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Relativity: Einstein's theory of relativity in animations and ...

www.phys.unsw.edu.au/einsteinlight/

... invariance of the speed of light Why Einstein's relativity is an obvious extension of Gal-ileo's Maxwell's equations: are they really so beautiful that you would dump Newton? But is it true? Is the speed of light really ...


Light with animations and film clips: Physclips.

www.animations.physics.unsw.edu.au/light/

Light with animations and film clips: Physclips.   Introduction:- What is Physclips? What's it for? How can I use it? Useful tool kits for introductory physics:- A simple introduction to calculus: Differentials and integrals (html page) ...


Einstein Light: quiz

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Einstein Light: quiz Relativity in brief... or in detail. . Quiz: how well have you understood the Einstein Light presentation? The questions here span a range of difficulty. If you can answer them all, you have understood the material in ...


Einstein Light: acknowledgments and credits

www.phys.unsw.edu.au/einsteinlight/jw/module6_credits.htm

... and presented by Joe Wolfe . Production and multimedia by George Hatsidimitris . Review of Einstein Light in Science , 17 June, 2005. Einstein Light has a Science & Technology Web Award 2005 from Scientific American , 3 October, 2005. ...


Physclips - The Nature of Light

www.animations.physics.unsw.edu.au/light/nature-of-light/index.ht ...

... Molecules and photons Quantisation of light - and of water! Light and photons. Photon energy depends on wavelength. Black body radiation. Newton's prisms Light and prisms: refaction, dispersion and recombination. Shadows:particles and ...


Einstein Light: module 2

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Einstein Light: module 2 Relativity in brief... or in detail. . A little background in electricity and magnetism Static electricity , Magnetism and a review of Newton's third law of motion . The two films in module 2 of the presentation ...


Time Dilation, Length Contraction and Simultaneity (from Einstein ...

www.phys.unsw.edu.au/einsteinlight/jw/module4_time_dilation.htm

... that this happens.) You can also check the constancy of the speed of light for the two observers by checking that the light pulse travels the same distance per frame. Now the speed of light c in each of the animations is the same - ...


Michelson, Morley and the speed of light. From Einstein Light

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Michelson, Morley and the speed of light. From Einstein Light Relativity in brief... or in det-ail. . But is it true? Is the speed of light really independent of the motion of the observer? Michelson and Morley used a large, sensitive ...


Einstein Light: module 2

www.phys.unsw.edu.au/einsteinlight/jw/module2_FEB.htm

... field. Alternatively, we can go straight to Maxwell's equations , which tell us almost di-rectly that the speed of light and other electromagnetic waves is: . So our equation for the total force between the two charges is: In Special ...


Einstein Light: module 2

www.phys.unsw.edu.au/einsteinlight/jw/module2_LC.htm

... in The electric and magnetic forces between moving charges . It is just c, the speed of light. So the resonant frequency of the circuit depends on the speed of light and on geom-etrical properties of the coil and the capacitor, for reasons ...


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