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Pocket Physics is an easy-to-use, free app that covers most of physical formulas with descriptions and images. It is perfect for students to do physics homework quickly and accurately.
National Institute of Standards and Technology - Physics
Physics research at NIST includes everything from improving the safety of medical radiation procedures to developing future "quantum information" technologies that generate unbreakable codes. NIST provides the measurements, standards, and technical expertise scientists and industries need to push the limits of the fundamental properties of nature.
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MIT OpenCourseWare | Free Online Course Materials
The MIT Physics Department is one of the largest in the nation, in part because it includes astronomy and astrophysics. In addition to courses, supplementary physics resources are also available. Various MIT faculty are openly sharing these resources as a service to OCW users.