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Information on the basic structure of atoms, and an overview of our historical understanding of atomic structure.
Description of the notation used for different isotopes and the properties of the nucleus with good links to other sites.
A brief description of how atomic clocks work to keep track of time accurately. From HowStuffWorks.com.
Eugene Wigner received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1963 along with J. Hans D. Jensen and Maria Goeppert Mayer for their theory of the atomic nuclei and the elementary particles. They are based on ...
Maria Goeppert Mayer (1906 - 1971) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1963 along with Eugene Wigner and J. Hans D. Jensen for their theory of the atomic nuclei and the elementary particles. They ...
short video explaining subatomic particles, elements and compounds. It shows how the atom is composed of sub-atomic particles such as electrons, protons and neutrons and how protons and neutrons are ...
Max Born (1881 - 1970) work, for which he received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1954 with Walther Bothe, improved the laws describing the movement of electrons around the nucleus in the centre of ...
A great short article on how atomic clocks work from NPL
Robert Hofstadter (1915 - 1990) developed a new experimental method for the investigation of the inner structure of atomic nuclei. His method was to bombard the atomic nuclei with electrons of very ...
A collection of pages from Cornell University concerning atomic and solid state physics.
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