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View Resource The Mechanical Universe and Beyond

This series of for physics teachers from Annenberg Media contains ?52 half hour video programs and coordinated books.? Video programs explore topics in physics from the basic fundamentals to more advanced concepts. Some topics of these segments include: inertia, Newton?s Laws, vectors, harmonic motion, Kepler?s Laws, electricity, magnetism and quantum mechanics. Teachers will find these p...

View Resource Demoweb

This site, from UCLA's Department of Physics, contains web and in-class demonstrations of physics concepts in the topic areas of mechanics, harmonic motion and waves, electricity and magnetism, acoustics, optics, matter and thermodynamics, modern physics, and much more. The page can be searched for key physics concepts as well, and a table of contents can help visitors find exactly the topic they...

View Resource The Physics Hypertextbook

This online textbook by Glenn Elert contains explanations, examples, and practice problems for many topics in introductory physics. These topics include Mechanics, Matter, Thermal Physics, Waves & Optics, Electricity & Magnetism, and Modern Physics. This textbook is a work in progress and is not yet finished.

View Resource General Physics I

Presented by HippoCampus, a project of the Monterey Institute for Technology and Education, this site is the first semester of a two-semester course designed to "acquaint you with topics in mechanics and classical electricity and magnetism." The half presented here is devoted to Newtonian mechanics, including kinematics, laws of motion, work and energy, systems of particles, momentum, circular...

View Resource Java Applets on Physics

This web site contains a series of applets relating to a wide range of topics in physics. The topics include mechanics, oscillations and waves, electrodynamics, optics, thermodynamics, relativity, atoms and nuclear physics. There are also links to mathematics and astronomy applets. Materials are available in a wide range of languages.

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