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How to get your coffee cool enough to drink in the shortest possible time.
Interactively explore the timeline of the universe.
Evaporative cooling is what cools your cup of hot coffee. But how?
Various applets allowing results to be taken for demonstration purposes.
Ever thought about how a brick of vacuum packed coffee goes soft as soon as it's opened? Understanding the behaviour of granular materials could help physicists to better understand not only coffee ...
A fun toy that lets you build a sledge run and then test it out. You'll need a good feel for the laws of motion to get results!
A look at the results from BICEP2 detector in the south pole which gives evidence for inflation happening at the start of the universe.
Kaufmann's experimental results on deflection of electrons in an electromagnetic field favoured Abraham's theory, not Einstein and Lorentz, but were eventually proved wrong.
Ever wondered what it would look like to microwave soap, wax crayons or even fairy lights? This virtual microwave lets you see the results without any of the mess.
A diagram showing a dc generator working, on which the frequency of ration is adjustable. The results are seen on an analogue meter, and an oscilloscope screen. Useful description of the commutator.
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