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The Discovery and Research on the Atom

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.

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Atom-Light interactions and lasers

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.

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CERN ideas: The Standard Model

An introduction to the standard model of particle physics - our current understanding of the nature of matter.

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Where does the Standard Model of physics come from?

An in-depth article looking at how the the standard model organises the symmetries observed with matter and looks at a few of the unanswered questions still left.

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Molecular Model for an Ideal Gas

This java applet shows a microscopic model for an ideal gas and allows you to see the effects of changing the variables such as pressure, volume and the number of particles.

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The Ising Model applet

The Ising model can be explored to observe the magnetic spins at different temperatures

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How Atom Smashers Work

A brief description of how Atom Smashers -or particle colliders - like the LHC work. From HowStuffWorks.com.

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Bonini's Paradox proves that you can't make a useful AND accurate model

Why it's hard to make a model that's accurate and useful.

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Ben Roy Mottelson

Ben Roy Mottelson (1916 - ) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1975 along with Aage Niels Bohr and Leo James Rainwater

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Is the Standard Model as Good as it Gets?

Do we have any better than the standard model?

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