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This is a very simple model of a gas. Here, a single atom bounces elastically in a one-dimensional cavity. It will continue to bounce at the same speed forever if the piston does not move.
A short page dealing with the atomic explanation of lasers. Although brief and lacking detail there is a good little applet which shows what happens when an excited atom is struck by a photon.
This site demonstrates Bohr model of the hydrogen atom.
A brief description of how Atom Smashers -or particle colliders - like the LHC work. From HowStuffWorks.com.
An introduction to antimatter, how it is made, how it can be trapped, and the truth about antimatter bombs. Part of a wider site by CERN explaining the science behind Dan Brown's Angels and Demons.
Article from the times on how this new material could protect your home against bomb blasts, mop up oil spillages and even help man to fly to Mars.
This site provides information on nuclear weapons and war. Contains some biographies of scientists, photographs of bomb blasts and victims, also some audio clips.
Very comprehensive and fascinating site covering the history and science of the atomic bomb with biographies, videos and animations of nuclear physics.
A set of sources for information on the Manhattan Project. Biographies of scientists, photographs of bomb blasts and victims, and audio clips.
Comprehensive biography of Andrei Sakharov (1911 - 1989) focusing on his work on the hydrogen bomb for the Soviet Union.
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