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Interactive lab, provided by New York University, illustrating the density of ice in water. Contains interactive java scripts, images, and questions that test students knowledge as students move through the exercise.
Take a look inside a typical water heater so you can understand how it works -- and why it sometimes doesn't. Author Marshall Brain gives a fairly comprehensive look at this everyday appliance. Images, videos and text...
Oscillating Sprinkler: If you've thought about it for more than five seconds, you've probably wondered about the "oscillating" part of an oscillating sprinkler: What makes the arm go back and forth? In this edition of...
An animated Powerpoint presentation for seismic refraction geophysics used on a simple two-layer system (soil over rock). Compression wave measurements used to determine depth to horizontal bedrock surface.
From the planets to various interstellar bodies, learning about astronomy can be fun and engaging. One way to learn about such matters is via podcasts, and this website is committed to finding the best astronomy...
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