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Robert Millikan

Robert Millikan (1868 - 1953) received the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1913 for his work on the elementary charge of electricity and on the photoelectric effect.

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Elementary Einstein: Gravitational waves

The basics of gravitational waves explained in simple terms.

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Hands-On Science

Written by teachers, for teachers, shows how to build hands-on science exhibits for the classroom. This magazine features articles by elementary, middle, and high school teachers that tell how they ...

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Supersymmetry to the rescue?

A list of particles and their supersymmetric partners

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Particle Detectors

Short explanations from Fermilab of various methods for detecting particles.

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Hyperphysics - Isospin

Explanation of conservation of isopin in groups of particles with nearly the same mass.

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Atoms, Nuclei, Particles, & Other Small Things

This site gives an overview of atomic and subatomic physics.

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Solar Wind

Explanation of this phenomenon, the flux of charged particles from the sun, and links to related areas.

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How an accelerator works

Read how the accelerators at CERN get particles travelling close to the speed of light.

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What is a Neutrino?

This site explains in a colourful way the discovery of neutrinos. They are one of the fundamental particles which make up the universe. They are also one of the least understood.

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