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13: States of Matter
This online physics chapter describes fluids and solids. Visit
this site and explain the difference between solids and fluids.
This is part of a page for Michael Crichton's novel Airframe.
Try out the Shockwave flight simulator and learn how wing slats
Here you'll find an extensive Archimedes site with links to
different Archimedes-related sites. Click on the "Golden
Crown" link to find out how he discovered buoyant force.
Force Learn about buoyancy force. Alter the mass of the log, mass
added to the log, density, log length, and log radius to see
if it will still float in water.
This site describes the development, manufacture, and usage
of silica aerogels by the Ernest Orlando Lawrence Berkeley National
Laboratory. Visit the picture gallery and learn how aerogels