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This nuclear primer explains what meltdown means, and how the situation at Fukushima compares with past nuclear accidents.
Site contains arguments for and against Nuclear Power from an American and international perspective.
A set of introductory physics textbooks that can be downloaded free covering Newtonian Physics, Conservation Laws, Vibrations and Waves, Optics, Electricity and Magnetism, Modern physics and general ...
Tons of free high school physics resources such as web tutorials for entire physics curricula, hundreds of tutorial videos, physics projects, student forums and blogs, interactive quizzes, ...
Physics Central offers news, games, blogs, podcasts, videos, experiments to try at home and information on all different areas of physics. Don't miss it!
For his discovery of the method of coincidence and the discoveries subsequently made by it, which laid the foundations of nuclear spectroscopy, Bothe was awarded, jointly with Max Born, the Nobel ...
Physics 2000 is an interactive journey answering 'what is physics'. This site covers a wide range of topics as well as explaining scientific terminology and theories in a simple way.
Interactive physics tutorials using applets to explain the background for fusion energy research and plasma physics, plus performing virtual tokamak experiments.
An article exploring the realm of shock physics and the Imperial College department looking at this extreme area of physics.
1959 Nobel laureate Emilio Segre (1905 - 1989) was mainly interested in atomic and nuclear physics.
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