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RAGGING-CAN BE GIVEN A MORE POSITIVE DIRECTION
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Featured Experiments
1 pH Measurements: Acids & Bases
2 Rate of a chemical reaction
3 Two blocks with mass m1,m2 connected by a spring with spring constant k2.Two blocks connected with spring with external force push
Two blocks with mass m1,m2 connected by a spring with spring constant k2.
Drag "hand" in the simulation to push or pull the system (with spring k1) and watch how the system moves.
4 Arrhenius Equation & Activation Energy
5 Particle attached to a spring in a horizontal plane
A small sphere of mass m is attached to one end of a spring.
Another end of the spring is fixed at point O.
This applet simulate how the particle moves with different initial velocity.
(You can drag red arrow to change the velocity of the particle when the simulation is paused.)
6 Electrochemical Concentration Cells
7 A super-conducting loop moving across a uniform magnetic field region
A super-conducting loop (current I=0 initially) moving out of a uniform magnetic field region.
What will happened when it move out the region (magnetic fields in the loop will reduced)!
Initially, the loop is assume to be a super-conductor.
Find out what will happen (the loop act as an inductor), then add some resistor to the loop and see the change. Think about the physics related to this simulation!

The green circles represent the charged particle in the loop. (it will move when there is induced current).
Red arrow is the velocity of the conductor.
8 Particulate nature of matter
Find out about the view of a metal at different temperatures
9 BUOYANCY PARADOX - BALL IN TWO LIQUIDS
An object with density d2 is floating on a liquid with density d1. (d1>d2)
You can drag h3 to add another liquid with density d3 to find out what will happened to the object d2.
You can change density for d1,d2,d3 and height for those two liquid.
Click show P to find out how the pressure changed.
10 Weight of an immersed object in liquid
The buoyant force on an immersed object equals the weight of displaced liquid.
Use the top/right slider (mouse drag the center of scale) to move the object up/down.
When part of the object is immersed in the liquid, the weight indicated on the top scale is reduced.
However, the same amount is increased in the lower scale (support the whole system).
You can change the density of the object or the liquid.

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