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A range of very good information on various radiation risks such as mobiles and power lines.

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Spectrum Physlet

Applet displays the different sequences of lines that make up the hydrogen spectrum.

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Introduction to magnetism, covering the magnetosphere, magnetic field lines and electromagnetic waves.

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Field Lines

This site gives a practical demonstration on how to find the e-field

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Spectral Lines

A simple page that concentrates on emission spectra. There is a small selection of images of spectra for student to view.

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Lenz's Law

A moveable diagram including current flow and magnetic field lines that shows how the movement of a bar magnet influences the induced current in a stationary conductor.

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Interference of two Circular or Spherical Waves

Java Applet showing two-source interference, with lines of constructive and destructive interference drawn

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The Zeeman Effect

Explanation, with diagrams, of the Zeeman Effect which relates to atomic energy levels and spectral lines.

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Biological Effects of Low-Level, Electromagnetic Fields

Statements from the Institution of Engineering and Technology on the possible health effects of EM fields and radiation from power lines, mobile phones and their associated base stations.

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Biography of Johannes Stark

Johannes Stark (1874 - 1957) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1919 for his discovery of the Doppler effect in canal rays and of the splitting of spectral lines in electric fields.

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