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Physics Links Physics Links from AAPT
See the American Association of Physics Teachers reference link site, with references for Physics and Astronomy.
Georgia State's HyperPhysics Georgia State's HyperPhysics
View information about different topics in physics including, electricity and magnetism, light and vision, sound and hearing, astrophysics, nuclear physics, quantum physics, relativity, condensed matter and more.
This site proveds helpful links and activities designed to inspire people of all ages about physics. The Physics in Society team at the Institute of Physics wants to help you find he best physics places on the web.

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Physics Portal - NIST
View the National Institute of Standars and Technology's Resource Page for Physics Research. Physics research at NIST includes everything from improving the safety of medical radiation procedures to developing future "quantum information" technologies.

QuarkNet 2002
View presentations and resources from Argonne National Labs former QuarkNet program.

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