Some useful (or just fun) links for this course:
(If any of these are broken, send me an email so I can fix them!)
Practice problems and applets:
Links directly relevant for lectures
CU's page for the general public:
Physics 2000 :
Fun (and toys)
a solid (algebra based) text, lots of good stuff here.
problems from U. Illinois, that walk you through the steps nicely.
- A great collection of
applets covering many of the topics from this semester (and more)
- A series of pictures showing and explaining Electric fields.
These links are specifically just for buying toys.
(All suggestions from Mike Thomason, who is responsible for all the
wonderful lecture demos we have had all semester!)
some potentially useful old course pages
scitoys.com is my absolute favorite.
MatchRockets.com overlaps but I prefer the simplicity of SciToys.
- edsci.com Vast.
- Third place is a tie: Best sources for many specialized teaching
http://www.arborsci.com/Default.htm , and
And lastly, some other useful or interesting links:
And, just for fun...
Please let me know if you find any broken links, or find a site you think
I should add to this page!
Physics 1120 home page.