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written by Carl Rod Nave
Hyperphysics is a broad-ranging interactive physics exploration environment that is written in HTML with Javascript calculation routines. The site provides a huge collection of capsule reviews of material covered in introductory physics. The subjects are linked in flow charts that make it easy to move from one topic to a related one. The site is under continuing development by Dr. Rod Nave of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Georgia State University.
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General Physics
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condensed matter, electricity, light, magnetism, mechanics, nuclear, quantum, relativity, sound, thermodynamics
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Date Metadata Instance was created May 28, 2003 by Waylon Flinn
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