Most Junior Physics Units of Study have resources provided on WebCT pages (as indicated by the link in the Unit title bar). Students enrolled in those Units can use the WebCT link to access their own myWebCT page and hence the web resources for that unit.
Physics is the science of matter and energy. It includes everything from bouncing billiard balls to the colors of the rainbow, heat, sound, and subatomic particles. The sites in this webliography cover a wide range of levels, and many include practice problems as well.
Theory of Physics
Information at the foundation of modern science and technology from the Physics Laboratory of National Institute of Science Technology
High School Physics Tutorial
Learn basic physics concepts through these tutorials written especially for high school students.
An Introduction to Quantum Mechanics
An introduction to the principles of quantum mechanics is presented here. It is intended to supplement the discussion of hydrogen and many-electron orbitals commonly found in general chemistry text books with a deeper understanding of the underlying physical principles. The relationship between classical and quantum mechanics is explored to illustrate how physical objects can be viewed both as a particle and a wave.
Tutorials for Astronomy
Astronomy is the science which treats of the heavenly bodies. It investigates (a) their motions and the laws which govern them; (b) their nature, dimensions, and characteristics; (c) the influence they exert upon each other either by their attraction, their radiation, or in any other way
The Heart: An Online Exploration
From the moment it begins beating until the moment it stops, the human heart works tirelessly. In an average lifetime, the heart beats more than two and a half billion times, without ever pausing to rest. Like a pumping machine, the heart provides the power needed for life.
Chemistry Tutorials and Drills
Learning Objectives A checklist of concepts to learn and skills to master in this section.
Internet sites and paper references for further exploration.
Cell Biology Course
Cells are structural units that make up plants and animals, also there many single cell organisms. What cells all have in common is they are small 'sacks' composed mostly of water. The 'sacks' are made from a phospholipid bilayer
Infrared Astronomy(Cool Cosmos)
Our eyes are detectors which are designed to detect visible light waves (or visible radiation). Visible light is one of the few types of radiation that can penetrate our atmosphere and be detected on the Earth's surface. As we have seen from the section on the discovery of infrared, there are forms of light (or radiation) which we cannot see. Actually we can only see a very small part of the entire range of radiation called the electromagnetic spectrum .
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