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Authored and curated by David P. Stern, these web pages introduce the concept of work and its relation to energy. An example of electric work and energy using the example of a Van de Graaff Generator. These pages are...
This essay describes the influence that the pendulum had on Galileo's thinking and science. It also discusses the use of a pendulum to measure time. This is a part of The Galileo Project, an extensive web site on the...
This web site contains a set of videos of physical phenomena that can be used for data analysis. Physics subjects that can be studied with the videos include: tension and acceleration, gravity and air resistance,...
In this lecture, Dr. Daniel Styer, a physics professor at Oberlin College, guides the listener through nine formulations of quantum mechanics. Styer discusses each formulation's unique abilities and challenges, then...
MIT Open Courseware provides free and open resources from a broad range of classes. This Physics collection contains material from physics classes ranging from introductory physics to advanced graduate courses. The...
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