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The Applet List
The Applets here are being provided as supplemental material to the
NSF 00-63 CCLI proposal.
They have been selected from those
developed over the last few years as part of a collaboration
between Kevin Schmidt and Michael Lee to use Java technology
in teaching physics.
These Applets do not all relate to electromagnetism and were not
developed specifically in conjunction with the CCLI proposal. They
are examples of what we have done and have been used
in a fairly broad range of educational situations.
are for simple visualization while others are almost at
the level of a software tool for problem solutions. The
Schrödinger Equation Solver Applet falls into this latter
category. It was developed in this form for submission to the
CIP Educational Software Contest in 1999, where it received some small
Further notes accompany each of the applets along with certain
caveats associated with their use. These have evolved over time
and do not all reflect current browser and Java technology.
All future programming plans will employ Java 2(TM) and so
will most closely resemble the Thin Wire Scattering
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Michael A. Lee and Kevin E. Schmidt
July 1, 2000