|Feb24-12, 09:48 AM||#1|
Most interesting WEB pages on physics
I'm looking for a list of the most interesting pages on physics, on the internet.
By "most interesting", I mean pages which are rigorous, well done graphically, and no discussions boards/forums and NO crackpots ! It could be simulations applets, papers, Wikipedia articles, etc. I prefer things on relativity theory (special and general), or on electromagnetism, but it could also be on classical mechanics and quantum mechanics, as you prefer.
What are your suggestions ?
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|Feb24-12, 10:29 AM||#2|
The Bilbao Crystallographic Server
Everything you ever wanted to know about space groups, crystal symmetry and so on. And then some...
|Feb24-12, 01:14 PM||#3|
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Hi! I really don't know which level you are after, but here are some I remember...
Hyperphysics has a great scope IMO. Could be made more beautiful, though.
I like the Usenet Physics FAQ too, but graphically it's very basic .
Have to mention Wolfram MathWorld too, even though it focuses on mathematics.
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ There are physics in there as well, e.g. Lorentz Transformation.
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