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The Physics Source is a collection of resources for introductory college level physics courses. It includes curriculum, curriculum support material, reference material, and pedagogical and physics education research inspired content.

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Waves: An Interactive Tutorial
This collection of interactive tutorials on Waves covers topics ranging from basic motion through chains of oscillators and non-linear waves. Each tutorial is built around an interactive simulation that can be run on a wide range of devices.
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PhET: Physics Education Technology
Research-validated simulations designed for student engagement. Simulations are available for a wide range of topics.
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Latest Source Materials

Mar 14 Interactive Video Vignettes: Newton's First Law
Mar 14 Sound: An Interactive EBook
Jul 17 UCLA Instructional Resource Lab: Inertia Ball
Jul 12 Brief Electricity and Magnetism Assessment

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March 24th History

1884: Peter Debye was born in Maastricht, The Netherlands. He used x-ray diffraction of powdered crystals to study their structure in 1916. He won the 1936 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for his study of dipolar moments.
Source: Physics Infomall.