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Richard Feynman was one of the great communicators and scholars within the field of physics, and his very accessible lectures remain the stuff of legend. While Professor Feynman is no longer with us, physics teachers can...
This site explains why three percent is a fundamental limit of X-ray detectors that use the conventional method of conversion to electric charges, and if a higher spectral resolution is required astronomers have to...
Many things in this world are offered on a "to-go" basis. Some might not immediately think of "Physics To Go", but thank goodness the talented people at the American Physical Society and the National Science Digital...
This web page, created by author David P. Stern, are the lecture notes for a presentation to middle and high school teachers to help teach magnetism. The lectures includes a brief history of the study of magnetism from...
In this plenary lecture, the author gives an historical perspective, identifies present challenges, and evaluates research-based curriculum in physics education. One focus is on the need to provide students with a better...
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