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This Exploratorium site contains an activity to produce images with a cylindrical mirror. The mirror is made of aluminized Mylar backed with construction paper. The site provides diagrams to explain the observed...
This applet displays the motion of two blocks. One of them is moving on a level surface and the other one along a curved surface, the curve of which can be changed. The initial velocity of the blocks, equal for the two...
This web site, by Rob Salgado at the Syracuse University Department of Physics, contains a detailed introduction to relativity. It integrates textual explanations of relativity concepts with diagrams and animations to...
Created by Tony R. Kuphaldt, this web site from the Open Book Project provides educational resources for learning and teaching electronics. It is promotes student discussion and individual research. The web site...
This activity from the Exploratorium provides a classic science demonstration of the buoyancy of a Cartesian diver, named after scientist René Descartes. A diver made from an eyedropper or Bic? pen is made to float, si...
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