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This applet allows users to simulate standard optic elements (lens, mirror, dielectrics, sources, apertures) and observe the ways that light rays propagate through these elements.
The database contains data for transitions and energy levels in atoms and atomic ions, including transitions of 99 elements and energy levels of 51 elements.
An interactive periodic table of the elements
Fuse your way to iron. Be careful, there's one element you should avoid!
Kamerlingh Onnes worked for many years to liquify the element which persisted as a gas to the lowest temperature.
A small web site devoted to the vanishing art of practical magnet design without FEA (Finite Element Analysis).
For a given circuit element, the admittance is just the reciprocal of the impedance.
Until 1985, the chemical element Carbon was only known to exist in two forms - diamond and graphite. This changed when physicists discovered an entirely new form of carbon - the fullerene molecule.
A short video explaining how the elements that make up everything were created inside giant stars and what nuclear pasta is.
A clickable periodic table that gives detailed element information on the history of its discovery, sources, as well as its compounds, isotopes and uses.
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