There are over 1800 interactive simulations and videos for the Advanced Physics (General) course:


 Mechanics

Vectors (56 Interactive resources / videos)
Kinematics (120 Interactive resources / videos)
Work, Energy, Power (24 Interactive resources / videos)
Statics (78 Interactive resources / videos)
Newton's Laws (81 Interactive resources / videos)
Momentum (39 Interactive resources / videos)
Circular Motion and Gravitation (51 Interactive resources / videos)
Rotation (25 Interactive resources / videos)

 Matter and Heat

States of Matter (64 Interactive resources / videos)
Heat Energy and Temperature (60 Interactive resources / videos)
Thermodynamics (16 Interactive resources / videos)

 Vibrations and Waves

Vibrations (42 Interactive resources / videos)
Waves (28 Interactive resources / videos)
Light and Optics (137 Interactive resources / videos)
Sound (36 Interactive resources / videos)
Standing Waves (25 Interactive resources / videos)

 Electricity and Magnetism

Electrostatics (62 Interactive resources / videos)
Electric Current (14 Interactive resources / videos)
Direct Current Circuits (68 Interactive resources / videos)
Capacitors and Inductors (44 Interactive resources / videos)
Alternating Current (21 Interactive resources / videos)
Magnetic Fields (44 Interactive resources / videos)
Electromagnetic Induction (38 Interactive resources / videos)
Electromagnetic Waves (26 Interactive resources / videos)

 Modern Physics

Relativity (43 Interactive resources / videos)
Quantum Physics (78 Interactive resources / videos)
Atomic Physics (53 Interactive resources / videos)
Nuclear Physics (61 Interactive resources / videos)
Particle Physics (84 Interactive resources / videos)
Cosmology and Space (140 Interactive resources / videos)

 Applications, General Physics

Physics Applications (75 Interactive resources / videos)
General Physics Topics (80 Interactive resources / videos)


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