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Niels Henrik David Bohr (1885 - 1961) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922nfor his investigations into the structure of the atom and the radiation emanating from them.
A description of some of the important developments in understanding the atom an its constituents. Some parts of the site are very mathematical and go beyond college level physics.
Advances in imaging has helped scientists see the atomic structure of glass as they suggest theories why glass is a solid but has a structure of a liquid.
Little Atoms is a talk show based around ideas of the Enlightenment, frequently discussing science and physics.
This is a fun JAVA site simulating physics with virtual atoms.
This is a very simple model of a gas. Here, a single atom bounces elastically in a one-dimensional cavity. It will continue to bounce at the same speed forever if the piston does not move.
Series of pages that takes the reader on a detailed journey through the discovery and structure of DNA.
A short page dealing with the atomic explanation of lasers. Although brief and lacking detail there is a good little applet which shows what happens when an excited atom is struck by a photon.
Niels Henrik David Bohr (1885 - 1961) was the first to apply the quantum theory to the problem of atomic and molecular structure. For this work he received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1911. He ...
This site demonstrates Bohr model of the hydrogen atom.
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