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Relative scale models of an atom, descriptions of size and density of the nucleus and the strong force, with good links to other sites
Victor F. Weisskopf (1908 - ) is widely know for his theoretical work in quantum electrodynamics, the structure of the atomic nucleus, and elementary particle physics.
Very accurate clocks can be constructed by locking an electronic oscillator to the frequency of an atomic transition.
Very comprehensive and fascinating site covering the history and science of the atomic bomb with biographies, videos and animations of nuclear physics.
Basic page on the theory of how light is made when electrons in specific atomic energy levels move to give photons.
Information on the electromagnetic radiation from the nucleus as a part of a radioactive process.
Brief description of an atomic bomb from Eric Weisstein's World of Physics.
In the modern periodic table, the elements are actually arranged in order of increasing atomic number--that's the number of protons in one atom of a particular element.
A long read about the history of the atomic clocks
Five American experiments that happened between 1950-60s or the atomic age.
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