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Young's Double-slit Experiment in the Nanoworld
By Maxim Sukharev and Professor Tamar Seideman of Northwestern University and presented by the NanoEd Resource Portal, this site explains Young's experiment and provides an animation of that experiment translated to the...
Interactive Java Applet: Interaction of Electromagnetic Plane Wave and Nanoscale Silver Metal Film with Subwavelength Slit
Created by Professor Umberto Ravaioli, Maxim Sukharev, and Professor Tamar Seideman and presented by the NanoEd Resource Portal, this applet " illustrates the dynamics of light-matter interactions in the nanoscale." ...
This webpage is part of a larger site by the author about electronic circuit engineering. This page introduces the reader to capacitors, including the principles behind how they work. Explanations of several different...
Resultant of Forces (Addition of Vectors)
This java applet gives a visual representation of the addition of vectors. The user can choose to sum from two to five arbitrary vectors. The applet adds the vectors visually, moving each to the sum of the previous...
Glacier: Complete description of what glaciers and icecaps are and why they are important to us. Maps show the location of glaciers and icecaps. This resource is part of the "Water Science for Schools" collection at...
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