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This is a good explanation of this important development in understanding quantum mechanics. It has many links off to further information on the people and ideas involved.
Designed by students as part of the ThinkQuest competition although not perfect this site is very appealing visually and explains some of the principles of mechanics and forces.
Twelve short mechanics problems, some with hints to help the user towards a solution, all with worked solutions. Includes the classic on jumping up in a falling lift.
Really useful guide to all aspects of quantum mechanics.
These pages explain the mechanics of flight, focusing on how they are used by birds, bats and other vertebrates.
A site with hypertext links to sets of lecture notes of thermodynamics.
Interactive demonstrations with applets in mechanics, fluids, waves, electricity and nuclear physics.
Analysing the mechanics of the grasshopper jump.
A range of activities on aerodynamics and fluid mechanics.
A good introduction to the mechanics of tennis, with lots of content about the aerodynamics and forces at play.
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