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A range of very good information on various radiation risks such as mobiles and power lines.
Applet displays the different sequences of lines that make up the hydrogen spectrum.
Introduction to magnetism, covering the magnetosphere, magnetic field lines and electromagnetic waves.
This site gives a practical demonstration on how to find the e-field
A simple page that concentrates on emission spectra. There is a small selection of images of spectra for student to view.
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.
Java Applet showing two-source interference, with lines of constructive and destructive interference drawn
Explanation, with diagrams, of the Zeeman Effect which relates to atomic energy levels and spectral lines.
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.
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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