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This site, from UCLA's Department of Physics, contains web and in-class demonstrations of physics concepts in the topic areas of mechanics, harmonic motion and waves, electricity and magnetism, acoustics, optics, matter and thermodynamics, modern physics, and much more. The page can be searched for key physics concepts as well, and a table of contents can help visitors find exactly the topic they are looking for. It is an excellent source of activities and simulations to connect physics to students' everyday lives. Find a demo of horizontal and vertical bell drops, a ballistic pendulum, a falling chimney, and Rudnick's string, among many others.
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