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Quantum Mechanics

A BBC site giving a brief introduction to quantum mechanics

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How Holographic Memory Will Work

A brief description of how a new optical storage method, called holographic memory will work. It will go beneath the surface and use the volume of the recording medium for storage, instead of only ...

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Hamiltonian Mechanics

Description of Hamiltonian Mechanics, with links.

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Reverberation Time

The reverberant sound in an auditorium dies away with time as the sound energy is absorbed by multiple interactions with the surfaces of the room.

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Gyroscope

One typical type of gyroscope is made by suspending a relatively massive rotor inside three rings called gimbals. Mounting each of these rotors on high quality bearing surfaces insures that very ...

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Prince Louis-Victor de Broglie

Prince Louis-Victor de Broglie's (1891 - 1987) work was chiefly devoted to the study of the various extensions of wave mechanics: Dirac's electron theory, the new theory of light, the general theory ...

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Sticky Water

A good beginners explanation of surface tension.

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Pepper scatter

SImple experiment to investigate surface tension in your kitchen.

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3D Plotter

Applet enables three dimensional surface plots of functions to be graphed.

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Henry's Law

When a gas is in contact with the surface of a liquid, the amount of the gas which will go into solution is proportional to the partial pressure of that gas.

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