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David Smith and Ifan Hughes of Durham University Department of Physics share on this site their research into non-linear spectroscopy and rubidium vapor. Using handy illustrations, Smith and Hughes document the theory,...
The Wright research group at the University of Wisconsin-Madison presents its research using "narrow frequency distribution of tunable laser sources to gain spectral selectivity in an analytical measurement." Along...
This site, How Gyroscopes Work, is available from Howstuffworks.com. Everything from the science behind their workings, the concept and cause of precession, various gyroscope uses such as in telescopes and yo-yos, and...
This site, authored by New York Universities' Ken Perlin is the Rosie the Robot - a Question of Balance site. This comical but interesting page explains how The Jetsons TV show's Rosie the robot balances on her wheels....
This site, entitled Gyroscope, is offered by the Kenyon College Department of Physics. It describes the history of the gyroscope from its invention in 1852 by the French physicist Leon Foucault to other early...
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