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A site of useful links focusing on nuclear computing, nuclear engineering, fusion, reactors, weapons and waste issues.
A British chemist who studied under Rutherford and brilliantly developed the application of X-ray spectra to study atomic structure; his discoveries resulted in a more accurate positioning of ...
In 1869, a Russian chemist named Dmitri Mendeleev came up with a way of organizing the elements that were known at the time. He set them out in order of atomic weight, and then grouped them into rows ...
How do you measure time? A guided tour of the history of the measurement of time from ancient calendars and sun dials to modern day atomic clocks.
1959 Nobel laureate Emilio Segre (1905 - 1989) was mainly interested in atomic and nuclear physics.
Very brief description of hydrogen bomb from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics, with links to info on atomic bombs.
Information about E=hf and discussion about the energy required by photons to promote electrons to higher levels.
Explanation, with diagrams, of the Zeeman Effect which relates to atomic energy levels and spectral lines.
Bragg's Law and diffraction - how waves reveal the atomic structure of crystals. Includes an applet, detailed notes and many diagrams and graphs.
A page explaining Schroedinger's model of atomic structure, with nice graphics showing the wave nature of electrons around the atom.
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