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A short TED-Ed video about the electromagnetic spectrum including the wavelengths that you can and can't see.
An interactive ray diagram on which you can alter the colour of the object and the texture of the surface from which a spectrum of light is reflected.
Fraunhofer's observation of spectral lines was a complete accident. Find out more about the absorption spectrum here.
A profile of Joseph von Fraunhofer who worked on the spectrum from the sun and laid the foundations for astrophysics.
Description of beta decay with energy spectrum and discussion of positron, with good links to other sites.
Includes a number of games about light and colour - reflection, spectrum, speed of light, optical illusions and refraction. Teachers notes available.
A series of summaries on uses of waves for the UK GCSE level. Covers topics such as sound waves and electromagnetic spectrum.
This is a useful site for GCSE pupils to revise a wide range of topics, including energy, Diffusion, Electricity, Ohm's Law, Power, Decibel Watts, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Sine Waves, Hooke's ...
A commercial site which aims to provide a broad spectrum of educational Internet services to teachers, students, parents, librarians and school administrators in the educational and public library ...
Inofrmation on infrared (IR), a broad range of frequencies, beginning at the top end of those frequencies used for communication and extending up the the low frequency (red) end of the visible ...
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