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View the 100 Amazing Videos For Teaching and Studying Physics, complied by the staff of Online Colleges. View topics from Musical Telsa Coils to Astrophysics, with much more.
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Superconductivity! Superconductivity!
Superconductivity, how does it work? See this video made by Radomir Niewrzol of Argonne National Laboratory, and learn about this cool phenomenon.
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Here is an introduction and overview of the Advanced Photon Source at Argonne National Laboratory, what it is and how it works!


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