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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

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62. Washington University Physics
Welcome to the Department of physics at Washington University in St. Louis. Please explore the website to find information about cuttingedge research,

The panels show the last part of the inspiral of a neutron star binary and the final coalescence . The process is expected to be one of the significant sources of gravitational wave and gamma ray emissions. Welcome to the Department of Physics at Washington University in St. Louis.
Please explore the website to find information about cutting-edge research, the undergraduate and graduate programs, and job opportunities. Please contact our office or any faculty member by email or phone for additional information.
  • Congratulations to Ken Kelton who will be bestowed Arkansas Tech University's highest alumni honor. He will be inducted into the Arkansas Tech Hall of Distinction during the spring commencement ceremonies. Professors Martin Israel and John Rigden have been selected by the St. Louis Academy of Science to receive Outstanding Scientists Awards. The honors will be conferred on Wednesday, April 16, 2008. Professor Israel will receive the Fellows Award and Professor Rigden will receive the Educator Award. Congratulations to our department's senior accountant Christine Monteith Laboratory for Ultrasonics alumnus, W.E.Moerner, has been awarded the

63. Home Page - Physics At Minnesota
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Toward the Large Hadron Collider
The Compact Muon Solenoid (CMS) Experiment at CERN recently reached an important milestone, the insertion of "the tracker" into the core of the detector. The tracker measures the positions of the particles into the collider ring. Professor Jeremiah Mans of the School of Physics and Astronomy is a member of the large collaboration CMS (Compact Muon Solenoid) that will take measurements on the upcoming Large Hadron Collider (LHC). Read More...
Quantum Magnetism Workshop sponsored by FTPI
The Fine Theoretical Physics Institute (FTPI) will sponsor a workshop on Quantum Magnetism from May 2-4, 2008 on the Minneapolis Campus of the University of Minnesota. Read More...
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Applications are now being accepted for the summer 2008 Quarknet program. Deadline for application is April 4, 2008.

64. Physics
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65. The Physics Hypertextbook™
This is a page in The physics Hypertextbook™. It is a work in progress.
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66. OSU Physics: Homepage
Highlights current department news, events, and calendar of activities, with research and academic course information, lecturing schedule, and newsletters.
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Prof. Richard Hughes (left) has been named the recipient of this year's Colleges of the Arts and Sciences Honors Faculty Service Award for exemplary service to the ASC Honors Program and its students. Prof. Hughes will be recognized and will receive a $1,000 honorarium at the Colleges of the Arts and Sciences Spring Reception Honoring Outstanding Achievement on April 1, 2008. Prof. John Beacom (right) has been recognized as the recipient of the 2008 Outstanding Teaching Award. This is the only completely student-run award at The Ohio State University and is administered by the Colleges of the Arts and Sciences Student Council. Prof. Beacom will be recognized with a plaque and an honorarium of $1,000 at the Colleges of the Arts and Sciences Spring Reception Honoring ... [More]
Prof. Robert Perry Surprised by President Gee and Archie Griffin
Prof. Robert Perry was awarded the Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching with a surprise classroom visit from President Gee and Archie Griffin on Friday, February 29. The Alumni Award for Distinguished Teaching recognizes a maximum of 10 faculty for outstanding teaching achievement. Students, faculty, and alumni nominate candidates, and a committee comprised of faculty, students, and alumni chooses recipients. Recipients are recognized with a $3,000 honorarium made possible by gifts from alumni and friends of Award. This is the only completely student-run award at The Ohio State University and is administered by the Colleges of the Arts and Sciences Student Council. Prof. Beacom will be recognized with a plaque and an honorarium of $1,000 at the Colleges of the Arts and Sciences Spring Reception Honoring ...

67. Department Of Physics - Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
Department of physics at Purdue University offers undergraduate and graduate degrees with research opportunities in applied physics, condensed matter,

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68. Usenet Physics FAQ
sci.physics frequently asked questions with answers.
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This is the web version of the Usenet Physics FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions). Its purpose is to provide good answers to questions that have been discussed often in sci.physics and related usenet newsgroups. The articles in this FAQ are based on those discussions and on information from good reference sources. That does not mean that they are always perfect and complete. If you have corrections, updates or additional points to make please send an email to the editor, (his cv is here ). If you want to write up an article following a news group discussion about a subject not yet covered here then feel free to send it to the editor, but please do not use this address to ask new questions. Ask them in the appropriate newsgroup instead. If you are new to the Physics newsgroups, welcome! Please read the article An Introduction to the Physics Newsgroups . It will help you find the right newsgroup for your questions and will give you other crucial advice about appropriate netiquette for these groups. Above all you should check carefully to see if your questions are answered in this FAQ before posting. This FAQ was created by Scott Chase in 1992. The web version was created, maintained and enlarged by Michael Weiss and Philip Gibbs. Others who have written for the FAQ are credited at the top of the items they submitted while many more who have made smaller contributions have been thanked privately.

69. Traer.physics
a particle system physics engine for processing. Just a simulation, it tells you where particles are and it s your job to draw them.
a particle system physics engine for processing . Just a simulation, it tells you where particles are and it's your job to draw them. No collisions, you can take care of them yourself if you want! DOWNLOAD traer.physics library for processing, unzip it and put it in /processing/libraries/ There are 4 parts:
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  • Particles , which move around in space according to the forces acting on them
  • Springs , each which acts on 2 particles
  • Attractions/repulsions , which act on 2 particles Some features:
  • A very stable RK4 integrator so you can put lots of complicated forces on things
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    Stability is always an issue. By stability i mean whether or not the simulation blows up and your particles fly off the screen. Stability is proportional to the forces acting on the particles and the time step. Larger time steps are less stable than smaller ones but many smaller steps require more computation and might slow down your frame rate. At any given time step there is a limit to how much force you can have and still be stable. If you have a really high spring constant the spring will be very stiff and snap back quickly, but maybe too quickly. Maybe it explodes. I used a 4th order Runge-Kutta integrator (or RK4 as it's called) so it is pretty stable and should give you really fast accelerations. I usually use particles with 1.0 mass and a time step of 1.0 at 24 frames per second. Springs with a spring constant of 0.1 and damping of 0.1 behave pretty springily. Look at the examples, especially the dangly spring to get a feel parameter tweaking.
  • 70. The University Of Arizona Department Of Physics
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    Macroscopic resonant tunnelling through Andreev interferometers
    Conventional electronics use electric potentials to switch currents on and off. At the nanoscale, however, this mechanism becomes energetically prohibitive and generates an amount of heat that is difficult to dissipate. Alternative mechanisms have been proposed that rely on tunable quantum interferences, however, these devices cannot carry more than a few conductance channels. This strongly limits the maximum electric current that devices based on these mechanisms can carry.
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    UA Physicists Discover 'Super Crystals' in a Semiconductor
    University of Arizona physicists have discovered that "super crystals" crystals which are hundreds to thousands times larger than conventional crystals exist in certain organic semiconducting solids.
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    Three Physics Undergrads Win Research Internships in Germany
    Three students in the University of Arizona Department of Physics have won Research Internships in Science and Engineering (RISE) for the upcoming summer in Germany, where they will work with German Ph.D., students on their research projects.
    Mastering the Job Market
    For most young scientists on the Ph.D./postdoc track, deciding which of several lucrative job offers to accept isn't an issue that comes up all that often. But for many in one of the professional science master's (PSM) programs now proliferating around the country, it is literally a $64,000 question.

    71. Bristol University Physics - Department Of Physics
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    The Physics Laboratory at Bristol is a vibrant and world-leading research department, with innovative and dynamic research groups working across the whole breadth of Physics. Central to the life of the department is undergraduate and postgraduate teaching where our students learn and develop in a research atmosphere, draw on our rich scientific and intellectual heritage, and contribute to the future.
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    72. Department Of Physics And Astronomy At The University Of Pennsylvania
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    to the Department of Physics and Astronomy. The department traces its roots to pre-revolutionary times when it was a Department of Natural Philosophy. The department is housed in David Rittenhouse Laboratory, named after David Rittenhouse, FRS, a faculty member and trustee who served as Franklin's successor to the presidency of the American Philosophical Society.
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    • Carl Modes , who works with Prof. Randall Kamien , was named as one of the finalists for the American Physical Society's Group on Statistical and Nonlinear Physics (GSNP) student prize for 2008.
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      Prof. Mirjam Cvetic
      recipient of 2007 Distinguished Alumni Award for the College of Computer, Mathematical and Physical Sciences at the University of Maryland.
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      who works with Prof. Doug Durian and Prof. Jerry Gollub (Haverford College) has won the first prize for his video in the APS March meeting competition.

    73. The Department Of Physics And Astronomy
    physics department alum serves as technical expert to North Korea disarmament negotiations physics department alum becomes Division Director at NASA
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    74. HMC Physics
    Two Apker Awards are given annually by the American Physical Society for outstanding achievement in physics by an undergraduate, one for colleges and one

    75. Physics Today March 2008
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    76. Physics Department | Brandeis University
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      Waltham, MA 02454 What's New The Physics Department, in collaboration with life sciences departments at Brandeis, has launched a new undergraduate program in Biological Physics leading to a bachelors of science degree. This unique program combines in an exciting way mathematics, physics, chemistry and biology, leading to cutting edge research in quantitative biology and biotechnology. Visit the Biological Physics web site The Martin Fisher School of Physics at Brandeis University offers rigorous training of high quality to the aspiring research physicist in an academically stimulating environment. The limited enrollment and informal atmosphere of the department encourage friendly relations of students among themselves and with members of the faculty, and provide for close personal attention to the individual needs of each student. The research areas range from the very practical to the very theoretical and include some of the most exciting frontiers of knowledge in today's world. The Martin Fisher School of Physics enjoys an international reputation for excellence in research. Two members of its faculty have been elected to the National Academy of Sciences and three are Fellows of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Professor

    77. NC State Department Of Physics
    Welcome to the NC State Department of physics. Our awardwinning researchers and teachers guide students through a broad, rigorous curriculum,
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    Welcome to the NC State Department of Physics. Our award-winning researchers and teachers guide students through a broad, rigorous curriculum, and our graduates have been highly successful in both academia and industry. Our research programs cover a diverse spectrum including astrophysics, general relativity, condensed matter theory and experiment, computational physics, biophysics, nanoscale science, physics education, experimental nuclear physics, particle and nuclear theory, experimental optics, and atomic and molecular theory. Total funding for our research programs ranks in the top three among departments at NC State University and in the top twenty-five of physics departments in the nation. Contact Information
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    78. Dartmouth Physics And Astronomy
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    79. Department Of Physics, Montana State University
    WELCOME to the Department of physics. The Department is committed to education and research in physics, the study of the fundamental universal laws that
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    80. Physics At The University Of Alberta : Welcome Visi
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