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This article, from "Physical Review Focus," highlights the 1932 discovery of the positive electron, or positron, whose discovery marked the beginning of an era when many new subatomic particles were identified. The...
This activity introduces the creation of afterimages formed from a prolonged stimulation of the eye?s retina. A flashlight, paper, and tape are used to produce afterimages viewed on one?s hands and a more distant wal...
This is a great tutorial, by Rod Nate of Georgia State University, explaining what capacitors are and how they work. There are three sections: capacitors, capacitor combinations, and charges on series capacitors. ...
Earth as Art, by the U.S. Geological Survey, is a gallery of images created by the Landsat-7 and the ASTER satellites. The images are in vivid false color and show remarkable geological features ranging from volcanoes...
This activity provides a demonstration of Bernoulli?s principle as a floating card or a paper plate responds to the low pressure created by moving air. A small and a large-scale version of the activity are available a...
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