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OPEN PHYSICS 2.5 JAVA APPLETS

PART 1. MECHANICS

1.1. Components of vector

1.2. Addition of vectors

1.3. Relative motion

1.4. Displacement and velocity

1.5. Velocity and acceleration

1.6. Graphics of accelerated motion

1.7. Motion in one dimension( Running Boy)

1.8. Projectile motion

1.9. Uniform circular motion

1.10. Adwood machines

1.11. Blocks on frictionless surface

1.12. planetary motion

1.13. Elevator

1.14. Hooks Law

1.15. Block on inclined plane

1.16. Dynamic equilibrium

1.17. Hydraulics

1.18. Impulse

1.19. Rocket repulsion

1.20. Mechanical work

1.21. Kinetic and potential energy

1.22. Collisions

1.23. Elastic Collision

1.24. Benoulli principle

1.25. Moment of inertia

1.26. Kepler's Laws

 


PART 2. MECHANICS OSCILLATIONS AND WAVES

2.1. Harmonic oscillations

2.2. Mass-spring oscillation

2.3. Free oscillation

2.4. Energy transformation of oscillations

2.5. Forced oscillation

2.6. Mechanical waves

2.7. Standing waves

2.8. Beats

2.9. Doppler Effect

 


PART3 3. MOLECULAR PHYSICS AND THERMODYNAMICS

3.1. Brownian Motion

3.2. Kinetic model of ideal gas

3.3. Diffusion of gas

3.4. Maxwell

3.5. Membrane

3.6. Isothermic Process

3.7. Isochoric Process

3.8. Isobaric Process

3.9. Evaporation and condensation

3.10. Ideal gas under normal temperature

3.11. Work of gas

3.12. Adiabatic process

3.13. Specific Heat Capacity of ideal gas

3.14. Thermodynamic Cycles

3.15. Carnot Cycle

3.16. Entropy

PART 4. ELECTRODYNAMICS

4.1. Electrical force between 3 point charges

4.2. Electric Field of point charges

4.3. Charged particles in electric field

4.4. Electric force between charged parallel plates (capacitor)

4.5. Simple DC circuits

4.6. Capacitors in DC circuits

4.7. Magnetic force between parallel currents

4.8. Torque in magnetic Field

4.9. Magnetic fied of current carrying loop

4.10. Magnetic Feild of current carrying wire

4.11. Magnetic field of solenoid

4.12. Motion of charges in magnetic field

4.13. Mass spectrometer

4.14. Velocity selector

4.15. Electromagnetic induction

4.16. Faraday's experiments

4.17. Generation of induced EMF

4.18. Standard electrode potentials by galvanometer


PART 5. ELECTROMAGNETIC OSCILLATIONS AND WAVES

5.1. RC circuit

5.2. RL circuit

5.3. Free oscillation of RLC circuits

5.4. Forced oscillation of RLC circuits

PART 6. OPTICS

6.1. Reflection and refraction of light

6.2. Plane mirror

6.3. Cypherical mirror

6.4. Diverging lens

6.5. System of 2 lenses

6.6. Eye as an optic device

6.7. Microscope

6.8. Telecope

6.9. Newton's rings

6.10. Young's double slit experiment 

6.11. Diffraction of light

6.12. Freshnel's Zones

6.13. Resolution limit of diffraction

6.14. Diffraction grating

6.15. Polarization of light 2

6.16. Polarization of light 1


PART 7. THEORY OF RELATIVITY

7.1. Time Dilation

7.2. Length Contraction

 

PART 8. QUANTUM PHYSICS

8.1. Photo Effect

8.2. Compton Effect

8.3. Interference of Particles

8.4. Diffraction of electrons

8.5. Blackbody Radiation


PART 9. NUCLEAR AND ATOMIC PHYSICS

9.1. Bohr's Postulates

9.2. Electron kuantum orbits

9.3. Hydrogen Atom

9.4. Particles in potential wells

9.5. Laser

9.6. Nuclei

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