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This article from NASA delves into the strange behavior of bagged blocks of coffee. A vacuum-sealed package of coffee will change from a hard brick to a soft pile of ground beans…
  
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G. Lois
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This website from the University of California, Santa Barbara explains what granular materials are and UCSB's research in the field. See animations of granular material simulations…
  
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Publisher: NASA Glenn Research Center
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This site from the NASA Glenn Research Center offers a brief introduction to propulsion with many links to explore related concepts in depth. Topics include Newton's laws, thrust,…
  
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University of Tennessee, Knoxville Department of Physics and Astronomy
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This page details several ways the weather is affected by the Earth's rotation. It includes explanations of the Coriolis force, major wind patterns, and how cyclones are formed,…
  
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Publisher: National Aeronautics and Space Administration
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Spinning Brains, an article from NASA, explains the Coriolis force and how humans can adapt to it. The article discusses the concept of rotating spaceships and the research being…
  
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This web page contains explanations and examples of the Coriolis and centrifugal forces. The page incorporates many diagrams and links to other similar examples to explore. This…
  
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Publisher: Davidson College Dept of Physics
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This website from Davidson College is an index for a number of Physlet simulation pages. The pages are separated by physics topics in subjects such as Mechanics, Fluids,…
  
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This Hyperphysics webpage, from Georgia State University, provides a short description of impulse, including a discussion of the airplane-duck collision. The alternate analysis of…
  
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This Physlet applet demonstrates impulse by using a force applied on a ball over a specific time interval. Four different videos are offered and the user is prompted to match the…
  
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This website from the Physics Zone gives an explanation of impulse using an animation of a car decelerating at different rates as an example. Also included is an animated…
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