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Physics Web Sites

  • American Institute of Physics
    The 'Public Information' and 'History' pages have many pages that can be used as teaching resources.

  • Java applets -- Physics
    The database contains hundreds of activities demonstrating physical principles that make use of sophisticated java, vrml and shockwave programs. A great resource!

  • Martindale's Reference Desk: The Virtual Physics Center
    An extensive collection physics resources.

  • NIST Physics Laboratory
    The Physics Laboratory of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) provides measurement services and research for electronic, optical, and radiation technologies. Their Web site includes a virtual museum, in-depth information of measuring and measurements, physical constants, physical reference data, and much more.

  • Physical Science Resource Center
    A collection of annotated links for the teaching of astronomy and physics at grades K-16. Links are listed by sub-specialty and by educational level.

  • Physics 2000
    Physics 2000 takes visitors on an interactive journey through modern physics. Concepts behind such modern devices as the CAT Scan, lasers, microwave ovens (and many more) are explained through interactive graphics. A great site for anyone who wants to know why and how modern devices work.

  • Physics Games
    A collection of physics-based games that can be played online and embedded into your blog or website.

  • PhysicsSongs.org
    Sing about E&M, electronics, solid state physics, Einstein, and more. Sing to entertain, or sing to teach. Either way find songs about physics at PhysicsSongs.org.

    Virtual Library: Physics
    Fields included are: acoustics, astronomy and astrophysics aeronomy, solar-terrestrial physics and chemistry, energy, geophysics, high energy Physics, Beam Physics and Accelerator Technology, Horology (timekeeping and clocks), nuclear physics, optics, free electron lasers, optical science and engineering .
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Updated: 15 October 2009



 
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