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Physics

provides more than 40 online interactives that demonstrate concepts in mechanics, fluid mechanics and dynamics, electromagnetism, and quantum physics. Watch simulations of a pendulum, suspension bridge, charged particle in a magnetic chamber, hourglass, Archimedes' Principle of Buoyancy, electrical fields, gears, light-matter interactions, Newton's Cradle, pulleys, springs, water flow when a dam collapses, and more. (Concord Consortium, National Science Foundation)

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Interesting Fact:

The pendulum model can be used to learn a couple of important concepts in classical mechanics, such as gravitational acceleration, and energy conservation.
Electric field distribution of a parallel-plate capacitor

Electric field distribution


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