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written by Walter Smith
The Web site is where students and educators will find songs that have been written about such things as Gauss's Law, The Twelve Days of Newton, The Relativity Song, and more. Words are provided, and some even contain playable recordings.
Subjects Levels Resource Types
General Physics
- General
- Lower Undergraduate
- High School
- Upper Undergraduate
- Collection
- Instructional Material
= Curriculum support
Intended Users Formats Ratings
- Learners
- Educators
- text/html
- audio/mpeg
- audio/realaudio
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Physics To Go This resource was featured by the Physics To Go collection from April 1, 2006 until May 2, 2006. View the feature here!
Nucleus This resource was a Nucleus feature from September 6, 2006 until September 12, 2006. View the feature here!

Access Rights:
Free access
Has a copyright or other licensing restriction.
humor, lyrics, songs
Record Creator:
Date Metadata Instance was created June 30, 2003 by Waylon Flinn
Record Updated:
August 13, 2016 by Lyle Barbato
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AIP Format
W. Smith, , WWW Document, (
W. Smith, Physics Songs, <>.
APA Format
Smith, W. (n.d.). Physics Songs. Retrieved December 7, 2023, from
Chicago Format
Smith, Walter. Physics Songs. (accessed 7 December 2023).
MLA Format
Smith, Walter. Physics Songs. 7 Dec. 2023 <>.
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@misc{ Author = "Walter Smith", Title = {Physics Songs}, Volume = {2023}, Number = {7 December 2023}, Year = {} }
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