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This site answers several common questions about rainbows, their formation, and their appearance. Diagrams along with descriptions are provided in each section. Example experiments are included.
Instructor Mark C. Hersam of Northwestern University has created this course, the Advanced Physics of Materials, presented by the NanoEd Resource Portal. This page contains the syllabus, lecture materials, and...
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...
The activity provided on this web page offers students a chance to understand how mirrors can be used to create the appearance of defying gravity. With an easy setup, these activities can make students appear to perform...
This website from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology shows a model of how Archimedes might have set the Roman fleet afire with reflected sunlight. The website uses photos and text to show the MIT engineering...
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