Monthly Archives: November 2012

Lens power

A colleague is out of town so I’m covering a couple class periods of general physics 2 these days. I’m tasked with going over thin lenses, a topic I really like. What I wanted to do was flesh out an … Continue reading

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physics talent show

This week will mark what I think is the 10th anniversary of the Hamline University Physics Talent Show. This is held after our Malmstrom Speaker dinner where we host a big name physics researcher who gives a public talk the … Continue reading

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