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A useful introduction to electronics, covering circuits, resistors, capacitors and semi conductors and explaining all the relevant principles.
Balancing a beam by applying various loads in different places . Could be used to verify Principle of Moments. Subscription required but with 30 day free trial.
As part of the Internet Plasma Physics Education eXperience (IPPEX) project, this Java applet is designed to illustrate the basic principles of magnetically confined fusion.
Explains why a spinning ball will curve in the air. This is the same principle used by footballers.
With a series of questions and answers the site takes the user from basic light principles to lenses in glasses and telescopes, and lasers. There are useful links and an optics glossary.
In 1678 the great Dutch physicist Christian Huygens wrote on the wave theory of light.
Part of the Physics Classroom, with plenty of animations demonstrating principles such as Newton's laws, special relativity, kinematics, waves, work, momentum and projectiles.
Refractometers are measuring instruments which are based on the principle that as the density of a substance rises), it's refractive index rises proportionately.
An animation to show the superposition of two waves
The peculiar aspects of quantum spin measurements in EPR-type experiments can be regarded as a natural extension of the principle of special relativity. This article looks at the mathematics of this ...
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