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Tchernov
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Website http://www.infoline.ru/g23/5495/ offers physics animations with theoretical explanations.
There are also www board, useful links, new free samples and educational programs for download,
components and experimental setups for educational and R&D laboratories.
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"Tchernov" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected] ru>...
[q1]> Website http://www.infoline.ru/g23/5495/ offers physics animations with theoretical explanations.[/q1]
[q1]> There are also www board, useful links, new free samples and educational programs for download,[/q1]
[q1]> components and experimental setups for educational and R&D laboratories.[/q1]

Had a quick look, seems very nice, I'll pass the url on to the science department - got any
for maths?

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Jeff
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Superb. Perfect for Physics teachers using PowerPoint. Now how about chemistry & mathematics sites
for animations?

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[q1]> Website http://www.infoline.ru/g23/5495/ offers physics animations with theoretical explanations.[/q1]
[q1]> There are also www board, useful links, new free samples and educational programs for download,[/q1]
[q1]> components and experimental setups for educational and R&D laboratories.[/q1]
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