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This web page, authored and curated by David P. Stern, outlines the magnetic properties of the planets. Most large planets in the solar system have magnetic fields, probably produced quite differently from ours. This is...
This web page, authored and curated by David P. Stern, describes the causes of naturally occurring magnetite magnets, or 'lodestones.' It explains theories about the function of lightening and heat in such processes,...
The teaching of physics is clearly enhanced by the use of demonstrations. Visual examples of abstract concepts aid immeasurably in their mastery. They also provide an opportunity to illustrate the scientific method and...
In a universe full of motion, change is inevitable. Luckily, we find that some motions?like a planet orbiting the sun?are relatively constant and repetitive, and obey natural laws that we can come to understand thr...
Created by Paul Falstad, this applet simulates kinetic theory of gases. The volume, temperature of a plate at the bottom, and force of gravity are adjustable. A histogram displays relative velocities of different...
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