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Physics in Australia to 1945

A collection of references to Australian Physics and Physicists

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Teaching Physics

Lots of information and resources for teachers from the Institute of Physics.

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The great physics quest

An article explaining how particle physics is like exploring an unknown country.

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Atomic Physics

This site gives an overview of the physics of the atom through a series of links to relevant articles.

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Recommended Physics Reading

A wiki page with a list of general physics books which are accessible

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Physics Buzz

A light hearted blog from PhysicsCentral.com documenting both news and the fun side of physics.

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Physics Instructional Resource Association

Pages with instructions for 100 demonstrations relating to all areas of physics

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Straw Oboes - Physics to go

An experiment from our Physics To Go series about sound and frequency. All you need is a straws and scissors.

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The physics of submarines

This page covers the physics involved in submarine propulsion, diving, and also sonar.

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Balloon Kebabs - Physics to go

An experiment from our Physics To Go series about tension. All you need is balloons and wooden kebab skewers.

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