Miller Single Concept Films in Physics

Franklin Miller

The video clips on this page have been digitized from the DVD available from Ztek, Co.(www.ztek.com) and are used with permission. The following description is taken from the cover of the DVD case: "The videos in this collection are transcribed from the film series produced by Franklin Miller, Jr., Kenyon College at the Ohio State University under a grant from the National Science Foundation. These are copies from the original negatives that were made in 1962-1963. The transfers to videotape and videodisc were made in 1993 under the supervision of Professor Miller, with the expectation that many of them would prove to be still useful in teaching elementary physics at various levels...The films were originally designed to be silent, to encourage use of the same footage in classrooms at various levels, at the teacher's choice. A sound track has been added with the narration being written by Professor Miller. The use of the recorded narration is optional."

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1. Tacoma Narrows Bridge Collapse
2. Inertial Forces - Translational Acceleration
3. Inertial Forces - Centripetal Acceleration
4. The Wilberforce Pendulum
5. Measurement of "G"
6. Coupled Oscillators - Equal Masses
7. Coupled Oscillators - Unequal Masses
8. Nonrecurrent Wavefronts
9. Diffraction - Single Slit
10. Diffraction - Double Slit
11. Resolving Power
12. Michelson Interferometer
13. Temperature Waves
14. Critical Temperature
15. Ferromagnetic Domain Wall Motion
16. Paramagnetism of Liquid Oxygen
17. Absorption Spectra
18. Radioactive Decay
19. Scintillation Spectrometry