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This resource contains interactive wave motion simulations for students in introductory physics classes. The various simulations model phenomena such as wave superposition,…
  
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S. Schneider
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This web site contains a large number of tutorials based on Physlets, Physics Java Applets. Each tutorial contains a java simulation and materials describing both the physics being…
  
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R. Feynman, R. Leighton, and M. Sands; Publisher: Addison-Wesley
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This is the first of a series of three works based on lectures given by Dr. Richard Feynman at Cal-Tech in 1961 and 1962. Volume one discusses all topics covered in classical…
  
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L. Riley
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This web site consists of lecture notes in classical and quantum mechanical waves. The notes include the basics of classical waves including connections to mechanical oscillators,…
  
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K. Forinash and W. Christian
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This is a collection of interactive tutorials on the fundamentals of waves. The tutorials emphasize concepts that are not usually easy to illustrate in textbooks. Java applets are…
  
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J. Foley, T. Mzoughi, and D. Banks
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The Web Optics Project provides an extensive set of 3D simulations of optics experiments. A wide range of systems can be modeled, including interference and diffraction, lenses,…
  
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P. Falstad
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The Wave Simulator can be used to create a wide range of demos with reflectors, lenses, cavities, and point sources. Common examples such as multiple source and multiple slit…

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