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This site provides information on nuclear weapons and war. Contains some biographies of scientists, photographs of bomb blasts and victims, also some audio clips.
Shows magnetic field patterns for wire, single turn coil and solenoid.
A site of useful links focusing on nuclear computing, nuclear engineering, fusion, reactors, weapons and waste issues.
The control-room operators of the Karnobyl nuclear power plant are telecommuting and are running the plant through the Web. Can you control the power station? This is a good program showing how a ...
An excellent interactive site that lets you explore both sides of the nuclear debate in an entertaining way.
A look at the companies vying to be the first to create commercially viable power from nuclear fusion.
Introductory page linking to many different parts of the hyperphysics site, each dealing with an aspect of nuclear or particle physics
Description of nuclear fission with details of uranium, other isotopes and the history, good links to other sites.
Beer was tested to see whether it would be safe to drink after experiencing radiation from a nuclear blast.
Often associated with nuclear power is a strange blue glow. Find out what causes this Cherenkov radiation.
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