**Interactive Quantum Mechanics** - A group of shockwave applets which allow the user to experiment with quantum mechanics effects in a virtual laboratory.
- Classical and Quantum Gravity - An online journal containing new research on quantum gravity, many articles are free to the public.
- CompHEP - A standalone program for calculating cross sections of particle scattering in various QFT models.
- Examples in Quantum Mechanics - Some examples of quantum mechanics and the Mathematica code that generated them.
- High Energy Theory Preprint Server - A collection of research papers on high energy particle physics, and on quantum field theories.
- How Stuff Works: Teleportation - A fascinating look at a future technology and how it could be used to beam you from one place to another at the speed of light.
- International Journal of Modern Physics A - Started in 1986, IJMPA has gained international journal consisting of reviews and original papers covering the latest research developments in particles physics, field theory, gravitation and cosmology.
- Knocking on the Devil's Door - A simple introduction to quantum mechanics in the form of a 38 page PDF text book.
- Kronig Penney Applet - Java implementation of a Kronig Penney one-dimensional model's solver. Includes exercises on the subject.
- Pictures of the Hydrogen Atom - 3D visualization of the orbitals and transitions of the hydrogen atom.
- Quantum Physics Preprint Server - A collection of research papers on quantum mechanics
- Visual Quantum Mechanics - Includes a collection of QuickTime movies showing solutions of the SchrÃ¶dinger and Dirac equation and the homepage of the book Visual Quantum Mechanics by Bernd Thaller.
- Visual Quantum Mechanics - Instructional units that introduce quantum physics to high school and college students who do not have a background in modern physics or higher level math using interactive computer programs and digital multimedia in an activity based environment

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