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A well described page explaining electron interference. There is a very good multimedia example of this effect - showing the interference pattern produced by firing electrons through two slits.
An illustrated history of J.J.Thomson's discovery of the electron. There is a brief story of Thomson's life, some further developments and links to other web sites and relevant reading.
A convenient energy unit, particularly for atomic and nuclear processes, is the energy given to an electron by accelerating it through 1 volt of electric potential difference.
The same principle that makes fibre optic cables work and that all modern communication rely on, was first demonstrated in 1842.
A site for children explaining how the scanning electron microscope works, and showing some images of objects.
An undergraduate level tutorial on electron diffraction.
Transcript of the second edition of this book by I.R.Dagg
A tutorial on Fibre Optics from the Corning Company.
Animation showing ray diagrams using a converging lens or mirror.
This java applet show you how to use the law of reflection (for optics) in playing pool.
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