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Rayleigh Criterion

Detailed explanation of the Raleigh criterion with equations for linear slit and circular aperture.

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Relativistic Energy

The famous Einstein relationship for energy. Definition, equations and links to related information.

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Photon Absorption

Explanation of the absorption of photons in an hydrogen atom and its energy levels. Use of the Bohr and Rydberg equations.

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Hyperphysics

An excellent reference site allowing you to explore different areas of physics or simply look up pretty much any definition or equation you're after.

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Gravity

A basic explanation of gravity with some of the important equations.

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Energy from Matter

A nice slideshow covering the history and ideas of fission and fusion, including decay chains and the E=MC2 equation.

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Cyclotron

Equations, graph and simulation of a cyclotron.

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Ohms Law

A tutorial page just about the equations from Ohms law.

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The Frequency and Wavelength of Light

How and why photons are emitted from an atom by electrons changing energy level and incorporates the wave equation and Planck's constant.

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Nuclear Energy, Fission and Fusion

This is a good short introduction to the topic and includes a link to listen to Einstein talking about his famous equation E=MC2

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