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View Resource Roller Coaster G-Forces

This page, created by Tom Henderson of Glenbrook South High School, features an animated image and a discussion of the forces involved in going through a looping coaster. This page is fairly simplistic, but it does provides links to other helpful physics resources. Some of these include lesson plans discussing the subjects of: acceleration, net force and acceleration, free body diagrams,...

View Resource Demonstration Road Show

The Idaho State University Department of Physics conducts science demonstration shows at S. E. Idaho schools. Four different presentations are currently available; "Forces and Motion", "States of Matter", "Electricity and Magnetism", and "Sound and Waves". Information provided includes descriptions of the material and links to other resources.

View Resource The Physics Zone

Science Joy Wagon and the Ithaca City School District offer the Physics Zone Web site as a resource for algebra-based physics courses. Numerous interactive lessons, simulations, descriptions, and other online learning material are categorized into nine subjects including motion; forces; work and energy; momentum; electricity and magnetism; waves, light, and sound; modern physics; and nuclear...

View Resource Creating an Energy Level to Model LEDs

This resource, created by Dean Zollman of Kansas State University, discusses light emitting diodes and the role of energy (band) gaps. It also discusses the effects of impurities. The resource has contains information on construction of an LED, energy bands in an LED, effects of impurities, merging of the semiconductors and a conclusion. This resource is a part of the "Visual Quantum Mechanics...

View Resource How the Sun Shines

This is a Nobel Prize winning article by professor John N. Bahcall on how the sun shines. The articles discusses the age of the sun, the discovery of what the sun is made of, how the sun shines and much more.

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