Virtual Physical Science Tour
Virtual Physical Science Tour
The Millikan Oil Drop Experiment in the Quantum Lab
The Mechanics Laboratory Showing a Ramp-Sled Experiment
Real pictures are used to show the results of the different reactions in the Inorganic Laboratory.
The Parameters Palette Used in the Mechanics Laboratory
Volume as the Dependent Variable in the Gases Laboratory
The Buret, pH, Conductivity, and Graphing Windows in the Titration Laboratory
The Calorimetry Laboratory with the Bomb Calorimeter Selected
The Phosphor Detector Screen in the Quantum Lab Showing the Rutherford Experiment
The Lab Book is used to record observations, numerical data, and detector outputs for later grading (v2.5)
The Mechanics Laboratory Showing a Multiple Ball Collision Experiment
A liquid being poured into a beaker on the balance in the Density Laboratory.
The Gases Stockroom. Students can select four different gas experiments.
The Circuits Laboratory Showing a High Pass Filter
Realistic outcomes are shown when the wrong metals are dropped into the calorimeter.
The Indicator Chart in the Titration Laboratory
Virtual Physical Science Main Laboratory
The Video Camera Detector Screen Showing the Millikan Oil Drop Experiment
A Garden Gnome as Seen with and without a Mirror with the Virtual Eye in the Optics Laboratory
The Mechanics Laboratory Showing the Inner Planets from a Top-View Perspective
The Inorganic Laboratory with a test tube in the test tube holder
The Mechanics Laboratory Showing the Earth-Moon System Relative to the Sun
Selecting and adding a gas in the Gases Laboratory.
The Circuits Laboratory Showing a Damped Square Wave
The Temperature, Temperature vs. Time, and Bomb Calorimeter Control Windows.
The Calorimetry Laboratory
The Spectrometer Detector Screen in the Quantum Lab Showing the Adsorption Spectra of Water
The Optics Laboratory with a Prism Experiment
The Spectrometer Detector Screen in the Quantum Lab Showing a Photoemission Experiment
The Mechanics Laboratory Showing a Rocket Attached to a Ball in a Radial Gravity Environment
The results for Inorganic Unknowns can be submitted for grading through the lab book v2.5
The classic frictionless and massless piston experiment to show the effect of mass on the internal pressure.
A liquid being poured back into a graduated cylinder in the Density Laboratory.
Pressure as the Dependent Variable in the Gases Laboratory
The Calorimetry Stockroom. Students can select salts, metals, combustibles, reagents, and different calorimeters.
An Acid-Base Titration Experiment in the Titration Laboratory
Physical Science Laboratory Hallway
The Rutherford Experiment in the Quantum Lab
A Candle as Seen Through a Lens with the Virtual Eye in the Optics Laboratory
The Spectrometer Detector Screen in the Quantum Lab Showing a Blackbody Spectra
The Mechanics Laboratory Showing the Solar System from the Earth's Perspective at Midnight
Running a flame test of a test tube containing a mixture of cations
The volume of liquid in the graduated cylinders is measured using the Graduated Cylinder windows.
Temperature as the Dependent Variable in the Gases Laboratory
The Oscilloscope Screen in the Circuit Laboratory
The Calorimetry Laboratory with the Coffee Cup Calorimeter Selected.
An Oxidation-Reduction Experiment in the Titration Laboratory
Physical Science Electronic Workbook
The Video Camera Detector Screen Showing a Two Slit Diffraction Experiment