Phys-L List Archive (Threaded) of July, 2000


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  • Re: Newton's Second Law Lab, Tom McCarthy
  • Notice of Vacancy at WSU, Robert L. Jackson
  • Re: Physics first, Glenn Knapp
  • Technology <--> physics, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: Where Have All the Boys Gone?, Lisa Gardner
  • Re: moving wall laser demo, Physics
  • Re: Lecture Notes, Jim Green
  • NOT Where Have All the Boys Gone, John Denker
  • A wave or not a wave ?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: This isn't physics, but this is a summary of my last Science Fair project, Lisa Gardner
  • moving wall demo, laser interferometer, William Beaty
  • an optical illusion?, Rick Tarara
  • Re: Exploding H2 O2 with light, Thomas O'Neill
  • Waves, David Abineri
  • N2, David Abineri
  • Plucked strings, William Beaty
  • Extra Credit (was Where Have All the Boys Gone?), Rick Tarara
  • Work willingness, John Cooper
  • Re: A wave or not a wave ?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Tidal Motion, Jim Green
  • triggered reminiscence, Leigh Palmer
  • linear motion encoder, John Denker
  • Re: Creative back-of-the-chapter physics problems, Jayasanker_J
  • Newton's Second Law, David Abineri
  • Teaching position available at UC Santa Barbara, Roger Freedman
  • Strange rainbow!, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: Waves on a slightly dispersive cable, John Denker
  • looking for elementary textbooks on energy, Daniel Schroeder
  • Test, please ignore, Steven D. Richardson
  • Gender Based Hiring Practice (Was: Where Have All the Boys Gone?), B. Esser
  • A LoggerPro tip, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Extra Credit, Steven D. Richardson
  • Re: Extra Credit (was Where Have All the Boys Gone?), Steven Ratliff
  • Re: brightness vrs. power, Robert A Cohen
  • FYI on Logger Pro (for Vernier probes, etc.), Kevin M. Dudley
  • Retesting...was Extra Credit, David A. Simmons
  • In Minkovsky space, is there an instanton solution for Yang-Mills (or self-dual Yang-Mills) field Eq, Qiang Lu
  • Geiger (a challenge), Ludwik Kowalski
  • arrival times; was: Geiger (a challenge), John Denker
  • clarification: arrival times; was: Geiger (a challenge), John Denker
  • Re: nit picker's special, John Denker
  • Request for a text, Tom McCarthy
  • even better arrival-time puzzle, John Denker
  • Re: even better arrival-time puzzle (gas particles), David Bowman
  • on find the 'best' way to teach a topic and the use of picked nits, John Gastineau
  • derivation: counts in an interval, John Denker
  • Re: accelerometers: primary vs. practical, John Denker
  • Re: simulation +- hands-on experiments, John Denker
  • Most experiments are performed in labs, Paul O. Johnson
  • Physics First, TEN POSTING RULES, Richard Hake
  • Re: Waves (was ...Chichenitza...), brian whatcott
  • Re: counts in an interval, John Denker
  • solution: arrival-time puzzle, John Denker
  • Question: arrival-time puzzle, Jim Green
  • Monitor traffic speed, Owen von Kugelgen
  • Cobalt-60, Larry Smith
  • Graduate Student Survey, Warren Hein
  • Re: Cobalt-60-- ignore previous post, Michael Edmiston
  • Re: 1.5 lambda quiz question, John S. Denker
  • Solution: gas particle distribution problem, David Bowman
  • Nuclear decay, John Cooper
  • probability distribution problem, David Bowman
  • breaking sound barrier movie, James S. Marsh
  • Re: A sick computer monitor, Daniel L. MacIsaac
  • Re: Air conditioner noise (sorry to bring this up again), Daniel Wallance
  • Rubber band powered airplane, Mary and Bill Allsopp
  • purposefully modifying a distribution to get...?, Stefan Jeglinski
  • Another sick computer monitor, Doug Craigen
  • Cob Webs?, cliff parker
  • Flipping the physics sequence, Owen von Kugelgen
  • Physics package, Owen von Kugelgen
  • Chi_sqr, Ludwik Kowalski
  • Re: Chi_sqr (correct a typo), Ludwik Kowalski
  • Instanton in Minkovsky space, Qiang Lu
  • Macintosh batteries (no physics), Leigh Palmer
  • PHYS-L SUMMARIES, Ludwik Kowalski
  • high school nuclear science, Bennett, Jonathan
  • Re: volts and amps, John Denker
  • amps and volts, John Denker
  • test -- please delete, Steven T. Ratliff
  • Building New Labs, David Abineri
  • Re: Hypercube, Jim Green
  • Student Evaluations (was "Re: On Correlations"), Richard Hake
  • [no subject], Barlow Newbolt
  • Re: Hypercube history, John Denker
  • Giancoli 4th edition, John Carr
  • Lab space and computers, Owen von Kugelgen
  • Capture and Analysis with DV Camera, Robert Carlson
  • Re: Phys-l: Request for Experienced Physics Teacher Advice and Contribution, Herbert H Gottlieb
  • portal for physics and science, agm
  • test--please delete, Steven Ratliff
  • test: please delete, Steven Ratliff
  • duck-pond puzzle, John Denker
  • Angry Seas [was duck-pond puzzle], brian whatcott
  • More on superluminal light, Ed Schweber
  • Red can't be Read, Tom McCarthy
  • Re: energy flow in the duck-pond, John Denker
  • The Old Barometer Story (was "Problem Solving in Physics"), Richard Hake
  • ap physics teachers tools, frank cange
  • anomalous dispersion primary reference, John Denker
  • Laboraroy Associate Coordinator Position Available, Jerry Hester
  • See the International Space Station from your own back yard, Bob Sciamanda
  • Re: Phys-l: Request for Experienced Physics Teacher Advice andContribution, Bernard G. Cleyet & Nancy Ann Seese
  • origin of B for magnetic field, frank cange
  • B versus H, John Denker
  • e-mail post office charge?, Bob Sciamanda
  • Physics of an arch?, Peter Schoch
  • Voltaic Pile of Confusion, Tom McCarthy
  • Re: Physics of an arch?, Ludwik Kowalski
  • how batteries work, John Denker
  • revised: how batteries work, John Denker
  • Operation Physics, Bob Muir
  • Re: hands-on gauge transformations, John Denker
  • URL syntax, Larry Smith


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