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  1. How to Teach Physics to Your Dog by Chad Orzel, 2009-12-22
  2. How to Solve Physics Problems (College Course) by Robert Oman, Daniel Oman, 1996-08-01
  3. Physics Formulas and Tables: Classical Mechanics, Heat, Gas, Thermodynamics, Electromagnetism, Optics, Atomic Physics, Physical Constants, Symbols & more. ... chapters in demo (Mobi Study Guides) by MobileReference, 2007-06-20
  4. Barron's AP Physics C by Robert A. Pelcovits Ph.D., Joshua FarkasM.D., 2008-01-01
  5. Physics (Cliffs Quick Review) by Linda Huetinck Ph.D., Scott Adams, 2001-06-15
  6. College Physics (7th Edition) by Jerry D. Wilson, Anthony J. Buffa, et all 2009-03-28
  7. University Physics with Modern Physics with Mastering Physics (11th Edition) by Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman, 2003-08-08
  8. Physics Made Simple (Made Simple (Broadway Books)) by Christopher De Pree, 2005-01-11
  9. Physics and Technology for Future Presidents: An Introduction to the Essential Physics Every World Leader Needs to Know by Richard A. Muller, 2010-05-02
  10. Physics by John D. Cutnell, Kenneth W. Johnson, 2009-01-01
  11. Cracking the AP Physics C Exam, 2010 Edition (College Test Preparation) by Princeton Review, 2009-09-01
  12. The Physics of Star Trek by Lawrence M. Krauss, 2007-07-10
  13. Factory Physics by W. Hopp, Mark L. Spearman, 2008-01-01
  14. The Edge of Physics: A Journey to Earth's Extremes to Unlock the Secrets of the Universe by Anil Ananthaswamy, 2010-03-02

61. E-Print Archive Mirror
ArXiv is an eprint service in the fields of physics, mathematics, non-linear science, computer science, and quantitative biology. e-Print archive mirror
Automated e-print archives nlin math cs q-bio physics
17 Jan 2004 Endorsement system introduced.
15 Sep 2003 Announcement of New Quantitative Biology archive.
For more info, see cumulative "What's New" pages.
Robots Beware: indiscriminate automated downloads from this site are not permitted
Nonlinear Sciences
Computer Science

62. Museo Di Fisica Di Napoli - Home Page
Museum of the University of Naples, Italy, physics Department. Several centuries of instruments may be viewed. English and Italian language versions are available.
Università di Napoli Federico II ~ Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche Aggiornato il 31 july 2000 Last added on Consigliata la risoluzione visitatori dal 31 luglio 2000 visitors since 31 july 2000 This site is best viewed at Webmaster
©2000 Dipartimento di Scienze Fisiche - Università di Napoli Federico II
Sito realizzato con i fondi della legge 113/91 "Diffusione della Cultura Scientifica"

63. Physics Blog
Pointers to stories for the entertainment of physicists, future physicists, and people who work with physicists.

Suggest a blog entry
Other blogs Technorati Top 100 Blogs Weblogs
Eatonweb Portal: Weblog directory ... Google blogsearch
We blog (pronounced wee-blawg):
Endlessly updated pointers to other sites, usually accompanied by commentary. Most commonly called "blog".
This we blog is for the entertainment of physicists, future physicists,
and people who work with physicists September 15, 2005, 9:11 a.m.
Despite having the bones and muscles to perform a variety of gaits, human beings have developed an overwhelming preference for just two: walking and running. Find out why September 9, 2005, 4:18 p.m.
Today is the 60th anniversary of the first computer program"debugging" . (It was a moth.) August 30, 2005, 4:58 p.m.
Moon Tennis anyone? NASA ponders tennis played on the moon. How does the Bernoulli Effect affect a serve? Could moondust could really charge up the game? When Duke Ellington wrote, "it don't mean a thing if you ain't got that swing," he wasn't thinking of playing tennis in a spacesuit, but if the suit fits... May 11, 2005, 5:54 p.m.

64. APS Forum On Physics And Society Newsletters
Quarterly newsletter; articles on nuclear proliferation, nuclear power and energy policy.
Physics and Society is the quarterly of the Forum on Physics and Society, a division of the American Physical Society. It presents letters, commentary, book reviews, and reviewed articles on the relations of physics and the physics community to government and society. It also carries news of the Forum and provides a medium for Forum members to exchange ideas. Opinions expressed are those of the authors alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of the APS or of the Forum. Contributed articles (up to 2500 words, technicalities are encouraged), letters (500 words), commentary (1000 words), reviews (1000 words), and brief news articles, are welcome. Send them to the editor or (for reviews) to the reviews editor. Macintosh disks (accompanied by hard copy) are welcome, as is hard copy. Editor: Al Saperstein; co-editor: Jeff Marque. For names of other editors, see the list of officers on the Forum Homepage. Layout: Amera Jones

2001 Issues Choose from...

65. Physics Illinois, Department Of Physics, University Of Illinois At Urbana-Champa
General information about the department, with faculty and staff backgrounds, academic offering and research information, newsletter, and seminar schedules.

People Education ... Site Map
Department of Physics

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Text Only

Site Map


"If I look confused, it's because I'm thinking."— Samuel Goldwyn
Today's Events
This Week in Physics Physics Blog Mechanics of Foot Travel Physics News Update Physics Courses Paul Kwiat kicks off SPH 2005 with " Einstein's Miracle Year " Saturday, Sept. 17, 10:15 a.m., 141 Loomis Physics welcomes Chloe Jia-Wen Budakian, Sept 12, 6 lbs. 15 oz. Physics salutes our excellent teachers! Illinois' first atomic BEC! At 6 p.m. Monday, August 15, 2005, the DeMarco group (graduate students Matt White and Matt Pasienski, post-doc Hong Gao, and Professor Brian DeMarco ) took these images of Illinois' first atomic (Click on the figure for a higher-resolution image.) The figure shows a sequence of absorption images; the temperature of the Rb gas decreases as the labels increase from "1" to "12." The BEC first emerges at image "4" (around 150 nK and 300,000 atoms), and the thermal gas disappears in the final two images. Funding for this work was provided by the National Science Foundation, the Office of Naval Research, and the University of Illinois.

66. AAS Solar Physics Division
Greenbelt, Md Members, organization, news, meetings, contacts.
Join now via HTML or PDF application form Get your e-mail via SolarMail Read the latest SolarNews Search the SPD membership list About the SPD Officers Members ... Links
Next meeting:
The 2006 SPD meeting will be held in
Durham, New Hampshire, 2006 June 25-30.
The meeting will be held on the UNH campus and a wide range in housing options from air conditioned, internet wired dorm rooms to the elegant New England Center hotel will be available. The LOC is considering a golf tournament and hikes on Sunday before the meeting. Durham NH is served by airlines flying out of Portland ME, Manchester NH, and Boston MA.
Jim Ryan (LOC Chair), Ed DeLuca (SOC Chair)
Past meeting:
The 2005 SPD meeting, held jointly with the AGU's Joint Assembly in New Orleans, was a resounding success. Links to details about the Hale and Harvey Prize talks can be found on the new Prizes page. Return to the main AAS web page Last redesign 2005 August 25 - S. Cranmer
Last revised 2005 August 26 - J.B. Gurman

67. WYP2005
International effort to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Miraculous Year (1905) and raise public awareness of physics.
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68. Acoustics And Vibration Animations
Dan Russell, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Applied physics at Kettering University in Flint, MI
Acoustics and Vibration Animations
Dan Russell
, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Applied Physics at Kettering University in Flint, MI The links below contain animations which visualize certain concepts concerning acoustics and vibration. The choice of animations coincides with topics covered in the courses PHYS-382, Acoustics I: Sounds and Sources , and PHYS-482, Acoustics II: Sound and Vibration , which I teach at Kettering University. The contents (and links) of this page were last updated May 7, 2003
Acoustics I: Sounds and Sources
Basic Wave Phenomena
Sound Waves and Radiation from Sources

69. World Year Of Physics 2005
Plans to bring the excitement of physics to the public and inspire a new generation of scientists. Includes information about projects, events and Einstein,
About WYP 2005 Projects Events Teachers ... About Einstein
Event Finder Choose a state and/or date below to find World Year of Physics Events or browse all events . You may also submit an event All States Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming All Dates September 2004 October 2004 November 2004 December 2004 January 2005 February 2005 March 2005 April 2005 May 2005 June 2005 July 2005 August 2005 September 2005 October 2005 November 2005 December 2005 January 2006 February 2006 March 2006
Include Nationwide Events
The World Year of Physics 2005 is a United Nations endorsed, international celebration of physics. Events throughout the year will highlight the vitality of physics and its importance in the coming millennium, and will commemorate the pioneering contributions of Albert Einstein in 1905. Through the efforts of a worldwide collaboration of scientific societies, the World Year of Physics brings the excitement of physics to the public and will inspire a new generation of scientists.

70. Science On High-Energy Lasers: From Today To The NIF
An overview of science performed with high energy lasers, including five scientific areas (astrophysics and space physics, hydrodynamics, material properties, plasma physics, radiation sources, and radiative properties).
Science on High-Energy Lasers:
From Today to the NIF
Facility Definitions

Material Properties

Plasma Physics
Radiative Properties

Richard W. Lee
Richard Petrasso
Roger W. Falcone
To help you find specific subject areas, we have also provided a document map showing all the sections and subsections. Last modified on February 1, 1996
If you have technical questions about this page contact: Richard Lee ( and Science on High-Energy Lasers: From Today to the NIF

71. Home - Physics @ Berkeley
Offers undergraduate and graduate degrees. Provides course descriptions and schedules, a faculty directory, services provided, and a research guide.
home contact us site map uc berkeley ... login
Physics at Berkeley has long been in the forefront of discovery and achievement. In 1931, Ernest O. Lawrence invented the cyclotron at Berkeley, ushering in the era of high-energy physics and a tradition of achievement that continued today. Seven of Berkeley's eighteen Nobel Prizes were awarded to Berkeley physicists. The most recent National Research Council nationwide rankings identify the Department as one of the best in the nation.
about the department
research graduate
... UC Berkeley's Ph.D. programs in the top five J. Robert Oppenheimer represents many things, but it is the common humanity present in his science, his teaching, his successes, and his failures which make him a complex and rich historical character. Click here for more on Oppenheimer. Department of Physics
University of California
366 LeConte Hall MC 7300
Berkeley, CA 94720-7300
Tel: 510-642-7166
Fax: 510-643-8497
E-mail: emailMask('physics', '')

72. Physics 1996
Awarded to David M. Lee, Douglas D. Osheroff, and Robert C. Richardson. The press release contains a good (technical) discussion of the superfluidity of helium3.
The Nobel Prize in Physics 1996
"for their discovery of superfluidity in helium-3" David M. Lee Douglas D. Osheroff Robert C. Richardson 1/3 of the prize 1/3 of the prize 1/3 of the prize USA USA USA Cornell University
Ithaca, NY, USA Stanford University
Stanford, CA, USA Cornell University
Ithaca, NY, USA b. 1931 b. 1945 b. 1937 The Nobel Prize in Physics 1996
Press Release

Presentation Speech

Illustrated Presentation
Other Resources
The 1996 Prize in:


Physiology or Medicine
Literature ... Economic Sciences Find a Laureate: Get to know all 770 Prize Winners! » Games and Simulations » SITE FEEDBACK ... TELL A FRIEND Last modified April 14, 2005

73. KFKI Home Page
Large research establishment covering the most diverse fields of physics and related technologies.
New Search Home Icon toolbar ... KFKI campus houses five research institutes of the
ungarian A cademy of ... ciences in Budapest, Hungary:
KFKI Research Institute for Particle and Nuclear Physics

Research Institute for Technical Physics and Materials Sciences

Research Institute for Solid State Physics and Optics

KFKI Atomic Energy Research Institute
Other research related on-campus organizations

Research Support and Services:
Computer Networking Center

Physics Search

Technology Park ... enter comments to: Campus Computer Networking Center Library ... General Info

74. The Net Advance Of Physics
MIT resource providing discussions at various levels of sophistication that cover all areas of physics.
IN MEMORIAM PROF. HENRY W. KENDALL 1926 - 1999 Computer support for
The Net Advance of Physics
is furnished by
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Alphabetical Index to Review Papers and Tutorials:
B C D ... Hans Bethe Memorial Page:
Added 2005 March 13. Igor Ivanov's PHYSICS ENCYCLOPEDIA @ Net Advance of Physics: A collection of annotated links to physics sites of interest, organized by topic. SPECIAL REVIEWS:
1. Organic Chemistry of Meteorites and Comets, by N. Redington and K. R. Keck, 1996

Condensed Matter Physics, by A. Melikidze, 2002
Credits Special HISTORY OF SCIENCE Page ...
This is a free service.
To contribute to this page, contact:
Norman Hugh Redington

75. A Glossary Of Physics Terms, With Links To An Online Textbook.
Definitions with crossreferences to online textbooks.
Home Physics Astronomy Courses
Physics Contents
Why a new book?

1. Newtonian Physics

2. Conservation Laws
Glossary of Physics Terms
The following are glossary entries compiled from the Light and Matter series of free introductory physics textbooks
Each entry has a link to the volume that contains it.
You can also browse the tables of contents of the books:
Contents of book 1, Newtonian Physics

Contents of book 2, Conservation Laws

Contents of book 3, Vibrations and Waves
Contents of book 4, Electricity and Magnetism ... Contents of book 6, The Modern Revolution in Physics Absorption . What happens when wave passes through a medium and gives up some of its energy. See textbook. Acceleration . The rate of change of velocity; the slope of the tangent line on a v t graph. See textbook. Alpha decay . The radioactive decay of a nucleus via emission of an alpha particle. See textbook. Alpha particle . A form of radioactivity consisting of helium nuclei. See textbook. Ammeter . A device for measurin electrical current. See textbook.

76. MIT Department Of Physics
Portal with links to a department overview, academic programs, personnel, and research.
The MIT Department of Physics has been a national resource since the turn of the 20th century. Our Department has been at the center of the revolution in understanding the nature of matter and energy and the dynamics of the cosmos.
Green Center/PDSI UPDATE:

Department of Physics

Fall Colloquia Schedule

Giving to Physics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Department of Physics
tel: 617.253.4800
fax: 617.253.8554
Mailing Address

77. The Physics Help Page
Email help in kinematics, Newton's laws, motion in two dimensions, momentum and collisions, work and energy, and circular motion with gravitation.
Do you need help in physics? Then you've come to the right place. I'll be adding things from time to time, so be sure to check here every so often. If you go to Glenbrook South, or another registered school, I can help you with your Minds on Physics and Internet Problems that I know, can be oh so very tedious...especially if you have, like, one problem on a MOP that you just cant get, and your teacher won't explain it, or thinks he does, but really doesn't :) Ok, anyway, I figured if Im helping everyone at school, I might as well help people on the internet as well. E-mail me Your questions on:
Some Useful links
Minds on Physics Internet Modules
(if you are a student at Glenbrook South, or other registered school)
Internet Problems (GBS Students ONLY)


Physics in the Classroom
(if I cant get to you soon enough, or don't have your topic listed above) Really good resource page. You are student number to visit this site Let me know what you think!
Sign the G-Book! Kinematics
Newtons Laws
Vectors and Projectiles
Forces in 2-Dimensions Momentum and Collisions Work and Energy Circular Motion and Gravitation Static Electricity Electric Circuts (not my best) Waves Sound and Music Light and Color Lenses and Mirrors
Be sure to include what topic you need help on in the subject and specificallywhat you need help on in the body of your message And for those of you science-buffs, here are some of todays headlines in Science from Ruters

78. HyperPhysics

79. First Page ISSP / ÈÔÒÒ
Specialized in fundamental and applied research in the field of condensed matter physics, optics, spectroscopy and laser physics.
Created: April, 10, 2004; Last updated: August, 19, 2005
2004 ISSP - BAS

80. HyperPhysics Concepts
A concept map of physics showing relationships between topics while giving explanations and references.


Class Home

Connections to:



Focused Applications
... Go Back
About HyperPhysics
Rationale for Development
Part of the intent for this exploration environment is to provide many opportunities for numerical exploration in the form of active formuli and standard problems implemented in Javascript. An active exploration in physics will typically lead you to something which needs to be quantified, and it is hoped that the many Javascript-enabled calculations will provide many opportunities to answer "What if .." type questions. New content for HyperPhysics will be posted as it is developed. The intent is to maintain the entire HyperPhysics project on the Web with stable locations so that links to it may be established with confidence that they will be there for an extended period of time. As the basic phase nears completion, the author is interested in extensions to specific applied areas. If you are interested in developing specific material for a specialized course, you might consider building it upon this framework with links to HyperPhysics to provide the basic conceptual background. The entire HyperPhysics project can be made available on a cross-platform CD ROM since it will remain compatible with the standard web browsers.
Who is using HyperPhysics?

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