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This Exploratorium activity shows how small, fuzzy objects can disappear from view in the absence of eye movement. The site contains instructions for the activity, an explanation of the change in perception, and...
This simple resource, created by Porter W. Johnson of Illinois Institute of Technology, features activities for upper level high school students about the properties of fluids under a variety of circumstances. Students...
This website from the Exploratorium provides a demonstration of total internal reflection. The activity uses a fish aquarium to illustrate how a transparent material like water can act as a reflector. The site...
This site from the Exploratorium provides a simple demonstration of the interaction between a moving magnet and its induced electromagnetic field. As the magnet is dropped down a metallic tube, it induces eddy currents...
This site from the Exploratorium provides a demonstration, using everyday materials, of the energy exchange between two coupled pendulums. The site provides a thorough description of how the two pendulums interact and...
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