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  1. Quantum Physics and Theology: An Unexpected Kinship by John Polkinghorne, 2008-02-19
  2. University Physics with Modern Physics with MasteringPhysics(TM) (12th Edition) (MasteringPhysics Series) by Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman, 2007-04-02
  3. Barron's AP Physics C 2008 (Barron's How to Prepare for the Ap Physics CAdvanced Placement Examination) by Robert A. Pelcovits Ph.D., M.D., Joshua Farkas, 2007-12-14
  4. Barron's AP Physics B 2008 (Barron's How to Prepare for the Ap Physics BAdvanced Placement Examination) by Jonathan S. Wolf, 2007-12-14
  5. College Physics (with PhysicsNow) by Raymond A. Serway, Jerry S. Faughn, et all 2005-02-28
  6. Enhanced College Physics, Volume 1 (with PhysicsNOW) by Raymond A. Serway, Jerry S. Faughn, et all 2006-03-16
  7. Quantum Physics: A Beginner's Guide by Alastair I. M. Rae, 2006-03-25
  8. Physics of the Impossible: A Scientific Exploration into the World of Phasers, Force Fields, Teleportation, and Time Travel by Michio Kaku, 2008-03-11
  9. University Physics with Modern Physics, 11th Edition by Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman, 2003-08-08
  10. Fundamentals of Physics Extended by David Halliday, Robert Resnick, et all 2007-03-09
  11. College Physics Vol. 2 by Raymond A. Serway, Jerry S. Faughn, et all 2008-02-29
  12. Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, Volume 5, Chapters 39-46 (with PhysicsNow and InfoTrac ) (Physics for Scientist & Engineers) by Raymond A. Serway, John W. Jewett, 2003-10-03
  13. Physics Workbook For Dummies (For Dummies (Math & Science)) by Steve,Ph.D. Holzner, 2007-10-08
  14. Physics: Principles with Applications Volume I (Ch. 1-15) (6th Edition) by Douglas C. Giancoli, 2004-01-17

21. Center For History Of Physics - American Institute Of Physics
The Center for History of physics at the American Institute of physics has a mission to preserve and make known the history of modern physics and allied
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Go to exhibits ALL EXHIBITS AT A GLANCE Albert Einstein: Image and Impact Transistorized! History of the Transistor Lawrence and the Cyclotron Heisenberg and the Uncertainty Principle Papers of Great American Physicists Sakharov, Physics, Weapons, and Rights The Discovery of the Electron The Discovery of Global Warming Moments of Discovery
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22. Physics 2000
An interactive journey through modern physics. Have fun learning visually and conceptually about 20th
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23. Advanced Placement Digital Library In Biology, Phy
An NSF funded Rice University Digital Library project that hosts free reviewed online resources, linked to the content outline, for AP and PreAP teachers and students of Biology, physics and Chemistry.
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Welcome to APDL Welcome to Rice University's Advanced Placement Digital Library . Funded by a grant from the National Science Foundation's National Science Digital Library Program , APDL is a collection of Internet resources that have been reviewed for their educational merit in an AP* or Pre-AP* classroom. Advanced Placement* (AP) teachers and students will find resources linked to the AP content outlines, published by the College Board , in biology, physics, and chemistry. APDL only hosts those resources that are reviewed and approved by the APDL review panel . Resources are selected based on their educational merit in an AP or Pre-AP classroom. APDL welcomes your input to make this site more usable for AP teachers and students. *AP and the Advanced Placement Program are registered trademarks of the College Entrance Examination Board and Pre-AP is a trademark of the College Board.
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24. TIPTOP (The Internet Pilot To Physics)
TIPTOP (The Internet Pilot to physics) TIPTOP is an international effort to create a unified resource for physics and closely related natural sciences. Aimed not only at scientists, but also at

25. The University Of Michigan Health Physics Web Site
Information and links from the University of Michigan health physics students.

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Welcome to the University of Michigan Health Physics Web Site: An internet resource for radiation, nuclear, and health physics topics. The "Quick Links" menu to the left provides listings of resources and information on the following topics: Current Topics: Contains information regarding cellular phones, food irradiation, and depleted uranium. Introduction (to Radiation): Provides an introduction to radiation, terminology and its part in human lives. Organizations and Societies: A listing of radiology and health physics societies. Professional Resources: Provides information, company information and other resources for the health physics professional Educational Resources: A source of information for students interested in the nuclear and health physics related fields.

26. Physics 2000
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27. Women In Physics Group - Home Page
Group for women physicists in industry, commerce, academia, teaching, and research. Includes news, resources, and event information. Contact us Groups Women in Physics Group Contacts Events Committee Links ... Join the Group
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28. Physics And Astronomy -
physics, astronomy and science news, community, education and reference. Job board Latest physics Astronomy Stories. TRACE scientists
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NASA Releases Mission Requirements for Proposed Jupiter Mission

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NASA has issued its mission design requirements to three industry teams for a proposed mission to Jupiter and its three icy moons. The requirements are also the first product formulated by NASA's new Office of Exploration Systems in Washington. Full story... Scaling friction down to the nano/micro realm Source: NIST Posted: An improved method for correcting nano- and micro-scale friction measurements has been developed by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Full story... Milky Way churning out new stars at a furious pace Source: WISC Posted: Some of the first data from a new orbiting infrared telescope are revealing that the Milky Way - and by analogy galaxies in general - is making new stars at a much more prolific pace than astronomers imagined. Full story... No one alive has seen this, but you can Source: NASA/GSFC Posted: NASA invites you to view a rare celestial event, one not seen by any person now alive. On June 8, the planet Venus will appear to cross in front of the Sun as seen from Earth.

29. Paul Van Delst's StuffPage On Airs3
Code for a Radiative Transfer Model (RTM), RTM Coefficient Assembly, Infrared Sea Surface Emissivity (IRSSE), EmisCoeff utility, Emissivity utility, Planck functions, Profile utility, SensorInfo utility, SpcCoeff utility, and SRF utility.
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Radiative Transfer Model (RTM)
RTM Coefficient Assembly Program Infrared Sea Surface Emissivity (IRSSE) Model EmisCoeff utility ... SRF utility Radiative Transfer Model
  • This software uses the OPTRAN transmittance model to calculate instrument radiances and brightness temperatures and their Jacobians (K-matrix).
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    • Initialisation and destruction functions
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    • The interfaces to the forward and K-matrix model routines have not been overloaded for anything other than M profiles and L channels where M and L > 1. Thus at least two profiles and two channels must be processed per call. The code was written for multiple profile/channel input to minimise argument passing/copying.
    • The profile inputs are based on the GDAS model output. Apart from the interface (LEVEL) pressure, all the other profile inputs are LAYER quantities. If you want to use the RTM with LEVEL based input, e.g. a sonde profile, you will need to convert the level data into layer average values.
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MUSIC AND PHYSICS By the music passions enjoy themselves... Friedrich Nietzsche Visitors (Sep 2000) videopi [PARIS] [bird] [RER] [CV] ... [VERSION EN ESPANOL] The music is an art in wich you combine the sounds to produce an esthetic impression. Physics is an exact science. It studies the general properties of the bodies and the laws which tend to modify their state or their movement without modifying their nature. [Audio and acoustics related web sites] Periodic phenomena Vibrating cords and sound pipes Physics of the acoustic guitar ... Physics and psychophysics of music Thanks to Mr. Gerard Cohen-Solal, profesor at research at the university Montpellier 2 Sign Guestbook View Guestbook Pierre Klemas Acoustic engineer Special thanks for the Homepage hospitality to: Geocities

31. Exhibits Collection -- Amusement Park Physics
This interactive exhibit, part of the Exhibits Collection, explores how the laws of physics play a role in the design of amusement park rides.
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You've bought your ticket and boarded the roller coaster. Now you're barreling down the track at 60 miles per hour, taking hairpin turns and completing death-defying loops. Your heart is in your throat and your stomach is somewhere near your shoes. The only thing separating you from total disaster is a safety harness...but are you really in danger? The designers of the roller coaster carefully crafted this thrilling ride to be just that, but you're actually in less danger than you think. You face a greater threat of injury playing sports or riding a bike than you do on a park ride. Amusement park rides use physics laws to simulate danger, while the rides themselves are typically very safe. How do physics laws affect amusement park ride design? In this exhibit, you'll have a chance to find out by designing your own roller coaster. Plan it carefullyit has to pass a safety inspection.You can also experiment with bumper car collisions.

32. Physics Department Museum
Includes a virtual tour and a catalog of the museum's collection.
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33. APS Forum On Physics And Society
Division of the American Physical Society for discussion of science and society issues.
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The Forum on Physics and Society (FPS) is a division of the American Physical Society, organized in 1971 to address issues related to the interface of physics and society as a whole. The support of APS members is vital to the work of the Forum, both because Forum activities are coordinated by its active members and the financial support the Forum receives from the APS depends on its membership. All APS members may join two Forums free of charge. Join the FPS Now!

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The Forum sponsors two annual APS awards: the Burton-Forum award recognizes outstanding accomplishments in the endeavor to promote public understanding of issues involving the interface between physics and society, and the Leo Szilard Award for Physics in the Public Interest recognizes outstanding accomplishments by a physicist in promoting the use of physics for the benefit of society in such areas as the environment, arms control and science policy. Here are listings of

34. The Physics Classroom
The physics Classroom is an online interactive tutorial of basic physics concepts. The lessons use an easyto-understand language
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35. Draft Tutorials In Soil Physics
These tutorials range in difficulty from college sophomore to the senior/graduate/postdoctoral level. They begin with the basics and extend to a new exact solution to Richards' equation for unsaturated horizontal and vertical flow.
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This and the finite differences tutorial section have been the most popular sections on this site. But due to illness and disability, it will be difficult for me to pay to keep this site going. If there is anyone who wishes to obtain a copy of these sections, or any others of interest, for the purpose of putting up a mirror site, please contact me at 5001 West 5th Place, Stillwater, OK 74074-6703, before August 2003. Don Baker If anyone has found this tutorial useful and wishes to help keep it on the web, one could send a check for a dollar for account 3144, made out to and mailed to: Professional Value Internet Services, Inc. Attn: Account 3144
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Stillwater, OK 74074 USA These tutorials were written in support of the subcontract of Dr. H. Don Scott at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, to a USDA grant to Dr. David Nofziger , Oklahoma State University. The grant supports the development of Internet-based tutorials in undergraduate Agronomy, especially Soil Physics. This work is a mostly-organized set of about 585 MS PowerPoint slides that have been partially converted here to html. Please be aware that there may be some bad links. Please be aware that these slides are mostly as written for Dr. Scott. The first section, basica0, borrows heavily from his textbook, as noted in the first slide. Other sections borrow occasionally from other sources, as implied in the references.

36. American Association Of Physics Teachers
2004 US physics Team AAPT announces 24 members of the US physics Team. 2004 AAPT physics Bowl Congratulations to the 2004 Winners.
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37. Nobel Prize
The story of the discovery of superfluid Helium3
Bob Richardson Dave Lee , and Doug Osheroff
Win the 1996 Nobel Prize in Physics! The Original Paper(s) The Science Behind the Prize Quicktime Movie by Bob Richardson, excerpted from A World Without Disorder: Absolute Zero Temperature Cornell News Service Release Low temperature science - what remains for the physicist?,'' Robert C. Richardson, Physics Today, August, 1981, p. 46. Cornell Low Temperature Group David Mermin's Diary of a Nobel Guest

38. CERN - Public Home
From CERN, a complete introduction to the world s largest particle physics laboratory. CERN The world s largest particle physics laboratory

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and American Institute of Physics Tate medal About CERN Visit CERN Education ... Spotlight on All about CERN ... in 7 simple questions! Look behind the scenes of the world's largest particle physics lab Resources and opportunities for you and your school Spotlight on CMS , one of the four experiments of the Large Hadron Collider CERN scientists help you understand the mysteries of our universe

39. CCP Centre For Chemical Physics
Interests can be broadly classified into five general areas energy deposition, surface science, biological applications, properties of condensed matter and properties of isolated atoms and molecules.
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40. The Net Advance Of Physics
THE NET ADVANCE OF physics. Credits Special HISTORY OF SCIENCE Page Recommended physicsRelated Sites -. This is a free service.
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B C D ... 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
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