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This page from the Nanotechnology Applications and Career Knowledge (NACK) Center presents a series of laboratory activities on materials modification in nanotechnology. An overview of the activities is provided. The...
This site from the General Atomics Energy Group features a collection of educational resources on fusion. Both naturally occuring fusion and fusion as an energy source are included. Resources for teachers to use in the...
This page, authored and curated by David P. Stern, and its annex describes, in trivial terms, the physics of magnetic fields and the history of its discovery. Included is the work of Halley, Oersted, Ampere and Maxwell....
Created by Michelle Everson of the University of Minnesota, this case study discusses methods to successfully adapt graduate-level statistics courses for the online environment. Using small-group discussion assignments...
This website contains the results of a study on student difficulties in understanding energy in quantum mechanics. The most common misconceptions are listed. This content was presented to the 1997 meeting of the AAPT.
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