Directory of Select Electronic Sites
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The Virtual Laboratory
Introduction to Neural Networks.
optics and microscopy at Stony Brook
Calculators- resistive, inductive, capacitive, and resonant.
Has a good selection of circuits.
and Magnetism ...
Contains lots of animated troubleshooting and JAVA circuit simulations with fault insertion.
- Edison Effect
"One clue comes from the "Edison effect," discovered by Thomas Alva Edison. Imagine a glass bulb from which air has been pumped, until hardly any of it remains. In one end we embed a metal coil of wire (like that of a flashlight bulb) in the other a metal plate, as drawn. Connect now a battery between the coil and the plate, so that the former is negative and the latter is positive."
look Inside the Atom
"amidst glowing glass tubes and the hum of electricity, the British physicist J.J. Thomson was venturing into the interior of the atom. At the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge University, Thomson was experimenting with currents of electricity inside empty glass tubes. He was investigating a long-standing puzzle known as "cathode rays." His experiments prompted him to make a bold proposal: these mysterious rays are streams of particles much smaller than atoms, they are in fact minuscule pieces of atoms. He called these particles "corpuscles," and suggested that they might make up all of the matter in atoms. It was startling to imagine a particle residing inside the atom--most people thought that the atom was indivisible, the most fundamental unit of matter." From A look Inside the Atom.
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ENGINEERING/SCIENCE LABORATORY COURSE
The Logic Circuit Experiment is excellent for electronic students. It provides student with a simulator of digit logic circuits using basic gates.
Contains great Applets. Some are listed below:
|The relations between circular motion, simple harmonic motion and wave|
|Principle of superposition (1)
||Principle of superposition (2)
||Reflection of a sin wave
||Reflection of a pulse wave|
Game relating to atomic physics.
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Pilot a spaceship. Visit Motion in Space.
spaceship on spacestation with a small gravitational Field.
Soft Landing Game
with system Troubleshooting.