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This activity from the provides a demonstration of the relationship between an object?s center of gravity and its angular momentum. One attempts to balance a stick with a piece of clay stuck to it in various l...
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...
This Exploratorium activity uses dipping birds to provide an introduction to heat engines which convert heat energy to mechanical work. The site contains an explanation of the physics involved and also an extension...
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. ...
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