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Atomic Physics

This site gives an overview of the physics of the atom through a series of links to relevant articles.

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The structure of an atom

A simple page on atomic structure. Aimed at GCSE level, but suitable for anyone.

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Pion

Description of a pion, the lightest of the meson sub-atomic particles

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The Discovery Of Radioactivity

100 years ago, a group of scientists unknowingly ushered in the Atomic Age. Their work initiated paths of research which changed our understanding of the building blocks of matter.

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Atomic Lab Applets

Applets demonstrating Interference Experiments and Bose-Einstein-Condensation from the physics 2000 website

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How Atoms Work

A great explanation of atoms, including the development of atomic theory and the structure of the atom. From HowStuffWorks.com.

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Bohr's Atom

Part of the Physics2000 site. These pages also include information on Energy Levels in the atom and atomic spectra.

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Nobel honours sub-atomic world

BBC new article on the 2004 Physics Nobel Prize, which rewarded the founders of quantum chromodynamics,

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Nuclear Wallet Cards

A booklet presenting selected properties (atomic number, spin, parity, half life, decay mode) of all known nucleides and their known isomeric states

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Powers of ten

An amazing optics demonstration, showing views from an astronomic scale down to a sub-atomic view, where the scale factor alters by a power of ten each time.

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