines the fundamental mathematical relationship upon which X-ray crystallography measurement is based. Rosalind Franklin was an expert in X-ray crystallography and…
  
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This web page contains a free video software tool to perform kinematic analysis of experiments captured in short video clips. Its features include position, velocity, and…
  
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This page contains an index of 80+ animation-based tutorials for high school physics, all created by the author of The Physics Classroom website. Each topic contains background…
  
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This resource is an animation-based tutorial for introductory physics on the topics of amplitude, frequency, period and phase, angular frequency, and wave velocity. It was developed…
  
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This presentation contains the results of a research study on misconceptions students have concerning wave mechanics and motion. The results indicate that many students have…
  
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In this lesson, Part 2 of the AAPT Color Science trilogy, students use colored candies, LED lamps, and/or smartphone flashlight apps to further investigate color perception. A red…
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