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View Resource Molecular Structure and Dynamics by NMR Spectroscopy

This site provides PowerPoint slides for a lecture for a graduate-level course in NMR spectroscopy. The slides include useful animations which help to demonstrate the concepts described. While the casual student may find it hard to follow everything on the slides without an accompanying lecture, the files should be very useful for advanced students or educators putting together similar courses.

View Resource Urban Forest Hurricane Recovery

The University of Florida Extension devotes a portion of its website to Urban Forest Hurricane Recovery, which allows visitors to read a publication or view a PowerPoint presentation on the subject of cleaning up trees after a hurricane and preventing future hurricane damage to the urban forest. The first chapter on safety precautions in this presentation cautions that most injuries after natural...

View Resource Singing Insects of North America

How does one distinguish a katydid from a cricket? This website provides an answer to that question, along with samples of calls from other insects, including cicadas. The site was created by Thomas J. Walker and Thomas E. Moore, and it was designed to be of assistance to both professional and amateur biologists interested in studying singing insects. First-time visitors should scroll down to the...

View Resource Fermi Surface Database

This web site presents illustrations of the Fermi surfaces of many of the elements in the periodic table. Interactive 3D illustrations, stereo-3D images, and standard jpeg images are available. Surfaces can be displayed by band so that the relationships between band structure and electronic properties of materials can be explored. The band structures for different solid phases are also available.

View Resource Newton's Laws

This page, authored by Robert Hatch of the University of Florida, provides a lesson plan for middle or high school students studying Newton's laws and its corollaries. The page provides, foremost, a series of activities for students to perform, as well as basic descriptions of the laws behind the activities.

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