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Simple exploration of the relativistic energy equation. Part of a larger site which includes many definitions and links.
The muon is a lepton which decays to form an electron or positron.
Info on the positron - the antiparticle of the electron.
Kai M. Siegbahn (1918 - ) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1981 for his contribution to the development of high-resolution electron spectroscopy.
Exhibition site to mark 100 years since the discovery of the electron. Overview of experiments. Details of J J Thomson, images, sound files. Attractive, informative, highly recommended!
A useful animation to demonstrate the free electron model of current flow, showing electrical resistance in the copper wire of a lightbulb.
Article from Physics World with links to other information - Spintronic devices, which harness the spin of the electron as well as its charge, could be a step closer following recent experiments on ...
A simple site that contains an online alternative to plotting compass' or iron filings. The applet is very effective at showing both the direction of the force on an electron and its magnitude.
In 1913, about ten years after Bohr published his results, Louis de Broglie came up with a fascinating idea to explain some of the assumptions in the Bohr Model of the atom such as why should an ...
James Franck (1881 - 1964) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1925 along with Gustav Hertz for their discovery of the laws governing the impact of an electron upon an atom.
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