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A blog all about bizarre fermi estimations e.g. how many characters you would type if you fell asleep on your keyboard or how many people it would take to hold back a whale
A great short article on how atomic clocks work from NPL
Robert Hofstadter (1915 - 1990) developed a new experimental method for the investigation of the inner structure of atomic nuclei. His method was to bombard the atomic nuclei with electrons of very ...
A collection of pages from Cornell University concerning atomic and solid state physics.
The database contains data for transitions and energy levels in atoms and atomic ions, including transitions of 99 elements and energy levels of 51 elements.
No two electrons in an atom can have identical quantum numbers. This is an example of a general principle which applies not only to electrons but also to other particles of half-integer spin ...
Simulation of an object being dropped, with speed and time taken to fall from different heights. Velocity and gravity can be varied. Negative numbers for height put the object upwards.
Atoms of the same element can have different numbers of neutrons; the different possible versions of each element are called isotopes.
Wolfgang Pauli (1900 - 1958) is best known for the Pauli exclusion principle, proposed in 1918, which states that no two electrons in an atom can have the same four quantum numbers. He was awarded ...
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