Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2003 16:13:25 -0500
Author: "Matt Lowry"
Subject: RE: Awesome EM induction demo!
I purchased a 10" diam by 1" thick piece of O2-free copper from Southern
Copper and Supply for $190
Check them out:
>>> firstname.lastname@example.org 9/26/2003 2:14:32 PM >>>
Does anyone know where to purchase 6"x6"x2" copper plate?
I've tried several suppliers to no avail.
Alaska Copper said that they could cut a piece from a copper bar, but
it'd cost $300.
From email@example.com Fri Sep 26 15:04:41 2003
From: "Tom Gill"
Subject: Re: Maxwell's Demon applet
Date: Fri, 26 Sep 2003 17:48:19 -0400
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Click on the "Toybox" link at the site below for an assortment of applets
that includes Maxwell's Demon. The demon can be configured to be perfect or
lazy (or none). The density is also adjustable.
Another one is at
but it's pretty bland.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Gerald Zani"
Sent: Friday, September 26, 2003 10:33 AM
Subject: Maxwell's Demon applet
> There is a popular physics applet about Maxwell's Demon that requires you
> to click and open the door that I am NOT interested in using. For example
> I am NOT interested in these links:
> But I would like to find another physics applet of Maxwell's Demon where
> one is not required to try to click and open the door.
> Can anyone help?
> Gerald Zani e-mail: Gerald_Zani@brown.edu
> Manager of Demonstrations phone: (401) 863-3964
> Department of Physics FAX: (401) 863-2024
> Brown University Providence, RI 02912-1843 USA
> URL http://www.physics.brown.edu/users/staff/zani/index.html
> URL http://www.physics.brown.edu/Studies/Demo/
> Do a little more of that work which you have confessed to be good,
> Which you feel that society and your most Just Judge rightly demand of
> Cultivate the tree which you have found to bear fruit in your soil.
> If you have any experiments you would like to try, try them.
> Now's your chance.
> Henry David Thoreau, Journal entry, 1850.
From firstname.lastname@example.org Fri Sep 26 16:17:13 2003