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The Spatial Geometry of a Uniformly Rotating Reference Frame JS Model explores the spatial geometry of the relativistic and the Newtonian reference frames. The left window depicts a…

This is an English translation of the 1905 article by Albert Einstein that establishes the relation between the mass and energy of a particle.

This is an English translation of the 1905 paper by Albert Einstein on Special Relativity.

Physlet Quantum Physics Section 2: Special Relativity provides simulation-based interactive resources that illustrate the basic concepts of special relativity. The chapters in this…

This small group activity is designed to help upper division undergraduate students compute relativistic energy and momentum in different reference frames. Students work in small…

This small group activity is designed to help upper division undergraduate students realize the connection between special relativity and electromagnetism. Students work in groups…

This small group activity is designed to help upper division undergraduate students plot trajectories of objects undergoing linear acceleration in different reference frames.…

This small group activity is designed to help upper division undergraduate students analyze a standard problem about colliding lumps of clay. Students work in small groups using…

This site offers information on inertia and relativity. It begins with a discussion on how this idea evolved and changed over time to become the theory it is today.

This applet explains the principles of Relativity based on Lorentzian and Galilean spacetime. The user can control the boost/Velocity. The applet will display the spacetime diagram…

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