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Very brief description of hydrogen bomb from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics, with links to info on atomic bombs.
A brief description of how Nuclear Bombs work from Marshall Brain's HowStuffWorks.com. The pages cover the principles of fission and fusion bombs.
A great explanation of atoms, including the development of atomic theory and the structure of the atom. From HowStuffWorks.com.
Well presented site which considers Phases of Matter, Spectroscope of an Atom, Paper Cutting and Mighty Molecules.
Basic information about atoms and their structure, attractively presented and including some 'fun facts' about atoms.
A newspaper article explaining the use of the first High Powered Microwave bomb designed to damage equipment while leaving personnel unharmed.
Many of the ideas of quantum mechanics which went into the model of the hydrogen atom can also be used to understand helium, oxygen, copper and iron - in fact all of the elements.
Brief description of an atomic bomb from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics.
With the Atoms Family learn about electricity, light, matter, waves, atoms, energy with fun activities and animations.
Pick your nuclear weapon of choice, drop a virtual nuclear bomb on your area and see its impact on the surrounding area. Ouch.
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