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This web site is an online exhibit about Marie Curie, the discoverer of the radioactive elements polonium and radium and the first person to win two Nobel prizes. The exhibit provides an interactive account of Marie...
This website from Antonio Carlos M. De Queiroz, an associate professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, illustrates a number of different electrostatic machines. The site includes details and images of...
This web site is designed to support the effective teaching of statistical and thermal physics at the undergraduate and graduate levels. It includes simulations of the properties of standard systems and models used in...
This page showcases research conducted at Massachusetts Institute of Technology on the laser-cooling of macroscopic materials, in order to observe quantum effects. The material--a dime-sized mirror--was suspended with...
This website from the mathematics department at the University of California Riverside provides an answer to the common question "Why is the sky blue?" The page uses illustrations to explain how Tyndall Effect causes...
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