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Newton's Rings Demo Illuminated by White, Red, Green and Blue Light Phys-DEMO Physics.UniServe.edu.au Peter Fletcher – University of Sydney
2D Magnetic Field Demonstrations Simple Wire Coils Phys-DEMO Physics.UniServe.edu.au Peter Fletcher – University of Southern Queensland
Slinky vs Balloon Waves in Action Phys-FUN Physics.UniServe.edu.au Peter Fletcher – University of Southern Queensland
3D Magnetic Field Demonstrator Bar Magnet Phys-DEMO Physics.UniServe.edu.au Peter Fletcher – University of Southern Queensland
3D Magnetic Field Demonstration Bar and Horseshoe Magnets Phys-DEMO Physics.UniServe.edu.au Peter Fletcher – University of Southern Queensland
3D Magnetic Field Demonstrator Horseshoe Magnet Phys-DEMO Physics.UniServe.edu.au Peter Fletcher – University of Southern Queensland
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Olive – Stirred Not Shaken Circular Motion Phys-FUN Physics.UniServe.edu.au Peter Fletcher – University of Southern Queensland
Acknowledgements Supported by CASR – Physics Collaborative and Structural Reform
Acknowledgements Demonstration Equipment Supplied by Scientrific Pty. Ltd. Yamba NSW
Acknowledgements Supported by CASR – Physics Collaborative and Structural Reform Demonstration Equipment Supplied by Scientrific Pty. Ltd. Yamba NSW
Acknowledgements Supported by CASR – Physics Collaborative and Structural Reform Demonstration Equipment Supplied by Sarah Jean – Creative Entertainment
Project Production Assistance University of New England University of Southern Queensland The University of Sydney
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Acknowledgements PhET - Interactive Simulations University of Colorado at Boulder Ben Crowell – Open Source Textbooks Scientrific Pty. Ltd. Yamba NSW
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