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This article is a basic introduction to concepts and applications of magnetism. The article highlights the history of discoveries in magnetism, and it includes many pictures of…
  
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Publisher: University of Wisconsin-Madison
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This article from the University of Wisconsin is part of a series on nano topics devoted to ferrofluids. The article describes what ferrofluids are and discusses how they are…
  
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Publisher: Radboud University Nijmegen
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This site from Radboud University Nijmegen in the Netherlands discusses research in magnetic levitation. It mentions three types of magnetic levitation and contains accompanying…
  
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Publisher: Exploratorium
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This Exploratorium activity shows how to simulate the effect of x-rays. The page includes simple instructions and pictures of the setup and results.
  
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J. Bonnell and R. Nemiroff
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This Astronomy Picture of the Day shows the moon in x-ray light. The image was taken by the ROSAT Observatory in 1990. The explanation below the picture includes links to more…
  
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Publisher: Time Inc.
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This article from TIME features Nick Veasey, an x-ray photographer who combines art and science through his photographs. The short article explains how Veasey started his work and…
  
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Publisher: American Institute of Physics
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This article from the American Institute of Physics reports on research at Rutgers regarding the separation of two sets of differently charged sand grains. The two kinds of sand are…
  
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J. Toon
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This press release reports the efforts of the National Electric Energy Testing Research and Applications Center (NEETRAC). NEETRAC researchers generate artificial lightning to…
Blackbody Radiation Spectrum Model  [ Computer Program ]
  
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F. Hwang; Editors: L. Wee and W. Christian
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With this simulation you can investigate how the spectrum of a black body (like the sun) depends upon temperature and wavelength. A slider control let you smoothly vary the…
  
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Publisher: Massachusetts Institute of Technology
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This video from MIT demonstrates the effect of a Faraday cage in an electric field. A Benjamin Franklin figure is first shown exposed to the electric field before he is covered with…
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