University of Colorado, Department of Physics

University of Colorado, Department of Physics is a developer of education software and games. The current developer portfolio contains 1,562 programs. The most popular software is Torque with 12 installations on Windows PC.

Best software by University of Colorado, Department of Physics

Torque
Investigate how torque causes an object to rotate.
FREE
Gas Properties
Predict how changing temperature will affect the speed of molecules.
FREE
Balloons and Static Electricity
Physics simulation and reference tool.
FREE

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Popular programs by University of Colorado, Department of Physics

Build An Atom
Build an atom out of protons and see how the element, charge, and mass change.
FREE
Salts & Solubility
Salts & Solubility is a chemistry simulation tool based on Java.
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Magnet and Compass
Simulation tool that shows how a compass works.
FREE
Magnets and Electromagnets
Physics simulation tool.
FREE
Fourier- Making Waves
Learn how to make waves of all different shapes by adding up sines or cosines.
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