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Department of Physics & Astronomy
Georgia State University
Atlanta, GA 30302-5060

Rod Nave

Selected by the SciLinks program, a service of National Science Teachers Association. Copyright 2001.


is a broad-ranging interactive physics exploration environment which is written in HTML with Javascript calculation routines. It is under continuing development by Dr. Rod Nave of the Department of Physics and Astronomy, Georgia State University. Comments and suggestions are welcomed.

Associated with HyperPhysics is a developing set of interactive outlines of a number of the undergraduate physics courses at GSU. Those can be reached from the main HyperPhysics page by clicking the link "Classhome" which can be found there.

A full version of the HyperPhysics Project is available on DVD or USB. See About HyperPhysics.

If you want a DVD or USB version (A DVD will be presumed unless you state a USB preference):

The HyperPhysics DVD or USB includes the full current content of the HyperPhysics site in English. It includes the HyperMath and the small excursions into related science disciplines. All proceeds from these versions are applied to maintaining and developing the HyperPhysics site as a free web resource. DVDs or USBs are made when payment is received so that the content is fully current as of that date.

Having the DVD or USB frees you from dependence upon a web connection in your classroom or location of use. You access it with your web browser just like being on the web. The order process assumes a DVD offering, so if you wish a USB memory stick, please email that preference when ordering.

If you prefer to pay by credit card, you may do so by clicking on the PayPal logo.


A paid receipt will be included with the shipment in case you can get reimbursement from your institution.

It is my intent to keep this material continuously available except for brief maintenance times or shutdowns of the Georgia State University system.

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