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Submissions from 2016

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Whistling Tea Kettles, Train Whistles, and Organ Pipes, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2015

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A Modern Bréguet-Type Galvanometer, Tom Greenslade

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A Nontoxic Barlow's Wheel, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2014

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A different sort of Wheatstone bridge experiment, Tom Greenslade

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Apparatus Named After Our Academic Ancestors, III, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2013

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Erie Canal Technology: Stump Pullers, Tom Greenslade

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The Crystal Set, Tom Greenslade

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The Shapes of Physics, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2012

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Acoustic Resonators, Tom Greenslade

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Miller's Waves; An Informal Scientific Biography: William Fickinger, Tom Greenslade

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Surface Bubbles in the Bathtub and Reflections on Ripple Tanks, Tom Greenslade

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Sympathetic Resonance: A New Use for an Old Demonstration, Tom Greenslade

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The Electric Whirl in the 19th and 21st Centuries, Tom Greenslade

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The Spectrometer, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2011

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Apparatus Named After Our Academic Ancestors — II, Tom Greenslade

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Measuring Electrical Current: The Roads Not Taken, Tom Greenslade

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Pepper's Ghost, Tom Greenslade

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The Area of a Circle, Tom Greenslade

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The Author's Report, Tom Greenslade

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The Opaque Projector: The Inverse of the Camera Obscura, Tom Greenslade

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The St. Louis Motor, Tom Greenslade

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The Three-Pole Electromagnet, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2010

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Apparatus Named After Our Academic Ancestors — I, Tom Greenslade

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Physics Is All Around Us, Tom Greenslade

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Reflection by Porro Prisms, Tom Greenslade

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The Iowa wave machines, Tom Greenslade

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Virtual Mirrors, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2009

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A Christmas Book from 1875, Tom Greenslade

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Apparatus Review: Cenco Wave Apparatus, Tom Greenslade

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Bridges I have crossed, Tom Greenslade

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Kaleidoscopes Made With Big Mirrors, Tom Greenslade

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Nils Gustav Dalén, the Unknown Nobel Prize Winner, Tom Greenslade

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Nineteenth-Century Textbook Illustrations: A Frontispiece Puzzle, Tom Greenslade

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Sinusoids in the Construction Trade, Tom Greenslade

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The Physical Tourist, Tom Greenslade

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The Physical Tourist, a Science Guide for the Traveler, Tom Greenslade

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Using Physics to Solve a Mystery, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2008

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Edward Weston and the “Modern” Galvanometer Movement, Tom Greenslade

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Galileo's Paradox, Tom Greenslade

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The Homigrade Thermometer, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2007

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Fresnel's Lighthouse Lenses, Tom Greenslade

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Index of Refraction Using Total Internal Reflection, Tom Greenslade

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Ultrasonic Interferometers Revisited, Tom Greenslade

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Where Is the Center of Mass of Florida?, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2006

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An Inexpensive Optical Absorption Experiment, Tom Greenslade

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An Old Favorite: The Noncircular “Wheel”, Tom Greenslade

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A Quick Thermoelectricity Demonstration, Tom Greenslade

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The von Nardroff Color Mixing Apparatus, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2005

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Modern Electronics for the General Student, Tom Greenslade

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Photocopied Beats, Tom Greenslade

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The Potentiometer, Tom Greenslade

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Wheatstone's Bridge, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2004

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Hold on to Your Heritage, Tom Greenslade

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The Foley Acoustic Wave Front Slides, Tom Greenslade

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The Siren, Tom Greenslade

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Wire Diffraction Gratings, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2003

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Devices to Illustrate Lissajous Figures, Tom Greenslade

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Duff's Acceleration Apparatus, Tom Greenslade

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The Hydraulic Analogy for Electric Current, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2002

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A Nomograph for Resistors in Parallel, Tom Greenslade

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Foot Beats, Tom Greenslade

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Nineteenth‐Century Measurements of the Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Tom Greenslade

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Simulated secular equilibrium, Tom Greenslade

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The Force Table; Historical Variants, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2001

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A modification of Young’s Harmonic Sliders, Tom Greenslade

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Fourteen things you can do with a stick, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 2000

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A quick experiment on reflection from concave mirrors, Tom Greenslade

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Diffraction by a cat’s whisker, Tom Greenslade

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Relativistic metersticks, Tom Greenslade

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The Physical Tourist¶Scientific Travels in the Irish Countryside, Tom Greenslade

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Ultrasonic interferometers, Tom Greenslade

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Waves in the movies, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 1999

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Examination Questions Based on Historical Apparatus, Tom Greenslade

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Physics textbook illustrations, Tom Greenslade

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Standing microwaves on the overhead projector, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 1998

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The double-elliptic harmonograph, Tom Greenslade

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The Rosse telescope, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 1997

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Adding eyes to your computer, Tom Greenslade

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A small air table, Tom Greenslade

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Galvanometers, Tom Greenslade

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Quick measurement of wavelength of laser light, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 1996

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Devices to display electromagnetic rotation, Tom Greenslade

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Experiments with Helmholtz resonators, Tom Greenslade

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Output resistance, Tom Greenslade

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Packard’s Apparatus, Tom Greenslade

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Trowbridge’s method of finding the acceleration due to gravity, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 1995

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A physics exam—1876 style, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 1994

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Experiments with ultrasonic transducers, Tom Greenslade

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Pinhole images of the eclipsing Sun, Tom Greenslade

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Reflection coefficients, Tom Greenslade

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The coffee and cream problem, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 1993

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All about Lissajous figures, Tom Greenslade

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Beats produced by a moving tuning fork, Tom Greenslade

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Gyroscopic control of hovercraft, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 1992

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Center of mass demonstrations using ceiling tile, Tom Greenslade

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Laboratory examinations in introductory physics courses, Tom Greenslade

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The acoustical apparatus of Rudolph Koenig, Tom Greenslade

Submissions from 1991

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A new tube for Richardson–Dushman experiments, Tom Greenslade

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Computer modeling of mirage formation, Tom Greenslade

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The EME Boyle’s law and absolute zero apparatus, Tom Greenslade